Explore the most popular and well-known sites on Aswan day tours. Walk on the High Dam which separates Lake Nasser from the Nile and enjoy the beauty of Philae Temple’s island location. Through our guided Egypt Day tours in Aswan, you will hear the stories of the Egyptian Gods and Kings and the meaning of the drawings on the walls of the temples. The guided Egypt tours always add a meaning to your trip in any destination.
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This tour begins in the beautiful Aswan city with a pleasant boat ride to the small island of Philae. Ptolemy II built the temple on this island in honor of the goddess Isis. It also holds the astonishing unfinished obelisk, which was claimed as the world’s largest obelisk until it, unfortunately, cracked.
The contrast between the ancient past and present will be striking as you arrive through your tour at your next destination in Aswan, the celebrated Aswan Dam from the best things to do in Aswan, a gigantic and great piece of engineering work that was launched by the British Empire during its occupation of the country and concluded by the Egyptians in the middle of the last century.
Explore Abu Simbel tour, you will meet these legendary temples, unique in Egypt for having been carved in the cliff of the Western Desert by Ramses II in the thirteenth century BC.
Explore one of the most attractive and successful tours in Aswan and we believe that their success is primarily due to the contact you have with the local population and especially with the Nubians.
The Temple of Isis in Philae was built during the time of Ptolemy II (Egypt's Greco-Roman Period) and is dedicated to Isis, Osiris, and Horus. The temple of Philae walls depict episodes from Egyptian mythology, such as Isis resurrecting Osiris, giving birth to Horus, and mummifying Osiris after his death.
Aswan High Dam is a dam over the Nile River in Egypt, north of Aswan. It is 364 feet (111 meters) high and 12,562 feet (3,830 meters) long and was built 4 miles (6 kilometers) upstream from the previous Aswan Dam (1902).
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