Aswan

Nov 18th, 2014

 

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Aswan

 

Aswan, Egypt’s southern city and ancient frontier town located about 81 miles south of Luxor, has a distinctively African atmosphere. Its ancient Egyptian name was Syene. Small enough to walk around and graced with the most beautiful setting on the Nile, the pace of life is slow and relaxing.

TYPES OF EXCURSION OFFERED

Ehab offers either one day Aswan excursions or  two day excursions to Aswan and Abu Simpel Or Mini Aswan

 

 

1. One Day To Aswan

Leave your hotel on any Day Except Friday at around 4:30 am with Comfortable ,

Unfinished obelisk in Aswan

Unfinished obelisk in Aswan

Air Conditioned Modern Salon Car and arrive Aswan around 8:30 am

then you can visit some of the amazing temples in Aswan such as

 

Unfinished obelisk in Aswan

The Temple of Philae

Aswan Botanical Garden

          and

The High Dam

Philae-Temple

The Temple of Philae

then have enjoy lunch in great Egyptian Restaurant  followed

by some time exploring Aswan’s market for souvenirs and spices

Finally, at 4.30 pm , you will be picked up by your private car which will take you back to Marsa Alam

where you will return to your hotel around  8:30 pm.

the price for this trip is 80 euros per person (minimum 2 persons) 

and this price including everything (private air conditioned car for day

, private Egyptologist guide speak your langue for full day

, entrance tickets to all the sights above ,  Lunch on a great

Restaurant in Aswan and travel permits for one days )

Aswan Botanical Garden

Aswan Botanical Garden

To Book Directly Press Here 

 

2. two Day To Aswan and Abu Simpel

Leave your hotel on any Day Except Friday at around 4:30 am with Comfortable , Air Conditioned Modern Salon Car and arrive Aswan around 8:30 am

then you can visit some of the amazing temples in Aswan such as

Unfinished obelisk in Aswan

The Temple of Philae

Aswan Botanical Garden

          and

The High Dam

The High Dam

The High Dam

then have enjoy lunch in great Egyptian Restaurant  followed by some time exploring Aswan’s market for souvenirs and spices

and sleep in 4 Star Hotel in Aswan

and in the next Morning you will have breakfast then go to See Abu Simpel Temples

and  back to have Lunch then around 4:30 pm you will be picked up by your private car which will take you back to Marsa Alam

where you will return to your hotel around 8:30 pm

and the price for the two days in Aswan and Abu Simple

is 180 euros per person (minimum 2 persons) including everything  

(private air conditioned car for 2 day, private Egyptologist

Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel

guide speak your langue for full 2 days

, entrance tickets to all the sights above ,  4 stars hotel for one night with

breakfast , Lunch and diner on day 1 and breakfast

and lunch on day 2  and travel permits for 2 days )

To Book Directly Press Here 

 

3. Mini  Aswan

Leave your hotel on any Day Except Friday at around 5:00 am with Comfortable , Air Conditioned Modern Salon Car and arrive Edfu around 7:30 am 

meet your guide speak with your langue there and Visit :-

Edfu Temple

Edfu Temple

Edfu Temples 

Komombo Temples 

have enjoy lunch in Great Egyptian Restaurant  followed by some time exploring Aswan’s market for souvenirs and spices then back to your hotel safely

 

the price for this trip is 75 euros per person (minimum 2 persons) 

and this price including everything (private air conditioned car for day

, private Egyptologist guide speak your langue for full day

, entrance tickets to all the sights above ,  Lunch on a great Restaurant and travel permits for one days )

To Book Directly Press Here 

Kom-ombo Temples

Kom-ombo Temples

 

 

Tell Me More About Aswan
In Aswan the Nile is at its most beautiful, flowing through amber desert and granite rocks,
round emerald islands covered in palm groves and tropical plants.
Explore the souk, full of the scent and color of spices, perfumes, scarves and baskets.
Aswan has been a favorite winter resort since the beginning of the nineteenth century,
and it’s still a perfect place to get away from it all.

The city proper lies on the east bank of the Nile. Relax here, visit a few mosques,
but then prepare for an adventure. The bazaar runs along the Corniche,

Abu Simpel

which continues past the Ferial Gardens and the Nubian Museum,
and continues on to the Cemetery, with its forest of cupolas surmounted tombs from the Fatimid period.

Just up river a bit, there is also the old Aswan dam, built by the British, which was enlarged, expanded, but unable to control the Nile for irrigation.