Aswan Abu Simbel Two Days Tours from Hurghada 260$
💓💓💓 Looking for an unforgettable adventure in Egypt? 🇪🇬 👉 Do you want to see the amazing temples of the pharaohs and discover ancient history and culture? 🏛️ 👉 Do you want to relax in a luxury hotel and enjoy the beauty of the Nile? 🌊 👍 If so, we have the perfect offer for you! 😍 🎁 Excursion to Aswan and Abu Simbel from Hurghada! 🎁 ✅ In this two-day tour, you will see the highlights of Aswan and Abu Simbel, such as:
🟣 High dam – the largest dam in the world
🟣🌎Temple of Philae – dedicated to the goddess Isis
🟣💕Unfinished Obelisk – the largest obelisk in history
🟣🗿Temples of Abu Simbel – majestic works of Ramesses II and Nefertari
🙌 ✅ In this tour you will benefit:A professional guide who will tell you everything about the places you will visit Convenient transport from Hurghada to Aswan and Abu Simbel and back 🚗
Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant 🍽️
Stay in a hotel in Aswan overlooking the Nile 🏨 ✅ In this tour you will 🗣️
260$ per adult🚘
Children up to 6 years – free 👶
Children from 6 to 12 years – 50% discount 👧 ✅ In this tour you are guaranteed:
Safety and hygiene 😷
Satisfaction and fun 😊
Unforgettable memories and photos 📸
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Aswan Abu Simbel Two Days Tours from Hurghada
Aswan and Abu Simbel are two unique places in Egypt that attract thousands of tourists from all over the world. Located in the southern part of the country, both places provide an unforgettable experience for lovers of history and culture. In this article, we will take a closer look at these two attractions and their importance to Egypt.
Aswan is a city in Upper Egypt, located on the Nile River. It is known primarily for its granite stone, which was used to build many important monuments of Egypt, such as the pyramids of Giza or the Great Temple in Karnak.
The most important place in Aswan is the Aswan High Dam, which was built in the 60s of the twentieth century. This dam was intended to control the water level of the Nile and provide electricity for the whole country. Today it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Aswan.
Aswan is also a place where you can visit temples and tombs from the time of the pharaohs. The most important of these is Abu Simbel.
Abu Simbel is a complex of two temples built by Pharaoh Ramses II around 1250 BC. They are located near the border with Sudan, on the shores of Lake Naser.
The main temple at Abu Simbel is dedicated to the god Ra-Horace, and the smaller one is dedicated to his wife, the goddess Hathor. Both temples are decorated with giant statues of Ramesses II – over 20 meters high!
Abu Simbel is considered one of the greatest masterpieces of ancient art, as well as one of the most important tourist destinations in Egypt. Interestingly, in the 60s of the twentieth century, these temples were moved to a higher place to avoid flooding by the waters of the Nile after the construction of the Aswan dam.
Recently, a lot of information has appeared on the internet about various exotic places to visit around the world. One such place is Aswan in Egypt, which attracts tourists with its cultural and historical richness. There are many monuments in Aswan, including the most famous – the temple complex in Abu Simbel.
Abu Simbel is one of the most important places to visit in Egypt, especially in Aswan. It is located about 280 km south of Aswan, near the border with Sudan. This magnificent temple complex was built by Pharaoh Ramesses II in the thirteenth century BC to commemorate his victories in battles.
In the complex there are two huge temples, each of them measures over 30 meters in height. One of them is dedicated to the god Re-Horatia, and the other – the goddess Hathor and Queen Nefertiti. Both of these temples are considered to be among the greatest architectural achievements of ancient Egypt.
Abu Simbel: Discovery and Transfer
The temple complex at Abu Simbel was obscured by the sands of the Sahara for many centuries, until 1813, when it was discovered by the Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt. Since then, it has become one of the most important places to visit in Egypt, attracting tourists from all over the world.
It is worth visiting Abu Simbel not only because of its historical significance, but also because of its beauty. These temples are incredibly impressive with their size and beautiful finish. On the walls there are paintings depicting Ramesses II and his wife, as well as scenes from everyday life of ancient Egypt.
If you are planning a visit to Abu Simbel, it is worth booking enough time to be able to see this wonderful complex closely. You can get there by car or arrange excursions from Aswan. It is also worth remembering that Egypt has a hot climate, so you should prepare properly and take appropriate clothes and drinks with you.
