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Tour Description

H.S. Radamis II offers 72 deluxe cabins and four suites eight of which can be connected to accommodate families or for an idyllic honeymoon suite. Cabins include a panoramic wall-to-wall window, a bathroom with a bathtub, individually controlled air conditioning, in-house music and video channels, mini bar, hairdryer and shaving sockets. The Orangerie restaurant on Mövenpick Radamis I offer fine dining á la Mövenpick with international and local delights. Barbecues are served on the Sun Deck Terrace. There is the Mövenpick Bar while snacks and drinks are available around the pool and at the bar on the Sun Deck with the Aida Lounge and Disco the Perfect venue to dance or just enjoy a drink. Mövenpick Radamis II boast a spacious sundeck with a swimming Pool, fitness equipment, and massage.

Luxor (East Bank Tour) Monday:

Upon Arrival to Luxor airport or Luxor railway station Our Imperial Egypt tour guide will wait you outside holding a sign with your name or our company’s sign, then picking you up by the air conditioned private vehicle to visit the two Massive temples on the eastern bank of the Nile. The first one is Karnak Temple Complex which comprises a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings. Building at the complex began during the reign of Senusret I in the Middle Kingdom and continued into the Ptolemaic Period. It's a vast open-air museum, and the second largest ancient religious site in the world. It's mainly a place to worship the Theban triad (Gods Amon, his consort Mut, and their son Khunso). The Second Temple is Luxor Temple which is believed that one of the ancient Egyptian's festivals was held inside the temple as there are different scenes on the walls representing the celebration of the festival. Its inner part was built by King Amenhotep III while the outer part was built by King Ramses II. After entering the temple you will find a mosque called (Abu Al-Haggag) was built on the ruins of a church which were built inside the temple. To the rear of the temple there are chapels built by King Thutmosis III and Alexander the Great. Then going for the Nile Cruise embarkation (Radamis II) to have lunch, enjoy folkloric show, having dinner and stay on board overnight in Luxor.

Luxor (West Bank Tour) Tuesday:

You will have breakfast, then you will be picked up to visit the archaeological sites of the ancient Egyptians on the west bank of the Nile including (Valley of the kings where you will see the well preserved tombs belonging to the kings of the new kingdom including the great ruler Ramses II and the child King Tut Ankh Amon,The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut it's called "the Holy of Holies"..it is one the best architecture buildings ..it consist of three levels connected with each other by ramps and has different scenes on its walls depicting the divine birth of the Queen and her Commercial expedition to Punt Land. The temple is mainly dedicated to worship the supreme god Amon-Ra ,and the 2 Colossi of Memnun which are two massive statues representing King Amenhotep III in a seating Position). Then going back to the floating hotel to have lunch, enjoy folkloric show and start sailing towards Edfu and stay overnight on borad sailing

Edfu - Kom Ombo Sightseeing Tour Wednesday:

After arrival to Edfu having breakfast. Then you will go to witness the most complete and well-preserved temple in Egypt flanked by beautiful granite statues of the falcon god Horus. The Ptolemaic temple was dedicated to the falcon god "Horus". The reliefs that cover the walls, columns, and doorways of the temple constitute an extremely important source of information about ancient Egyptian religious and political thought. Among the most interesting of these reliefs tell the story of Horus exacting his revenge on Seth for the murder of his father, Osiris, an event that was re-enacted annually in the temple. Other reliefs recount the stages of the temple’s construction, and provide dates for the completion of different building elements. Ending our tour to Edfu temple and going back to the cruise, and proceed to sail to Kom-Ombo while having lunch. Upon reaching the area you will go to visit the unusual double built temple which is dedicated to the Falcon god "Haroeris"(the southern part) and the crocodile god "Sobek"(the northern part). It was built during the Ptolemaic era. The scene on the inner face of the rear wall of the temple is of particular interest, and probably represents a set of surgical instruments. going back to the cruise, having the dinner and proceed to sail to Aswan overnight.

