Aswan Day Tour From Marsa Alam

Enjoy a Private day Tour to Aswan from Marsa Alam, Visit Aswan Highlights, The High Dam, The temple of Goddess Isis( Phiale temple), and unfinished obelisk and Sail with Felucca in one day trip from Marsa alam to Aswan.

Family friendly trip from Marsa alam to Aswan

Marsa alam to Aswan tour price: $70 /$ 95 Children/Adults

Departs Daily; 7 Days a Week: 6 am and 5 am

1 Day Trip to Aswan from Marsa alam

Marsa alam to Aswan Tour Schedule

Departs Daily at 6 am & 5 am

At 05:00 am Pick up time from your hotel in Marsa Alam, drive to   Aswan Town, This journey takes about 5 hours, arrive at 09:00 there will be stops during the trip for WC and Coffee. Scheduled Pickups Available upon Request.



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Enjoy the best of Aswan tours with this one day trip to Aswan From Marsa Alam

Duration: 1 Day Trip
Travel Type: Family Friendly
Budget: $ 95
Departure & Return Location:
From hotel and back to hotel
Departure Time: Daily Whenever you want

Aswan Day Tour From Marsa Alam

Drive to Aswan to see this beautiful city by the Nile and its history, modern and ancient. Visit Philae TempleUnfinished Obelisk, and the High Dam. Taking a relaxing ride on a felucca before heading back to Marsa Alam in the evening.

Aswan Tour Itinerary

Drive to Aswan with Bastet Travel to see this beautiful city by the Nile and its history, modern and ancient. Visit Philae TempleUnfinished Obelisk, and the High Dam. Taking a relaxing ride on a felucca before heading back to Marsa Alam in the evening

Aswan the amazing city in upper Egypt, is situated at the gate of what was once lower Nubia taken over by the vast basin of Nasser lake which was created by the damming of the Nile, Aswan is market for Nubian products and tourist center located just north of the Aswan Dams on the east bank of the Nile at the first cataract.

It has the sand on the Nile side and the other side is the modern city, the modern city has expanded and includes the formerly separate community on the island of Elephantine.

Trip Scedule

  • Departs Daily at 6 am & 5 am

    At 05:00 am Pick up time from your hotel in Marsa Alam, drive to   Aswan Town, This journey takes about 5 hours, arrive at 09:00 there will be stops during the trip for WC and Coffee. Scheduled Pickups Available upon Request.

  • We advise you to order a breakfast box from the hotel because of the early departure

Marsa Alam to Aswan

Aswan from Marsa Alam

At 05:00 AM our representative will pick you up from your hotel in Marsa Alam by air-conditioned modern van to Aswan, approximately 04:30 hours far from Marsa Alam. Then proceed to Philae Temple which was dedicated to the goddess Isis as well this temple was dismantled and reconstructed on Agilika Island after the Aswan dam was constructed. Then you will be driven to the Unfinished Obelisk which belongs to an unknown pharaoh, it offers unusual insights into ancient Egyptian stone-working techniques, with marks from workers’ tools still clearly visible as well as ocher-colored lines marking where they were working. Lunch at a local restaurant and then you will move to the High Dam which was constructed in 1960 and completed in 1970 and its main function to protect Egypt from the annual floods as well as providing storage of water for agriculture. Before 6 O’clock in the evening, you will be escorted by your guide back to your hotel in Marsa Alam

Meals: Lunch

Visit Aswan High Dam

Aswan Tours

The high dam in Aswan is one of the most important achievements in Egypt during the last century, it’s considered the fourth pyramid of Egypt, Aswan High Dam is a rock-fill dam located at the northern border between Egypt and Sudan. The dam is fed by the River Nile and the reservoir forms Lake Nasser, which was completed in 1968. It was officially inaugurated in 1971. In the era of X president Gamal Abdel Nasser

Specifications and constructions:

