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Nile Cruise Tour from Luxor to Aswan

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Nile Cruise Tour from Luxor to Aswan

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 Nile Cruise Tour from Luxor to Aswan

Enjoy this 5-day deluxe Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan to discover the main historical sights in Upper Egypt. visit the main historical sights in Luxor and Aswan like Valley of the Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon, Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple, High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, Temple of Philae and More!

Included:
  • Meet and greet service by our representatives
  • All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Accommodation for 4 nights on board 5 star deluxe cruise on full board basis
  • All Nile Cruise excursions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees to all sights
  • English speaking guide during your excursions
  • Bottled Water during your tours
  • Transfer from Aswan to Luxor by a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • All service charges and taxes
Excluded:
  • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Tipping
  • Entrance fees
  • Guide gratuity
 

Day 1: Cruise from Luxor

Your tour manager will meet and assist you at Luxor Airport or train station, then you will be taken by an air-conditioned vehicle to board your 5 star deluxe Nile cruise to check in. After lunch on board, enjoy a visit to the impressive Karnak Temples. Dinner and overnight on board Nile cruise.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Day 2:West Bank/ Sail to Edfu

After breakfast on your Nile cruise, take an excursion to the royal cemetery for 62 Pharaohs, Valley of the Kings, then head to mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, which was built by the architects of the New Kingdom Pharaoh Hatshepsut approximately in the 15th century BC. After lunch, you will sail to Edfu enjoying a leisurely dinner on board. Overnight on board Nile Cruise.

Day 3: Edfu / Kom Ombo

After breakfast on Nile Cruise, visit the well-preserved Ptolemaic Temple dedicated to Horus at Edfu. Sail to Kom Ombo to see the unique Temple of Sobek, dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god, and Horus the falcon-headed god. Lunch on board. Continue sailing to Aswan. Dinner and overnight on board you deluxe Nile Cruise.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Aswan Sightseeing

After breakfast on Nile cruise, enjoy a day’s sightseeing in Aswan. Start with the High Dam and the largest known ancient obelisk, located in the northern region of the stone quarries of ancient Egypt, the Unfinished Obelisk, then on to the beautiful Temple of Philae, which is devoted to the two goddesses Isis and Hathor. Dinner and overnight on board deluxe Nile Cruise.

Day 5: Disembarkation

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    • Tour and Prices
      Tour price currency is set to USD but you can pay in Euro or British pound.The prices quoted per person per tour all inclusive and prices are always updated to ensure you receive the lowest price possible. Once your tour is confirmed we guarantee the price will not be changed.
    • Children Policy
      0 – 05.99 Free of Charge
      6 – 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
      12+ pay full tour price as per adult person
      If your tour includes airfare then an extra charge for child rate may apply.
    • Deposit and Payment
      A full payment will be required when confirming your booking as requested and can be paid by credit or debit card (Visa / MasterCard) via Verisign Secured payment system on our website.
    • Tour Voucher
      After your tour is confirmed we will email final confirmation and voucher to print and bring with you. Details will include contact numbers of your tour operator and customer care and additional information for your convenience.
  • Cancellation Policy
    Egypt Local Guide does not charge a cancellation fee for tours and excursions cancelled for ‘force majeure’ reasons such as volcanoes, earthquakes, or reasons beyond control. If cancellation happens due to personal or business reasons and has already incurred costs on your behalf, these costs will be transferred to you.

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It is advisable to have an Egyptian representative to explain the major points  .

– Do not be surprised if, at some point, voices are raised; it is not an argument, but just the way Egyptians discuss matters.

Welcome topics of conversation include Egyptian achievements – both ancient and modern, the positive reputation of Egyptian leaders, Egyptian cotton, sports.

– Try to avoid enquiring about the female members of their family. Do not bring up the Israel topic.

Business meetings and meals

– Regarding dress code, visitors are expected to follow Egyptian discretion standards. Despite the country’s hot temperatures, most of the body must remain covered.Wearing Egyptian traditional clothing may be seen as offensive to the natives. If an Egyptian man gazes intensely at a woman, it generally means that her dress is not “modest” enough.

Punctuality in Egypt is not considered the main priority. Your counterpart might arrive late for a meeting, but make sure that you arrive on time yourself.

Business cards should be printed in English on one side and in Arabic on the other.

– Presents are welcome, but do not forget to give or receive them using your right hand or with both hands – never with the left. Small electronic devices, chocolate and compasses are popular gifts.

– For business meals: stringent Muslims will not touch alcohol or pork. Make sure to have a selection of non-alcoholic drinks available if you invite them for an event.

– Do not “wipe out” your plate. It is polite to leave a small portion of food – it means you have had enough.

– Be careful not to add salt to food, especially in an Egyptian home. It is considered an offence.

Body Language

– Do make eye-contact when meeting with your Egyptian business associates, especially with male colleagues. Looking in someone’s eyes is a sign of honesty and trust.

– Arab men usually walk hand in hand although Western-style Egyptians rarely do this. If an Egyptian holds your hand, accept this as a gesture of friendship.

The left hand is considered unclean in Egypt. Unless you are handling something considered dirty, always use the right hand. Avoid gestures with the left hand.

– Pointing is considered extremely rude.

Do not cross your legs when sitting. Moreover, showing the bottom of your foot is considered offensive.

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