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Aswan Attractions | Things to do in Aswan

Aswan Attractions

Anyone visiting this stunning city will find a lot of information about Aswan that we have accumulated. Due to its strategic location as a market, Aswan was known by its ancient name, Swani. To the south, Aswan was considered the entrance to Africa, with its abundant supply of items such as stones, ivory, spices, and incense.

Things to do in Aswan

Egypt's Aswan region boasts significant archaeological sites like the Philae temple, Abu Simbel temple, and Temple of Goddess Isis. The High Dam and Lake Nasser, built by the president himself, are also worth a visit. The welcoming people and rich Egyptian customs make Aswan an ideal destination for exploring the country.

With so many amazing places to visit, you'll have a lot of options when it comes to excursions in our Aswan area! One of the best ways to experience everything this area has to offer is by taking a 4-Days Nile Cruise from Aswan to Luxor. There you'll see all of the most amazing sights that you need to see in Upper Egypt.

Book your Egypt tours with us now. There are a lot of Egypt Nile Cruise Tours start sailing from Luxor to stop at Aswan . It enables you to visi Aswan as well as Luxor attractions. Also we can you up at the closest shore if you would like to join our Egypt Shore Excursion tous.

Edfu | Temple of Horus | Aswan Travel Guide
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Edfu | The Temple of Horus

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The Temple of Edfu, one of the best-preserved temples today that was dedicated to the god Horus and is located in the city of Edfu, on the west bank of the Nile River and is a great tourist spot to visit on your trip to Egypt.

Philae Temple in Aswan | Aswan Travel Guide
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Philae Temple | Temple of Isis

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In the center of the Nile, in the charming town of Aswan, is the Temple of Philae, one of the most ancient temples in Egypt, which tells the story of an ancient civilization in one of the monuments of Nubian history that were saved from falling after the construction of the Great Dam.

The High Dam in Aswan | Aswan Excursions and Day Tours
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The High Dam

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The Aswan High Dam is the largest project in Modern Egypt to prevent destructive flooding and extreme droughts from generating electricity. The most significant effort made by President Gamal abdel Nasser was to build the country for all Egyptians when the dam began to be constructed in the 1960s. The dam isn't the biggest in the world, but it's impressive.

Kom Ombo Temple | Sobek Temple
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Kom Ombo Temple | Temple of Sobek and Horus

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The Kom Ombo historical temple is located in the north of the city of Kom Ombo, about 45 kilometres north of Aswan. This temple's architectural composition is unique in that it is based on two axes, each of which represents itself. To illuminate the temple at night, an integrated lighting project was also completed. It was founded during the reign of Ptolemy VI, an Egyptian pharaoh.

Abu Simbel Temples | Abu Simbel Temple Facts
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Abu Simbel Temples | Temple of Ramses II

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The Temple of Abu Simbel in the governorate of Aswan is one of Egypt's most famous ancient temples. The importance of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel is due to its association with the phenomenon of the sun crossing the face of the statue of Pharaoh Ramses II twice a year, the first corresponding to October 22 and the second to February 22 of each year.

The Unfinished Obelisk | Aswan Obelisk | Hatshepsut Obelisk | Aswan Granite Quarries
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Unfinished Obelisk in Aswan

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Hatshepsut ordered the creation of the Obelisk to complement what would later become known as the Lateran Obelisk, which was first located at Karnak before being taken to the Lateran Palace in Rome.

The Nubian Village | Nubian Villages in Aswan
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The Nubian Village

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One of the oldest civilizations in Africa, traveling by felucca sailboat or modern motorboat, you will meet the locals, visit a traditional house, drink tea and have free time to explore the villages independently.

Lake Nasser | Aswan Lake Nasser
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Lake Nasser

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Lake Nasser is located in southern Egypt, it is an artificial lake that was formed after the construction of the Aswan Dam on the Nile River. It is divided into two parts: one part is located in southern Egypt, in the Upper Egypt region, and the other part is located in northern Sudan and is called Lake Nuba. The water storage capacity within the lake is approximately one hundred and thirty-two cubic kilometers.

