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When you’re on vacation in Marsa Alam, don’t miss Egypt’s most beautiful city, Aswan, located on the Nile. Here you can visit the Philae temple, which was moved when the Great Aswan Dam, which you will also see close by, was built and Lake Nasser remained. Eat a delicious lunch at a local restaurant and watch Aswan’s famous Tabia mosque.
It plays no role if you live in Marsa Alam, there is still the opportunity to visit Cairo. We drive to Cairo through the wilderness along the Red Sea. Along the way, you can see Oil wells, dolphins, Vestas wind farm and the Suez canal. We visit the Egyptian Museum with thousands of ancient treasures, eat lunch on the Nile and visit the ancient pyramids and kiss the mysterious Sfinks.
If you’re interested in history, don’t miss this trip to Luxor, the old capital of Egypt. The city is like a large open-air museum, with temples, tombs and other monuments. We will visit the unique and well preserved Karnak temple, sail across the Nile, experience the great Memnon behemoths, the Valley of the Kings with the colorful tombs as well, Deir El-Bahri, the legendary queen Hatshepsuts dead Temple. Come and feel the rush of an ancient time.
On this tour you will have a fantastic experience. You will find here the many treasures, white sand beaches and delicious turquoise waters of the Red Sea. The islands are home to wild birds and the sea’s many animals that are held in the lagoons and coral reefs.
Marsa Alam is known for being a popular destination for divers and snorers, due to its amazing marine life. This excursion to the Dolphin House is also one of the most popular choices, as it is one of the Dolphins ‘ favorite places of residence, and it is therefore also possible to swim with dolphins in their natural environment. You will experience the amazing underwater world, as well as eat a delicious lunch on board
Would you like to visit all the sights of Aswan, but also want to spend a day at the beautiful temples of Abu Simbel, so join in on this trip where you visit the Philae temple that was moved when the Great Aswan dam that you will also see closely , was built and Lake Nasser remained, as well as Aswan’s famous Tabia mosque. Also visit the beautiful temples of Abu Simbel – a sight you will never forget.