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03 Nights / 04 Days
Nile Cruise Tour From ( Aswan / Abu Simple )

Day 01 :
You Will Embark on board The Nile Cruise ( Your Accommodation On Board Cruise Will Be On Full Board Basis Starting With Lunch & Ending With Breakfast ) then Visit Kalabsha temple with its Pharaonic aspect, remodelled into the Greco-roman style and dedicated to the God Mandoulis & Visit the hemi-speos of Beit El Wali erected by Ramses II in the beginning of his Reign. Also visit the kiosk of Kertassi, Afternoon tea is served in the lounge , Dinner & Overnight on board in the Aswan Harbor.

Day 02 :
Take Your Breakfast On Board Cruise , sail to Wadi El Seboua and cocktail while passing the Tropic of Cancer, Lunch served on board & then visit to Wadi El Seboua temple, dedicated by Ramses II to the two Gods Amon Ra and Ra Harmakis.then Visit The temple of Dakka, dedicated to the God Thot of divine wisdom, lord of times and science, master of literature. Visit the Greco-Roman temple of Meharakka, Return to the ship & then Sail to Amada, Dinner & Overnight on board Cruise.

Day 03 :
Take Your Breakfast On Board Cruise & Then visit to the temple of Amada from the XVIIIth dynasty, built during the reign of Thotmosis III, Amenophis III and Thotmosis IV Also visit the hemi-speos of Derr, dedicated by Ramses II to the rising sun. Finally the tomb of Penout, viceroy of Nubia, Sail to Kasr Ibrim & Visit the citadel of Kasr Ibrim. ( Tour is conducted from the ship's sundeck as entrance to the site is not permitted ), Sailing to Abu Simple, Lunch On Board & then Visit Abu Simple Temples among the most magnificent monuments in the world but their removal and reconstruction was an historic event in itself.

When the temples (280 km from Aswan) were threatened by submersion in Lake Nasser, due to the construction of the High Dam the Egyptian Government secured the support of UNESCO and launched a world wide appeal. During the salvage operation which began in 1964 and continued until 1968, the two temples were dismantled and raised over 60 meters up the sandstone cliff where they had been built more than 3,000 years before. Here they were reassembled, in the exact same relationship to each other and the sun, and covered with an artificial mountain. Most of the joins in the stone have now been filled by antiquity experts, but inside the temples it is still possible to see where the blocks were cut. You can also go inside the man made dome and see an exhibition of photographs showing the different stages of the massive removal project.

Abu Simple was first reported by J. L. Burckhardt in 1813, when he came over the mountain and only saw the facade of the great temple as he was preparing to leave that area via the Nile. The two temples, that of Ramesses II primarily dedicated to Re-Harakhte, and that of his wife, Nefertari dedicated to Hathor, became a must see for Victorians visiting Egypt, even though it required a trip up the Nile, and often they were covered deeply in sand, as they were when Burckhardt found them, Candlelight Dinner on board & Overnight on board Cruise.

Day 04 :
Breakfast on board and for those who wish, the possibility of a second visit to Abu Simbel (entrance ticket is not included). Then Disembarkation From The Cruise.

Program includes:
• 03 Nights On Board Nile CruiseFrom Aswan To Abu Simple Based on full board basis ( Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast ).
• Entrance fees during sightseeing tour During the Nile Cruise Along With Egyptology English speaking guide.
• All taxes & Service charge.

Program excludes:
• Any Personal Expenses.

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