Luxor(Thebes )was the capital of the new kingdom in ancient Egyptian history which was remarkable by its huge temples and gigantic attractions that flanks the two banks in the Nile River that you can enjoy en Luxor Day Tours , the East Bank has many temples you can enjoy with Luxor things to do like: Luxor Temple is a very huge ancient Egyptian temple complex and Karnak Temple is a huge open-air temple complex. so it will be a great chance to experience Luxor Day Trips on the other side as we have the west bank has: The Valley of the kings or the Valley of the Gates of the Kings and is considered as a valley in Upper Egypt, The Temple Of Hatshepsut At Deir El-Bahri and Colossi of Memnon.
Aswan is considered the southern gate of Egypt and is located on the east bank of the Nile. So Aswan has many tourist attractions and has many temples you can enjoy with Aswan Excursions like Edfu | The Temple of Horus, Philae Temple is rose to prominence during the Ptolemaic Dynasty as the center of the cult of the goddess Isis, The High Dam was built to save Egypt from the destruction that the Nile flood used to do annually and also from the severe droughts the country used to suffer.
It is really hard to see all of Aswan day tours in only one day but you can tour the most interesting highlights like: Abu Simbel Temples and The Nubian Village it’s a short but scenic voyage to Sohail Island, during one of the most interesting Aswan Day Tours which is home to three distinct Nubian villages at the end Take the opportunity with Cairo Top Tours visiting Aswan and enjoy our Tours from Aswan the Banana Island (Gezira el-Mozh), located along the Nile River Valley attracts visitors with its banana plantation.
cruises are carried out by floating hotels moving between Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan, leaving the tourist the most beautiful experience and moments lived, where the scenic and charming scenery on the banks of the Nile, and passes dozens of kilometers through ancient Egyptian civilization which you can see a lot of temples scattered on both sides of the Nile.