Edfu River Nile Cruises in Egypt

Visit Edfu with Amarante Nile Cruises

Amarante Nile Cruises, luxury Luxor to Aswan Nile River cruises dock at Edfu on the River Nile, allowing you time to visit Edfu along the River Nile with Amarante Nile Cruises.

(Edfu is located about 33 miles south of Esna and our luxury Amarante Nile Cruises dock at Edfu allowing you time to visit its famous temples along the River Nile.)

Ptolemaic Period Temples at Edfu

The Temple of Horus in Edfu (also known as the Temple of Edfu) is considered the best preserved temple in Egypt. This partly because it was built later than most in the Ptolemaic era from 237 to 57 BC. Some other additions were advanced by other Ptolemaic kings and Roman Emperor Augustus and it eventually took approximately 180 years to complete!

Egyptian Temples of the New Kingdom at Edfu

The Edfu Monument consists of traditional elements of Egyptian temples of the New Kingdom together with a few Greek elements, such as the Mammisi which is situated to the West of the main entrance of the temple.

Visit Edfu on your Nile cruise vacation with Amarante Nile Cruises

Docking at the Nile River destination of Edfu, an Amarante Nile Cruise allows you to explore Edfu from the comfort of our luxury River Nile cruise ships Isis and Osiris.


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Amarante Nile Cruises

Cruise the River Nile between Luxor and Aswan in Upper Egypt with Amarante Nile Cruises. Enter our world of comfort and supreme luxury on board our legendary twin River Nile cruise ships, Isis and Osiris.

Amarante's Luxury River Nile Cruises Available until January 2013

Sail the River Nile between the historical ports of Luxor and Aswan, stopping along the way to sightsee at the Valley of the Kings, the temple of Karnak... and some of Egypt's most famous monuments. These three and four night cruises are available from now until the end of January 2013.