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Enjoy sailing along the great and the longest river in the world ( Nile River ) stop on the way from Aswan to Luxor to visit some of the oldest temples and sights not only in Egypt but also in the whole world, covering these sights will give a deep idea and knowledge about the ancient Egyptian history and this great long civilization and long extended religion.
Aswan Phila temple, The KOm Ombo temple, Edfu Temple, Luxor and karnak temples and then the Kings valley
- Service charge and Taxes
- All Entrace Fees for the sights mentioned
- Private tour
- 3 Nights accommodation based on Full Board
- 2 Botteled of mineral water everyday
- Qualified & professional Egyptologist guide
- All transport by private deluxe air-conditioned Vehicle.
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Peak Period (Christmas and New Year) there is additional fees USD200 PER PERSON from Dec 20 to Jan 2
Public transportation options are available nearby
Specialized infant seats are available
Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
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We spent 7 nights in Egypt, and thanks to Mohamed Mustapha and his team of tour guides at Egypt Unlimited Tours, we were had a wonderful time and was able to see and experience a lot in a short time! Mohamed helped me and my teenage son customerize our itinerary and then executed the plan flawlessly. It began with meeting us at the airport, picking us at various hotels and at nile river cruise stops on agreed upon times, and showing us around. The tour guides were just wonderful - friendly, prompt, well educated and informed to explain the significance of each site. As an Enginner and history buff I had many questions, all of which were answered to my complete satisfaction. I felt the team's utmost priority was to give us a memorable experience, and they most certainly did!
Great overall experience. Nice and spacious rooms, pleasant staff, great food and great guide! The whole family loved it.
The company’s team is a “well oiled machine”. Every aspect of our trip was handled with professionalism and forethought. From pick up and drop off at airports, to checking us into hotels, to escorting us to and from sites, to getting us settled on our Nile cruise… we were always covered by the Egypt Unlimited Team. The Egyptologists that were provided to us throughout our trip were not only knowledgeable but caring. They looked after us and made sure our needs were always met and they were also very flexible - ensuring that the trip would be the adventure of our dreams. The Nile Cruise suggested by Egypt Unlimited was also excellent- high end accommodations, top notch service and food. I would HIGHLY recommend Egypt Unlimited. They will make sure you have an amazing adventure in beautiful Egypt!
Well executed and planned trip! Our guides were highly educated about our visiting sites with customs, history and everyday living. They were very attentive to our needs from negotiating souvenir buying, food choices, and even medicine for allergies if needed! Mohammond is awesome
We booked our trip with Mr. Mohammed, owner of Egypt Unlimited. We went for 10 days in mid November. He so aptly named his business because it was indeed "Egypt Unlimited". From the start, we were met with his personnel even before we approached immigration and they were with us all the way till we were back at immigration 10 days later. Our private tour guide Mr. Mohammed Badawy is also an Egyptologist!! He was brimming with knowledge that he imparted before, after and during all our site visits. He treated us like family. He himself is a family man. Mr. Badawy is a former archaeologist who's worked with internationally prominent people in the field who loves his nation's great heritage. We connected at a personal level and he took care of my boys like they were his nephews. We never knew any hardship, he accomodated all our needs and gave us plenty of choices though we were always happy going with his recommendations. He knew how to navigate some sticky situation with tourist police without ruffling any feathers. He was so well connected and knew exactly when we needed to go on the balloon ride, when to enter the temples, when to snap the pictures,....always trust the local man! He even rescued us from the occasional hustle.. LOL! Egypt Unlimited is very organized and way better than some of those pricey international tour companies.
Thank you for a wonderful trip to Egypt! The food, accommodation, transportation, service and most of all - our guide, Amro and our main contact - Mohammad. I am looking forward to my next trip with you all!
We booked our 3 night Nile river cruise with Egypt Unlimited Tours and were not disappointed. Mohamed Mustafa, the owner of the business, got in touch via email within hours of sending in a query. He sent us a detailed itinerary and were picked up by our guide, Amro upon arrival at Luxor airport, and everything went well thereafter. The ship, St George was amazing and the entire crew was excellent and pleasant during the entire trip. Amro was a knowledgeable guide and spoke excellent English. Mustafa was super kind and excellent to work with. We ran into internet issues on the boat and he immediately arranged for a pre paid router for us for the entire trip. He also made it a point to see us off on our last day leaving Aswan at the airport. He was an absolute pleasure to work with and always available via WhatsApp if there were any concerns/questions. I highly recommend booking your Nile river experience through this company for a worry-free experience. Thank you Mustafa for wonderful experience 🙏🏼
Great experience. We did the cruise from Luxor to Aswan - 5 days & 4 nights & it was great. We visited Luxor & plenty of sites on the way (Edfu, Komombo, Aswan). The guide was very knowledgable & helpful, organization very good. The ship (Regency) was high class and everything was very good - service, cabin & food. The company, which organized it Egypt Unlimited Tour was very good - Mohamed is great guy, who will really take care of you. Highly recommend it.