Sail to Aswan -Abu Simbel Tour (Optional) Thursday:

Breakfast will be served on board your ship. Later on, you will join your Egyptologist tour guide to discover the great city of Aswan, including The High Dam, which has been erected by the Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1960 AD to protect Egypt from the Nile flood. After that you will enjoy sailing on the Nile River by a motor boat till reach Agilika Island, where you will visit Temple of Philae, which was erected during the Gaeco-Roman period and was dedicated to goddess Isis (mother of god Horus). Finally you will be escorted to visit one of the marvelous sightseeing in Aswan, . After finishing your day tour, you will get back to your ship. Lunch will be served on board. Afternoon tea will be served on board. At night free at leisure. Dinner and overnight in Aswan

Aswan Sightseeing / Disembarkation Friday :

Check out after breakfast. Then our representative will accompany you to Aswan airport - station to take your flight to Cairo (Breakfast) ** Optional Tour: Excursion to Abu Simble temples either by private coach or by domestic flight: you will be met with our English-speaking tour guide in Aswan who will transfer you by private A-C van to Abu Simbel, lies south of Aswan on the western bank of the Nile, 180 miles south of the First Cataract in what was Nubia. The site was known as Meha in ancient times and was first documented in the 18th Dynasty, when Ay and Horemheb had rock-cut chapels hewn in the hills to the south. Upon arrival, you will proceed to visit Abu Simbel Temples, which were built by the well-known king Ramses II. The biggest temple was called as the Great temple. It was built by Ramesses II and being dedicated to the famous god Rahorakhty. While the smaller temple and it was dedicated to king Ramesses II himself and his beautiful wife queen Nefertari. After finishing your day tour, you will drive back toward Aswan. Arrive Aswan and be transferred by private A-C van to your chosen hotel there Aswan Airport. [B]

Program A Includes

Egyptologist tour guide.
Air Conditioned private vehicle.
4 Day Tours
All Entrance fees
Airport Transfers or Railway Station Transfers in Luxor and Aswan on Day 1 and Day 5
Tourism Police Permission for arranging the tours
Tax

Program A Excludes

Domestic Airfare or Train Tickets
Optional Tour to Abu Simbel
Meals & Drinks during day tours
Tipping
Personal Expenses
Anything not mentioned above

Program A Accommodation

4 nights at 5 * Deluxe Radamis II Nile Cruise between Luxor and Aswan “Full Board”

Aswan Sightseeing / Friday:

Upon arrival to Aswan Airport or Aswan Railway Station, our Imperial Egypt tour guide will be waiting outside to pick you up to visit Aswan's High Dam which is one of the most important achievements of the last century in Egypt .It Contains 18 times the material used in the great pyramid of Cheops and It provides Egypt with the water and electricity and secures the country from the destructive inundation of the Nile River. Then you will visit the Temple of Isis at Philae which its construction started during the reign of Ptolemy II and completed by the Roman emperors. And it was dedicated to goddess Isis which was considered the mother of god and she is the mother god Horus and the consort of God Osiris. Then , you will be transferred for the Nile Cruise Embarkation (Radamis II). having lunch, Enjoying some oriental or Nubian shows. And stay overnight on board on Aswan

Abu Simbel Tour (Optional) / Sail to Kom Ombo "Sightseeing" Saturday:

Optional: At 4.00 am you will go towards Abu Simbel (Around 3 Hrs. Driving) to visit the location of the most famous temples (The Great and Small temples) of King Ramses II and his wife Queen Nefertari. The most spectacular aspect of this temple is its setting in the solid rock above the banks of the Nile River. The complex is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the "Nubian Monuments," which run from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae (near Aswan). It is believed that the axis of the temple was positioned by the ancient Egyptian architects in such a way that on October 22 and February 22, the rays of the sun would penetrate the sanctuary and illuminate the sculptures on the back wall, except for the statue of Ptah, the god connected with the Underworld, who always remained in the dark. These dates are allegedly the king's birthday and coronation day. Then going back to Aswan at 1 pm Afternoon, Start sailing towards Kom-Ombo while having lunch. Upon reaching the area you will go to visit the unusual double built temple which is dedicated to the Falcon god "Haroeris"(the southern part) and the crocodile god "Sobek"(the northern part). It was built during the Ptolemaic era. The scene on the inner face of the rear wall of the temple is of particular interest, and probably represents a set of surgical instruments. After that getting back to the cruise in order to continue sailing towards Edfu while having dinner. and stay overnight in Edfu

Edfu Sightseeing/ Sail to Luxor / Luxor "East Bank Tour" Sunday:

