We have a choice of Lake Nasser cruise ships available with packages from just £999pp including flights. We have options to extend your stay in Aswan or Abu Simbel & we can tailor your stay to include other Egypt highlights too. Get in touch with our ‘Egypt Experts’ for a bespoke quote.
The M.S Eugenie is designed in the style of an elegant turn-of-the-century Nile steamship. The M.S Eugenie was the first ship to sail on Lake Nasser and offers travellers the opportunity to discover the archaeological treasures which surround this vast lake. This ship features warm wooden panelling throughout and plush red and green antique furnishing. Discover Lake Nasser and the treasures of the River Nile on this fantastic voyage.
MS Nubian Sea
The M/S Nubian Sea is a 5 Star Nile Cruise Ship that was launched in 1995. Once on board the Luxurious MS Nubian Sea you will Embark on an unforgettable journey & enjoy splendid days of Luxury Cruising. The Crew and the management of MS Nubian Sea assure comfortable and enjoyable cruise on nasser’s Lake.
MS Omar El Khayam
Discover the holy sites of Upper Egypt in elegance and luxury on the Omar El Khayam. The 5-star deluxe ship is one of Lake Nasser’s pearls. Unforgettable feel-good experiences of a very special kind await you in the ship’s own Cleopatra Spa.
LAKE NASSER CRUISE ITINERARIES
3 NIGHTS ABU SIMBEL – ASWAN – FRIDAY
DAY 1: ABU SIMBEL
Transfer to your 5* boat for embarkation before lunch, visit the great temples of Abu Simbel, dinner and overnight on board.
DAY 2: KASR IBRIM – AMADA – WADI EL SEBOU
Morning sailing to Kasr Ibrim for a visit from the lake to see this Nubian monument, which is situated on the original site, surrounded by water. Lunch on board while sailing to Amada. At Amada visit the oldest monument on Lake Nasser the temple of Amada. Sail to Wadi el Sebou with Sound & Light show. Overnight at Wadi el Sebou.
DAY 3: WADI EL SEBOU – ASWAN
Breakfast on board and morning visit to Wadi el Sebou temple entered through an avenue of sphinxes, the temple of Dakka dedicated to the god of Wisdom, Thoth of Pnubs and the ruins of the temple of Maharakka. Sail to Aswan, dinner on board with Nubian show evening entertainment. Overnight at Aswan.
DAY 4: ASWAN
Breakfast on board and morning visit to the Temple of Kalabsha – dedicated to the Nubian God Mandulis and the Temple of Beit el Wali – House of the Holy Man – which was carved from rocks during the reign of Ramses ll and Beit el Wali. Check out and transfer to Aswan airport.
4 NIGHTS ASWAN – ABU SIMBEL – MONDAY
DAY 1: ASWAN
Transfer to the cruiser for before lunch. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner on board with Nubian Show evening entertainment.Overnight at Aswan.
DAY 2: ASWAN – WADI EL SEBOU
BreakFast on board and morning visit to the Temple of Kalabsha – dedicated to the Nubian God Mandulis and the Temple of Beit el Wali – House of the Holy Man – which was carved from rocks during the reign of Ramses ll. After lunch sail to Wadi el Seboua. Dinner and overnight on board.
DAY 3: WADI EL SEBOU – AMADA
Morning visit to Wadi el Sebou temple entered through an avenue of sphinxes, the temple of Dakka dedicated to the god of Wisdom, Thoth of Pnubs and the ruins of the temple of Maharakka. Lunch on board. Sail to Amada to visit the oldest monument on Lake Nasser the temple of Amada. Also visit the Derr Rock Temple built by Ramses ll dedicated to the rising sun and finally visit the tomb of Pennut. Dinner and overnight on board.
DAY 4: AMADA – KASR IBRIM – ABU SIMBEL
Morning sailing to Kasr Ibrim for a visit from the lake to see this Nubian monument, which is situated on the original site, surrounded by water. Sail onto Abu Simbel where the great temple of Ramses 11 appears to be rising from the depths of lake. Carved into the mountain and dedicated to Ra-Harakhty, Amun, Ptah. Also visit the temple of Nefetari, the beloved wife of Ramses ll.
DAY 5: ABU SIMBEL
Breakfast, check out and transfer to Abu Simbel airport.
Please note: the order or content of your itinerary may be amended due to lock closures, low water levels or any other unforeseeable circumstances. Occasionally, due to operational difficulties a change of vessel can occur. However, the sightseeing itinerary will remain the same.