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Misr Steamer Nile cruise originally constructed in Preston by the royal Navy in 1918. In fact, Misr Steamer Nile cruise implemented for the first time as Stevenson Link reversing system. The cruise was for a vertical steam engine. S/S Misr Steamer Nile cruise purchased and later converted into a luxurious Nile steamer. It was for King Farouk. Recorded as venue for the king’s birthday. The name of that Nile Steamer ship “Misr” means “Egypt”. The Nile river cruise ship offers 3 night Nile cruise tour from Aswan and 4 nights from Luxor. It also offers 7 night Nile cruise tour from Aswan and Luxor as well.

Cruise FacilitiesFacilities & Services
  • Safety deposit box.
  • Elegant restaurant seating 50 guests.
  • Large and luxurious lounge.
  • Piano lounge.
  • Gift shop.
  • Swimming pool.
  • Sun deck with recreation area and bar.
  • In-house music.
  • Fire detection and alarm system.
  • Water purification system.
  • Sprinkler system.
  • Sailing camera.
Cabin Facilities
  • Large panoramic balcony.
  • Air conditioning with control.
  • Private bathroom.
  • Shower and bathtub.
  • Hairdryer.
  • Color T.V and LCD.
  • Satellite channels.
  • Internal Phone.
  • Mini bar.
  • 02 life jackets.
tour ItineraryItinerary
3 nights Nile cruise

Day 1: Aswan

Upon arrival Aswan airport, there will be a meeting and assist by our representative. And then, there will be also a transfer to Nile Cruise by private coach. In fact, the embarkation on the cruise will be before the lunch. And then, you will get the lunch on Nile Cruise board. The time will be at leisure till afternoon. And then, we will sail by traditional Nile boat on the Nile river. In fact, the sailing will be along the shores of Elephantine Island and Aga Khan Mausoleum. And then, you will be back to Nile Cruise for afternoon tea and coffee. In fact, the dinner and overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 02: Aswan - Kom Ombo - Edfu

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. Today, we will visit Aswan High Dam which built in 1960. In fact, the dam contains 18 times the material which used in the Great Pyramid of Giza. Moreover, the dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 363 feet tall. And then, we will proceed to visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The obelisk made of the red granite which used for the ancient temples and colossi. In fact, the granite brought from quarries in the Aswan area. The obelisk weighs more or less than 2.3 million pound. And then, we will visit the beautiful Philae temple. In fact, the temple risen from the water of the Nile River.

And then, we will be back to the cruise for taking the lunch on board while sailing to Kom Ombo. Once we arrive,  we will visit the Ptolemaic temple of Sobek and Haroeries. And then, we will return back to Nile Cruise. Relax on the sun deck and watch primitive villages on the banks of the river glide. The tea and coffee served in the early evening on the cruise board. While sailing to Edfu, we will enjoy a sumptuous oriental dinner on the cruise board. In fact, the dinner includes dance all night away. Moreover, the dinner also includes Egyptian folklore Party. The overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 03: Edfu - Luxor

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. This morning, we will visit the beautiful preserved Edfu temple. The temple also known as Horus temple, the Falcon God. In fact, the temple built in 237 BC during the reigns of six Ptolemy’s. Moreover, the temple indeed is the best temple which preserved in Ancient Egypt. Furthermore, the temple is the second largest after Karnak temple. In fact, Horus temple built from sandstone blocks. The huge Ptolemaic temple constructed over the site of a smaller earlier temple. In fact, Horus temple oriented east to west towards the Nile river.

The later structure of the temple faces north to south. It leaves the ruined remains of the older temple pylon to see on the east side of the first court. In fact, little known about the first Horus temple. An inscription shows that New Kingdom rulers Seti I, Ramses II and III did building work there. And then, we will return back tho the cruise for taking the lunch on the cruise board. Nile Cruise will sail to Luxor in this day. While sailing, you will get the tea and coffee on the cruise board in the early evening. The dinner and overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 04: Luxor - Disembarkation

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will disembark from the cruise. Today, we will we cross to the west bank of the Nile to visit the Colossi of Memnon. They are two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. In fact, they stood in the Theban necropolis for the past 3400 years since 1350 BC. It was across the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor. And then, we will go to the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens. In the valley of the queens, we will visit Hatshepsut temple. The temple located beneath the cliffs at on the west bank of the Nile. It is near the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.

