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MS Amwaj Nile Cruise Boat

Explore the Nile from Luxor to Aswan on a Nile cruise Boat. Enjoy the warm sun and blue sky while sailing along the Nile on the MS Amwaj Living Stone, a deluxe 5-star Nile cruise boat with excellent service and comfort.

The MS Amwaj Living Stone offers luxury accommodations of a high standard that guarantee ultimate comfort, elegance and style. The boat has 62 deluxe cabins, divided into 2 royal suites with 50 m², 2 presidential suites with 40 m², 12 junior suites with 30 m² and 46 standard cabins on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor with 20 m².
All cabins and suites are available with either king-size beds or twin beds and are equipped with large panoramic windows.

 

Boat Equipment

  • 46 Standard cabins with 20 m²
  • 12 Junior suites with 30 m²
  • 2 Presidential suites with 40 m²
  • 2 Royal suites with 50 m²
  • Main dining room restaurant, lounge, lounge bar, pool bar
  • Evening entertainment program
  • Sun deck with pool and lounge chairs
  • Massage, steam bath & sauna
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • Gift shop
  • Wi-Fi internet access
  • 24 hour reception service

Cabin Equipment

  • Panorama window
  • International telephone
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini-bar
  • Safe
  • Adjustable air conditioning
  • LCD / plasma TV
  • Bathroom with bathtub
  • Dressing table seating area

Sailing

8 Days / 7 Nights Luxor-Aswan-Luxor every Thursday

5 Days / 4 Nights Luxor to Aswan every Thursday

4 Days / 3 Nights Aswan to Luxor every Monday

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8 Days / 7 Nights Luxor-Aswan-Luxor

Travel the Nile in the most luxurious way on this exciting 8-day Nile cruise with the MS Amwaj Living Stone and explore the beautiful temples of Upper Egypt in Luxor and Aswan.

Day 1Arrival & Check-in

For your 8-day Nile cruise on MS Amwaj Living Stone from Luxor, fly to Luxor today . Upon arrival at Luxor Airport, your guide will meet you and take you to your 5 star Boat.

Day 2East Bank Luxor

After breakfast on board, visit today with your tour guide:

The Karnak Temple
It is the largest temple complex ever built. Here the ancient Egyptians immortalized the holy family of Thebes, Amun-Re, his wife Mut and the son Chonsu. The complete construction time of the temple lasted over 2000 years. Among the most significant areas of the temple is the large columned hall with 134 papyrus columns, built by Seteth and completed by Ramses II.

The Luxor Temple
In the heart of the city of Luxor, you will find the Luxor Temple, built by Amemophis III. and Ramses II was built. Even Alexander the Great built a chapel for the ancient Egyptian gods. At that time, the Ancient Egyptians celebrated here the most important festival in Thebes, the Opetfest. In 1989, archaeologists happened to find an underground chamber with very well-preserved statues, which are now exhibited in the Luxor Museum. At the Luxor Temple you can see a part of the Sphinx Avenue, which connected the Luxor Temple with the Karnak Temple at that time.

– After lunch, the boat will depart for Edfu via the sluice town of Esna.
(Afternoon is not a program, just enjoy the boat trip from Luxor to Edfu)

Day 3Edfu & Kom Ombo

After breakfast on the boat you will visit:

The Edfu Temple
He was built by the Ptolemies for the falcon god Horus from 237 to 57 BC. Built. Until 1860 AD, the temple was hidden under the sand and Nile mud, only then it was exposed by the Frenchman Mariette. Every year, the wedding of Horus of Edfu with the Hathor of Dendara, as well as the feast of the victory of Horus over Seth, were celebrated here.

After visiting the Edfu Temple, the boat will depart to Kom Ombo and in the afternoon visit:

The Kom Ombo Temple
It is the only double temple in Egypt where the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Horus were consecrated. The ruins of the temple were for a long time spilled over half by sand. They were first uncovered and restored in 1893. The temple was built during the Greek period from 304 to 31 BC. And hundreds of mummified crocodiles were found around the temple.
Afterwards you continue by boat to Aswan.

Day 4Aswan Sightseeing

In Aswan you visit today with the tour guide:

Philae Temple
The Philae or Isis Temple stood on Philae Island south of Aswan, and after the construction of the high dam, the temple was under water for several months of the year. Therefore, the temple was transferred to the neighboring island of Agilika from 1977 to 1980. In 553 AD, the temple served as a church, so much of the relief in the temple was destroyed.

