Aswan Day Tours - Best Day Trips in Aswan

Taking an Aswan Day Tours with United Guides Travel is the best way to see some of the oldest buildings and artifacts. For more than 20 years, we have been putting together the best day trips from Aswan. Tour guides, drivers, and travel agents with licenses help us do this. Despite everything, they have kept giving excellent service at prices anyone can pay.

Experience the beauty of the Nile River as it winds through the famous granite cliffs of Aswan. These cliffs can be seen in all their majesty on the city’s many tours. Make a reservation for one of our Aswan Tours, and you’ll have a great time spending the day visiting the city’s most famous historical sites.

On one of our Aswan Excursions, you’ll see places like Philae Temple, Edfu Temple, Kom Ombo Temple, Abu Simbel, Kitchener’s Island, Nubian Villages, and Nubian Museum which are from ancient Egypt, and Nubia.

TOP ASWAN DAY TOURS

Everyone can see the beautiful sights of Cairo, Alexandria, and Luxor on our flights that leave from Aswan. On one of our city tours of Aswan, you might see a sound and light show at Philae Temple, take a felucca ride on the Nile, or ride in an Aswan horse-drawn carriage. There’s also a lot more. Please learn more about the daily tours we offer from Aswan and book your spot on the tour of your choice as soon as you can. We have a private Egyptologist who will lead each of our trips outside of Aswan and show us the long-lost secrets of this mythical land.

One day was spent seeing the many amazing things in Luxor. It comes from Aswan and other places. From Aswan, you can also take Luxor Day Tours, where you can see places like the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the Valley of Queens, and the Luxor Temple.

The best way to see all of the ancient sites and artifacts in Aswan in a short amount of time is to visit the city for a day. Take one of our many tours out of Aswan and spend a day or two relaxing by the Nile and seeing some of the area’s interesting sights. BOOK NOW with us one of Aswan day tours from Egypt Day Tours.

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Top Day Trips in Aswan

Aswan Felucca Tours

With Aswan Felucca Tours, you can cruise the beautiful Nile River in style while taking it easy. Aswan Felucca Tours are a wonderful way to see Elephantine Island and feel the romance of the Nile.
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Private Aswan City Tour

One of our knowledgeable guides leads the Aswan Dam Tour, which stops at the Philae Temple and the Unfinished Obelisk. You can take a tour of the 30-meter-wide and 50-meter-high Aswan Dam, as well as the Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae, which was once the home of the Egyptian goddess Isis.
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Day Tour to St Simeon Monastery

On our St. Simeon Monastery Tour, you can learn more about the St. Simeon Monastery, a beautiful place near the Agha Khan Mausoleum on the west bank of Aswan, across from the southern edge of Elephantine Island. On our day tour to St. Simeon Monastery, you can find out more about this monastery, which was built in the 7th century and is also known as Anba Hatred.
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Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum Tour

Our guide will take you to the original Toutmosis II and Amenophis II temples at Kalabsha, 50 kilometers south of Aswan, to learn more about the Temple of Kalabsha, which was taken apart and rebuilt at its current location after the High Dam was built, and to take a wonderful tour of the Nubian Museum, which has over 3,000 pharaonic artifacts.
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Nubian Village Tour

On our tour to the Nubian Village in Aswan, you'll see the sites on a traditional felucca and learn about the people and culture of the Nubian people. The basic way of life of the Nubians may be experienced via Nubian Tours.
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Philae Temple Sound and Light Show

The Sound and Light Show at the Philae Temple is a must-see. Find out how the Temple of Philae was moved stone by stone from Philea Island to Egilica Island when the Nile flooded. Our Philae Temple Sound and Light Show will amaze you.
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Abu Simbel Tour from Aswan by Plane

The Abu Simbel tour from Aswan by plane takes you to the Valley of the Kings as well as the beautiful Temple of Ramses II and the Temple of Queen Nefertari. Take a trip back in time to the time of King Ramses II by visiting both temples on your Abu Simbel Day Tour from Aswan with us (1290–1223 BC). On our Aswan to Abu Simbel tour, you'll be able to see the splendor of Egypt's ancient empire.
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Abu Simbel Tour from Aswan by Van

Abu Simbel is a must-see on any trip to Egypt. It is in the southwest corner of the city. On an exciting Abu Simbel Tour from Aswan, you can go to Abu Simbel for the day with Us. There are two temples cut into the rock at Abu Simbel Temple. One is for Queen Nefertari and the other is for Ramses II.
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Egypt is a safe country to visit with a notable low crime rate, tourist attractions are well secured and there is no common negative attitude towards foreigners, with some sensible precautions and preparations you will feel at home and as safe as you’ll ever be.

The best time to visit Egypt is in autumn (September – November) and spring (February – April). The weather is relatively cold from December to January, except in the south, where winter is very mild. Sometimes summer should be avoided for climatic reasons. Cairo is hot and attractive in most of June through August, and most residents spend their holidays during this period, if possible. Upper Egypt and even the Red Sea coast can be uncomfortably hot during the summer.

There are a lot of things to do for a foreign traveler in Egypt. Apart from visiting and seeing ancient Egyptian temples and ancient artifacts in ancient Egypt, there is also plenty to see inside each city. In fact, every city in Egypt has its own charm of the things you see through its history, culture, activities, and people who are often different from their nature from people from other parts of Egypt. Cairo, for example, has a lot to do and see. Besides ancient Egyptian history, there is the history of the Romans, Greeks, Byzantine Empire, Islamic Empire, Ottomans and finally the modern history of Egypt.

You can buy most things in Egypt but there are some things that you should bring with you if you want, such as sunscreen, a full hat to protect your face from the sun, a lock for your luggage and any medications you take except for course banned drugs. Egyptian pharmacies are very good, but the drug may be subject to names unknown to you. A pair of comfortable walking shoes is indispensable for wandering the ancient Egyptian archaeological sites. Do not forget that the most important thing to bring with you is the camera in order to take memorable pictures. Good luck and we hope you enjoy your trip and have a great time.

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