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Aswan is a Southern city of Egypt located in close proximity to Aswan Dam and Lake Nasser adjoining river Nile. Unlike Cairo, Aswan is less populated and remains calm where the nature surrounded by river Nile speaks millions of mind-blowing stories. Compared to the orther cities of Egypt, Aswan is highly dominated by Nile where the social, economic, recreational and cultural activities of the inhabitants as well as travellers are closely knitted with this massive river.

Things to admire in Aswan

Aswan is a heaven on earth where the serene atmosphere is largely graced by greenly tropical vegetation and palm groves. Sailing in the Nile while passing these sceneries is considered as one of unforgettable memories by the travellers. Even reaching sightseeing spots and historic monuments is done via sailing on the Nile. Places such as temple of Philae, Agha Khan Mausoleum and St. Simeons Monastery can be reached by cruising in the Nile. Having tantalizing Egyptian authentic food that mainly featuring an array of freshly caught river fish dishes at the floating restaurants is another remarkable experience for the Travellers visiting Aswan.
This little sunny city is not only famous for a relaxed vacation. It also invites the travellers to Aswan souk, the shopping spots where purchasing high quality tropical spices, getting some henna tattoos done, and buying some African handmade souvenirs and handicrafts cannot be experienced in other places.

Cruising from Aswan to Luxor or Cairo

One of the mesmerising activities that can be done in Aswan is heading to Luxor or Cairo, the closest cities that arealso located along the river bank of Nile. You can have a relaxed ride on the felucca, the traditional wooden boats that are generally used in the Nile to travel from Aswan to Luxor. Or even you can go for the most luxurious night aboard cruising expedition from Aswan to Cairo.

Getting in and around the City

Aswan International Airport gets the international travellers to this smallest of river Niles tourist cities. Getting around the city is quite normal via trains, boats and buses.
Economical way to reach Aswan
Enjoy the serene atmosphere of Aswan with a budget that is affordable for you. Do not stress yourself too much about the air fares as Air Africa offers the cheapest flights to Aswan. Plan your vacation, get yourself ready with your loved ones and book a flight to Aswan with Air Africa.

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