Welcome to an unparalleled journey down the Nile River and beyond. An experience where the ancient wonders of Egypt are amplified by the soulful, deep, rhythmic sounds of house music.
DRUM. MUSIC. DANCE
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Welcome to Tambor Cruise Egypt, where the magic of ancient history meets the electrifying energy of modern music! As you embark on this unforgettable 8 days and 7 nights journey on and along the Nile River, get ready to be swept away by some of Egypt's most iconic destinations, including Luxor, the Nile River, and Aswan, experiencing the country's rich culture and history in a way that's completely unique and unforgettable.
Luxor, Egypt is a land of endless beauty, significance, and appeal. Known as the "world's greatest open-air museum," Luxor is a city steeped in ancient history and vibrant culture.
With its magnificent temples, colossal statues, and awe-inspiring tombs, Luxor offers visitors a glimpse into the remarkable achievements of ancient civilizations as well as a range of modern amenities and conveniences, making it a top destination for travelers from around the world. Luxor is a city that promises to captivate your heart.
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As you sail down this ancient river, passing by breathtaking historical sites and modern marvels, you can't help but feel a sense of awe and reverence for the power and beauty of this magnificent waterway.
The Nile is more than just a river, it's a symbol of life, a source of inspiration, and a journey that will take your breath away. Come and experience the magic of the Nile, and let it take you on a journey of discovery and wonder that you will never forget.
Nestled along the banks of the Nile, Aswan is a city that effortlessly blends ancient history with modern charm. From the colorful markets and bustling cafes to the awe-inspiring temples and ruins, there's something for everyone in this enchanting destination.
Aswan is home to some of Egypt's most iconic landmarks, including the Temple of Philae, the Unfinished Obelisk, and the Nubian Museum, each offering a glimpse into the region's rich history and culture.
The City Of The Sun Welcomes You
Luxor, the city of the sun, is a mesmerizing destination that takes you on a journey through time. Nestled on the east bank of the Nile, this majestic city was once the ancient capital of Egypt and home to the pharaohs.
Today, Luxor remains a testament to the grandeur and beauty of ancient Egyptian civilization, boasting some of the most significant historical sites in the world. The city's allure lies in its magnificent temples, royal tombs, and monumental statues that have stood the test of time, and continue to captivate visitors from all over the globe.
From the stunning Karnak Temple Complex, the world's largest religious complex, to the Valley of the Kings, where the tombs of the pharaohs were laid to rest, Luxor offers a glimpse into the mystical and magical world of ancient Egypt. Moreover, the charming town that surrounds these historical treasures adds to the appeal of Luxor, with its bustling bazaars, lively cafes, and friendly locals.
Whether you are a history buff or just seeking an unforgettable adventure, Luxor promises to leave a lasting impression on your soul.
The Lifeblood of Egypt
The Nile River, the lifeblood of Egypt, is one of the most captivating natural wonders on the planet. This majestic river stretches over 4,000 miles through the heart of Africa, nourishing the land and the people along its banks. As it winds its way through the desert, the Nile gives birth to an oasis of life, creating a lush and fertile environment that has sustained civilizations for thousands of years.
In ancient Egypt it was believed that the Nile River is the gateway to life and death and the afterlife. This is why the tombs are built on the west side of the Nile because the west was considered the place of death since the sun god Ra set in the west each day.
The Nile river is one of the most spiritually considered rivers in the world. The Egyptians believed that water was the purest form of spiritual significance. The Egyptians were of the opinion that the Nile River was actually a gift of God to the people.
It was also believed that the Mighty River Nile signified the backbone of the human body.
A Paradise For The Adventurous Soul
Welcome to Aswan, a city that embodies the beauty and magic of Egypt in its purest form. Nestled on the banks of the Nile, Aswan is a breathtaking destination that boasts an unparalleled combination of natural beauty and historical significance.
Towering sandstone cliffs, felucca (traditional sailboat) filled waters, and a line through the Nile River that winds through the stunning islands that dot its surface- Aswan is truly a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.
Beyond its natural splendor, Aswan is also a cultural hub that has played a pivotal role in Egypt's rich history.
The city is home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the country, including the majestic Nubian Museum, which showcases the history and culture of the Nubian people. Aswan is also known for its vibrant markets, where visitors can immerse themselves in the sights, sounds, and flavors of traditional Egyptian culture. With its unique blend of natural beauty and cultural significance, Aswan promises an experience unlike any other- a journey that will stay with you forever.