Aswan Excursions

A rang of Excursions from & in Aswan visiting the famed sightseeing in EgyptAbu Simble Temple, Philae Temple and more in Aswan, and enjoy visiting Temples of Luxor and more there.

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Philae Temple and High Dam tour

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    $58.00
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Enjoy our day tour to the most renowned sites in Aswan. Our guide will accompany you to enjoy visiting the Philae Temple and the High Dam.

Visit Tombs of Nobles

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    $36.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to visit tombs of Nobles, which is considered as a masterpiece of art, located on the west bank of Aswan. Tombs of nobles represent wonderful ancient art. They are carved by sandstone. It represents the importance of the Middle and the old Kingdoms. The most important tombs in the tombs of Nobles are Harkhuf, Sarenput II, and the tomb of Sabni and Mekho

Kalabsha Temple, High Dam and Philae temple tour

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    $79.00
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Start your tour to visit kalabsha Temple which was originally built by Thutmosis II and Amenophis II at Kalabsha, and was restored during the Roman conquest. Then, Visit the High Dam, The dam provides significant benefits to the people of Egypt. At the time of its construction, the High Dam was responsible for around 50 % of the electricity production in Egypt. Then, Visit Philae Temple which is dedicated to the goddess Isis, was once set on a holy island in the Nile River, the site of many pilgrimages. Philae rose to prominence during the Ptolomaic Dynasty as the center of the cult of the goddess Isis.

Philae temple and Unfinished Obelisk tour

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    $56.00
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Start your tour to visit Philae temple which is dedicated to the goddess Isis, was once set on a holy island in the Nile River, the site of many pilgrimages. Visit the temple to learn about the temple's history, as well as Isis, who was a very important goddess in ancient times. If you think of the stages of planning and carrying out the work of the great Obelisks, that comes before these monuments were erected. The Unfinished Obelisk is a an opportunity to consider what this process might have been like and just how difficult it was to shape and carve the great stone blocks that make up Egypt’s many monuments. This huge obelisk would have stood 140 feet in height, the largest even in Egypt.

Visit St. Simeon Monastery

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    $45.00
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Start your tour to visit St. Simeon Monastery which is located opposing the southern tip of the Elephantine Island. Learn the story of the monks that used Elephantine Island as a basecamp for missionary trips into Nubia, and find graffiti left by Islamic pilgrims during their long journeys to Mecca.

Visit Philae temple

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    $47.00
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Visit Philae temple; this beautiful temple complex is one of the most picturesque in all of Egypt. It sits on Agilika Island just south of the old Aswan Dam and you must ride a motor boat in the river to the island to get to there, The Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, was once set on a holy island in the Nile River, the site of many pilgrimages.

Sound and Light at Philae temple

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    $47.00
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Enjoy the spectacular Sound & light show at Philae Temple. The show is an extraordinary voice and light by walking through the site’s temples and gardens, with full narration explaining the legend of Isis, to whom the temple is dedicated and recounts the temple’s history through the ages. Enjoy the History of the area and the myth of Isis and Osiris.

Aswan city tour by Horse carriage

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    $25.00
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Explore Aswan local life by horse carriage

Nubian village by motorboat

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    $33.00
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Take a motorboat to visit the Nubian Village, it is located on West Bank of the River Nile in Aswan, and near the Aswan Dam passing by the First Cataract of Aswan, meet and spend time with Nubian people in their village, take a walk to explore the island on your own, strolling through brightly-painted villages, and chatting with the locals

High dam and Unfinished Obelisk tour

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    $47.00
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Visit the dam, discover the incredible wonders of this engineering miracle. Built in the 1960s, this impressive structure allows travelers to look out over Lake Nasser towards the Kalabsha temple and take in unique views of the huge power plant further to the north. The dam is only about a 15-minute drive south of Aswan, If you think of the stages of planning and carrying out the work of the great Obelisks, that comes before these monuments were erected. The Unfinished Obelisk is a an opportunity to consider what this process might have been like and just how difficult it was to shape and carve the great stone blocks that make up Egypt’s many monuments.

Felucca ride to visit Botanical Gardens ( Kitchener's island)

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    $36.00
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Start sailing on the Nile by the felucca to visit the Botanical Gardens, which is rich of its plants that were imported from all over the world In the year of 1899, the garden whose 16.8 acres (6.8 hectares) of palm trees, sandalwood, and exotic plants, it is home to many exotic species of plants and trees imported from all around the world.

Felucca ride around Elephantine island and Botanical Gardens

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    $34.00
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Start sailing on the Nile by your private felucca around Elephantine Island and Botanical Gardens where you will glimpse Agha Khan Mausoleum, located on the top of a hill, commanding a panoramic view of Aswan area on the West Bank the desolate hillside is dotted with the Tombs of the Nobles as you sail by.

Visit Kalabsha Temple

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    $36.00
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Experience our day tour to Kalabsha temple which was originally built by Thutmosis II and Amenophis II at Kalabsha, and was restored during the Roman conquest.

Day tour Aswan to Abu Simbel by Air

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    $69.00
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Experience our day tour to Abu Simbel by air and visit the two Temples of Abu Simbel, with their unique style, are considered to be the masterpieces of ancient Egypt. They reflect the glory and grandeur of the new Kingdom. The temples date back to the reign of King Ramses II (1290-1223 BC).

Luxor Overday from Aswan

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    $208.00
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Leave your hotel in Aswan to visit the most renowned sightseeing in Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut temple, Luxor and Karnak temples in the East bank

Day tour Aswan to Abu Simbel by bus

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    $142.00
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Experience our day tour to Abu Simbel by air-conditioned vehicle, and visit the majestic temples carved in huge rocks, on the bank of Lake Nasser.

Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum tour

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    $60.00
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Experience our day tour to the displaced Kalabsha Temple and the Nubian Museum where you will find traditional artifacts of the Nubian civilization.

Philae Temple, High Dam & Unfinished Obelisk tour

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    $68.00
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Enjoy our day tour to the most renowned sites in Aswan. Our guide will accompany you to enjoy visiting the Philae Temple, the Unfinished Obelisk and the High Dam.

Visit Nubian Museum

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    $40.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to visit Nubian Museum, which is considered to be one of the most important Egyptian museums. Featuring exhibits and artifacts from the surrounding sites, the Museum opened its doors in November 1997. This museum displays thousands of antiquities that would have been lost under the waters of Lake Nasser. This museum takes its name from the ancient Egyptian Nbu, meaning gold, in reference to the area’s famous gold mines Moreover; you will enjoy scenes of Nubian life demonstrated with a range of life-size displays. The architecture of the Museum and the enclosure walls are intended to show traditional Nubian village architecture, as it was along the Nubian Nile before the region was flooded by Lake Nasser. You will see some of the most important artifacts before allowing you free time to explore the museum at your leisure. The building is set within a landscape, on graded levels, that includes a sequence of waterfalls. When the waterway reaches the lower part of the garden, it divides into 2 branches to surround an open-air stage and amphitheater. The remaining 43,000 square meters have been planted with palm trees, flowers, and climbing plants, spread over natural rocks