Visit with us the Kalabsha Temple, the largest in Nubia after Abu Simbel, and the Nubian Museum, where many examples of traditional Nubian art are collected and where various moments of the daily life of the local population have been reconstructed.
Pick up services to/from the hotel.
All transfers in modern private car with air conditioning
Entrance fees to the sites mentioned in the program.
English speaking tour guide during visits.
A bottle of water during the transfer.
Entry visa to Egypt
For the “Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum” tour, you will meet our representative in Aswan and, together, you will head to the Kalabsha Temple, located on the shores of Lake Nasser, about one kilometer from the High Dam. The building, which was built in the late Ptolemaic period and completed during the reign of Augustus, was dedicated to the local god Mandulis, an ancient Nubian deity dressed in a cloak covered with vulture feathers. Its hypostyle room, consisting of eight columns, is embellished with hieroglyphics and reliefs depicting Greek rulers in the adoration of Egyptian gods.
The tour will continue with a visit to the Nubian Museum, where many examples of Nubian art are collected and where various moments of the daily life of these ancient people have been reconstructed. In the Museum you can admire the large statue of Ramesses II that dominates the large hall and is illuminated by a wise play of light. Among the various exhibits, there are precious collections dating back to different periods, from the ancient Egyptian period until the Islamic conquest.
At the end of the visit, you will return to your hotel in Aswan.
All prices are charged in USD per person per trip. You can also pay us online via a secure payment gateway and without any extra costs or surcharge. This is our pricing policy for this trip.
Your booking with us should be made as early as possible. This will give us a chance to secure your perfect spot. You will need to pay at least a 25% deposit to get your booking confirmed with us. This deposit is indeed a part of your total payment.
00 to 5.99 years old – Free of charge sharing parents.
06 to 11.99 years old – 50% of the adult price.
Over 12 years old – Regular adult price.
The whole amount will be charged if canceled less than 30 days prior to the check-in date.
50% of the whole amount will be charged if canceled 60 to 31 days prior to the check-in date.
15% of the whole amount will be charged if canceled 90 to 61 days prior to the check-in date.
Related things to know.
Tipping is not included in any of our packages and leaves for the discretion of the travellers. Although not mandatory, it is of great importance to people who will take care of you while traveling.
Extra personal expenses on the trip may include food tour, alcoholic beverages, tipping, visa fees, recreational expenses, and other services not listed.
Following are the items with extra costs during the trek:
– For the visa fees, please check Visa and Passport Information. – Additional transport that you require. – Tipping for the guide and driver after the trip. – In case of unforeseen events like bad weather conditions and eventual flight cancellations, you are responsible for extra hotel nights and meals.
How do I pay for the tour?
To book a tour with us, we ask to pay it at the time of booking. This is the only guarantee for you to get the tour booked.
Day Trips: You can also pay for the tour in cash at the beginning of the tour.
Multi-Day Trips: For multi-day tours, we require to pay a deposit when you approve the itinerary. The down payment can range from 10% to 100%, depending on the tour and time period.
If you cancel the tour, do you offer a refund?
Yes, we will refund you based on our cancellation policy. The refund amount depends on the cancellation of the tour. If you want to make sure your money is refunded, we offer cancellation insurance for all tours. If you are not offered, please contact us!
What to bring with you?
A trip to Egypt takes you to a mystical destination where you can discover the most impressive man-made wonders. In order to prevent your stay on-site from becoming uncomfortable in any way, we recommend that you pack your suitcases carefully.
A means of combating traveler's diarrhea
Sunscreen so you don't get toasted by the sun within two minutes
Good walking shoes for trips
A camera that can be used to take wonderful souvenir photos to take home
Your credit card for cash withdrawals and payments
A dictionary to be able to communicate on-site
A first-aid kit that is as fully equipped as possible to prevent the little everyday aches and pains
A diving mask with a snorkel for exploring the depths of the sea
A bathing suit for a bathing
Clothing with long sleeves and legs for visiting religious sites
Light clothing that makes the sweltering heat more bearable