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El templo de Kom Ombo se encuentra a 48 km al norte de Asuán y fue construido durante el período greco-romano. El templo es único, ya que es un templo doble dedicado a Sobek el dios cocodrilo y a Horus el dios con cabeza de halcón. El diseño combina los dos templos, cada lado tiene sus propios portales y capillas. El Templo de Edfu fue construido entre el 237 y el 57 ac. en el reinado de Cleopatra VII. De todos templos de Egipto, el Templo de Horus en Edfu es el más conservado en su totalidad.

desde 92,42 €

A visit to Philae Temple at night to attend the Sound and Light Show is a magical experience. The floodlit buildings are silhouetted against the volcanic rocks and water surrounding them, creating a magical environment.Enjoy the spectacular lights of the multimedia presentations which vividly reveals the form and majesty of this ancient site and walk through the dramatically lit temple as its history is narrated.After the show your driver/guide will meet you at the gates of the complex to escort you back to your hotel.

desde 39,62 €

Early morning transfer by A/C bus to visit Abu Simbel .The two Temples of Abu Simbel, with their unique style, are considered to be the masterpieces on ancient Egypt .They reflect the glory and grandeur of the new Kinkdom. The Egyptian government and UNESCO decided to co-operate in order to save these temples from the flood.

The temple of Ramses II was dedicated to the four universal gods Ptah ,Ra-Her –Akhtey, Amun Re,and to Ramses II himself. The great Abu Simbel is also called The Sun Temple of Ramsess II. The temple of queen Nefertari is also called the Hathor who was the wife of the Sun God so in a symbolic way, the two Temples, that of Ramses' II and that of Nefertari, bring Ramsess II ,Nefertari , Hathor and the Sun God together as one.

desde 130,72 €

A day tour to the High Dam, an engineering miracle built in 1960 protecting Egypt from annual floods from the Nile. Proceed to visit the Unfinished Obelisk which shows the techniques used by the ancient Egyptians to cut obelisks.

Most probably this obelisk belongs to Queen Hatshepsut, one of the rulers of the 18th dynasty and the royal wife of king Tuthmosis II. This queen was the owner of Al Deir El-Bahari temple in the eastern bank of Luxor. Also there is an opinion said that it belongs to Queen Nefertiti. Then onto the majestic Philae Temple which was built on the honor of goddess Isis the chief deity of the island.

desde 60,73 €

A stone stele is engraved on a rock at the island Sehel, near Elephantine, north of Aswan. It was discovered in 1889 by C.EWilbour. Pharaoh Zoser, around 2,750 BC, built the first pyramid, the Step Pyramid at Saqqara. This monument is claimed to illustrate the invention of building with stone. Imhotep, scribe and architect of Zoser’s pyramid, who has been honored and deified for having invented the building with stone.

God Khnum, the potter who, as in the Bible, is fashioning the bodies of humans and gods with the Nile silt, with clay, in other words processing minerals. Called The Famine Stele, it was engraved during a recent epoch, under the Ptolemees (200 BC), but certain reliable clues have led Egyptologists to believe that, in an amplified form it had already become an authentic document by the beginning of the Old Kingdom (2,750 BC).

desde 31,69 €

Elephantine Island is located on front of Aswan city in the Nile .You will enjoy the felucca sailing to reach to the island. It was a big market of elephants during the ancient periods. Inside the island you will visit three temples belong to the ancient Egyptian periods and to the Greek and Roman time. The Nile Meter was used to define the taxes that should collect from the people. You will also see ruins of Jewish temple. Some ruins belong to the Islamic period.

desde 29,05 €

The site of Edfu contains the most complete and best-preserved temple in Egypt, the Ptolemaic Temple of Horus. This was constructed between 237 BC and 57 BC on top of the remains of earlier temples.

The reliefs that cover the walls, columns, and doorways of the temple constitute an extremely important source of information about ancient Egyptian religious and political thought. Among the most interesting of these reliefs tell the story of Horus exacting his revenge on Seth for the murder of his father, Osiris, an event that was re-enacted annually in the temple. Other reliefs recount the stages of the temple’s construction, and provide dates for the completion of different building elements.