In the morning , you will go to witness the most complete and well-preserved temple in Egypt flanked by beautiful granite statues of the falcon god Horus. The Ptolemaic temple was dedicated to the falcon god "Horus". The reliefs that cover the walls, columns, and doorways of the temple constitute an extremely important source of information about ancient Egyptian religious and political thought. Among the most interesting of these reliefs tell the story of Horus exacting his revenge on Seth for the murder of his father, Osiris, an event that was re-enacted annually in the temple. Other reliefs recount the stages of the temple’s construction, and provide dates for the completion of different building elements. Ending our tour to Edfu temple and going back to the cruise, having the lunch and proceed to sail to Luxor . After reaching Luxor.you will be picked up to visit the two Massive temples on the eastern bank of the Nile. The first one is Karnak Temple Complex which comprises a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings. Building at the complex began during the reign of Senusret I in the Middle Kingdom and continued into the Ptolemaic Period. It's a vast open-air museum, and the second largest ancient religious site in the world. It's mainly a place to worship the Theban triad (Gods Amun,his consort Mut, and their son Khunso). The Second Temple is Luxor Temple which is believed that one of the ancient Egyptian's festivals was held inside the temple as there are different scenes on the walls representing the celebration of the festival. Its inner part was built by King Amenhotep III while the outer part was built by King Ramses II. After entering the temple you will find a mosque called (Abu Al-Haggag) was built on the ruins of a church which were built inside the temple. To the rear of the temple there are chapels built by King Thutmosis III and Alexander the Great. Then going back to the floating hotel to have dinner, enjoy folkloric show, and stay on board overnight in Luxor.

Luxor "West Bank Tour" / Fly to Cairo Monday:

After breakfast, disembarkation Then heading to visit the archaeological sites of the ancient Egyptians on the west bank of the Nile including (Valley of the kings where you will see the well preserved tombs belonging to the kings of the new kingdom including the great ruler Ramses II and the child King Tut Ankh Amon, The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut it's called "the Holy of Holies”. It is one the best architecture buildings. It consist of three levels connected with each other by ramps and has different scenes on its walls depicting the divine birth of the Queen and her Commercial expedition to Punt Land. The temple is mainly dedicated to worship the supreme god Amon-Ra, and the 2 Colossi of Memnun which are two massive statues representing King Amenhotep III in a seating Position). Afternoon, going to Luxor International airport to take the flight or the sleeper train from Luxor railway station back to Cairo

Program A Includes

Egyptologist tour guide.
Air Conditioned private vehicle.
4 Day Tours
Airport Transfers or Railway Station Transfers in Luxor and Aswan on Day 1 and Day 5
1 Hour Felucca Ride in Aswan
Bottled Mineral Water every day tour
Tourism Police Permission for arranging the tours
Tax

Program A Excludes

Domestic Airfare or Train Tickets
Optional Tour to Abu Simbel
All Entrance fees
Meals & Drinks during day tours
Tipping
Personal Expenses
Anything not mentioned above

Program A Accommodation

3 nights at 5 * Standard Radamis II Nile Cruise between Aswan and Luxor “Full Board”

Program A Includes
Egyptologist tour guide.
Air Conditioned private vehicle.
4 Day Tours
All Entrance fees
Airport Transfers or Railway Station Transfers in Luxor and Aswan on Day 1 and Day 5
Tourism Police Permission for arranging the tours
Tax

Program A Excludes
Domestic Airfare or Train Tickets
Optional Tour to Abu Simbel
Meals & Drinks during day tours
Tipping
Personal Expenses
Anything not mentioned above

May – September (Price Per Person)

04 Days-03 Nights05 Days/04 Nights
Per Person in Triple Cabin295 $360 $
Per Person in Double Cabin300 $370 $
Per Single Cabin475 $570 $

October – April (Price Per Person)

04 Days-03 Nights05 Days/04 Nights
Per Person in Triple Cabin335 $380 $
Per Person in Double Cabin340 $385 $
Per Single Cabin550 $660

Prices

Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip and valid till September 30.2018, except during Christmas, New Year & Easter holidays.

Children Policy

  • 0 – 01.99 Free of Charge
  • 2 – 5.99 pay 25% of tour price
  • 6 – 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
  • 12+ pay full tour price as per adult person.

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