What are the Best Things to do in Aswan?

Taste the Egyptian Beauty of Aswan and explore its historical treasures, You’re bound to find a bit of culture in every corner. Aswan is the perfect place to soothe yourself for a few days and escape from the stress of the daily life and touch real beauty of Aswan Sightseeing.

Aswan is the third largest city in Egypt and is home to some of Egypt’s most historic sites, full of incredible things to do in Aswan. It is considered as the favorite winter destination to get the chance to enjoy the fabulous Nile River while visiting all the famous landmarks in the city, as you can enjoy its beautiful nature while exploring its magnificent monuments.

Aswan Nile cruise

The city is also the home of world-famous Nile Cruises running on the Nile River between Luxor and Aswan, enjoy the luxury and the comfortable Nile Cruise and get relaxed during your sailing trip and explore the fabulous attractions in both cities as well as the attraction in between, Here’s a great chance to be enchanted with Nile River landscapes, gorgeous history, and ancient Egyptian culture.

Things To Do In Aswan

Explore the most famous sightseeing in Aswan, such as Philae Temple and the Unfinished Obelisk, and get the chance to visit Edfu and Kom Ombo Temples or get a memorable tour to visit Abu Simbel Temple. Scout the Spice Market shopping for spices, henna tattoos, shoes, carpets, lights, and lanterns, you will find Dazzling Nubian Handcrafted products, and other souvenirs to take with you as a remembrance of your trip. Don’t hesitate to do bargaining. sellers are friendlier, Snap amazing photos For colorful markets.

Wander at Nubian village

Things to do in aswan
Things to do in Aswan

Nubians live in Houses painted with bright colors. Traditionally, the floor was made of sand and not all the rooms were roofed. It is a colorful society with their traditions, language, and culture making the visitor feel at home. Spend a delightful day at one of the Nubian Houses, Explore the simple life of the kind and hospitable Nubian people, you can walk throw the charming streets, enjoy the scenery on the river and get a closer look at Nubian village life.

Experience Felucca Ride on the Nile

Experience Felucca ride on the Nile
Experience Felucca ride on the Nile

Taking a boat from Aswan is easy, which is a traditional wooden sailing boat, The boats are covered from the sun, and they go relatively slow so you can enjoy the surroundings along the way, feeling relaxed at the spectacular Nile river, enjoy its moderate climate and visit charming archaeological sites.

Philae Temple sound and light show

Philae Temple sound and light show

Philae Temple sound and light show

Enjoy the journey back in time to the ancient Egyptian Gods and kings, listening to the stories of Philae Temple’s, feast your eyes BY watching wonderful decorations, with sounds from the deepest depths of ancient history for the myth of conflict which was between Hours and his Uncle Seth the god of the Evil

Nubian Museum

Nubian museum
Nubian Museum

The Nubian Museum is dedicated to life in modern Nubia, the Museum has opened its doors in November 1997 and includes three thousand pieces of antiquities representing various ages; Geological, Pharaonic, Roman, Coptic, and Islamic.

Elephantine Island

Elephantine Island
Elephantine Island

Elephantine Island Situated in the middle of the Nile River, this island is about 1300 meters long and 400 meters wide. House many species of palms and other native flora, the majestic palm trees provide a stunning view it contains countless exotic plants and trees and considered a haven for rare exotic birds too.

Abu Simbel From Aswan

Abusimbel From Aswan
Abu Simbel From Aswan

Abu Simbel which contains two temples; the Temple of Queen Nefertari and the other one is Temple of Ramsses II. The impressive two temples were originally carved out of the living rock during the reign of Rameses II, was dedicated to the gods Amun, Ra-Horakhty, and Ptah, while The Small Temple or the temple of Hathor and Nefertari was dedicated to the goddess Hathor and Rameses II’s wife, Nefertari.

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