Relax on a 5-day 6 nights from Aswan and explore the real civilization of the Nile by visiting Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the High Dam, Philae Temple .
Visit the royal tombs of the Pharos at the Valley of the Kings
Make your way to Luxor, Karnak Complex, and the Hatshepsut Temple
Go back in time to the ancient Egyptian world as you glance into the Philae Temple, High Dam.
Tour is suitable for all ages and all genders.
Go on a private full day tour of the Giza Pyramids, the Sphinx,
Go inside of the Great Pyramids
View the Step Pyramid in Sakkara, only 27km from Cairo
Tour the marvels of the Egyptian Museum
The Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, also known as the Djoser-Djeseru (Ancient Egyptian: ḏsr ḏsrw “Holy of Holies”).
The twin statues depict Amenhotep III (fl. 14th century BC) in a seated position.
The Karnak Temple Complex, commonly known as Karnak.
Comprises a vast mix of decayed temples.
Luxor Temple is a large Ancient Egyptian temple complex. Located on the east bank of the Nile River.
The complex is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the “Nubian Monuments” which run from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae (near Aswan). The twin temples were originally carved out of the mountainside in the 13th century BC.
Philae Island is an island in the Nile, The name Philae or Velay comes from the Greek language .
The Nubian villages is such a cheerful sight for being painted with bright colors, and inhabited by Nubians whom population
Aswan Botanical Garden , One can view the many types of subtropical, exotic.
In Early morning you will visit the Temple of Abu Simbel
Upon reaching the site and exploring the temples that were constructed in the 13th century BC. Enjoy the giant facade of the Temple of Ramses II, which represents four huge seated statues of Ramses. Enter inside the temple through a man-made rock cave that leads to a series of halls and rooms.
The most prominent feature of Abu Simbel Temple is that the building is oriented in such a way that the morning sun shines twice a year along with the inner temple and illuminates the statues of the four gods sitting at the end of the temple.
then go back to your hotel.
take a 1.5-hour drive to the Temple of Kom Ombo, built in devotion to the divine deities overlooking the east side of the River Nile. Learn about the structures of the temple and how it was built in honor of two great divinities: the falcon-headed Horus or Haroeris, and the crocodile-headed god of fertility, Sobek.
Next, Once in Edfu, enjoy an enthralling visit to the Temple of Horus. Marvel at the best-preserved religious place in Egypt with imposing sandstone structures of Horus, the god of protection. In accordance with the mythology of Egyptian gods, explore the site where Horus sought revenge upon Seth, the god of chaos, for murdering his father, Osiris.
After spending a marvelous hour walking around the temple, it will be time for a lunch break in the city of Aswan. From here, dropped off at your hotel in Aswan
After breakfast, you will visit the West Bank
Visit the West Bank of Luxor and tour the Valley of the Kings. Dive into the tombs of famous Pharaohs of ancient Egypt. Proceed to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, dedicated to the only female ruler, who ruled Egypt for 20 years with wealth and peace.then visit statue of memnon.
After that, you will visit East Bank
start visiting the beautiful monuments of ancient Egypt with a guided tour of the East Bank of Luxor. Discover the Complex of Karnak Temple, the largest temple in the world, and the magnificent Luxor Temple, a large ancient Egyptian temple.
Then go back to the hotel in Aswan .
After breakfast,make your way first to the Aswan High Dam, a rock-fill dam located at the northern border between Egypt and Sudan. Admire a structure considered to be the fourth pyramid of Egypt, which is fed by the River Nile. See where the reservoir forms Lake Nasser, hear about the dam’s construction, then proceed to the “unfinished obelisk,” the largest known ancient obelisk.
At 12 PM, continue your Aswan tour by visiting the marvelous Temple of Philae, one of Nubia’s most important monuments. This large temple complex was an ancient pilgrimage center for the cult of Isis and was venerated from the Pharaonic era up to the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods with each ruler adding their own stamp onto the stones here.
Once the temples have worked their charms on you, tuck into a tasty lunch at a quality restaurant in Aswan . After lunch, go back to your hotel
After breakfast,Arrive at the first stop of the tour, the Botanical Gardens on Lord Kitchener Island, home to an array of plants that were imported from all over the wold in the 1800s. Enjoy some free time to stroll around the gardens, admiring the majestic palm trees that line the walkways including the Sabal Palm and Phonic Palm as well as Ficus trees and other beautiful bougainvillea trees.
Then,head to the Nile River, which has had an incomparable role in developing Egyptian civilization. Cruise down the river to the Nubian village situated opposite Soheil Island, close to the Aswan Dam pass. Once there, trace out the different aspects of traditional life and culture in the village by meeting native people.
To understand more, wander among the houses in lush palm groves and admire their varied colors: sky blue, yellow, pink, and more. Spend some time shopping for some delightful handcrafted gifts before sailing back along the River Nile.
then you will go to Ferial Garden
The tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel in Aswan.