Day Trip to Aswan from Marsa Alam
It is known that Aswan is one of the most important cities in Egypt with its incredible weather and beautiful monuments. Actually, one day is not enough to visit Aswan sightseeing but at least you will visit the high lights of Aswan.
Aswan one day sightseeing from Marsa Alam will start around 4:30am from your hotel direct to Aswan Pull into Egypt’s ancient frontier town of the south, Aswan. Visit the Unfinished obelisk (a huge obelisk dating back to the 18th dynasty that was left unfinished). It is nearly one third larger than any ancient Egyptian obelisk ever erected. You’ll also have the chance to visit the impressive High Dam (An engineering miracle was constructed between 1960 and 1970.), the country’s powerhouse for both irrigation and electricity.
Continue driving to Aswan to start with the miracle of Egyptian in modern time, High Dam, the country’s powerhouse for both irrigation and electricity.(Was built in 1960). After lunch. Lunch will be taken in an Egyptian restaurant before they will continue to the romantic temple of Philae. Enjoy motorboat riding till the island where you will visit the temple.
Open your heart and mind and listen to your guide when he will explain you about moving the temple from the original place till the present one and the romantic stories relate to the temple and the last hieroglyphic text existed on the Egyptian monuments. As the sun sets, there is free time to shop in the colorful souk (market) full of fragrant spices, amulets, textiles and souvenirs. (Aswan Market is famous for dry dates, Herbs, and handmade souvenirs) or simply relax and watch an amazing sunset in Egypt's southern most towns.
Later on, they will drive you back to your hotel in Marsa Alam.
Price For One Person is 185 USD From 2 To 9 Persons
What to Remember
• Please provide Hotel name.
• Room number.
• Hotel pick-up and drop off
• Transfers by air-conditioned vehicle
• Academic Egyptologist tour guide
• All taxes and service charges
• Lunch at a local restaurant
• Entrance fees
What’s Not Included
• Personal expenses.