The High Dam
The construction of the high dam was initiated by President Nasser and lasted from 1960 to 1971, creating one of the largest reservoirs in the world, 500 km long and 32 km wide, at the widest point. The dam is more than 3800 meters long and 111 meters high, at the sole 980 meters and at the crown about 40 meters wide.

In the afternoon you have free time.

Day 5Optional excursion to Abu Simble

Today you have free or you have the opportunity for a private excursion to Abu Simbel.

The two temples of Abu Simble were built by Ramses II in 1260 BC. built and were under the sand until 1817, then the Italian Belzoni has freed the two temples from the sand. The Ramses temple extends 60 meters directly into the rock and has a height of 30 m. The temple of Nefertari is 21 m deep and 12 m high. After the construction of the dam, both temples were moved 62 m higher in the years 1964-1968 to protect them from flooding by the reservoir.

You will drive to Abu Simble early in the morning with a private vehicle and your private tour guide. On the way there you can experience the sunrise in the desert and on the way back you can admire the nature view.

Day 6Free Day

Enjoy the return trip by boat from Aswan to Luxor and Refresh on board.

Day 7West Bank Luxor

Today we visit the highlights of Thebes-West:

The Valley of the Kings
Let yourself be enchanted by the more than 3000 years old, wonderful murals in the tombs of the Pharaohs. So far, 64 graves have been found in the Valley of the Kings, of which you can visit three. In the Valley of the Kings are the tombs of the kings of the New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC 18 to 20 dynasty) to find. In 1922 Englishman Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tut Anch Amun with its golden treasures.

The Hatshepsut Temple
The mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut dates back to the 18th Dynasty, 1470 BC. She had her impressive terrace temple built by the architect Senenmut. She was always portrayed as a man, which can be clearly seen from the very well preserved statues in the temple. In Christian times a temple was built on the temple, which was used until the 11th century. In the 19th century, the monastery ruins were demolished.

The Memnon Colossi
The Memnon colossi are two side by side ancient Egyptian colossal statues, about 18 m. high from the 14th century BC Both statues represent Amenhotep III and were located at the entrance of his temple.

In the afternoon you have free time.

Day 8End of The Cruise

Today you disembark the Nile cruise boat, then transfer to Luxor Airport.

Include
  • 7 Nights Nile cruise
  • Full board on board
  • Reception and pick-up service at the airport
  • All entrance fees of the mentioned sights
  • Local English-speaking tour guide during your tours
  • Free wifi service during your stay in Egypt.
  • Bottled water during your tours and transfers
  • All service charges and applicable taxes
Exclude
  • Costs for international flights (we will gladly book the flights for you)
  • Sights that are not in the program
  • Excursion to Abu Simble (optionally bookable)
  • Tipping
Price

5 * Deluxe Boat

  Summer (May 1st to September 30th) Winter (1st Oct to 30 Apr)
Single room / cabin  1055 $  1275 $
Double room / cabin  785 $  920 $

5 Days / 4 Nights from Luxor to Aswan

Admire the Valley of the Kings and the world’s largest temple complex, the Karnak Temple, marvel at the imposing Philae temples in Aswan and be enchanted by the landscape on the Nile on this 5-day Nile cruise.

Day 1Arrival & Check-in / East Bank Luxor

For your 5-days Nile cruise on MS Amwaj from Luxor to Aswan, fly to Luxor today. Upon arrival at Luxor Airport you will be welcomed by your guide and escorted to your 5 star Nile cruise boat.

After lunch on board, you’ll visit with your guide:

The Karnak Temple
It is the largest temple complex ever built. Here the ancient Egyptians immortalized the holy family of Thebes, Amun-Re, his wife Mut and the son Chonsu. The complete construction time of the temple lasted over 2000 years. Among the most significant areas of the temple is the large columned hall with 134 papyrus columns, built by Seteth and completed by Ramses II.

The Luxor Temple
In the heart of the city of Luxor, you will find the Luxor Temple, built by Amemophis III. and Ramses II was built. Even Alexander the Great built a chapel for the ancient Egyptian gods. At that time, the Ancient Egyptians celebrated here the most important festival in Thebes, the Opetfest. In 1989, archaeologists happened to find an underground chamber with very well-preserved statues, which are now exhibited in the Luxor Museum. At the Luxor Temple you can see a part of the Sphinx Avenue, which connected the Luxor Temple with the Karnak Temple at that time.

