You will have your delicious breakfast in the hotel and our tour guide will take you to visit Aswan attraction.
Since the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam, an embankment dam built in Aswan, Egypt, that spans the Nile, has sometimes been referred to simply as the Aswan Dam.
The older Aswan Low Dam, which was first constructed downstream in 1902, was of significantly less significance than this one.
The success of the Low Dam, which was then being exploited to its utmost potential, led the government to make building the High Dam a key priority after the Egyptian Revolution of 1952.It was thought that Egypt's projected industrialisation depended on the dam's capacity to provide hydroelectricity, store more water for agriculture, and improve flood management. Like its previous installation, the High Dam has had a significant influence on Egypt's economy and culture. then grab lunch at a nearby eatery.
After that, go from Aswan to Abu Simbel in an air-conditioned minibus. Due to their unusual construction, the two temples of Abu Simbel are thought to be the best examples of ancient Egypt. They demonstrate the beauty and grandeur of the coming Kingdom. UNESCO and the Egyptian government decided to collaborate in order to protect these sites from flooding. The temple bearing their names was dedicated to Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II. Another name for the massive Abu Simbel temple is the Sun Temple of Ramses II.
The Temple of Queen Nefertari, also known as the Temple of Hathor since she was the Sun God's wife, is a symbolic union of Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God. Spend roughly three hours there before going back to your accommodation in Aswan to spend the night.