Do you have a free day in Aswan? would you like to see Edfu and Kom Ombo temples.
We will go and visit Kom Ombo and Edfu temples which are located to the north of Aswan.
Along the way, We'll visit Kom Ombo twon, which means 'City of Gold'. In ancient Egypt, the city was important to the caravan routes from Nubia and various gold mines. and it has a Greeco-Roman temple dedicated for the cult of Gods, Sobek "the Crocodile god" and Hours "the Falcon god"
we'll visit also Edfu, a friendly town which produces sugar and pottery. and it has the most intact temple in Egypt, and was dedicated for the god Hours.
Start your visit from any of Aswan hotel or Nile cruise.
Then we drive via Kom ombo to visit the temple of Sobek and Horus.
we continue driving to Edfu where you will visit the most intact temple in Egypt the Greco-Roman temple of the god Horus.
Driving back to Aswan to your hotel.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you from any of Aswan hotels, Nile cruises or the railway station.
In case of picking you up from the airport, it will be a little extra charge for this.
End location: I will drop you off any of Aswan hotels, Nile cruises or the railway station.
In case of dropping you off at the airport, it will be a little extra charge for this.
Duration: 7 hours
A new air-conditioned vehicle.
*My services as your personal tour guide.
*All transfers during the tour in a new Air-conditioned vehicle with a professional driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
80 Egyptian pound - The entrance fees of the 2 temples.
Food, Drinks or anything of a personal nature.
you might like to stop to see the reptiles house in Kom Ombo.
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Thank-you Melad for everything!!!! It was great having you as our tour guide. Your knowledge about Egypt and its history was very informative and we all had heaps of fun along the way!!! We definitely recommend Melad as a tour guide....you won't be disappointed! Thanks again and we hope to see you again when we come back!