The trip was carefully crafted, and its attractions were carefully selected. Within four days, you will visit Luxor, Aswan, and then Abu Simbel Temple.
Luxor tours is the largest city containing monuments, buildings, temples, and statues of massive construction, dating back millions of years. Still, it has remained lofty with all its splendor and beauty to this day.
With its simple charm and stunning scenery, Aswan will overwhelm you with warmth and a dreamy romance.
The famous Temple of Abu Simbel, an artistic and architectural miracle, testifies to ancient Pharaonic civilization’s superiority in astronomy. Its enormous entrance contains a number of massive statues, the most important of which is King Ramses II and his wife, Nefertari. The walls are decorated with inscriptions that have not been affected by the passage of time.
This journey begins in Luxor, but we can meet you anywhere along the way; just send us an email at [email protected] if you're interested.
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After arriving in Luxor and meeting with one of our representatives, you'll check into a luxurious hotel and have time to freshen up before beginning your tour of the city. Before he goes, he will let you know the dates of the forthcoming trips.
After a delicious breakfast, take an early morning ride with your guide and private driver to the west bank of the Nile, the place where the old Egyptians buired their kings and queens.
They thought the sun's setting was the meaning of death. That's the reason they built all their tombs on the west side of the Nile.
After the tombs, we will visit the temple of the most powerful woman in ancient Egypt, the queen Hatshepsut, the only woman who ruled Egypt.
While we are driving back, we will find two huge statues of Memnon, where we will stop to take memorable photos with the two gigantics.
The temples of Luxor and Karnak are located in the east, and the holy route connecting them is known as the Avenue of Sphinx.
Karnak Temple is the world's biggest temple complex, consisting of around four temples dedicated to the sun deity Amun.
The Great Temple is made up of a collection of roughly 10 massive edifices.
After seeing the great temple, we will take a tour of the holy road, the route of the gods, which is the recently opened road, the Avenue of Sphinx, as it connects the temples of Karnak and Luxor.
Luxor Temple is the smaller of the two temples, but it is much more magnificent. It was totally covered in sand, and a mosque was erected over it, which still stands today and incorporates a portion of the temple.
To save you from starving, we'll take a break at a restaurant overlooking the Nile to have lunch.
We'll continue our journey to the south today, where we'll have a short breakfast before heading to Edfu Temple with your guide.
We'll get out of the automobile to have a ride just before arriving at the Edfu temple.
The Temple of Edfu, commonly known as the Temple of Horus, is Egypt's second-largest temple after Karnak. We will ride in a carriage there. It is the most complete temple in Egypt, which was also built under the Roman Empire. At Edfu Temple, goodness prevails, which is a suitable testament to the temple's name. Horus, the son of Osiris, was given the winged sun symbol, which he utilized to destroy Set, the god of the underworld. This temple depicts and narrates the events of this story in great detail.
After this fascinating stop, we'll continue our journey to the Temple of Kom Ombo, a Roman-era temple.
He has his own area of a temple that has been partitioned into two sections.
There's a section just for Horus, and another just for Sobek.
We shall arrive in Aswan after this visit. It is possible to go to the hotel first to drop off your bags before continuing on with your day's activities.
In addition, lunch will be included in the day's schedule so that you may finish the day full of energy and activity.
Today's Aswan visits are a visit to the High Dam and Philae Temple.
The High Dam was the most important building in Egypt in the twentieth century.
As it was the main source of electricity generation in Egypt, it also preserved the wasted water of the Nile due to the floods and formed the largest artificial lake in the world, Lake Nasser.
After that, we will all go together to the Philae temple, which is located in the middle of the water, so we will go there by motorboat to enjoy the Nile drifting to the Philae temple, which was saved from the flood before the construction of the High Dam.
Rise and shine. Following breakfast, a private car will bring you to Abu Simbel, where you will be welcomed by a pleasant guide who will explain all there is to know about this magnificent monument, the Abu Simbel temple.
The Abu Simbel Temple houses one of the Pharaohs' marvels. The temple was designed with the sun perpendicular to King Ramses II's face during the beginning of the planting season in October and the beginning of the harvest season in February.
The miracle occurs twice a year, on the 22nd of October and the 22nd of February.
Following the completion of the tour, we will return for a three-hour journey to Aswan.
Our services end in Aswan, but we are prepared to carry out any request you may have, or if you want to travel somewhere else or extend the number of days you want, just notify our representative or contact us via email at [email protected] if you're interested.
You may call or text us at +201003648405
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