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Abu Simbel Tour from Aswan Egypt – 2 Days | Booking Private Luxury Aswan Day Tours to visit Abu Simble Temples.
Booking Abu Simbel Private Tour from Aswan Egypt to visit the great Abu Simbel temples of Ramesses II and his beloved Queen Nefertari | Abu Simbel Sound & Light Show.
Abu Simbel Tour from Aswan in 2 Days is a must while you are in Aswan hotels while you enjoy your holiday package in Aswan. 2 days tour from Aswan to Abu Simbel is your way to explore the best of Abu Simbel from Aswan.
Enjoy Best Egypt tours including Abu Simbel sound and light show with Abu Simbel temples for Ramesses II and Nefertari. Abu Simbel tour from Aswan is one of the best things to do in Aswan and Abu Simbel temples with the Giza Pyramids and The Valley of the Kings are among the most visited 3 places in Egypt.
Your private day trip Abu Simbel from Aswan begins with pick up at your hotel, Nile Cruise to Abu Simbel. The distance between Aswan and Abu Simbel is 280 km and takes approximately 3 hours driving with a coffee break in the middle. Upon arrival to Abu Simbel, you will go directly to check-in at your hotel and have free time till the sound and light show.
With the private transfer from your hotel to Abu Simbel temples to watch the best sound and light show in Egypt. Abu Simbel sound & light show last one hour then you will go back to your hotel overnight.
Enjoy your breakfast at your hotel then your guide will join you at Abu Simbel to reveal the secrets of ancient Egyptian Civilization and Egyptian history.
Discover some secrets about Nubia, Nubian history, Nubian traditions, and why Ramesses II built his temples there. Right now, the temples are not on the original sites and your will know how they were relocated after Egypt built the High Dam in the 1960s. In addition, two hours to know why UNESCO launched a successful campaign to save ancient Egyptian temples from being submerged by Nasser Lake water. Abu Simbel temples are rock-cut temples, Inside the temple at Abu Simbel, colors remain and the statues and carvings are spectacular.
Spend two hours gazing at the beautiful Abu Simbel temples for the Pharoah Ramesses II and his beloved wife Nefertari. Explore the significant big temple for the king Ramesses II and concentrate on Qadesh Battel against Hittites. Although, the holly of the hollies where you will see the four statues of Ptah, Amun Ra, Ra-Horakhty, and Ramesses himself. Finally, ask your guide why Egypt celebrates Abu Simbel sun festivals twice a year and why one statue never receives the sun rays.
After, continue your tour to Nefertari temple and marvel at the beautiful colors and designs of Nefertari with goddess Hathor. The small temple of Nefertari scenes focuses on daily religious ceremonies in the temple, such as offering flowers, wine, and burning incense for purification. Finally, enjoy a coffee at the Nubian café shop before you head back to Aswan for your Nile River Cruise or hotel.
Your day starts with breakfast boxes from the reception of your hotel, Nile cruise, or wherever you are in Aswan followed by a 3 hours’ drive to Abu Simbel in our air-conditioned vehicle.
The two temples of Abu Simbel located in Abu Simbel village 280 km south of Aswan and 40 km to the northern border with Sudan.
They were built by king Ramesses II of the 19th dynasty between 1284 -1264 B.C on the west bank of the Nile on the cliffs. The great and mysterious temples were covered with sand till they were rediscovered in 1813 by the swiss traveler John Lewis Burkhardt. And from 1909 they were cleared away for the last time.
Ramesses II temple or the so-called sun temple was dedicated to four gods including Ramesses himself as a god. The temple was dedicated to Ptah, Re-Hor-Akhty, Amun-Re, and Ramesses. Yearly on February 22 and October 22, Egypt celebrates the sun festival when the sun passes through the temple from the gate till the shrine illuminates 3 faces of the gods while the faces of Ptah, god of darkness remain in the darkness forever.
The small temple was built for the most beloved wife of king Ramesses Queen Nefertari. The temple was dedicated to the goddess Hathor, goddess of love, sex, fertility, and protection.
Enjoy the two hours visit to the two temples with the chance to have a coffee in the Nubian Café before you will start your way back to Aswan.