Kom Ombo Temple Tour from Aswan

Aswan Day Tours


Kom Ombo Temple Tour from Aswan, Enjoy a day tour to the temple of Kom Ombo from Aswan, it is a temple dedicated to god of good & god of evil, it was used also as a hospital, Experience the great History of Egypt while enjoy visiting Aswan Sightseeing which include Kom Ombo Temple


Enjoy a day tour from Aswan to Kom Ombo temple which is standing on high grounds overlooking the River Nile,our tour representative will pick up you from your hotel in Aswan, or from any other meeting point in Aswan, direct transfer to Kom Ombo, visit the temple dedicated to two gods, Kom Ombo is a dual Greek - roman Egyptian temple dedicated to the Evil crocodile god Sobek and the good god Horus

Horus was represented as a falcon, Sobek as a crocodile. Kom Ombo temple had sacred crocodiles kept as pets.

it was so famous for Egyptian not only as a temple but also it was working as a hospital

after your guided tour to Kom Ombo temple, transfer back to your hotel in Aswan


    What is included in our day tour to Kom Ombo temple from Aswan :

    - Service of Pick up & drop off from your hotel in Aswan and return

    - All transfers by a modern air-conditioned vehicle

    - English speaking tour guide

    - Entrance fees to Kom Ombo temple

    - Mineral water during your trip to Kom Ombo

    - All the day tour taxes & service charges


    What is excluded in our day tour to Kom Ombo from Aswan:

    - Any extras not mentioned in the tour itinerary

    - Beverages not specified

    - Tipping ( Not obligatory, but recommended )


Short Information About Kom Ombo Temple : -
Kom Ombo is an agricultural town in Egypt famous for the Temple of Kom Ombo, In ancient times the town of KOM OMBO stood at the crossroads of the caravan route from Nubia and trails from the gold mines of the Eastern Desert.
The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple built during the Ptolemaic dynasty in the Egyptian town of Kom Ombo
The Kom Ombo Temple is unusual in that it is a double temple, with one side dedicated to the god Haroesis and the other side to Sobek. The design is almost perfectly symmetrical, with two side-by-side sanctuaries and two parallel passageways leading through the outer parts of the temple.
The right side is dedicated to Sobek-Re (the crocodile god, The left side is dedicated to Haroeris, the "Good Doctor" (a form of the falcon-headed god Horus the Elder) along with his consort Ta-Sent-Nefer, the "Good Sister" (another form of Hathor)

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