Aswan day tours in Egypt are one of the best Egypt Day Tours you can ever have when you visit Egypt.
Aswan is one of the most beautiful places to take your breath away. On a dhow boat tour, you can enjoy the fresh air of the Nile while looking at the natural green banks on both sides. It will make you feel like a king or queen being crowned at a coronation ceremony.
Spend an unforgettable time in the most beautiful city on the banks of the River Nile. Aswan is the most popular winter vacation spot in the world. It is a city with a warm, charming atmosphere.
Book your Aswan day tours with Amon Ra Tours, as we offer daily. We take all the necessary precautions so that you can enjoy fantastic day trips and excursions in Aswan.
All of the tours are private, just like most of the day tours in Egypt, and they can start from any hotel in Aswan to see the High Dam, the Philae Temple, which is dedicated to Isis, the goddess of love, the Unfinished Obelisk, and the Nubian villages cover all the beautiful sites in Aswan.
Top Aswan Day Tours & Excursions
Aswan excursions have something for everyone, from the old monuments to the peaceful beauty of the most beautiful islands on the Nile River. The Nubian Museum, the Tombs of Nobles, the Temple of Edfu, the Temple of Kom Ombo, and the Kalabsha Temple, and more Aswan Attractions are ancient sites you can visit during your Aswan day tours.
With its wonderful African ambiance and leisurely pace of life, Your tour in Aswan is the best choice for relaxing and daydreaming. We strive to give visitors a taste of what Aswan and Abu Simbel offer by offering a wide range of tours and activities.
Amon Ra Tours provides reasonable Aswan day tours packages to take advantage of various activities to make the most of your vacation, including Nile cruises on board Egyptian Nile River cruises from Aswan around the Nubian Villages. Visit Abu Simbel Temple for a day Aswan trip. Book now and experience more!
The Temple of Abu Simbel
Ramses the Great built magnificent temples at Abu Simbel (1279-1213 BCE). It was created for two main reasons: to celebrate and immortalize Ramesses’ victories and to demonstrate his devotion to his lovely wife, Nefertari. It was known as the “Temple of Ramesses, Beloved by Amun” and had that name because it was built for two important reasons.
It has developed into one of Egypt’s most magnificent tourist destinations that visitors must see, especially during the Abu Simbel Sun Festival, which celebrates the two occasions each year when the sun fills the interior temple room with four sculptures. Ramesses’ birthday is observed in October, and every year in February, the anniversary of his accession to the kingdom is celebrated. Make sure to list it on your visit during the Aswan day tours.
Downstream from the Aswan Dam and Lake Nasser in Egypt lies an island called Philae, a part of the reservoir created by the Aswan Low Dam. The ancient Egyptian city of Philae, where an elaborate temple complex once stood, was situated close to the vast First Cataract of the Nile in Upper Egypt.
Hathor, a significant goddess in ancient Egyptian religion, was honored by having the first temple edifice constructed by native pharaohs of the 30th dynasty.
The Temple Edfu
One of the last temples ever constructed in the history of ancient Egypt, it is the best-preserved temple in the country. It is a final reminder of the heritage’s splendor, majesty, and glory. The site of the Edfu temple is thought to have been the scene of the most significant conflict between the forces of good and evil, represented by the ancient Egyptian gods Set and Horus, ever fought in the annals of Egyptian mythology.
The Kom Ombo Temple
Kom Ombo is a must-visit attraction on the Aswan day tours. A town in the Aswan Governorate of Upper Egypt is home to the remarkable double temple known as the Temple of Kom Ombo. The Ptolemaic dynasty, which ruled from 180 to 47 BC, oversaw its construction.
The Kalabsha temple
As the first stop on any Nile River Cruise on Nasser Lake, the magnificent Kalabsha temple is a fantastic location because of the High Dam at Aswan. A lot may be learned about the Greek Pharaohs and the ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses from the unique hieroglyphs and reliefs on its walls.
The Unfinished Obelisk
The Unfinished Obelisk, built by Hatshepsut, the fifth pharaoh of Egypt’s Eighteenth Dynasty, is approximately a third more significant than any other ancient Egyptian obelisk ever created. It would have been around 42 meters long and nearly 1,090 metric tonnes (1,200 tonnes) in weight if it had been completed.
The Nubian Museum
The Nubian culture and civilization were the focus of the Nubian Museum. The Aga Khan Prize for Architecture was given to it in 2001. a beautiful place to visit on your Aswan day tours.
The structure features three levels for displaying and housing items, along with a library and information center. The monumental objects representing different stages in the growth of Nubian culture and civilization take up most of the museum space.
Located in the city of Aswan, Elephantine is an island in the Nile, and the island contains many archaeological sites.
The name of the island may have come from the rounded rocks that line the banks of the island, which from above resemble elephant tusks, or from the shape of the island itself.
Kitchener’s Island is a small, oval-shaped island located in the middle of the Nile River in Aswan, behind the island of Elephantine. Because of the area’s lush, natural surroundings, locals and visitors can enjoy it as a lovely place to unwind and have picnics.
The island, which is less than a kilometer long and half a km wide, is well known for housing Aswan’s enchanted Botanical Garden, the world’s most unusual plant collection.
The High Dam
One of the most significant things Egypt has accomplished in the past 100 years is the High Dam of Aswan. One of the most recent wonders to be added to the shining city of Aswan, the High Dam, has allowed Egypt to soar to new heights and take a significant stride forward. It brought energy and water to Egypt and prevented it from flooding.