Abu Simbel from Aswan by bus Day Tour

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Day Tour to Abu Simbel from Aswan by Bus

A daily bus tour from Aswan to Abu Simbel offers an exceptional experience to explore this magnificent archaeological site and relish its historical grandeur. Abu Simbel from Aswan by bus: a journey that takes you through time to explore the wonders of the Pharaohs and the beauty of the Nubian desert.

After exploring the temples and marveling at their splendor, the tour usually includes some free time to enjoy the surroundings, take photos, and shop for souvenirs before returning to Aswan.

The Abu Simbel Temple is considered one of the greatest temples of the ancient world.

Aswan to Abu Simbel Day Trip

these temples are recognized definitely the finest masterpieces of the ancient world not just in Egypt and the most wonderful Egyptian temples, and the highlights of all Egypt Classic tours, Book your Aswan Excursions now or join Aswan Tours groups to save up to 15 % during all tours and things to do in Aswan! Enjoy our Aswan to Abu Simbel Day Trip!

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  • All pick-up services during all our Egypt day tours and Aswan Day Trips from any hotel or home address in Aswan and return.
  • All transportation will be organized by an exclusive air-conditioned vehicle.
  • One of the best tour guides will accompany you during your visit from Aswan to Abu Simbel Day Trip.
  • Admission ticket to the temples of Abu Simbel.
  • Mineral water will be distributed during Aswan Excursions.
  • All taxes and service charges are included in the Day Tour to Abu Simbel from Aswan.

Your Egyptologist guide assigned by Cairo Top Tours will meet you at your hotel lobby to start your amazing day Tour to Abu Simbel from Aswan by Bus. Your personal driver and tour guide will transfer you by bus to enjoy the best Aswan Tours and the best things to do in Aswan which is known as the temple of Abu Simbel, the two temples of Abu Simbel are cut into the mountain rocks by King Ramses II of the nineteenth dynasty who built these magnificent temples for himself and his favorite wife queen Nefertari.

the temples of Abu Simbel are considered to be the treasures of ancient Egyptian art and architecture and evidence of the glory and majesty of the New Kingdom Pharaohs, they show the wealth of the Egyptian empire generated as a result of the military operations into Asian and African countries. The Egyptian government and UNESCO led an international salvage campaign to move the two temples of Abu Simbel saving them from being submerged by the increasing water of Lake Nasser behind the high dam.

The Temple of Ramses II is dedicated to the four universal gods Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and to Ramses II himself. The great Abu Simbel temple is also called The Sun Temple of Ramses II. The smaller temple is built for his favorite wife, the Nubian Queen Nefertari, the temple is dedicated to the cow Goddess of love and music Hathor.

2 times every year, on February 21 and October, in an act of astronomical perfection, magic is done and the sun goes through the temple at dawn to illuminate the statues of the gods. The Temple of Nefertari, Pharaoh's beloved wife. of smaller size but similar beauty, the facade of this temple has six figures carved in the rock and its interior also has nothing to envy that of the main temple.

After exploring the site and taking the most memorable photos assisted by our professional guides who join you during all our Aswan day trips and Excursions, you will then start moving back to Aswan.



1 Person

$220 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$130 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$90 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$70 Per Person

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It takes 3 hours to arrive at Abu Simbel, so we pick you up early in the morning by private car with a personal tour guide. We can also pick you up when you want, and this is no problem for us.

The Abu Simbel from Aswan by bus Day Tour is a fantastic experience that takes you to the iconic Abu Simbel Temples, known for their massive statues and historical significance. You can expect a comfortable bus ride from Aswan to Abu Simbel, guided tours of the temples, and ample time to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Yes, Abu Simbel is considered safe for visitation. The Egyptian authorities implement strict security measures to protect the archaeological site, ensuring a safe environment for visitors. It is essential to follow general security guidelines during the visit.

The Temple of State, also known as the Temple of Hathor and Nefertari is one of two temples at the Abu Simbel archaeological site, along with the Great Temple of Ramesses II. Both temples are iconic and important historical landmarks.

However, visiting Abu Simbel from Aswan on a day tour usually includes an excursion that focuses primarily on the Great Temple of Ramesses II due to time constraints. The distance between Aswan and Abu Simbel is large (about 3-4 hours drive each way), making it difficult to completely cover both temples in one day.

Exploring Abu Simbel Temple is considered a wonderful and exciting experience for tourists, as this unique archaeological site provides an opportunity to discover the amazing heritage of ancient Egypt. Here's how tourists can explore Abu Simbel and the attractions it offers:

    Explore the temples.

    See the huge statues of Ramesses II.

    Enjoy the Pharaonic architecture.

    Enjoy the natural location.

    Explore the small museum.

Yes, there are many exciting water tourism activities in Aswan due to its location on the Nile River. Some of these activities include:

    Sailing Boat Trips (Falafela): You can rent a traditional sailing boat with a local crew for a unique experience on the Nile River.

    Luxury Nile Boat Cruises: You can also enjoy luxury cruises on well-equipped Nile boats.

    Boating trips: You can rent a small boat for a trip on the Nile River to enjoy the stunning views of the city.

    Fishing trips: For fishing lovers, fishing trips can be organized on the Nile River.

    Diving Trips: Although I don't have specific information about dive centers in Aswan, some areas may offer snorkelling experiences.

    Airboat Trips (Jet Ski): If you are looking for an exciting experience, you can try riding a jet ski.

Abu Simbel is a special temple built to honor a powerful king named Ramses II. It has giant statues of him outside to show how strong he was. People visit the temple to worship him like a god after he died.


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