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Jaz Senator

5 Star Superior

The Senator, the ultimate in River Nile Cruise luxury, is an elegant yacht featuring all suites accommodation. You can discover the magic of ancient Egypt while enjoying new heights of cruise comfort on board. The Senator is beautifully laid out, with luxuriously furnished and spacious guest suites, and elegant dining and recreation areas. The Senator was designed with the discerning guest in mind. It is ideal for special charters, VIP guests, and anyone who wishes to visit the treasures of the Egyptian River Nile in a style of unrivalled comfort and luxury.

This boat has 17 luxurious suites only. On the River Nile cruise ship , the Senator, our suites offer exceptional facilities. Upon checking in, our guests are served a complimentary bottle of champagne. There is a sitting area next to a large panoramic window, which opens onto a balcony with a further seating area. The bedroom is separate, and features large beds. It also has a panoramic window overlooking the River Nile.

All suites of the Nile cruise ship are equipped with the following amenities and features:

  • Large panoramic window that can be opened and has a view on the River Nile
  • Individually controlled air conditioning
  • Private bathroom with W.C. and shower/bathtub
  • TV with satellite channels, in-house video channels and music system
  • International telephone
  • Individual safety box
  • Mini-fridge
  • Luggage rack
  • Shaver plug
  • Hair dryer

 

Itinerary

Thursday 7 nights Luxor / Luxor

Itinerary

Day 1: Luxor

  • Embarkation. Lunch on board. Your afternoon will be free at leisure. Dinner and overnight on board in Luxor.

Day 2: Luxor / Esna

  • After breakfast, visit the East Bank of Luxor: walk among the colossal temple of Amun Ra and the avenue of the sphinxes between the Karnak and Luxor temples, an experience that you will never forget. Back on board for lunch. In the afternoon, the ship will sail to Edfu via Esna.
  • Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 3: Esna / Edfu / Kom Ombo

  • Discover the huge temple dedicated to the God Horus in Edfu by horse carriage and tour it with your guide.
  • Visit the colorful local bazaars on your way where you can buy your souvenirs. Lunch on board. Sail to
  • Kom Ombo Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 4: Aswan

  • This day, the boat sails to Aswan. Once in Aswan; you will go off shore for the visits of the giganticآ  high dam, unfinished Obelisk and splendid Philae temple of Isis the mother goddess. Dinner and overnight on board the ship in Aswan.

Day 5: Aswan

  • A.m optional visit to Abu simbel.
  • P.m visit the botanical garden by felucca
  • Overnight in Aswan

Day 6: Kom Ombo / Luxor

  • In the early morning, your ship will sail to Kom Ombo, where you will visit the unusual double temple dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the god Haroeris. Lunch on board while sailing toآ  Luxor.

Day 7: Luxor

  • After breakfast it is time to focus on the West Bank of Luxor: explore the great valleys of the Kings & Queens where generations of Pharaohs andآ  Nobles were buried in crypts cut into the cliffs and guarded by the two huge Colossi of Memnon. You will then visit theآ  temple of Queen Hatchepsut. Enjoy your lunch and afternoon free on board.
  • Dinner and overnight in Luxor.

Day 8: Luxor

  • Check out after breakfast.

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About Us

Nabila Tours & Cruises specializes in tours to the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean; such as Egypt, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Greece,..... etc. We offer private and shared tours to accommodate every client's need. 


We have been providing our clients with phenomenal vacations for the past 32 years.


Our friendly and experienced staff ensures a smooth, relaxing and memorable travel experience that you will remember for a lifetime.

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