Near the Border with Sudan a Small Nubian village Located south of Aswan along Lake Nasser’s shore, has the most famous attraction in all of Egypt after the Giza Pyramids, the two temples cut into the living rock by King Ramesses II, The Two temples were moved from their original location in 1968 after the Aswan High Dam was built, which threatened to submerge them. The relocation was completed thanks to an international effort led by UNESCO, and the temple was admitted into the list of World Heritage Sites in 1979.
The world's greatest open-air museum divided acroos the Nile River, The ruins of the Egyptian temple complexes at Karnak and Luxor stand within the modern city. Immediately opposite, across the River Nile, lie the monuments, temples and tombs of the west bank Theban Necropolis, which includes the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens, Discover most of the Egyptian Civilization Mystries as Luxor has much to offer the visitor.
Discover the largest pyramids built in ancient Egypt, and they have historically been common as emblems of Ancient Egypt in the Western imagination, They were popularized in Hellenistic times, when the Great Pyramid was listed by Antipater of Sidon as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is by far the oldest of the Ancient Wonders and the only one still in existence.
Aswan is known for its beautiful Nile Valley scenery, significant archaeological sites and its peaceful aura. Its weather is warm all year round, which makes it a perfect winter destination.
The city provides splendid views and attractions to sail through the Nile with a felucca (Egyptian sailboat). The river flows gently from Lake Nasser, through various islands, surrounded by black granite and greenery. Sailing to historical sites, such as Philea, gives you an opportunity to explore Aswan’s rich history and culture. Other spectacular historical destinations include the Unfinished Obelisk and The Modern High dam.
Apart from Aswan’s historical sites, the city offers a unique cultural experience through the Nubian Village, known as “Gharb Seheyl”. Exploring the colourful village allows you to discover the last vestiges of the Nubian civilization that co-existed with the Ancient Egyptians.
Located 85 KM from Luxor (01 Hour & 30 Minutes) covers some 40,000 square meters and is surrounded by a hefty mudbrick enclosed wall, The earliest extant building in the compound today is the mammisi raised by Nectanebo II – last of the native pharaohs (360–343 BC). The features in the complex include:
Hathor temple (the main temple)
Temple of the birth of Isis
Mammisi of Nectanebo II
a Barque shrine
Gateways of Domitian and Trajan
the Roman Kiosk
Find out how the building of the pyramids developed and visit the pyramid included in Saqqara, the Step pyramid, the pyramid of “King Snefru” and the great Giza pyramids guarded by the Sphinx.
The temple of Esna is primarily dedicated to God Khnum, It was remarkable for the beauty of its site and the magnificence of its architecture, It seems that the first temple in Esna was built during the reign of Thuthmosis III (during the New Kingdom), but the present temple dates from the Greco-Roman period.
Discovering most of the Egyptian History on one day, in this tour you will be applied to discover the most of Egyptian History in one day, By visiting Giza Pyramids and discover it's mysterious and the Egyptian Museum which contains the biggest Egyptian Antiques collection in one place.
Transferring Between Luxor and Aswan Directly take around 05 Hours with out any stops, if we stopped on the way it will be 08 Hours, those Extra 03 Hours will not be lost as you will visit 02 of best temples of Egypt (The temple of Edfu & The temple of Kom Ombo)
The the third-largest city in Egypt after Cairo and Giza, the capital of Greco-Roman Civilization, Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC, have witnessed so many historic events and legends Few cities of the world have a history as rich as that of Alexandria.
Egypt has one of the longest documented histories of any country in the world. The influence of various religious beliefs, from its birth and through to subsequent periods of global recognition, highlight a rich and varied set of belief systems that have helped shape the nation today, As a symbol of how religion has shaped the country, many churches stand side by side with mosques
Peer out at the city's shining lights, and Spend an unforgettable Night Cruising onboard a 5 star Nile Cruise Restaurant savoring an open buffet.
After Dinner an entertainment show will start with performing a songs , Belly dance show and Tanoura Show
Unlike the West Bank, which was always the main area for cemeteries and mortuary temples, the East Bank represented the main settlement of the living throughout the millennia, It is centred on the twin foci of the Temple of Luxor and the Temple of Karnak.
Luxor Known as The world's largest open air museum Discover this from above and Enjoy the view of most Luxor Attractions
Step through a portal to ancient times, with the memorable Pyramids Sound and Light Show, Thousands of years have passed since the pharaohs walked on earth, leaving behind a mystery on how the great pyramids were built. And, we can't just skip the enigmatic sphinx, standing prominently as a guard to protect the Great Pyramids, the pharaonic history is being re-told by the sphinx, unraveling the ancient secrets and mysterious tales.
Enjoy the ecstatic Nile River with a new taste and a different view, The revamped and modernized oriental felucca boats offer an exceptional and exclusive service,with a wide selection of food and beverages to choose from that acquires all tastes. Set your mood for a ride that you will soon not forget.
Few would disagree that Egypt boasts one of the richest cultures in the world. From present-day Islamic and Coptic traditions to the Pharaonic civilizations of yesteryear, Cairo is home to some excellent museums that protect and showcase the nation’s past and present.
The home to an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities, contains many important pieces of ancient Egyptian history
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is a large museum (490,000 square metres (5,300,000 sq ft) ) in the ancient city of Fustat, now part of Cairo, Egypt. The museum was opened in February 2017 and will display a collection of 50,000 artefacts, presenting Egyptian civilization from prehistoric times to the present day.
on 3 April 2021, during which twenty-two mummies belonging to Kings and Queens of the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt were moved from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat an event held in and named under Pharaohs' Golden Parade