Aswan is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Egypt. It is the capital of the governorate of the same name and is located on the eastern bank of the Nile at the top of the First Cataract. It is located in the far south of Egypt. The best offers on Aswan trips and full-day and half-day trips are waiting for you during your vacation in Egypt.
$410 / Per person
Private day trip from Aswan to Cairo that includes domestic flight, private guide, private car and lunch. Visit the main landmarks and wonders of Cairo and Giza. Beginning with the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Sphinx. Visit the Queen’s Humble Pyramids, Valley Temple and Sphinx before concluding your visit with the Egyptian Museum and Cairo Bazaar (the souk).
$60 / Per person
The Aswan Day Tour will take you to the attractions of the city. Our daily excursions will take you to the High Dam, which formed Lake Nasser, the unfinished obelisk, which will show you how the ancient Egyptians carved these huge stone pillars, and finally the Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis.
$80 / Per person
Join us on our trip to Abu Simbel from Aswan in the early morning in a new air conditioning bus to see the two rock-cut temples at Abu Simbel. These temples are distinctive in both architecture and location on the shores of Lake Nasser.
$75 / Per person
- 8 Hours
On a private trip from Aswan, see the temples of Edfu and Kom Ombo with your very own Egyptologist guide. Relax in a private air-conditioned vehicle during your excursion to these two well-preserved temples, and enjoy the full attention of your tour guide. Explore the bank of the Kom Ombo River, dedicated to both falcon and crocodile deities, and admire Edfu, the finest complete ancient sanctuary in Egypt.
$350 / Per person
- 6 Hours
Make travel to Abu Simbel as simple as possible. In the morning, board a plane in Aswan and head to Abu Simbel. Spend the morning viewing the stunning tombs carved into the rocks on the shore of Lake Nasser before heading back to Aswan for the afternoon.
$45 / Per person
- 5 Hours
On a half-day private tour to the Tombs of the Nobles in Aswan, see the tombs of the ancient Egyptian nobles. Take a speedboat up the Nile, then ascend to the Cliffside Tombs to see the frescoes and hieroglyphs depicting the lives of the lords. Visit the cliff-top Qubbat al-Hawa Temple for panoramic views and learn about the tombs from your guide.
$40 / Per person
- 2 Hours
In the evening, take an hour-long tour of the Philae Temple to see a sound and light show. This intriguing display tells the stories of the goddess Isis and the god Osiris with words, light and music. Walk the Philae Temple and enjoy the stunning panoramic views while listening to the kings tell their tales.
$45 / Per person
- 6 Hours
Enjoy your daily tour to Kalabsha Temple in Aswan and the Nubian Museum. From your accommodation, you will be taken to the Nubian Museum in Aswan, which displays antiquities and artefacts from the long history of the Nubian civilization. Then you will go to the Kalabsha Temple, which was built in 30 BC on the site of an earlier temple.
$70 / Per person
Best Aswan Day Trip Philae and Kalabsha Temples, Nubian Museum, Lunch with Philae Island Guide and Kalabsha Temple are two of the most famous places in Aswan. You can also visit the Nubian Museum, which houses antiquities and artefacts from the Nubian culture and civilization. The price includes all transportation, guide and entry fees. This is the best way to learn about Aswan’s history and Nubian culture in just one day.
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Gamil was a very good guide that was straight to the point and very knowledgeable. Great value for a private tour of the pyramids with freedom to see more or less of what you want.
Amazing day exploring Egypt- 10/10 would recommend! We got picked up from our hotel, they gave us water, drove us to the pyramids, took care of all the tickets and even became our photographer for the day!
Second time going to the The Great Pyramids of Giza and shimmy Carter our tour guide was fantastic. Knowledgeable and kept us informed and together as a group for an amazing experience.
Amazing trip with Travel Door Tours. Had Jimmy as an expert tour guide. Extremely informative. Made getting through talk the sites very easy. No issues the whole way and an amazing experience!
This was an unbelievable experience throughout all of Giza’s most famous sights. Mohammad was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about both the history of each site as well as the cultural aspects of the city/country.
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You can wear anything you like. During the summer in Egypt, you should wear something light made of cotton or linen, be comfortable, and put on sunblock. You should also wear comfortable shoes, like closed-toe shoes, to handle the sandy ground.
If you aren’t used to the sun in Egypt, bring a hat with a brim and sunglasses. Pack everything you might need and put it in a small bag so you can move easily from place to place.
Yes, you can get it all year. The Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor takes three to four days on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and costs $600, and the cruise from Luxor to Aswan takes four to five days on Saturday, Monday, and Thursday and costs $650.
You can get your visa when you get to Egypt, and it will be good for 30 days. However, it is highly recommended that you get an e-visa, which is available through an online application and gives the traveler 30 days from the time they enter Egypt.
Egypt is a safe place for women tourists because Egyptians are very friendly and treat everyone who comes to their country with respect. When women travel to Egypt, they feel very safe while they are there.
Between winter and spring, many people think that the period from October to April is the best time to visit Egypt. With the winter breeze, the weather becomes tropical and very warm. This means that tourists can enjoy their time in Egypt, visit all the wonderful attractions and monuments, and most importantly, take a cruise on the Nile and sail along the longest river in the world.