Objects of note in the temple include a colossal statue of Horus as a falcon, which stands at the entrance to the main temple building, and a granite shrine (naos) of Nectanebo II (c. 360-342 BCE); this is the oldest object in the temple and probably belonged to an earlier building. It now stands in the sanctuary. The temple complex also includes the remains of a birth house (mammisi) and the base of a pylon belonging to a temple of Ramesses III.

The Horus temple was once part of a larger settlement area that extended westwards beyond the complex and flourished from the Old Kingdom to the Greco-Roman Period. Several cemeteries were also associated with the settlement.

desde 72,62 €

You will be transferred from your hotel in Aswan to St. Simoen Monastery which is located opposing the southern tip of the Elephantine Island by motor boat then take camel. Firstly, it was called Anba Hatre Monastery. The principal church of the Monastery was built during the first half of the eleventh century (or possibly earlier, in the. tenth century ) and represents the oldest of its kind in Egypt.

desde 35,65 €

Our guide will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan to enjoy Nubian Villages are situated at the bottom of Elephantine Island. You are going to discover the simple and natural life of the very kind and hospitable Nubian people. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and experience the special atmosphere in the Nubian villages.

Nubian villages are located inter alia on the islands Elephantine, Sehel and on the West bank of the Nile, from Gharb-Sehel near the Dam until the northern region, where our guesthouse is situated

desde 26,4 €

The elite Tombs, dating mainly from the Old Kingdom, provide an insight into the burial traditions of Upper Egyptian Nome 1 during the later Old Kingdom. The tombs include the famous tomb of Harkhuf. Others belong to Sabni or Heqaib. There are later tombs, from the Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom. Excavation work continues. The hill is also the site of a Coptic monastery and some of the tombs were reused as a Coptic church.

desde 29,05 €

Isis Corniche Hotel, Corniche el Nile, 5

Get a true taste for life in Aswan by sharing an authentic Nubian meal with a local family. Stroll the Nile River’s Elephantine Island like a true Nubian, chat with locals about their history and traditions, and find out why the people of Aswan are famous for their friendliness and incredible hospitality!

Imagine your entire village was moved from its ancestral lands because a dam was being constructed. This is the story of the Nubians in Southern Egypt, who were relocated to in the 1960s to the area around Aswan city.

On this Aswan tour, you’ll have the opportunity to not only eat delicious home cooked Nubian food, but also have the privilege of learning about the people, culture, history, and traditions of Aswan. We’ll visit a Nubian family in their home and experience some traditional hospitality. As a guest, you’re welcome to ask as many questions as you like! Learn about their lives and culture, and about the different Nubian tribes living around Elephantine Island.

Your Home Cooked Aswan tour will take you on a stroll around Elephantine Island before settling in for a shared meal with a local family. The styles and colours of the homes in this community cannot be found anywhere else in Egypt, so you’ll want to keep your camera ready!

Then, after we’ve walked and explored, it’s time to eat! The types of dishes you’ll be offered are among the most favourite delicacies for Nubians. You might get to sample dishes like Bird’s Tongue Soup (don’t worry, there are no tongues involved), or maybe some rice with vermicelli, oven-cooked chicken, Nile perch, and mixed vegetables. But no matter what’s on the menu, be aware that Nubians like to eat a lot — so be prepared and come hungry!

desde 37,69 €

El Templo de Kalabsha se encuentra en el lago Nasser, muy cerca de la Presa de Asuán. Queda a unos 30 minutos en coche desde la ciudad de Asuán, para a continuación, ir a bordo de una lancha a motor desde el muelle durante 15 minutos hasta llegar al templo, ya que se encuentra encima de una isla. El sitio tiene requiere de 1 hora para la visita guiada. La Isla de Kalabsha contiene al Templo de Kalabsha, Beit el Wali, Maharaka y Kertasa. Uno de nuestro guía acompañará a los clientes, y por razones de seguridad tendrán que usar los chalecos salvavidas que estarán disponibles durante el viaje.

desde 36,85 €

El Museo de Nubia alberga la historia de Nubia, conocida como la "Tierra de Oro" en jeroglífico, la lengua del antiguo Egipto en la que los símbolos pictóricos se utilizan para representar el significado y los sonidos. El Museo Internacional de Nubia se encuentra en Asuán, en un área de 50.000 metros cuadrados, tres mil piezas de antigüedades representan diferentes edades: geológica, faraónica, romana, copta e islámica.

desde 36,97 €