Aswan Trips from Marsa Alam
Enjoy a private 2 day Aswan trips from Marsa Alam to Visit the most famous attractions in Aswan like: The High Dam, The Unfinished Obelisk, Philae Temple, then overnight. Next day, tour to the “Two Temples of Abu Simbel“, then return back to Aswan and transfer by car to Marsa Alam.
|Aswan and Abu Simbel.|
Pick Up / Drop Off Point
|Duration||2 Day / 1 Night.|
|Pick up service from your hotel in Marsa Alam and return.
Egyptologist tour guides during the day trips.
Entrance fees to the mentioned historical places.
All transfers by a modern air-conditioned vehicle.
Mineral water on board your vehicle.
One Night accommodation in Aswan at 5* Hotel.
2 Lunch meals in Aswan .
All Service Charges and Taxes.
Any Extras not mentioned in the Itinerary.
Aswan Tours from Marsa Alam
Morning time, start your Aswan tours from Marsa Alam by picking you up from your hotel by a modern private A.C. Car to Aswan. Upon arrival, you will join your Egyptologist tour guide to explore Ancient Egyptian Civilization by visiting:
The High Dam:
It was built across the Nile at Aswan and was constructed between 1960 and 1970, and has had a significant effect on the economy and culture of Egypt.
The Unfinished Obelisk:
The largest obelisk in ancient time. It was ordered by Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC) to complement the Lateran Obelisk (which was originally at Karnak} and was later brought to the Lateran Palace in Rome.
The temple dedicated to goddess Isis of Love and beauty. The temple complex was dismantled and relocated to nearby Agilkia Island as part of the UNESCO Nubia Campaign project, protecting this and other complexes before the 1970 completion of the Aswan High Dam.
Abu Simbel Tour from Marsa Alam
Early morning, breakfast boxes then join your private tour guide to visit Abu Simbel:-
Abu Simbel Temple:
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.
Two massive rock temples in Abu Simbel. The twin temples were originally carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II in the 13th century BC, as a lasting monument to himself and his Queen Nefertari, to commemorate his victory at the Battle of Kadesh.