Aswan day tour to Kalabsha temple and Nubian Museum

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Are you spending some days in Aswan and wish to have some quality time? Then you should book a tour in Aswan to Kalabsha temple and Nubian Museum.

You and all your family members would enjoy their time to the maximum exploring the Kalabsha Temple in Aswan, one of the most distinctive ancient Egyptian temples. 

You would also have a remarkable time getting to know all aspects of the Nubian culture with all its unique items in the Nubian Museum.

You would fall in love with everything you would see in this magnificent tour in Aswan. You feel startled watching the greatness of the Pharaohs reflected in the ancient Kalabsha Temple and the Nubian Museum.


Day 1:

You would start the day at the reception of your hotel to begin this distinctive tour to Aswan. 

One of our professional and long-experienced tour guides would be greeting you to start this tour of Kalabsha temple in Aswan and Nubian Museum.

Riding in our private air-conditioned vehicle, we would start the day by exploring the wonders of the Kalabsha Temple. This interesting establishment was founded during the 1st century BC. You would enjoy the magnificent wall curves and different decorations.

Afterwards, you would enjoy exploring all the displays of the Nubian Museum. This is where you get to know all about the customs, traditions, and distinctive culture of Nubia. 

After this great day tour in Aswan, you would return to your hotel.

Book your tour to Aswan today!

  • Private a/c Transportation
  • Tickets to Kalabsha Temple and the Nubian Museum
  • An English speaking tour guide
  • One Bottle of Mineral Water for each person
  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • All taxes
  • International Airfare
  • Visa, we can provide you with your visa upon arrival at your request.
  • Any optional tours
  • Tips and personal expanses
  • Drinks and any other expenses
  • Tipping


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