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Tour by car to Abu Simbel Temple South of Aswan

Abu Simbel Temple at Aswan
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Highlights:

  • Great Temple of Abu Simbel
  • Rock cut Temple of Queen Nefertiti

Tour Itinerary:

Your Golden Pyramid Travel Tour Guide will meet you at your Hotel in Aswan after your breakfast and accompany you in an air-conditioned vehicle to visit the leader will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan to visit Abu Simbel; situated 280km South of Aswan. Abu simbel is cut into the rock, the Temple is dedicated by King Ramsses II to the Gods Amon, Petah, and Re Hor Akhty, its walls show important writings and scenes but the most important of them shows the Qadsh battle between King Ramsses II and the Khetos in Syria. Abu Simbel Temple features the amazingly clever design of allowing the suns rays to penetrate to the deepest point inside only twice a year highlighting the face of the Kings Statue and the Gods. This is a symbol of the relationship between the King and the Sun God Re.

There is a second Temple here, smaller than the first and is dedicated to the Queen Nefertiti and the Goddess Hathor

Inclusions:

• Pick-up & return services from your Hotel 
• Private Egyptology Guide
• Entrance fees to the mentioned historical places
• All transfers by a modern air-conditioned vehicle
• Bottled water on board your vehicle
• All tax & service charges 

Exclusions:

• Any extras not mentioned in the program
• Tipping Kitty.

Tour Itinerary:

 

Your Golden Pyramid Travel Tour Guide will meet you at your Hotel in Aswan after your breakfast and accompany you in an air-conditioned vehicle to visit the leader will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan to visit Abu Simbel; situated 280km South of Aswan. Abu simbel is cut into the rock, the Temple is dedicated by King Ramsses II to the Gods Amon, Petah, and Re Hor Akhty, its walls show important writings and scenes but the most important of them shows the Qadsh battle between King Ramsses II and the Khetos in Syria. Abu Simbel Temple features the amazingly clever design of allowing the suns rays to penetrate to the deepest point inside only twice a year highlighting the face of the Kings Statue and the Gods. This is a symbol of the relationship between the King and the Sun God Re.

There is a second Temple here, smaller than the first and is dedicated to the Queen Nefertiti and the Goddess Hathor

 

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