Aswan is a Nubian city located in southern Egypt. Egypt online tour presents you with unique and special Egypt day tours, one of them is Aswan day tours. It has many tourist areas, such as the High Dam. It is considered one of the engineering masterpieces to protect Egypt from the flood as well as an iconic sight in Egypt tours.
There are many temples that you can visit during the Aswan excursions, like Abu Simbel that consider must-see attractions in Egypt. The face of the temple consists of 4 statues of Ramses. Abu simple temple is considered the most archaeological temple in the Aswan governorate. It is a significant attraction in the things to do in Aswan because it is famous for the phenomenon of the perpendicular sun on the face of the statue twice a year.
You can also take a tour of Kalabsha temple. There you will enjoy The history of kings and ancient Egyptian history. Kalabsha temple is an ancient Egyptian temple called Kalabsha according to the city. In the temple, there are statues of many kings such as Ptolemy. Consider the inscriptions on its walls as evidence that the temple was turned into a church during that time. The temple is highly recommended to visit by our customers that visit it through our Egypt travel packages. There is another destination where you can visit the Philae temple and the Unfinished Obelisk. Philae temple is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Egypt ever. Philae temple is located on the island and the water around it. So you can enjoy a tour Nile cruise around the temple, check here for more information about Nile cruises. When you arrive you can take amazing photos.
If you want to discover the Nubian lifestyle and culture, you can go to have a good time with a cultural trip to a Nubian village by motorboat. We will take you on a Nile cruise to reach Nuba village from Aswan. The Nubian Village is located on the West Bank of the River Nile in Aswan.
There, you will enjoy Nubian songs, the shape of Nubian houses, Nubian food, and clothing. You can take the most beautiful pictures there.
After you end your Aswan day tours and enjoy all its attractions you can move to explore Luxor day tours from Aswan with our tour guide to complete your entertainment. we will visit Luxor the valley of the king and a variety of temples. Aswan day trips are considered one of the most beautiful destinations. Don't miss the opportunity and book Aswan excursions now and ask about Cairo day tours from Aswan if you are searching for another historical sight. While if you need to change the style of attractions ask about Sharm El Sheikh day trips from Aswan.
The great Abu Simbel temple is also called The Sun Temple of RamssessII.The Temple of Queen Nefertari is also Called Temple of Hathor who was the wife of the Sun God so in a symbolic way, the two Temples, that of Ramsses II and that of Nefertari, bring Ramesses II, Nefertari, Hathor and the Sun God together as one.
Starting From : 90 USD
The day tour of Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum with us at Egypt Online Tour begins by picking you up from your hotel in Aswan. Then we head towards the Temple of Kalabsha which has been dismantled and re-established on a hill nearby the High Dam site at Western Bank. The Kalabsha Temple was originally constructed by Toutmosis II and Amenophis II at Kalabsha which is 40 miles south of Aswan and was re-established during the Roman invasion.
Starting From : 50 USD
Get ready to enjoy a private guided day tour to Luxor from Aswan accompanied by our professional tour guide. We will pick you up from your Aswan hotel and then you will be transferred by a private air conditioned vehicle to Luxor. We will start this trip while visiting the Valley of Kings – the final resting place for Egyptian rulers from the eighteenth to twentieth dynasty. There’re innumerable kings that were buried in this valley. Here you will tombs encompassing the great Pharaoh Ramses II & boy Pharaoh Tutankhamen.
Starting From : 90 USD
Your trip will begin with a visit to the High Dam, an engineering wonder constructed in 1960 shielding Egypt from yearly flood happens because of the Nile. Then we will proceed to see the Unfinished Obelisk which demonstrated the methods employed by the primeval Egyptians to incise obelisks. According to the history this obelisk belongs to Queen Hatshepsut – a popular during the eighteenth dynasty and the other half of king Tuthmosis II. Queen Hatshepsut was believed to be the possessor of Al Deir El-Bahari temple located in Luxor’s eastern bank. Also, there’s some assumption that it belongs to Queen Nefertiti. Then we will see the grandiose Philae Temple which was constructed on the admiration of goddess Isis – who’s the main divine being of the islet. Then travel back to your hotel in the comfort of an AC car.
Starting From : 50 USD
The Abu Simbel Sun Festival is a bi-annual festival that takes place at the splendid shrine of Ramses II in the south of Egypt. On 2 days of the year, the main part of the shrine is lightened by the sun. For a brief span of time as the sun completely lines up with the generally masked interior, light is shed on the seated figurines of Ramses II (pharaoh), Ra (sun god), and Amun (king of the gods). Only the figurine of Ptah stays in the shadows. This festival has been taking place for more than 3,200 years. Domestic tourists, international travelers, and locals gather before sunrise to see the lighting as the sun rises & cuts through the shadows of the shrine’s inner compartment. To get to the heart of the temple tourists must first stroll through the remarkable entrance with its grandiose façade of colossal figurines. You will arrive at the grand hall enclosed by 2 treasury rooms & through to the Hypostyle Hall with adorned pillars & bas-reliefs embellishing the walls. A second pillared lobby guide to the sanctuary where the 4 sculptures are seated & the crowd stands two people deep from the exterior walls to let the sun get through the interior.
Starting From : 95 USD
If you want to take delight in exploring the lifestyle, culture and tradition of the Nubian people, then you can opt for our cultural trip to Nubian village by motorboat. We at Egypt Online Tour will make sure that you enjoy the best on this trip. Our tour guide will pick you from your hotel in Aswan or from the Nile cruise in Aswan to sail on the Nile by a motorboat to the Nubian Village. The Nubian Village is located on the West Bank of the River Nile in Aswan and just opposite to the Soheil Island near the Aswan Dam passing by the First Cataract of Aswan.
Starting From : 30 USD
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A day tour from Aswan to Abu Simbel Temple by Car costs $90 per person.
A couple of days: You need full two days to explore the attractions in Aswan day tours including Philea Temple, Kom Ombo Temple, Edfu Temple, Abu Simbel Temple, and the High Dam. Don't forget to sail by a felucca in the Nubian Village.