The 2 days tour to Luxor & Aswan from Soma Bay will make you have so many devastating beautiful memories to hold close to your heart to keep reminiscing about non-stop for the fact that you’ll be occupied by exploring the famous Luxor monuments on one side, such as the Valley of the Kings, the colossi of Memon, and more in Luxor. And on the other side, you’ll be strolling through Aswan’s most stunning attractions, such as Aswan Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, and more. And to enjoy your time to the fullest, we’ll offer you the most flawless transition ever back and forth, a private Egyptologist, all are within hand reaching in our company that has taken it upon itself to please its travelers since 2004, so book with us now!!
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Day One: Day Tour to Luxor Attractions from Soma Bay
Start your 2-day trip by being transferred from your Soma Bay hotel all the way to Luxor stunning landmark by an A/C vehicle to meet a tour guide at the following site:
Valley of the Kings
The radiant plan according to which the Valley of the Kings was structured, was completely applied in 1301 BC. The historical creation served as some kind of burial resort back in old times for the 18th, 19th, and 20th Dynasties’ dead figures to rest within. What do you think standing after one of the tombs there feels like, getting all involved by the tombs’ power?
Every echoing step within the temple ground, which was built in 1473–1458 BC, will reveal to you what makes it the most incredibly preserved temple ever. Hatshepsut Temple combines a collection of three bewitching terraces that are pinned to the desert-like ground through two ramps! The site used to have a rank in ancient history that cannot be looked at in a way less than superb or sublime!
Colossi of Memnon
The monumental Colossi of Memnon are two sculptures that will wash you with how invincible they have been since 1350 BC. The colossi came face to face with changes in setting, renovations, and natural tantrums, yet, they're still pulled together to present to us the pharaoh Amenhotep III. The posture that the pharaoh trains tells much about how diligent and hard-working he was making him ascend the crown, all proud and royal!
After enjoying your tour in the Colossi of Memnon, you’ll be guided to have a deluxe lunch at a velvety restaurant, then you’ll be heading to your next gripping site, which is:
After its marvelous construction process ended between 30 BC and 2000 BC, the massively terrific Karnak Temple used to draw attention because of the thriving work both the earlier builders besides the ancient pharaohs invested to give it its meanwhile frame. The temple still had not found any other equal for it neither in the way in which it was built nor the orientations that the temple is covered with.
Finally, at the end of the first day of your 2 days tour to Luxor & Aswan from Soma Bay, you’ll be transferred to Aswan in a first-class train to check in a hotel there and stay the night.
Overnight: Aswan Hotel
Day Two: Trip to Aswan Monuments & Return Back to Soma Bay
Start your day by being sere breakfast at your fairy hotel in Aswan, then check out. You’ll be delivered to meet your guide to explore the supremacy of the following sites:
Another supremacy, furthermore, another gem that put into construction the essence of Aswan City is the Philae Temple. The historical stone gem belongs to 380-362 BC. Such a polished gem was structured to be wrapped as a gift to Isis, the Goddess of the Sky. Besides, the Philae Temple can be considered the last witness to the Classic Egyptian Styles of construction.
The Unfinished Obelisk
Although incompletely carved, the Unfinished Obelisk, half established in 1478-1458 B.C, is still able to break goosebumps on your skin for being the most vivid piece of evidence that there once were builders with unmatched goldy skills. The Unfinished Obelisk was set up according to Queen Hatshepsut’s given orders. The site was constructed to present to the world wonder or two about how those ancient builders wanted to privilege gods and pharaohs!
Getting over your last two visits, you’ll be brought to one of Aswan’s dazzling restaurants for lunch, then continue to:
The High Dam
Aswan High Dam came in the 60s seeking the assurance of peasants worrying and feeling threatened by a sudden flood erupting and washing away all their efforts cultivating their lands. If anything, the dam came to enhance and upgrade Egypt’s economic situation from Egyptian Agriculture to taking care of the country against any lingering floods.
At this point, you say goodbye to your 2-day milestone exploration by being transferred to Soma Bay through a first-class train ride to Luxor, then directly to your hotel there by an A/C vehicle.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
P/S: There's a chance of taking your suggestions, that relate to the program, into consideration, including removing or adding any unmentioned destinations to fit with your desires and imaginations.