All in all, Abu Simbel is one of the most wonderful places to visit in Egypt. The temple complex built by Ramesses II is not only an important historical monument, but also one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Trip to Aswan and Abu Simbel from Hurghada – 2 days adventure in ancient Egypt
Egypt is a country rich in culture, history and heritage, with a rich tradition and centuries-old monuments. A trip to Aswan and Abu Simbel is a unique opportunity to get to know ancient Egypt and get acquainted with the secrets of this country. During this two-day adventure from Hurghada, you will have the opportunity to see some of Egypt’s most magnificent sights, including the famous temples at Abu Simbel.
Day One: Aswan
Your adventure begins in Hurghada, where you will pick up your ferry ticket and set off on a journey to Aswan. Upon arrival, your guide will take you on a walk around the city, during which you will see many sights and tourist attractions.
The first point of the trip is the island of Elephantine, where the remains of ancient Egyptian civilization are located. On the island there are ruins of a temple, which was built in tribute to the god Khnum, the protector of the Nile. You will also see granite mines, from which stone was extracted in ancient times for the construction of temples and pyramids.
Temple of Phila
The next point of the trip is the beautiful temple of Phila, located on a small island on the Nile. This is one of the most important temples in Egypt, built in tribute to the goddess Isis. During the tour you will see many wonderful sculptures and paintings that delight with their beauty and precision of execution.
Aswan High Dam
The last point of the first day of the trip is the Aswan High Dam, built on the Nile in the 60s of the twentieth century. It is one of the greatest engineering works of the twentieth century, protecting Egypt from floods and ensuring a steady supply of water to the cities and villages in the Nile Valley.
Day Two: Abu Simbel
On the second day, you will travel to Abu Simbel, the famous temple complex built by Pharaoh Ramses II. You will have the opportunity to admire the amazing statues that adorn the walls of the temple, as well as see amazing images of gods and pharaohs. It is an unforgettable experience for anyone interested in history and art.
After visiting Abu Simbel, you will make your way back to Hurghada, but before you get there, you will stop on the way in the village of Kom Ombo, where there is a famous temple dedicated to the gods Sobek and Haroeris. You will be able to admire amazing sculptures and hieroglyphics, as well as see interesting artifacts that have been found in the area.
After visiting Kom Ombo, you will go on your way back to Hurghada, where this unforgettable adventure will end.
After a trip to Aswan and Abu Simbel from Hurghada, you will have unforgettable memories of beautiful ancient Egypt. Two day trips allow you to see many amazing places, especially those that are important to the history of Egypt.
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✓ Temple Tickets
✓ Deluxe Lunch (both days)
✓ Breakfast on the second day
✓ qualified - speaking guide
✓ Hotel stay, Also transfer to Aswan – Abu Simbel and back to the hotel
✓ taxes and service fees
✓ Additional tour programs
✓ Preparation of appropriate clothes, especially if you are planning a visit to the Abu Simbel temple - modest clothes are required (no exposed shoulders and knees)
✓ Prepare comfortable shoes, as the tour involves a lot of walking
✓ Bring bottles of drinking water with you
✓ Remember to protect your skin from the sun - it is worth taking a sunscreen cream and a hat with you
✓ Hat and sunglasses
✓ Camera or phone
✓ Prepare cash for possible additional expenses, e.g. drinks during meals, souvenirs
Questions and answers about the trip from Hurghada to Aswan
How long does it take to travel from Hurghada to Aswan and Abu Simbel?
This trip takes about 9 hours one way, so the whole trip takes 2 days.
Are there tickets to the monuments included in the price of the tour?
Yes, entrance tickets to the temple complex in Abu Simbel and other monuments in Aswan are included in the price of the tour.
Is food provided during the tour?
Yes, lunch is available in the restaurant during the tour.
Do I need to carry cash with me during the tour?
It is recommended to have some cash in case you want to buy souvenirs or meals outside of lunch at the restaurant. In most places, payment cards are also accepted.
When and to whom should we pay for the trip?
Payment is during the tour, after boarding the bus. You pay the Guide who goes with you by bus.
Is transportation included in the tour price?
Yes, transportation by air-conditioned bus is included in the tour price.
What Sightseeing are included in the tour?
During the tour, visit the temple complex in Abu Simbel and the most important monuments in Aswan, such as the unfinished obelisk, the High Dam and the Temple of Philae.
What clothes should I wear during the tour?
It is recommended to wear comfortable and airy clothes, such as shirts and trousers with long legs, as well as headgear to protect yourself from the sun.
Can I pay for the trip with another currency / card / bank transfer?
We accept payments in US dollars, euros, British pounds, Egyptian pounds. We convert the price of the tour at the current exchange rate.
What is the price of a trip to Aswan for children?
Children up to 6 years old go on a trip for free. Children between 6 and 12 years old pay half price.
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