The mortuary temple dedicated to the sun god Amon-Ra. The lunch will be at local restaurant on your own. And then, we will visit the awe inspiring Luxor temple. In fact, the temple founded in 1400 BC and built with sandstone block from an area in Aswan. The area located in south-western Egypt. And then, we will continue to visit Karnak temple. The temple houses a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons and other buildings. Moreover, the building at the complex began in the reign of Sesostris I in the Middle Kingdom. And then, there will be a transfer to Luxor airport to catch your flight.

4 nights Nile cruise

Day 1: Luxor

Upon arrival Luxor, our representative will meet and assist you. And then, there will be a transfer to Nile Cruise. In fact, the embarkation on the Nile cruise board will be before the lunch. And then, you will take the lunch meal on Nile Cruise board. Today, we will start the tour program by visiting Luxor temple. The temple founded in 1400 BC and built from sandstone blocks. In fact, these sandstone blocks brought from the south western of Egypt. And then, we will visit Karnak temple which features a vast mix of decayed temples and chapels. Moreover, the temple also features pylons and other buildings. And then, we will be back to Nile Cruise. The dinner and overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 02: Luxor - Edfu

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will cross to the west bank of the Nile to visit the Colossi of Memnon. In fact, the colossi are two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. The statues stood for the past 3400 years in this necropolis. Moreover, they are across the Nile River from the modern city of Luxor. And then, will go to the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens. There, we will visit Hatshepsut temple. In fact, the temple located under the cliffs on the west bank of the Nile.

Moreover, the temple is near to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. And then, we will return back to Nile Cruise. In fact, you will take the lunch meal on the cruise board while sailing to sailing to Edfu. The dinner and the overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 03: Edfu - Kom Ombo - Aswan

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will visit the beautiful preserved Horus temple. In fact, it indeed the best preserved of all Egyptian temples which built by the Ptolemy’s. And then, we will be back to get the lunch on Nile Cruise board. In fact, you will take your lunch while sailing to Kom Ombo. Over there, we will visit the temple of Sobek the crocodile god which situated on the riverbank. And then, we will be back to Nile Cruise and will sail to Aswan. We will enjoy an oriental dinner and dance all night away on the Nile river cruise board. The overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 04: Aswan

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise. And then, we will visit Aswan High Dam. In fact, the dam is an embankment dam which situated across the Nile River in Aswan. And then, we will visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The obelisk located in the northern region of the stone quarries of ancient Egypt in Aswan. And then, we will be back to the Nile cruise for taking the lunch meal. In fact, the lunch will be also on Nile Cruise board. PM, we will sail on the Nile by traditional Nile boat along the shores of Elephantine Island. In fact, we will visit Philae temple there. The temple located at Philae Island which was a rocky island in the middle of the Nile river.

The island called in Hieroglyphic “Apo” which means Ivory. Moreover, the island also known by the Greek “Elephantine”. In fact, the island was an important center of trade, especially for ivory. The Ancient Egyptians built a beautiful and magnificent temple on this island. In fact, the Ancient Egyptian built this temple for Goddess Isis. Yet, the temple became submerged after the first dam which built in 1906. And then we will be back to the Nile cruise board. The dinner and the overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 05: Aswan - Disembarkation

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will disembark from the Nile cruise.  In fact, after the disembarkation, there will be a transfer to Aswan airport to catch your flight back.

7 nights cruise itinerary Ex Luxor

Day 1: Luxor

Upon arrival Luxor airport there will be a meeting and an assist by our representative. And then, there will be a transfer to Nile Cruise by private coach. In fact, the embarkation on Nile Cruise will be before the lunch. The lunch, dinner and the overnight will be also on the Nile river cruise board.