Aswan Airport
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Aswan Airport

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Aswan International Airport is located in the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. It is an international tourist airport serving the Nuba region in southern Egypt.

The Nubian Museum in Aswan
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Aswan Nubian Museum

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You cannot come to Aswan without visiting the enchanting Nubian Museum. Not only for its ancient historical content but also for its amazing architectural design, designed by engineer Mahmoud Al-Hakim and designed to uniquely simulate the Nubian architecture spread in Aswan.

Kalabsha Temple in Aswan
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Kalabsha Temple in Aswan | Aswan Attractions

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The temple of Kalabsha in Aswan was built from sandstone rocks and is considered one of the most important temples of the unique Nubian architectural style. And the second largest of the temples that merged the Egyptian and Nubian styles, after Abu Simbel.

Wadi El Seboua Temple in Nubia | Valley of the Lions Aswan
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Wadi El Seboua Temple in Nubia | Valley of the Lions Temple in Aswan

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The area received its name from the road of rams leading to the temple of Ramses II, whose entrance was preceded by a road on each side of which was decorated with a group of Great Sphinxes in the form of crouching sevens. The temple of Wadi El Seboua, or the Valley of the Lions temple, is one of the three temples established by King Ramses II in Nubia.

Temple of Beit El Wali | Temple of Ramses II
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Temple of Beit El Wali | Ramses II Temple in Old Nubia

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Beit El Wali in Lower Nubia is one of the oldest temples built by Ramses II as a form of control over the region of Nuba, and like the rest of the temples of Ramses II, was carved directly into the rock, except that it was not in its original place, so it was saved from the waters of Lake Nasser, and now south of the Temple of Kalabsha.

Amada Temple in Nubia | Temple of Amada
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Amada Temple in Nubia | Temple of Amada Egypt

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The Amada Temple is the oldest temple in the Nubian region of Egypt. The temple was established during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmosis III, as a consecration of the gods Ra and Amon. The temple was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979, as part of the monuments of Nubia from Abu Simbel to Philae.

Kitchener's Island in Aswan | Aswan Botanical Garden
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Kitchener's Island in Aswan | El Nabatat Island

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The Island of Plants, one of the oldest parks in the world and the most important tourist attraction in the city of Aswan. It is located all on one island, containing many rare trees and plants, and this island has witnessed the visit of many prominent historical figures, perhaps the most important of them, Nehru, Prime Minister of India.

Elephantine Island in Aswan
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Elephantine Island Temple in Aswan

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Elephantine Island in the Nile is an oasis of tranquility. There is no traffic, the view of the river is beautiful and the residents are the nicest people in Egypt. Elephantine Island is the perfect place to base yourself when visiting Aswan. Read more in this article about the things to do, how to get there, where to stay, and more.

St. Simeon Monastery in Aswan
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St. Simeon Monastery | The Monastery of Saint Simeon in Aswan

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The monastery of St. Simeon in Aswan, is named after "one of the saints of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Samaan al-Kharraz, is a good Coptic man who lived during the time of the Fatimid caliph". Spread over an area of almost a thousand meters, it is considered an "architectural jewel" in the heart of the mountain, which attracts many tourists to visit it and "see the mountain that was moved from its place".

Agilika Island in Aswan | Aswan Agilika Island
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Agilika Island in Aswan | Philae Temple Island

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Agilkia is an island in the ancient Aswan Dam reservoir along the Nile River in southern Egypt. It is the current site of the Temple of Philae after it was moved from Philae after it was submerged by floodwaters in 1902, The Temple of Philae was dismantled and moved to the island of Agilkia as part of a larger UNESCO project.

Aswan Botanical Gardens| El Nabatat Island in Aswan
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Aswan Botanical Gardens| El Nabatat Island in Aswan

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The Botanical Garden or El Nabatat Island is an important landmark in the Aswan governorate and one of the best parks preferred to visit in the governorate, especially during seasons and holidays. The botanical garden is located within the city of Aswan and is surrounded by the waters of the Nile from all sides and the botanical garden includes the rarest types of plants in the world.

