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Abu Simbel Tours from Aswan by Flight

Abu Simbel Tours from Aswan by Flight which provides an account of the history of Egypt's southern frontier from earliest times to the present day, World Tour Advice will Offers Abu Simbel Tours from Aswan with consummate skill, Spend the morning admiring the wonderful rock-cut temples of Abu Simbel, the two huge temples dedicated to Ramses II & his wife Nefertari, making the tour to Abu Simbel from Aswan by flight, you will find many Things to do in Aswan with World Tour Advice which helps you to explore this valuable historical site through many wonderful and fantastic tours,

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Aswan Abu Simbel By Flights Tour Itinerary

Abu Simbel Tours from Aswan by Flight

After that you relish your tasty breakfast, World Tour Advice Representative will pick you up from any meeting point in Aswan, then transfer to Aswan airport to fly to Abu Simble village to visit the most famous temples of Ramses II there, in Abu Simbel airport meet our tour Representative, transfer to the temple, meet your private friendly expert tour guide who will tell you all stories and history about the 2 temples, Ramses II & queen Nefertari. 
Start the tour to scout Abu Simbel temples,
for around 3000 years both temples were hidden under the desert sand , Later they were discovered in 1813, and explored in 1817 by the Italian explorer Battista Giovanni, But unfortunately in 1960, when president Nasser decided to build the High dam in Aswan, the 2  temples were threaten by the Rising water of the River Nile behind the high dam, but by the help of Egyptian government and UNESCO, the both temples were moved on upper level to avoid the rising water of the was a really recondite work, because the 2 temples in Abu Simbel were not built by stones, but were cut inside 2 mountains in the village, this means that to save the 2 temples, the workers had to cut the mountain in pieces, giving each piece a number, then building it again on an upper level using the original old stones with the numbers given to them, It was looking like puzzle games but in very big size and with very heavy stones, Ramses II built the temple mostly to honor himself, not to honor the gods & may be that is why he choose a far area to build the temple, so it is so far also for the priests inside Abu Simbel temple there is a mural depicting his famous victory at Qadesh battle where his army defeated his enemies.
On the north of Ramses temple, the Nefertrai Temple which was built by Ramses II to his favorite wife queen Nefertai among other 42 wives, Ramses II has about 160 sons, we dont know how many daughters.
End of the tour, Lunch will be served or at Abu Simbel after the tour or in Aswan after return back to Aswan, flight back to Aswan,then a direct transfer back to your hotel or Nile cruise or any other meeting point in Aswan.

Aswan Abu Simbel By Flights Includes

Aswan Abu Simbel By Flights Includes :
- Flight ticket Aswan / Abu Simbel / Aswan
- Services of pick up from your hotel or Nile cruise in Aswan and return
- All the tour transfers & transportation by modern air-conditioned van
- Private Egyptologist speaking tour guide during Abu Simbel tour
- Entrance fees to Abu Simbel temples
- Assistance of our personal during the day tour at Abu Simbel temple
- Lunch meal
- All the tour Service charges & taxes

Aswan Abu Simbel By Flights Excludes

Aswan Abu Simbel By Flights Excludes :-
- Personal expenses
- Optional tours
- Tipping

Tour Highlights

 Tour Highlights
- The big temple of Abu Simbel belonging to Ramses II
- The small temple of Abu Simbel belonging to Ramses II WIFE, queen Nefertari
- Nasser lake

Short Description about Abu Simbel Temples

Short Description about Abu Simbel Temples
Abu Simbel is an archaeological site comprising two massive rock temples in southern Egypt along the Nile about 290 km southwest of Aswan, These two temples are dedicated for Ramsses II & his wife Nefertari.
Abu Simbel temples are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of "Nubian Monuments" which run from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae.
UNESCO, created a fund to save the most important of the sites, Abu Simbel was one. As a result, the temples of Rameses the Great and Nefertaril and the cliff in which they were carved, were carefully cut apart and reassembled like a giant puzzle on a higher site.


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