Day Tour Nubian Museum and Kalabsha

Day Tour Nubian Museum and Kalabsha is an amazing tour to Kalabsha Temple which is one of the best temple of Egypt that built in the Roman period by Emperor Augustus , also you will have the chance to visit the Nubian Museum The Nubian Museum in Aswan would be quite recommended to any tourist spending his vacation in Egypt, especially those who are interested in the Nubian culture and the ancient Egyptian history. It demonstrates the whole history of the land of Nubia and many habits and rituals carried out by the Nubians. Day Tour Nubian Museum and Kalabsha.

starting of your Day Tour Nubian Museum and Kalabsha, pick you up from your hotel in Aswan to enjoy a wonderful trip to the Temple of Kalabsha, which has been dismantled and re-erected on a hill near the High-Dam site (Western Bank). This temple was originally built by Thutmosis II and Amenophis II at Kalabsha, 40 miles south of Aswan, and was restored during the Roman conquest.

Then you’ll be visiting the long-awaited Nubian Museum, which was opened in 1997. This museum displays thousands of antiquities that would have been lost under the waters of Lake Nasser. This museum takes its name from the ancient Egyptian Nbu, meaning gold, in reference to the area’s famous gold mines. Moreover, you will enjoy seeing the manifestations of the Nubian lifestyle.

After this awesome tour in Aswan, you’ll be transferred back to your hotel, where your Day Tour Nubian Museum and Kalabsha will be ended.

Package Includes:

Assistance by our professional English-speaking Representative.

Private, Expert Tour Guide in all the indicated historical sites and museums.

Round trip transfer by air-conditioned vehicles with qualified drivers.

Entrance fees to all the indicated historical sites and museums.

One small bottle of Mineral Water per person per day.


Lunch meal: US $15.00 per person per meal.

Any Optional tours may require.

Tipping to Guide, Driver, etc.

Tour Details

01 Day / 00 Night
$80.00 per person


From 01 May 2017

To 31 December 2017

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