Tombs of the Nobles in Aswan
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Tombs of the Nobles in Aswan

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Tombs of the Nobles, located near Luxor on the western mainland of the Nile on the west bank of Aswan, Egypt, are rock tombs that were for the rulers of Aswan, the Find and statesmen of the armed forces, civilians, priests, secretaries, and others, and are carved in sandstone.

Cataract Hotel
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Cataract hotel in Aswan

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The Cataract Aswan Hotel, built on a Nile hill on the river's edge in Aswan in the late 1800s, is one of the city's finest and most prominent historic and luxury hotels.

The Temple of Beit El-Wali | Temples of the king  Ramesses II
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The Temple of Beit El-Wali

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The Temple of Beit el wali is one of King Ramesses II's temples devoted to the worship of the main god Amun and the god Khnum.

Temple of beit el-wali Aswan
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Temple of Beit El-Wali Aswan | Nubian Monuments | Nubia Egypt

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An extraordinary visit to one of the beautiful sites of Aswan, the temple of Beit El-Wali, considered one of the most famous Nubian monuments. Look at the representation of the great Ramses II on the great wall of the temple.

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Toshka project | Toshka lakes

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The Toshka Project is a project to be carried out in the Toshka Meadow area in Egypt, which aims to create a new delta south of the Western Sahara parallel to the Nile.

 Nubian Heritage Egypt | Nubian History and Culture  | The cultures of Nubia | Nubian lifestyle
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Nubian History and Culture | Nubian Heritage Egypt

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It is hard not to fall in love with the history of the Nubians, who are still vibrant and practicing their traditional customs and culture 50 years after being displaced, with hundreds of villages submerged under Lake Nasser.

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The Old Aswan Dam | Aswan Low Dam

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The Aswan Low Dam, or the old Aswan Dam, could be a masonry-contrafort dam on the Nile in Aswan, Egypt. The dam was designed at the previous initial cataract of the Nile and is located approximately a thousand metric linear units upriver and 690 metric linear units east of Cairo.

Aga Khan Mausoleum | Aswan Egypt
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Mausoleum of Aga khan

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The Aga Khan Mausoleum is located 2.5 miles from Aswan Train Station and was built by Muhammad Shah, known as the Aga Khan III. He was the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Shi'a community in India

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Gebel El Silsla

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how geology influenced the monumental building style of ancient Egypt, how limestone became the building material of choice in the north, and sandstone in the south.

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Egyptian Russian friendship monument

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This large monument is located near the Aswan High Dam and honors Russian-Egyptian friendship.

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The Old Cataract Hotel

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The old Cataract Hotel is located in Aswan and dates back to the nineteenth century. It is a royal 5-star hotel that was initially a palace and was opened in 1899 AD during the reign of King Farouk. It is one of the oldest hotels in Aswan.

Fatimid Cemetery| Fatimid Cemetery Aswan
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Fatimid Cemetry

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The Fatimid Cemetery has very unique Islamic architecture. It is located on the road that leads to the Aswan Airport, behind the Nubian Museum in Aswan. Some of these tombs date back to the Islamic conquest of Egypt in 21 A.H., and the other tombs date back to the Fatimid conquest of Egypt.

Temple of Debod
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Temple of Debod

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The Temple of Debod is a temple in Madrid, Spain. It is a former Egyptian temple that was gifted to Spain in 1968. The temple was originally built in the 2nd century BC and was dedicated to the god Amun. It was moved to Spain in 1968 to save it from being flooded by the Aswan Dam. The temple is located in the Parque del Oeste, in the west of Madrid. It is a popular tourist attraction and is open to the public.

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Qubbet EL-Hawa | Dome of the Wind

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Dome of the Air is one of the most important tourist attractions in Aswan, to which tourists come from all over the world, especially in the winter. The officials also decorated the dome with lights recently (following the example of the Valley of the Kings in Luxor), so the dome increased in beauty and attractiveness.

