Pyramids Nile Dahabiya Houseboat 5 Days

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4 Nights / 5 Days
Max People : 16
Trip Summary

Explore the beautiful wonders of Ancient Egypt by a traditional Egyptian boat “Pyramids Nile Dahabiya”, escape to the tranquility of relaxing under the sun, visit temples of the Pharaohs and enjoy freshly prepared traditional cuisine. Enjoy the blue sky and green Valleys, lounge on the deck sunbathing, sipping your drink, read your favorite novel, or explore the natural beauty of Egypt as you sail. Sightseeing tours of ancient ruins and temples are included. Highlights include Luxor, Esna, Edfu, Kom Ombo, and Aswan. Mealtimes are another form of entertainment with all that local Egyptian cuisine and wonderful conversation. Having a meal under the stars on the River Nile, its waters gently touching the sides of the boat is an experience not soon forgotten. (Pyramids Nile Dahabiya Houseboat is available to charter at any date)

Departure & Return Location

Your chosen address in Luxor

Departure Time

09:00 AM

Price Includes

  • 4 Nights Accommodation on Nile Dahabiya from Esna to Aswan
  • Meet and Assist upon arrival & Departure
  • Meal Plan as mentioned in the itinerary
  • day tour will be escorted by an expert Egyptologist English speaking Guide
  • Entrance Fees for all mentioned sites
  • a private touring spacious fully air condition vehicle and including all mentioned sites entry fees
  • Tea, Coffee & Soft Drinks

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities (Recommended)
  • Personal Expenses
  • Hard Drinks
  • Entrance fee to other attractions not listed
  • Any Optional Tours


  • El Kab
  • Edfu Temple
  • Gebel El Silsila
  • Kom Ombo Temple
  • Daraw Camel Market
  • Villages & Rural Counterysides

Day 1Boarding in Esna – El Kab – Quessia

Pick you up from any address in Luxor to Esna (60km south), where is the home port of our Nile Dahabiya Houseboat. We will be Embark on our Dahabiya for a 5-days cruise along the Nile between Esna and Aswan. Welcoming drink, start sail to El Kab, the ancient town of Nekheb, to visit the remains of its temples and some of the tombs dug into the cliffs, tour escort by our private expert Egyptologist guide, who will companied us at all sites. More sail time for a small island where the boat will moor for the night. Dinner will be served onboard the Dahabiya or on the tranquil bank of the Nile, First night on board

Day 2Edfu – Wadi el Shat

Breakfast and start sail toward Edfu, a visit to the temple of Horus, regarded as the best-preserved of all the temples in Egypt, back to houseboatand time for Lunch, more sail forward a small island where the boat will moor for the night, later stops will take you to small villages and the desert. Dinner will be served onboard the Dahabiya or on the tranquil bank of the Nile, Second night on board.

Day 3Gebel el Silsila – Kom-Ombo – Maniha

Breakfast, start Sail toward Gebel el Silsila, explore the ancient sandstone quarries and rock-cut chapels of Horemheb, Seti I, Ramesses II, and Merenptah. The journey up the Nile continues towards the double temple of Haroeris and Sobek in Kom Ombo, Lunchtime and setting sail to the island of Maniha, where the Dahabiya will moor for the evening. Dinner will be served onboard the Dahabiya or on the tranquil bank of the Nile, the Third night on board.

Day 4Daraw – El Koubania, Aswan

Breakfast, start sail toward Daraw village (where the biggest Camel market located), walking tour to the village and visit the markets of Daraw, once the last stop of the famous 40 Days desert road between Sudan and Egypt, back to houseboat for lunch, more sailing continues to the Nubian village of El Koubania, nearby Aswan, Farwell barbeque & grilled dinner in the island, party by local people of our Dahabiya team, Fourth and last night on board.

Day 5Disembarkation in Aswan

Breakfast, End of the Dahabiya journey in Aswan, after breakfast on board, we will Transfer to any address in Aswan.