After breakfast, our tour guide picks you up from your accommodation to explore
Since the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam, an embankment dam built in Aswan, Egypt, that spans the Nile, has been referred to as the Aswan Dam.
The success of the Low Dam, which was then being used to the utmost extent, led the government to make building the High Dam a primary priority after the 1952 Egyptian Revolution.
The dam's capacity to generate hydropower, store more water for agriculture, and improve flood management were seen to be essential for Egypt's intended industrialization. Like its earlier construction, the High Dam has had a significant impact on Egypt's economy and culture. then make a lunch break at a nearby eatery.
After that, depart from Aswan and board an air-conditioned minibus for Abu Simbel. Due to their unusual design, the two temples of Abu Simbel are recognised as the best examples of ancient Egypt. They demonstrate the beauty and majesty of the impending Kingdom. Together, the Egyptian government and UNESCO decided to protect these sites from flooding. Temples dedicated to Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and Ramesses II exist. Ramses II's Sun Temple is another name for the massive Abu Simbel temple.At the Temple of Queen Nefertari, also known as the Temple of Hathor because she was the Sun God's wife, Ramesses II, Hathor, and the Sun God are symbolically united. Before returning to your Aswan lodging for the evening, spend roughly three hours there.