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Trajan's Kiosk | The Pharaoh's Bed

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This edifice was originally built on Philae Island near the Lower Aswan Dam, however, it was later transferred to Agilika in the 1960s by UNESCO to save it from drowning in the high waters of the Nile River due to the construction of the Aswan High Dam. Ordinary of wood and stone in the same architectural structure as an Egyptian temple.

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The Fatimid Cemetery | Aswan Fatimid Cemetery

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Although it dates back to the first century AH, it includes the oldest Islamic tombstone dated to the year 31 AH, which made it the oldest Islamic cemetery in Egypt. The House and the Righteous Guardians of God, some are ignorant of its existence, and some believe that this ignorance is the result of its presence in the city of Aswan, which is full of ancient Egyptian antiquities.

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Bigeh Island in Aswan

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the remarkable island of bigeh, is a beautiful place where the priests only were allowed to put their foot right there because it was a holy area to let the pure-hearted persons only connect with the god and pray for him. it also has a great view of the Philae temple and a part of the high dam.

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The Nile Museum

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The Nile Museum in Aswan is an architectural masterpiece and a new design added by the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources to the archaeological sites in the Aswan Governorate.

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Famine Stela in Aswan

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The famine painting in Aswan from the reign of King Djoser of the ancient Egyptian Third Dynasty remains an immortal and important historical text. Egypt is the gift of the Nile. In addition to the temples, stones, and papyri on which they wrote many of their secrets, among what the ancient Egyptians left was the "Famine Tablet", which is one of the strangest names given to an artifact. This legendary tablet was inscribed in deep relief and is located on Suhail Island in Aswan.

The First Great Pylon Of Philae Temple
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The First Great Pylon Of Philae Temple

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Philae was associated with a lot of ancient Egyptian mythology, and as the books of archeologists and Egyptologists tell us, Philae saw the first construction erected during the reign of Nakhtnebo I, the last king of Egypt.

The Kiosk of Trajan
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The Kiosk of Trajan

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The kiosk of Trajan is an ancient temple located on the island of Agilkia in the reservoir of the Aswan Dam, southern Egypt. It is one of the most prominent ancient Egyptian monuments that exist today, built by the Roman Emperor Trajan, but some experts believe that the building may be older, and may date back to the reign of the Roman Emperor Augustus. The edifice was originally built on Phila Island, near the Lower Aswan Dam, and served as the main entrance to the Nile River.

Temple of Maharraqa in Aswan
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Temple of Maharraqa

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The Temple of Maharraqa is an ancient Egyptian Temple, also it is Roman built (1st century CE), located in new wadi es-sebua a temple complex area in southern Egypt situated on the banks of Lake Nasser.

Egypt Tours FAQ

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Aswan is one of the most important and beautiful ancient cities in Egypt and includes many important archaeological sites such as the Temple of Philae, the unfinished obelisk and the High Dam, which is one of the most important engineering projects in the history of Egypt. You can also visit the Abu Simbel Temple, which is one of the most beautiful and picturesque Egyptian Pharaonic temples.

Yes, you can make many excursions and optional tours in Aswan, as our tour guide will take you to visit the city and make many optional tours like Philae sound and light show, Tour to the Nubian Village, tour to Abu Simbel, Felucca Nile ride, etc...

In Aswan Nubian Village, you should go visit to see how people live especially and traditionally. The Village is full of bright colors and the people are friendly. They have a little market where you can buy local spices and crafts for a good price.

The High Dam, Philae Temple, and the Unfinished Obelisk are top picks for a start!


 

Tourist attractions in Aswan include the High Dam, Philae Temple, the Nubian Island, and Abu Simbel Temple.

Aswan got its name because it was an important place to go to the South. Long ago, it was where people got the special rock they used to make tall, slender structures and pretty statues. Aswan is famous for its lovely views of the Nile River, important places from a long time ago, and its calm and peaceful feeling.

