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Dahabeya Jasmine I Nile Cruise

  • Duration: 7 Nights
  • Runs: Saturdays
  • Starting from: Luxor - Aswan
  • Return to: Aswan - Luxor
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Tour Itinerary

Dahabiya Jasmine I Nile Cruise
The Orient is based on the design of an original Dahabiya from the late 18th and early 19th century. This traditional two-masted boat is about 52 m long and 7.5 m wide and has two decks. The Dahabiya is powered by wind. Relying on the river currents and a gentle breeze, this is the traditional way to cruise the Nile. A small river tug can help if the natural elements fail. The boat is fully air-conditioned and heated with individual controls, an electric generator for electricity, water filters for fresh water supply and safety equipment.

Jasmine I Dahabiya Cruise Features:
•All cabins have large, panoramic windows
•The Orient consists of four comfortable, large cabins and one spacious suite.
•All cabins are air-conditioned
•Private bath/shower with hair dryer
•Room service
•International Telephone
•Safe box
•Laundry service & housekeeping
•Accompanying motorboat to pull it in case wind is calm.
•Sun Deck

Jasmine I Dahabeya Nile Cruise itineraries

8 Days / 7 Nights Luxor – Aswan Every Saturday

Saturday    
Embarkation in Luxor for a relaxing week sailing the Nile on a luxuriously appointed dahabeyya. After lunch, excursion to the West Bank for visits to the burial places of the Pharaohs – the Valley of the Kings – where Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Continue to the adjacent Valley of the Queens, the temple of Medinet Habu and the Colossi of Memnon. Overnight on the Nile banks of Luxor.

Sunday    
You will visit the magnificent temple complex of Amon-Ra at Karnak, with its vast hypostyle hall of 137 columns, followed by the imposing 28 The Dynasty Luxor Temple. Overnight in Luxor.

Monday
Today will be a leisurely day. After breakfast, sailing to Esna and cross next side of water level where your dahabeyya will moor overnight.

Tuesday  
This morning you will sail to El Hegz Island which takes around live hours sailing. El Hegz island is a small island which is located north Edfu, sail to Edfu to visit the wonderfully preserved Temple of Hours Overnight moored Reside a Nile island.

Wednesday
Today you will sail to Gabal El Selsela where stones for the temples in Egypt were carried after the tour. Sail to Kom Ombo, and overnight.

Thursday 
Today visit the Ptolemaic temple dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the Falcon headedHour’s god of the morning sun . We sail to Aswan via Daraw and Kopania, it takes around five hours. Where you will enjoy Nubian Party. Overnight in Aswan.

Friday
This morning you will visit the Aswan High Dam (completed in 1971); the Old Dam (completed in 1902). And the unfinished Obelisk lying in site since the Pharaohs days. You will also visit the Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, a structure rescued from the rising waters of Lake Nasser at the time of the High Dam’s construction. Overnight in Aswan.

Saturday
Disembarkation after breakfast .

 

8 Days / 7 Nights  Aswan – Luxor  Every Saturday

Saturday 
Embarkation in Aswan for a relaxing week sailing the Nile on a luxuriously appointed dahabeyya. After lunch, excursion to the Aswan High Dam (completed in 1971); the Old Dam (completed in 1902). And the unfinished Obelisk lying in site since the Pharaohs days. Overnight in Aswan.

Sunday
This morning you will also visit the Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, a structure rescued from the rising waters of Lake Nasser at the time of the High Dam’s construction. You where you will enjoy Nubian Party. Overnight in Aswan.

Monday 
Today you will sail to Gabal El Selsela where stones for the temples in Egypt were carried after the tour. Sail to Kom Ombo, and overnight.

Tuesday 
This morning you will sail to El Hegz Island which takes around live hours sailing. El Hegz island is a small island which is located north Edfu, sail to Edfu to visit the wonderfully preserver Temple of Horns. Overnight moored beside a Nile island.

Wednesday
Today will be a leisurely day. After breakfast, sailing to Esna and cross next side of water level where your dahabeyya will moor overnight.

Thursday  
You will visit the insignificant temple complex of Anon-Ra at Karnak, with its vast hypostyle hall of 137 columns, followed by the imposing 28 The Dynasty Luxor Temple. Overnight in Luxor.

Friday
Excursion to the West Bank for visits to the burial places of the Pharaohs – the Valley of the Kings – where Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. Continue to the adjacent Valley of the Queens, the temple of Medinet Habu and the Colossi of Memnon. Overnight on the Nile banks of Luxor.

Saturday  
Disembarkation after breakfast.

Inclusions

Accommodation aboard 5* Dahabeya cruise on full board basis
All shore trips along the Dahabeya Nile cruise journey
Tour to visit Edfu temple as per cruise itinerary
Tour to visit Kom Ombo temple as per cruise itinerary
Felucca sailing ( typical Egyptian sailing boat ) on the River Nile
Entrance fees to all sights between Luxor and Aswan are included
Professional Egyptologist Tour guide aboard the cruise journey
Service charges and all applicable taxes at present included

Exclusions

Personal Expenses
Tipping kitty for ship crew

Cruises Summer Season Prices

Three Nights Four Nights Six Nights Seven Nights
Single $1190 $1550 - -
Double $745 $1190 - -
Triple - - - -

Cruises Winter Season Prices

Three Nights Four Nights Six Nights Seven Nights
Single $1190 $1550 - -
Double $745 $1550 - -
Triple - - - -

Prices are in US$ / Person

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