I had an amazing experience with Egypt Unlimited Tours! Although the original itinerary was not available due to lack of demand, Mohammed promptly contacted me and arranged everything I needed to take the 3-night tour the opposite way (from Luxor to Aswan), including the train tickets from Aswan to Luxor (2x) and private transportation in between. He also upgraded our tour for a private tour for free and constantly asked if everything was fine and made us feel as if we were home. Ahmed, the tour guide, is very knowledgeable of ancient Egypt history and culture, kind & helpful and is always ready to answer whatever question you shoot at him. He provided anything we asked for, including additional stops to buy food and drinks for the cruise and additional mobile internet package. He also helped us in avoid harassment from local drivers and souvenirs sellers and told us the expected amount of tips we should give to the drivers and cruise staff. The private tour is worth it as it allows you to move at our own pace and benefit from the sites before all the crowds arrive. We really appreciated his efforts to make me feel comfortable and taken care of. We had an amazing experience with Mohammed, Ahmed and all the staff from Egypt Unlimited Tours and are eager to reccomend them to any fellow tourist in Egypt.
On Day One, we were met by Islam (from Egypt Unlimited Tours) at Aswan Train Station (after a fourteen-hour overnight journey on 'Train86' from Ramses Train Station in Cairo) and then introduced to Mohammed Badawy. Mohammed was to be our tour guide for the next four days. Our cases were collected and taken to the ship, and that freed us up to go sightseeing with Mohammed. In the morning, Mohammed took us to the Isle of Philae, Aswan High Dam, and the Unfinished Obelisk. We were done by mid-afternoon, and that allowed us to relax and get acclimatised to being on the ship. Later that evening, Mohammed arranged for us to go on a felucca ride on the Nile around Aswan. That was fantastic, and it capped what had already been a wonderful day. On Day Two, after breakfast, Mohammed took us to the Aswan Botanical Garden on Kitchener Island and then on to a Nubian Village. Mohammed took us to a house where we learned more about the Nubian way of life, and while we were there, we had the chance to sample some food, and we were introduced to a baby crocodile. The ship sailed down the Nile for three hours until we reached Kom Ombo. We visited the Temple dedicated to Sobek-Ra at 17:00, and it was lit up beautifully. Mohammed, as usual, gave us some interesting facts. On Day Three, the ship sailed down the river overnight, and at 05:30, we met Mohammed for our visit to the Temple Of Horus at Edfu. There's a lot to see here, but there was so little time. The ship was sailing to Luxor later in the day (via the locks at Esna), and it was only a small window of opportunity to see it. However, we saved time by being met at the ship by a horse and trap and taken straight to the temple. We also beat the majority of tourists by going at this time in the morning. At around lunchtime, the ship reached Esna. These are two locks side by side between Edfu and Luxor, and they swap in and out to let the ships drop down to the slightly lower water level downstream as the river heads north. What they don't tell you in the brochures or websites when you book on the cruise, is that the locks are a place where hawkers try to sell you their wares from sea level - even if you are four floors up on the ship. It's a spectacle, and it's definite worth a watch at least. They shout and holler 'hello' from their boats, and if you look over the handrail, they try to tempt you into checking their wares by throwing them up at you. They're very accurate too, especially when you consider that they're in small rowing boats that are moving all the time. the first thing that they threw up at me, I caught one handed whilst holding my mobile in the other. If you like the towel (for instance) that they throw up at you, it's at that point that you haggle over the price. I managed to knock the guy down from the overly-inflated price of 650 Egyptian Pounds (£32.50) to 250 LE (£12.50). What happens then is that they throw you another item up, you stuff the money inside the wrapping, and then throw it back down to them. If the towel ends up in the water they just try to sell it to someone else for a dollar. It's quite a fun way of doing business. At around 15:00, we reached Luxor. Mohammed had arranged to take us around the Temple Of Karnak. As this was a huge and interesting site, Mohammed rightly gave us plenty of time to look around it. Afterwards, he took us to Luxor Temple, just as the sun was going down. This was another temple that was lit up fantastically well, and the contrast between the two temples at different stages of the day worked a treat, visually. On our last day with Mohammed, he took us to see five tombs in the Valley Of The Kings (regular three tombs on you ticket + two additional ones), Hatshepsut's Temple, the Colossi of Memnon and, as a special favour to my wife, he took us to Howard Carter's House. My wife had been to Egypt twice, but she had never been here. She made it known to Mohammed that this was the #1 item on her bucket list while we were in Egypt. As a result, Mohammed made sure that we came here, seeing as we were in the area. It was very kind of him to do that for us.