Aswan is the most engaging region in Egypt and residential to Old Cataract Hotel, where it’s said Agatha Christie wrote “ Death on the Nile “ Watch the sailboats drift along the Nile and enjoy the archeological sites of Aswan that are among the most attractions for tourism in Egypt. There are some ways to enjoy Aswan Tours and Excursions, you’ll visit Aswan from Cairo by flights or from Luxor by Nile Cruise, All Tours Egypt offer you the prospect to enjoy Aswan Tours to explore three of Aswan hottest and documented sites, Explore Aswan Sightseeing like Aswan High Dam, Philae Temple, and Unfinished Obelisk, moreover you’ll visit Abu Simbel Temple from Aswan by Car or by flights, this tiny information about Aswan Day Tours and sightseeing will encourage you to travel immediately to enjoy Aswan Excursions, and that we incorporate all of the many places of interest in Aswan once you order any tour in Aswan.
Aswan is home to the outstanding Nubia Museum and therefore, the splendid archaeological sites of Philae and Kalabsha, near the Aswan High Dam. Aswan invites you to dream, and relax, with Its charming African atmosphere and its slow and relaxed way of life. With a good sort of excursions and activities, we hope to convey a flavor of the wealth of possibilities Aswan & Abu Simbel gives to travelers.
The mild temperatures of its climate also are one of the most reasons people prefer their holidays in Aswan during winter. Book one of our Aswan day tours, Aswan sightseeing tours, Aswan day trips & Aswan Excursions and you will never get disappointed. Our All private Aswan tours like most of other Egypt Day Tours often begin from any hotel in Aswan to go to the Aswan High Dam and Philae temple dedicated to the goddess of affection Isis, also the Unfinished Obelisk and therefore, the Nubian village and canopy all the remarkable sites in Aswan. All our tours in Aswan are made especially to satisfy your very specific requests.
Spread out along the banks of the Nile, Aswan is a relaxed and friendly town that provides a tranquil interlude if you’ve just arrived from busier Luxor or Cairo. Once ancient Egypt’s gateway to Africa, this is a perfect base for exploring the temples, monuments, and other tourist attractions in the southern reaches of Upper Egypt and the area’s distinctly different Nubian culture. Many of these can be done on day trips from Aswan.
The best way to discover Aswan’s charms is to hop aboard a felucca (traditional sailboat) and view town from the watery highway that once made Aswan an important trading post. The river here is speckled with islands holding picturesque mud-brick Nubian villages and hemmed by the West Bank’s colossal sand dunes. It’s all incredibly photogenic, particularly at sunset, when hundreds of lateen-sailed feluccas take to the water, and the river shimmers in the setting sun. Plan your trip with our list of the top things to do in Aswan.