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Tour to Kom Ombo and Edfu from Aswan

Price Starting From : $70

Tour to Kom Ombo and Edfu from Aswan

A captivating tour to Kom Ombo and Edfu from Aswan takes you on a journey through the ages of the pharaohs, allowing you to explore their massive temples and rich history on the banks of the Nile. The Kom Ombo and Edfu tour from Aswan combines stunning natural beauty with magnificent cultural heritage in one place, making it a enchanting experience for travelers.
Explore with our Aswan day tours breathtaking visits to the temples of Kom Ombo and Edfu from your hotel in Aswan, Kom Ombo temple stands on a high ground overlooking the Nile River, and Edfu Temple is considered to be the most preserved temple remains from ancient Egypt, Book your privately guided Aswan day trips now. This tour allows participants to explore these two wonderful temples and understand Pharaonic art and architecture. Visitors can also tour the sites and learn about important historical and cultural details.

 Aswan day trips & excursions

  • Transfers services from the hotel in Aswan during all our Aswan excursions & day trips and return.
  • All the transfers by an exclusive nonsmoking air-conditioned vehicle.
  • English-speaking tour guide throughout Kom Ombo and Edfu tour.
  • Admission fees and tickets to the mentioned sites.
  • Bottled mineral water during Egypt day tours.
  • Shopping tours in Aswan. (if requested).
  • All taxes and service charges are included in the Tour to Kom Ombo and Edfu from Aswan.

Cairo Top Tours certified tour guide will meet you at your hotel lobby in Aswan to start the Tour to Kom Ombo and Edfu from Aswan. one of the top-selling Aswan Day Trips from our variety of Egypt day tours. You will be accompanied by our expert tour guide to the town of Edfu, and you will have a toilet break on the way. On arrival, you will be taken to visit the majestic temple dedicated to the falcon god ( Horus ) which is considered by most to be the best-preserved cult temple in Egypt. According to the ancient Egyptian myth of Goddess Isis, it was the place where the falcon-headed god Horus took revenge on his Uncle Seth for the murder of his father Osiris.

The walls of the temple have rich writings that provide important knowledge about the era in which it was built, providing details not only about the temple but about mythology, religion in ancient Egypt, and the way of life.

Then move to see the Temple of Kom Ombo which was built between 1350 and 180 B.C. under the orders of Ramses II, the Temple is located on the banks of the River Nile in the city with the same name. The divinity that is worshiped in the temple is God Sobek, a god with a crocodile head and a human body, but the people of the city replaced it with another figure called Haroeris as they did not like to worship an evil deity.

In the end, transfer back to your hotel in Aswan after you finish the Kom Ombo and Edfu tour.



1 Person

$165 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$115 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$85 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$70 Per Person

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Visit Luxor and Aswan is the best way to explore Egypt. You can visit The Temple of Karnak and Edfu to have an extraordinary experience and admire the ancient gods of Egypt such as The God Sobek.

Kom Ombo Temple is a unique double temple in Egypt dedicated to two deities, Sobek, the crocodile god, and Horus, the falcon-headed god. Its story lies in its dual dedication, and it was a place of worship and healing. Visitors can explore its fascinating history, exquisite reliefs, and the significance of its dual deity worship.

Visit the temples of Kom Ombo and Edfu in one day from Aswan. The Temple of Kom Ombo is located north of Aswan, while the Temple of Edfu is located to the north, near Luxor. Both Kom Ombo and Edfu are important ancient Egyptian temples, and are often visited on multi-day tours or Nile River cruises that cover the temples along the Nile Road between Aswan and Luxor. While it may be difficult to include both Kom Ombo and Edfu temples in a day tour from Aswan due to the travel time involved, some specialized or extended day tours or private tours may offer this option.


In Aswan, there are many places where you can enjoy a shopping experience and buy unique souvenirs. Here are some popular places for shopping in Aswan:

    Nuba market.

    Handicrafts market on Corniche Street.

    Coca market.

    Nile bracelet store.

    Nubia Museum.

    Gold and silver market.

Aswan is one of the Egyptian cities rich in Pharaonic antiquities, and contains many wonderful historical sites. Here are some important Pharaonic monuments that can be visited in the region:

    Philae Temple (Philae):
        The Philae Temple is considered one of the most important Pharaonic temples in Aswan, and its construction dates back to different eras. The temple includes colossal statues and halls decorated with carvings.

    Karnak Temple:
        The Karnak Temple is one of the largest Pharaonic temples in the world, and is dedicated to the god Amun-Ra. The temple features large columns and vast courtyards.

    Nubian cemeteries:
        There is a group of historical Nubian cemeteries in the Aswan region, the most important of which include the tombs of Abu Simbel and the tombs of Prophet Harkov.

    Aswan Dam:
        The High Dam was built to regulate the flow of Nile water. This dam is a modern monument, but it has become an essential part of the Pharaonic landscape in the region.


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