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Aswan Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple

Aswan Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple

8 Days
Group, Private, Small Group
NOT included
International flights are NOT included
Explore the allure of Aswan by visiting Aswan Dam, Unfinished Obelisk, and Philae Temple, watch the charm of Aswan Dam, head to the Gigantic Unfinished Obelisk, know more about Philae Temple, then Discover the Great Heritage and more via United Guides Travel.
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Nile Cruise Luxor to Aswan

5 Days
Private
Cruise
International flights are NOT included
We provide an experienced Nile Cruise tour to cover all ancient Egyptian history with our private Egyptology who will narrate all history. 5 days Nile Cruise starts from Luxor to visit East and West Bank Luxor highlights, The Temple of Karnak & the Temple of Luxor, The Valley of the Kings, The Colossi of Memnon, and The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El Deir El Bahari. We continue our journey to Aswan and enjoy a full-day tour of this city to discover Aswan highlights. This package includes 5-stars floating hotel cruising accommodation, Nile Dolphine Cruise.
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#Tour to Cairo

Tour to Cairo, Giza, Luxor and Aswan

7 Days
Private
4 Star Hotel
International flights are NOT included
Enjoy your vacation in Egypt with Egyptian Egyptology accompany to tell you the secrets and ancient Egypt history. Enjoy your vacation in Egypt with 7 days tour to Cairo, Luxor, Giza, and Aswan. Visit Sakkara and Memphis, Luxor east and the west bank, Aswan historic sites, and the temple of Abu Simbel before returning back to Cairo.
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Nile Cruise Luxor to Aswan MS Royal Esadora Nile Cruise

5 Days
Private
Cruise
International flights are NOT included
We provide an experienced Nile Cruise tour to cover all ancient Egyptian history with our private Egyptology who will narrate all history. 5 days Nile Cruise starts from Luxor to visit East and West Bank Luxor highlights, The Temple of Karnak & the Temple of Luxor, The Valley of the Kings, The Colossi of Memnon, and The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El Deir El Bahari. We continue our journey to Aswan and enjoy a full-day tour of this city to discover Aswan highlights.
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#Nile Cruise

Cairo, Aswan, Nile Cruise tour with Domestic Flight

8 Days
Private
4 Star Hotel, Cruise
International flights are NOT included
This is the best Egypt package which covers 3 main cities in Egypt Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. If you love history, don't hesitate to book this package. Enjoy 7 days of unique holiday in Egypt and visit Giza pyramids and Egyptian Museum, Kombo Temple in Aswan, Edfu Temple, East, and West bank Luxor, and finally Coptic Cairo and Islamic Cairo.
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Things To Do in Aswan

Philae Temple (Temple of Isis)
The ancient Egyptians constructed a temple dedicated to the important goddess Isis in the holy island of Philae in the Nile River. Isis was dubbed the Mother of God, the kings’ protector and healer, and life-giver. Due to the construction of the Aswan Dam and the High Aswan Dam, the island submerged. To protect the temple endangered by the river damming, a dam was built surrounding the island.

 

Visit the Spice Market
The spice market is situated in the heart of Aswan near the train station on the Nile banks. This favorite spot in whole Egypt, with its stalls full of spices, fabrics, various kinds of treasures, and silverware, is the best tourist destination to hunt for souvenirs. You’ll also find the best pepper, nutmeg, cloves, bergamot, saffron, cinnamon, Karkade, perfumes, and unique Nubian embroideries. Whether a shopaholic or not, don’t miss this market in Aswan.

 

Nubian Museum
Nubian Museum is the best place for history lovers and those interested in ancient Nubia’s culture to hear the story of a destroyed civilization by the rise of the Aswan Dam. You’ll find many black and white photos of the fantastic project of saving the Abu Simbel and Philae temples from the rising waters of the dam. The ethnographic section showcases a stunning collection of Nubian folk art and handicrafts. Remember to visit the Fatimid cemetery right behind the museum, which is a mud-brick mausoleum.

 

Elephantine Island
If you’re escaping from the noise of urban life, head to Elephantine Island. The largest island in the Nile is a perfect spot to wander around the peaceful streets of the ancient Nubian villages of Siou and Koti. These villages are well-known for their bright wall paintings sparkling the life everywhere in the air. It was a trading center for ivory in ancient times and a strategic departure site for the military during the Pharaonic period.

 

Temple of Kalabsha
The Temple of Kalabsha was constructed in honor of Mandulis, the Lower Nubian sun god. This ancient structure is the prime destination for tourists seeking to travel through time and explore Egyptian’s incredible past. Constructed under Augustus’s rule, Kalabshis famous for its historical records and wall inscriptions, and intricate stone carvings.

 

Aswan Botanical Garden
Are you a nature lover? So, Aswan Botanical Garden is just the perfect place housing Indian, African, and other global flowers, plants, trees in an area of 16 acres, offering you unforgettable scenery and breathtaking views of its natural beauty. You’ll find over 400 species of subtropical vegetation.

 

St. Simeon Monastery
St. Simeon Monastery was initially built in honor of saint Abba Hedra. In the 10th century, the fortress-like 7th-century Monastery was renovated in dedication to St. Simeon. From then on, monks traveled to Nubia dreaming of converting the Nubians to Christianity; at last, Salah ad-Din demolished the structure in 1173. Encircled by desert sands, the religious site was constructed on two levels, where the upper level is made of mud brick, and the lower is made of stone.

 

Aga Khan Mausoleum
Don’t miss out on visiting the Tomb of Mohammed Shah Aga Khan, located on the west bank on top of a hill overlooking the Nile. Enjoy the tranquility of the area on top and soak up the breathtaking views.

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