The Aswan High Dam is 4,000 meters (13,000 ft) long, 980 m (3,220 ft) wide at the base, 40 m (130 ft) wide at the crest, and 111 m (364 ft) tall. It contains 43,000,000 cubic metres (56,000,000 cu yd) of material. At maximum, 11,000 cubic meters per second (390,000 cu ft/s) of water can pass through the dam,
In 1952, the Greek-Egyptian engineer Adrian Daninos began to develop the plan of the new Aswan Demand within two months, the plan of Daninos was accepted,
The Soviets also provided technicians and heavy machinery. The enormous rock and clay dam was designed by the Soviet Hydro project Institute along with some Egyptian engineers. 25,000 Egyptian engineers and workers contributed to the construction of the dams

Visit Aswan Philae Temple

The Temple of Goddess Isis

The temple of Philae is one of the most famous temples of Pharaonic Egypt located in the city of Aswan that beautiful Egyptian city

The reason for naming the temple of Philae:

The meanings of the names of the word elephants in different languages mean in the ancient Egyptian Coptic Bilak or Belakh and mean the limit or the end because it was the last frontier of Egypt in the south and meaning in the Greek language which means the beloved and in Arabic forget the existence of the legend of Lance in the stories of thousand night and night,(Alf Leila and Leila)

Temple location:

The temple of Philae is located on the island of Philae located in the middle of the Nile, which was one of the most important defensive forts of Egypt, but the temple was moved from its original place to the island of Agilika after the construction of the high dam, like the Abu Simbel temple and Kalabsha temple, fearing the Nile floods

The object of building the temple of Philae:

The temple of Philae was built to worship the gods “ISIS” during the third century BC, and it is noteworthy that the goddess Isis was one of the most important and strongest gods in Egypt, which was worshipped by both Greeks and Romans, where Emperor Augustus Caesar built a temple in the northern part of the temple of Philae in envy N ix BC and other kings and Caesars who wanted to sanctify the goddess Isis.

But with the entry of Christianity into Egyptian territory, the sweeper was built and the Christian religion was decreed by the decree of Emperor Theodosius I 391 A.D., thus transforming the island of Philae into Christian villages mediated by the temple of Philae and with the entry of Islam, Islam was treated with the temple as a legendary fortress only.

Saving the temple of Philae:

The entire temple was moved to the island of Agilika, which is 500 metres from the island of Philae, in 1972, where it took at least two years for the Nile waters to surround the island and temples in each area, posing a clear and grave threat to them and to the archaeological value.

Visit The Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk

Its creation was ordered by Hatshepsut (1508–1458 BC), possibly to complement what would later be known as the Lateran Obelisk (which was originally at Karnak, and was later brought to the Lateran Palace in Rome). The unfinished obelisk is nearly one-third larger than any ancient Egyptian obelisk ever erected. If finished it would have measured around 42 m (approximately 137 feet) and would have weighed nearly 1,090 metric tons (1,200 tons), a weight equal to about 200 African elephants.

The obelisk’s creators began to carve it directly out of bedrock, but cracks appeared in the granite and the project was abandoned. The bottom side of the obelisk is still attached to the bedrock.

The unfinished obelisk offers unusual insights into ancient Egyptian stone-working techniques, with marks from workers’ tools still clearly visible as well as ochre-colored lines marking where they were working.
Besides the unfinished obelisk, an unfinished, partly worked obelisk base was discovered in 2005 at the quarries of Aswan. Also discovered were some rock carvings and remains that may correspond to the site where most of the famous obelisks were worked. All these quarries in Aswan and the unfinished objects are an open-air museum and are officially protected by the Egyptian government as an archeological site.

Trip Inclusions

What is included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Marsa Alam
  • Round-trip transfers between Marsa Alam and Aswan
  • Transport by private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Meals (lunch) 
  • Bottled water throughout your trip
  • All sightseeing tours mentioned in the itinerary
  • All Entrance fees 
  • Beverages including mineral water and tea
  • A professional Egyptologist Guide
  • Visiting The High Dam
  • Visiting Philae Temple
  • Visiting The Unfinished Obelisk
  • All taxes and service charges

Trip Exclusions

  • Gratuities
  • Any personal Expenses

Best Times for Visiting Aswan

Aswan is perfect for visiting all year, it just looks hot in summer like rest of Egypt

Aswan Tour Prices

Marsa alam to Aswan tour prices

Notice: These prices are not valid in New YEAR and Christmas times.

