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>> Tour Description
See the highlights of Aswan in your Aswan Day Tour. Our daily tours will take you to the High Dam that created Lake Nasser, and finally Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis

>> Tour Includes

  • Pick up service from your hotel in Aswan and return
  • Professional English-speaking tour guide
  • Entrance fees to the mentioned historical places
  • All transfers by air-conditioned vehicle
  • All service charges & taxes

>>Tour Excludes

  • Any extras not mentioned in the program
  • Tipping

>> Additional info
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of bookings.
Payment & Cancellation Policy

>>Tipping
We advise if you are willing to offer it, this would be great.

Enjoy your Aswan Day Tour! Our Imperial Egypt Tours representative will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan to enjoy a day tour in the amazing city Aswan. Start your tour by a visit to the High Dam, an engineering miracle built in 1960 protecting Egypt from annual floods from the Nile. Then proceed to visit the Unfinished Obelisk which shows the techniques used by the ancient Egyptians to cut obelisks. Most probably this obelisk belongs to Queen Hatshepsut, one of the rulers of the 18th Dynasty and the royal wife of king Tuthmosis II. This queen was the owner of her Temple in the eastern bank of Luxor . Also there is an opinion said that it belongs to Queen Nefertiti. Move on to visit the majestic Philae Temple which was built on the honor of Goddess Isis the chief deity of the island. Later you will be transferred back to your hotel

Single2-3 Persons4-6 Persons
Prices90 $50 $45 $

Tour & Prices:

Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip except during Christmas, New Year & Easter holidays. You can pay in Euro or British Pound.

Children Policy:

0 – 01.99Free of Charge
2 – 5.99pay 25% of tour price
6 – 11.99pay 50% of tour price
12+pay full tour price as per adult person.

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