Egypt Lake Nasser Cruises
Lake Nasser was created in 1971 by the construction of the Aswan Dam in southern Egypt. Many of our Nile cruises end at Lake Nasser and from here we start our excursions to Abu Simbel to visit the famous temple complex.
The Nasser See cruise ships operate between Aswan and Luxor.
We offer 5 * / 5 * deluxe and 5 * luxury cruises of various lengths: 4-5-8 days.
Itineraries include Wadi El Seboua and the Temple of Ramses II, Kasr Ibrim, and the Temple of Amada saved by the flooding of the reservoir.
During the routes, there is the opportunity to visit the Sound and Light Show at the Abu Simbel Temple at night.
How to participate in our Lake Nasser cruise? Fly from Cairo or Luxor to Aswan, book one of our Nile Cruises from Luxor to Aswan, or catch the sleeper of the train to Aswan.
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M/S Omar El Khayam Lake Nasser Cruise

M/S Omar El Khayam Lake Nasser cruise is the newest five star ship to sail in Lake Nasser. Discover magnificent ancient Nubian temples along the shores of Lake Nasser. Once sited by the River Nile, these temples were rescued and rebuilt in the 1960’s by UNESCO in order to protect them from the rising water levels when the High Dam was built and Lake Nasser created.

Mövenpick Prince Abbas Lake Nasser Cruise

Enjoy breakfast during sailing to Kasr Ibrim. in arrival, a view from the ship’s sun deck will be conducted, as entrance to the site is not permitted. Depart, and sail to Abu Simbel. After lunch on board, visit the Temples of Abu Simbel. back to Prince Abbas for a candlelight dinner. Overnight on board.

MS Eugenie Lake Nasser Cruise

Eugenie lake Nasser cruise is the first five star ship to sail Lake Nasser, launched a new era of tourism, offering travelers fresh vistas of Egypt’s natural beauty and archeological treasures. Lake Nasser extended the boundaries of Egypt’s touristic possibilities, while the Eugenie reminds us of this ancient country’s endless capacity for renewal.