Children Policy

• 01.99 Free of Charge
• 2 – 5.99 pay 25% of tour price
• 6 – 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
• 12+ pay full tour price as per adult person

Aswan Tours & Excursions & Travel Packages

Egypt Day tours, travel packages, Nile river cruises, and Family-friendly tours all tailor-made

Booking Egypt day tours can’t be easier, only choose a city name to search by and all Egypt tours of this city will appear to you in a few easy steps. Bastet Travel offers Egypt tours and Egypt tourist attractions according to the best destinations in Egypt and also the best things to do in Egypt.

Frequently asked questions about visiting Aswan Egypt

Is Abu Simbel worth visiting?

Absolutely! The temples of Abu Simbel are some of most impressive and unique temples you will see in Egypt, so it is well worth the visit.

How far is Cairo from Marsa Alam?

The distance between Cairo and Marsa Alam is 661 km. The road distance is 737.6 km.

How far is Luxor from Marsa Alam?

The distance between Marsa Alam and Luxor is 237 km. The road distance is 355.7 km.

How far is Marsa Alam from the Pyramids?

The distance between Marsa Alam and the Pyramids of Giza is 660 km.

What are the best tours in Hurghada?

The best tours in Hurghada

Luxor day tour from Hurghada

Overnight trip to Luxor from Hurghada

2 Days trip to Aswan and Abu Simbel from Hurghada

2 Days trip to Luxor and Aswan from Hurghada

Visit Cairo and the world-famous Pyramids of Giza from Hurghada

6 Hours Quad Bike Safari in Hurghada
Dolphin House and Banana Boat Fun from Hurghada
Full-Day Snorkeling with Dolphins in Hurghada with Lunch
Red Sea Snorkeling from Hurghada
Hurghada Daily Scuba Dive Trip

Enjoy a guided tour of the city of Hurghada
Take about a tour to the Giftun island
Enjoy snorkeling in the beautiful sea
Try some of the best local dishes on food tours
Spend a day in Luxor
Feel the adrenaline by joining a quad bike tour

How can I obtain my Visa to visit Egypt?

Visitors and travelers to Egypt are required to carry a passport valid for at least six months from their arrival date. However, in an effort to revitalize tourism in Egypt the following nationalities can purchase a 1-month entry visa on arrival. The Nationalities that benefit from the aforementioned exception are Australia, Canada, Croatia, the European Union, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Macedonia, South Korea, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and The U.S.A. The Process for acquiring these entry visas is extremely simple and only takes a mere couple of minutes through any bank window before proceeding to customs.

What are the most famous tourist attractions in Egypt?

Egypt has so much for travelers to see and do, it’s the perfect country for a mix of activities combining culture, adventure, and relaxation. Find the best places to visit with our list of the top tourist attractions in Egypt.

  1. Pyramids of Giza
  2. Valley of the kings
  3. Luxor’s Karnak Temple
  4. The Egyptian Museum
  5. Christian and Islamic Cairo
  6. The White Desert and Baharyia Oasis
  7. Siwa Oasis
  8. Abu simbel Temples
  9. Aswan
  10. Alexandria
  11. St. Catherine’s Monastery
  12. The Nubian village
  13. Nile River Cruise
  14. Hurghada
  15. South of Sinai

How many days are enough to visit Egypt?

If you make the trek out to the Red Sea, plan to spend at least 2 full days there in order to get the most out of the journey. So if you tack on the Red Sea, that means you’ll be in Egypt for about 7-8 days total at least. Anywhere from 5-8 days is pretty typical for trips to Egypt, even all the way from North America.

Is it a common practice to give tips in Egypt?

Service charges are by default included in the bill when dining in a restaurant. However, these fees go to the restaurant and not the waiters. Knowing this it is advisable and courteous to directly tip the servers with an additional 10 %.

Do I have to wear a hijab in Egypt?

Do I have to wear a hijab in Egypt?

Wrapping your head up, hijab style is not required in Egypt. However, you will find, if you make an effort to cover your head, that the locals are appreciative.

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