To see the main attractions in Aswan, it is recommended to plan at least two to three days. This will allow you to explore the major sites, take a Nile River cruise, and immerse yourself in the unique cultural and historical offerings of the city.


The city of Aswan is one of the most beautiful tourist cities in Egypt. It is one of the most important gestures in the world that tourists come from all over the world every year.
One of the most important tourist facades in southern Egypt is known in Aswan for its therapeutic tourism to get rid of many skin diseases.
Aswan has many popular tourist places, especially on the banks of the Nile, such as Botanical Island and Fentin Island, and other temples such as the Temple of Elephants and the Temple of Kom Mbo.
Are you ready to enjoy Aswan's atmosphere!

The High Dam was constructed between 1960 and 1970. Its aim was to increase the amount of hydroelectric power, regulate the flooding of the Nile and increase agricultural production. The Aswan High Dam is 3,830 metres long, 980 metres wide at the base, 40 metres wide at the crest (the top) and 111 metres tall.

The Pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo help us learn about ancient Egypt. Cairo is also known as a very important city for Arab culture in the Middle East.
 

The Nubian Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the Nubian people. It showcases a vast collection of artifacts, including ancient pottery, jewelry, and statues. The museum offers insights into the Nubian civilization, their customs, and their relationship with the Nile River.

To visit the Abu Simbel temples from Aswan, you can either take a guided tour or go by yourself. There are daily flights from Aswan International Airport to Abu Simbel, or you can take a bus or hire a private car for a road trip. It is recommended to plan your visit in advance and check the schedules for transportation options.

Although Egypt's ancient monuments are completely different from any historical monuments in the entire world, they are not the remains of buildings, palaces or temples, but a complete civilization whose temples remain in their entirety.
Tourism in Aswan is not only old monuments, but there are many important landmarks of Aswan such as cruise trips in Aswan, Abu Simbel Temple, Elephant Temple, High Dam and Kom Mbo Temple.
Are you ready to join our tours!

Aswan is renowned for its serene atmosphere, important archaeological monuments, and stunning scenery of the Nile Valley. It's an ideal winter destination because of its year-round pleasant weather. The city offers breathtaking vistas and reasons to take a felucca (an Egyptian sailboat) out on the Nile.

Khan el-Khalili is a very popular market in the old part of Cairo, Egypt. It's a place where people can go shopping and find lots of interesting things to buy.

In Aswan, it is possible to visit a Nubian village. A visit to the villages of the Nubian people offers a singular cultural experience, as they have a distinctive culture and tradition. You can take in Nubian music and dance performances, shop for traditional items, see their traditional homes, and mingle with the people. To gain an understanding of the Nubian way of life and customs, numerous tour operators in Aswan provide guided tours to Nubian villages.

Aswan is renowned for its serene atmosphere, important archaeological monuments, and stunning scenery of the Nile Valley. It's an ideal winter destination because of its year-round pleasant weather. The city offers breathtaking vistas and reasons to take a felucca (an Egyptian sailboat) out on the Nile. 

 

Explore a variety of fascinating sights in Aswan, Egypt. Among the well-known ones are the magnificent Elephantine Island, the Unfinished Obelisk, the Aswan High Dam, and the stately Philae Temple. It's also worthwhile to visit the Nubian Museum, which displays the rich cultural legacy of the Nubian people.

Aswan, Egypt, is a city rich in history and natural beauty. Some of the top attractions in Aswan include the Temple of Philae, the High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, the Nubian Museum, the Elephantine Island, and the beautiful Aga Khan Mausoleum. Aswan is also known for its scenic Nile River views and the opportunity to take a traditional felucca boat ride.

 

Aswan is renowned for its serene atmosphere, important archaeological monuments, and stunning scenery of the Nile Valley. It's an ideal winter destination because of its year-round pleasant weather. The city offers breathtaking vistas and reasons to take a felucca (an Egyptian sailboat) out on the Nile. 

 

Edfu was a place where people lived and buried their loved ones a very long time ago. It was a special place for worshipping a god named Horus. The temple dedicated to Horus that we see today was built by the Ptolemaic people.
 

