Despite the fact that the Country’s ancient past is still alive in its majestic monument and relics, it’s ‎also great for you to explore the complexity of modern Egypt entrances through the Nile Cruise. ‎The Nile River Cruise located in between Luxor and Aswan or Lake Nasser provides you with the ‎best opportunity to uncover the ancient Egypt ruins and the Egyptians modern life based along the ‎Nile banks. The new Nile Cruise was dated back in the 19th century, when the tourist would ‎consider boarding a train to Cairo, then hire an oat at port Bulaq to make their way down the Nile ‎while making stoppages at each archaeological site. The most memorable moments during your ‎Nile River adventure will be created from the time you spent on-board. The cruise ships are ‎equipped with a high degree of cleanliness coupled with customer service, and culinary offerings. ‎Sailing through the Nile Cruise allows you to explore the following places;‎

Karnak Temples:
Karnak houses the gods coupled with the Pharaoh’s seat not forgetting the ruling caste that was ‎priestly, thus making it one of the most critical Pharaonic sites apart from the Pyramids of Giza. It ‎incorporates many courts, temples and holy halls accordingly scaling to immense heights. This ‎inspiring Ruin is one of the incredible stops that you can consider.

Luxor Temple
The Luxor Temple is located the Nile banks and centre of the town that is modern at the moment. ‎Its elegance and compact complexity make one of the best stops during your Nile River Cruise. The ‎Roman camp occupied the site during 3rd Century, though it was abandoned later on engulfed ‎with silt residues and sand whose top had a village emerged. Excavations were done to unveil the ‎site.‎

Valley of the Kings
Pharaohs were always buried in the tombs located in the Valley of the Kings that hewn interlocks ‎and adorned with exceptional art. Only 64 tombs were explored to date in the Valley of the Kings ‎thus making it the well-heeled archaeological sites on earth. During your Nile Cruise, a stoppage at ‎this place allows you to view three tombs that are usually open for public viewing. This is the King ‎Tut’s tomb. The perfectly chiselled hieroglyphs coupled with the spectacular colored murals with ‎granite sarcophagus that is massive which makes this a place not to miss out during your Nile River ‎Cruise. ‎

The Hatshepsut Temple
The hair-raising spectacle and series of terraces that are set against a backdrop of a giddy mountain ‎make this one of the intriguing temple and tomb located in Luxor West Back. It was built and ‎named after Hatshepsut, who was the only Egyptian Pharaoh who was woman to reign over Egypt ‎as Pharaoh. This occurred Tuthmosis II, who was her husband Died when he was young. ‎

Edfu Temple
The Edfu Temple is dated back from 237 BC the time when the successor of Alexander the Great ‎ruled Egypt. Edfu means the city of Horses and it’s located between Luxor and Aswan.‎

The Temple of Kom Ombo
This is one of the oldest dual temples that was built using a commensurable plan. It’s jointly built ‎for the falcon god Horus together with Crocodile god Sobek. The temples, ancient alcoves and ‎crannies have a different vibe that creates different hieroglyphs due to lights that shoot below the ‎ancient walls. ‎

The Temple of Philae
This is usually the final tour stop of your Nile River Cruise which is a scenic town of Aswan as it sits ‎disdaining Lake Nasser. It’s considered to be the most alluring temples across Aswan. It’s a ‎Ptolemaic era temple in Egypt that is a cult devoted temple that survived the early Christian days, ‎i.e., the ISIS. ‎