Day 2West Bank Luxor

Today we visit the highlights of Thebes-West:

The Valley of the Kings
Let yourself be enchanted by the more than 3000 years old, wonderful murals in the tombs of the Pharaohs. So far, 64 graves have been found in the Valley of the Kings, of which you can visit three. In the Valley of the Kings are the tombs of the kings of the New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC 18 to 20 dynasty) to find. In 1922 Englishman Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tut Anch Amun with its golden treasures.

The Hatshepsut Temple
The mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut dates back to the 18th Dynasty, 1470 BC. She had her impressive terrace temple built by the architect Senenmut. She was always portrayed as a man, which can be clearly seen from the very well preserved statues in the temple. In Christian times a temple was built on the temple, which was used until the 11th century. In the 19th century, the monastery ruins were demolished.

The Memnon Colossi
The Memnon colossi are two side by side ancient Egyptian colossal statues, about 18 m. high from the 14th century BC Both statues represent Amenhotep III and were located at the entrance of his temple.

After lunch, the boat will depart for Edfu via the sluice town of Esna.
(Afternoon is not a program, just enjoy the boat trip from Luxor to Edfu)

Day 3Edfu & Kom Ombo

After breakfast on the boat you will visit:

The Edfu Temple
He was built by the Ptolemies for the falcon god Horus from 237 to 57 BC. Built. Until 1860 AD, the temple was hidden under the sand and Nile mud, only then it was exposed by the Frenchman Mariette. Every year, the wedding of Horus of Edfu with the Hathor of Dendara, as well as the feast of the victory of Horus over Seth, were celebrated here.

After visiting the Edfu Temple, the boat will depart to Kom Ombo and in the afternoon visit:

The Kom Ombo Temple
It is the only double temple in Egypt where the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Horus were consecrated. The ruins of the temple were for a long time spilled over half by sand. They were first uncovered and restored in 1893. The temple was built during the Greek period from 304 to 31 BC. And hundreds of mummified crocodiles were found around the temple.
Afterwards you continue by boat to Aswan.

Day 4Aswan Sightseeing

In Aswan you visit today with the tour guide:

Philae Temple
The Philae or Isis Temple stood on Philae Island south of Aswan, and after the construction of the high dam, the temple was under water for several months of the year. Therefore, the temple was transferred to the neighboring island of Agilika from 1977 to 1980. In 553 AD, the temple served as a church, so much of the relief in the temple was destroyed.

The High Dam
The construction of the high dam was initiated by President Nasser and lasted from 1960 to 1971, creating one of the largest reservoirs in the world, 500 km long and 32 km wide, at the widest point. The dam is more than 3800 meters long and 111 meters high, at the sole 980 meters and at the crown about 40 meters wide.

In the afternoon you have free time.

Day 5Optional excursion to Abu Simble / Check Out

Today you have free or you have the opportunity for a private excursion to Abu Simbel.

The two temples of Abu Simble were built by Ramses II in 1260 BC. built and were under the sand until 1817, then the Italian Belzoni has freed the two temples from the sand. The Ramses temple extends 60 meters directly into the rock and has a height of 30 m. The temple of Nefertari is 21 m deep and 12 m high. After the construction of the dam, both temples were moved 62 m higher in the years 1964-1968 to protect them from flooding by the reservoir.

You will drive to Abu Simble early in the morning with a private vehicle and your private tour guide. On the way there you can experience the sunrise in the desert and on the way back you can admire the nature view.

You will then be transferred to Aswan Airport.

Include
  • 4 Nights Nile cruise
  • Full board on board
  • Reception and pick-up service at the airport
  • All entrance fees of the mentioned sights
  • Local English-speaking tour guide during your tours
  • Free wifi service during your stay in Egypt.
  • Bottled water during your tours and transfers
  • All service charges and applicable taxes
Exclude
  • Sights that are not in the program
  • Excursion to Abu Simble (optionally bookable)
  • Tipping
Price

5 * Deluxe Boat

  Summer (May 1st to September 30th) Winter (1st Oct to 30 Apr)
Single room / cabin  670 $  835 $
Double room / cabin  520 $  630 $

4 Days / 3 Nights from Aswan to Luxor

Spend a unique luxury vacation and discover the fascinating Egypt with us on a 4-days Nile cruise with the MS Amwaj Living Stone. This unique trip on the Nile takes you from Aswan to Luxor to the most important cultural treasures of Egypt.

