Discover the Temple of Kom Ombo, featuring a distinctive double entrance dedicated to "Haroeris" and "Sobek." Pay homage to Sobek, the crocodile-headed god of fertility, and Haroeris, the falcon-headed Horus. Next, journey to Edfu to explore the impeccably preserved temple dedicated to Horus, where myth claims he sought revenge for his father Osiris's murder. The tour ends with a transfer back to your Aswan hotel.
we will start our day by heading to Kom Ombo temple
Embark on our day tour with a visit to the Temple of Kom Ombo, situated on elevated terrain with a stunning Nile view. This temple stands out due to its unique double entrance, dedicated to two deities: "Haroeris" with a falcon head and "Sobek" with a crocodile head. Honoring the crocodile-headed Sobek, the god of fertility and creator of the world, as well as Haroeris, the ancient falcon-headed Horus, the Temple of Kom Ombo holds a special significance.
Transfer to Edfu about 90 minutes driving among fields and Houses.
Next, journey by road to Edfu to explore the magnificent temple devoted to Horus, widely regarded as Egypt's best-preserved cult temple. According to Egyptian myths, this site is where the falcon-headed god Horus sought vengeance for his father Osiris's murder by slaying Seth. As the tour concludes, transfer to your hotel in Aswan.
Transfer you back to Aswan about 120 minutes driving among fields and Houses.
Then drop you off to your accommodation.
- Guiding Services.
- Private Transportation.
- bottle of water.
- Admission Tickets.
- Optional activities
- Personal expenses
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