The Nubian Museum in Aswan showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Nubian people, highlighting their history, traditions, and art. The museum's exhibits include artifacts, sculptures, pottery, and displays on Nubian architecture and lifestyle.

There are many famous Nubian villages that can be visited on the banks of the Nile River in Egypt and Sudan:

Aswan Nubian Village: Located on the east bank of the Nile River near the city of Aswan, it is characterized by its traditional houses built of mud and rocks, and is considered a center of Nubian culture.

Kom Ombo: Located in Aswan Governorate, it is characterized by its beautiful location on the banks of the Nile and its attractive traditional houses, and offers a unique experience to explore Nubian culture.

Dabwa Village: Located north of Aswan on the banks of the Nile, it is known for its charming landscapes and its strategic location near the famous Philae Temple.

Aswan Falls Village: Located near Aswan Falls on the west bank of the Nile, it is characterized by its scenic views and the experience of Nile boat trips.

Silk Valley Village: Located in the upper part of the Nile Valley near Abu Simbel, it provides an opportunity to discover Nubian life and experience authentic Nubian culture and traditions.

Going on a cruise on the Nile River in Aswan is really great because you will be able to see the amazing nature and the famous old buildings. One cruise takes 5 days and takes you to see a lot of amazing places such as the Valley of the Kings and Karnak Temples. You can also sail on the Nile River and enjoy the beautiful scenery. There are other trips as well such as visiting Philae Temple and taking a boat tour around Elephantine and the High Dam. These trips are a combination of relaxing, enjoying the beautiful river, and learning about the history of Egypt.

Aswan, a southern Egyptian province, is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and rich history. Here are a some well-liked tourist destinations and activities in Aswan:
Visit the breathtaking Abu Simbel Temples, which are devoted to Ramses II and his wife Nefertari. In a huge initiative spearheaded by UNESCO, these temples were moved to avoid flooding when the Aswan High Dam was onstructed.
Explore the stunning Philae Temple, which honors the goddess Isis. Situated on Agilkia Island, it's just a quick boat ride away. The temple is renowned for its breathtaking location and exquisitely maintained reliefs.


 

 Traditional Nubian communities like Gharb Soheil and Elephantine Island are accessible from Aswan. Nubian architecture, friendliness, and culture may all be experienced in these settlements.

 

 For the Ancient Egyptians, it was a vital barrier that frequently acted as a line of defense against incursions from the south. The city was particularly well-known for its quarries, which provided granite for classic structures like obelisks and served as a point of entry for the exchange of products and ideas with Africa. 

 

One of the most adventurous things to do in Aswan is to take a riverboat ride and pass under the Philae Temple, and you can also take a short boat trip from Aswan city center to Agilkia Island. Location: The Philae Temple is located on the picturesque Ajelika Island. Working hours: The temple is open to visitors from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm.
 

 Aswan has scorching desert temperatures, just like the rest of Egypt. Aswan and Luxor have the warmest midsummer temperatures in Egypt. Aswan is among the hottest, sunniest, and driest cities on Earth.
 

Located near Egypt's northern border with Sudan is the rock-fill Aswan High Dam. The Nile River supplies water to the dam, creating Lake Nasser in the reservoir. The project was finished in 1968, with construction starting in 1960. 1971 marked the formal opening of it.

 

Aswan, a city in southern Egypt, is a treasure trove of historical significance and cultural wonders. Located on the banks of the mighty Nile River, Aswan has been a prominent center of trade and civilization for thousands of years. Today, Aswan maintains its appeal as a tourist destination, offering visitors the opportunity to delve into its rich past by visiting its archaeological sites.

Elephantine Island
Philae Temple
Aswan Museum
High Dam
The missing obelisk
Aga Khan Mausoleum 
Kom Ember Temple 
Nile Museum
Plant Island
Aswan Tourist Market
Abu Simbel Temple
Al-Tabiya Mosque
Nubian village
Aswan Corniche
 

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