Visit the massive Abu Simbel temple complex on this full-day private tour from Aswan City! A iconic reminder of the legacy of Ramesses II, these two temples are among Egypt's best-known archeological sites and tourist attractions.
• Admission is not included in the tour price; please purchase tickets on-site • This is a wheelchair- and stroller-accessible tour • The itinerary is subject to change depending on the weather, traffic, and other conditions • COVID-19 prevention measures are in place, such as regular temperature checks for staff and guests, as well as enhanced sanitation measures • Aside from English, this tour can also be held in the following languages: French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish; please contact us if you would like to request a tour in any of these languages • Guides are not allowed inside the Abu Simbel Temples; your guide will wait for you outside - Free pick-up and drop-off are only for guests staying in Aswan. We also offer pick-up and drop-off at Aswan International Airport or hotels in the Nubian Villages, but for an additional 10 USD per person, one-way - The day before your experience, please check email from us for further instructions regarding pick-up - Infants must sit on their parent's or guardian's lap while in the vehicle - Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times - To take photos in the Abu Simbel Temples, an extra ticket costing 300 Egyptian pounds is required; otherwise, photography is not allowed
As one of Egypt's most famous and historically significant archeological sites, the Abu Simbel temple complex, which consists of two larger-than-life rock temples, is a must-visit. Don't miss the chance to visit this complex on this private tour that includes round-trip transfer between Aswan and Abu Simbel! Your guide, a qualified Egyptologist, will tell you all you need to know about these temples: their history, the deities they are devoted to, and how they were moved in the 1960s — an impressive feat at the time — to avoid being flooded by the Aswan Dam. It's thanks to this relocation effort that visitors today are able to explore this ancient Egyptian treasure. You'll have ample time to look around the temple complex at your own pace, so take the opportunity to appreciate this massive architectural feat and work of art — a symbol of Ramesses II's legacy.