Day 1Arrival & Check-in / Aswan Sightseeing

Today you fly to Aswan for your 4-day Nile cruise with MS Amwaj from Aswan to Luxor. You will be greeted by our guide at Aswan airport and taken to your Nile cruise ship. After lunch on the ship, visit your private guide in Aswan to:

Philae Temple
The Philae or Isis Temple stood on Philae Island south of Aswan, and after the construction of the high dam, the temple was under water for several months of the year. Therefore, the temple was transferred to the neighboring island of Agilika from 1977 to 1980. In 553 AD, the temple served as a church, so much of the relief in the temple was destroyed.

The High Dam
The construction of the high dam was initiated by President Nasser and lasted from 1960 to 1971, creating one of the largest reservoirs in the world, 500 km long and 32 km wide, at the widest point. The dam is more than 3800 meters long and 111 meters high, at the sole 980 meters and at the crown about 40 meters wide.

In the afternoon you have free time

Day 2Kom Ombo & Edfu Temples

At morning the boat will sail from Aswan to Kom Ombo. After breakfast you will visit:

The Kom Ombo Temple
It is the only double temple in Egypt where the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Horus were consecrated. The ruins of the temple were for a long time spilled over half by sand. They were first uncovered and restored in 1893. The temple was built during the Greek period from 304 to 31 BC. And hundreds of mummified crocodiles were found around the temple.

The continue sailing to Edfu and visit:

The Edfu Temple
He was built by the Ptolemies for the falcon god Horus from 237 to 57 BC. Built. Until 1860 AD, the temple was hidden under the sand and Nile mud, only then it was exposed by the Frenchman Mariette. Every year, the wedding of Horus of Edfu with the Hathor of Dendara, as well as the feast of the victory of Horus over Seth, were celebrated here.

Continue sailing to Luxor

Day 3West Bank Luxor

Today we visit the highlights of Thebes-West:

The Valley of the Kings
Let yourself be enchanted by the more than 3000 years old, wonderful murals in the tombs of the Pharaohs. So far, 64 graves have been found in the Valley of the Kings, of which you can visit three. In the Valley of the Kings are the tombs of the kings of the New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC 18 to 20 dynasty) to find. In 1922 Englishman Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tut Anch Amun with its golden treasures.

The Hatshepsut Temple
The mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut dates back to the 18th Dynasty, 1470 BC. She had her impressive terrace temple built by the architect Senenmut. She was always portrayed as a man, which can be clearly seen from the very well preserved statues in the temple. In Christian times a temple was built on the temple, which was used until the 11th century. In the 19th century, the monastery ruins were demolished.

The Memnon Colossi
The Memnon colossi are two side by side ancient Egyptian colossal statues, about 18 m. high from the 14th century BC Both statues represent Amenhotep III and were located at the entrance of his temple.

In the afternoon you have free time.

Day 4East Bank Luxor / Check-out

After breakfast on the boat, visit today with your tour guide:

The Karnak Temple
It is the largest temple complex ever built. Here the ancient Egyptians immortalized the holy family of Thebes, Amun-Re, his wife Mut and the son Chonsu. The complete construction time of the temple lasted over 2000 years. Among the most significant areas of the temple is the large columned hall with 134 papyrus columns, built by Seteth and completed by Ramses II.

The Luxor Temple
In the heart of the city of Luxor, you will find the Luxor Temple, built by Amemophis III. and Ramses II was built. Even Alexander the Great built a chapel for the ancient Egyptian gods. At that time, the Ancient Egyptians celebrated here the most important festival in Thebes, the Opetfest. In 1989, archaeologists happened to find an underground chamber with very well-preserved statues, which are now exhibited in the Luxor Museum. At the Luxor Temple you can see a part of the Sphinx Avenue, which connected the Luxor Temple with the Karnak Temple at that time.

After your program in Luxor, you will be transferred to Luxor Airport.

Include
  • 3 Nights Nile cruise
  • Full board on board
  • Reception and pick-up service at the airport
  • All entrance fees of the mentioned sights
  • Local English-speaking tour guide during your tours
  • Free wifi service during your stay in Egypt.
  • Bottled water during your tours and transfers
  • All service charges and applicable taxes
Exclude
  • Sights that are not in the program
  • Excursion to Abu Simble (optionally bookable)
  • Tipping
Price

5 * Deluxe Boat

  Summer (May 1st to September 30th) Winter (1st Oct to 30 Apr)
Single room / cabin  620 $  735 $
Double room / cabin  455 $  565 $