Day 02: Luxor - Esna - Kom Ombo - Aswan

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, the Nile cruise ship will sail to Esna to visit Esna temple. In fact, the temple dedicated to the ram headed God Khnum, the God of Creation. Thutmose III laid the foundation of the temple in the 18th Dynasty. The Ptolemaic and Roman Emperors completed the temple from 40-250 AC. In fact, their names recorded all over the temple walls. And then, we will be back to the Nile cruise ship. The lunch will be also on Nile Cruise board. In fact, you will take your lunch on the board while the cruise sails to Kom Ombo.

Over there, we will visit the temple of Sobek. In fact, the temple built by the Ptolemy and located about 28 miles north of Aswan. The temple dates back to Ptolemy’s and built on a high dune which overlooks the Nile river. And then, we will return back to Nile Cruise. The tea and the coffee also served in the early evening on the cruise board. While we sail to Aswan, we will enjoy an amazing oriental dinner. We will also enjoy the dance all night away to the Egyptian folklore party. The overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 03: Aswan

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. Today, we will visit Aswan High Dam which built in 1960. In fact, it contains 18 times the material which used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The Dam is 3215 feet thick at the base, 363 feet tall and 11,811 feet long. And then, we will go ahead to visit the Unfinished Obelisk. The obelisk made of the red granite which used for the ancient temples and colossi. In fact, the granite came from the quarries in Aswan area. Around these quarries, there are many inscriptions. The inscriptions are of which describing successful quarrying projects.

The Unfinished Obelisk located in the Northern Quarry. It still lies where a crack discovered as it felled out from the rock. The obelisk weighs more or less than 2.3 million pound. It is the world largest piece of stone which ever handled. In fact, a crack occurred and let to abandon it. Then, we will visit the fascinating  Philae temple which risen from the water of the Nile river. And then, we will be back to the Nile cruise ship. The lunch will be also on Nile Cruise board. Moreover, there will be tea and coffee which served in the early evening on the cruise board. The dinner and overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 04: Aswan - Edfu

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will sail to Edfu. The lunch will be also on Nile Cruise board. Once we arrive, we will visit the beautiful preserved Edfu temple. The temple known as the temple of Horus, the Falcon God. In fact, the temple built in 237 BC during the reigns of six Ptolemy’s. The temple indeed is the best temple which preserved in Ancient Egypt. Moreover, the temple is the second largest after Karnak temple in Egypt. The huge temple constructed over the site of a smaller earlier temple.

In fact, the later structure of the temple faces north to south. It leaves the ruined remains of the older temple pylon to seen on the east side of the first court. In fact, little known about the first temple of Horus. An inscription shows that the New Kingdom rulers Ramses II and III did building work there. And then, we will be back to the Nile cruise for taking the afternoon tea and coffee. Moreover, the dinner and the overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 05: Edfu - Luxor

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will sail to Luxor. In fact, the lunch will be also on Nile Cruise board. Moreover, there will be tea and the coffee which served in the early evening on the cruise board. The dinner and the overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 06: Luxor

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will start the tour by crossing to the West bank of the Nile river. Over there, we will visit the Valley of the Kings. In fact, the valley features many tombs which chiseled deep into the Cliff side. From the 18th to the 20th dynasty, Memphis area and Pyramid style tombs abandoned. It was in favor of the West bank of the Nile in Thebes. Moreover, several great leaders as well as many less important rulers buried there. In fact, more tombs discovered even today. The most famous is where Howard Carter discovered the treasure of Tutankhamen in 1922.

Continue to the Valley of Queens to visit the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The design of the temple set at the head of the valley and overshadowed by the peak of Thebes. Our last stop will be at Colossi of Memnon. In fact, the site built by Amenhotep III as a mortuary temple. Moreover, the site guarded by two gigantic statues of Amenhotep. And then, we will be back to the Nile cruise. The lunch will be also on Nile Cruise board. And then, we will visit Karnak temple, the largest temple built by a man. Continue to visit Luxor temple which built by two Pharaohs, Amenhotep III and the King Ramses II. The dinner and the overnight will be also on Nile Cruise board.

Day 07: Luxor - Disembarkation

The breakfast will be also on Nile Cruise board before we disembark. And then, there will be a transfer to Luxor airport for catching your flight back.

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