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High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple Tours in Aswan

February 5, 2017
High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple Tours in Aswan

Enjoy High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and Philae Temple Tours in Aswan, Explore the most famous sites in Aswan in one day tour in Aswan, to Visit the High Dam, was deemed an engineering miracle when it was built in 1960, it’s provides irrigation and electricity for whole of Egypt, So Egypt has the best agricultural crops, then visit Philae Temple which has a beautiful location on an island in the River, which has been landscaped to suitable its site, Next tour to the unfinished Obelisk. Book online with All Tours Egypt.


Itinerary :

All Tours Egypt will pick you up from your hotel in Aswan, Start your sightseeing tours to visit the High Dam, it was constructed between 1960 and 1970 to control floods, then visit Philae Temple, Next tour to the unfinished Obelisk, where you will touch the experience of the ancient Egyptian, at the end of your Philae Temple and unfinished obelisk tour transfer back to your hotel in Aswan

Inclusions :

Pick up from your hotel in Aswan

Private day tour to the High dam, Unfinished Obelisk & Philae Temple

Entrance fees to the above mentioned sites

English speaking guide

A bottle of Mineral water to each person

All service charges and taxes

Return back to your hotel in Aswan

Exclusions :

Visa to Egypt

Any optional tours if required

Tip

For more info kindly visit www.alltourseygpt.com

OR send your request to info@alltoursegypt.com 

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OR contact directly with us on our account in Skype All Tours Egypt 

Pick your preferable tour and send us as soon as possible  

Best Regards

Marian Andrews

Tour operator 

01289091806

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