Egypt's Luxor & Aswan Hidden Gems!

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Winter is finally upon us and that can only mean one thing. Winter Trips, Am I right?

Many People might disagree but for me personally, I prefer winter trips, they are much more enjoyable than summer trips. Luxor and Aswan are the hotspots when It comes to Winter Trips.

If you haven't visited Luxor and Aswan yet, you are surely missing out on a lot! These extraordinary cities are steeped in glorious history.
Here’s some Luxor and Aswan hidden gems. Some of these aren't your normal tourist attractions, but they'll certainly leave you dumbfounded, so prepare yourself!

1. Temple of Karnak

The Karnak temple is one of the world's most popular and visited temples. The massive temple complex of Karnak was the principal religious center of the god Amun-Re in Thebes during the New Kingdom. The complex remains one of the largest religious complexes in the world. Karnak's Temple Complex is the most awe-inspiring and gorgeous masterpiece.
The Karnak temple
The Karnak temple

2. Medinet Habu

Now this one is truly a hidden gem, not many tourists know about Medinet Habu, The Temple of Medinet Habu is one of the largest memorial temples in Egypt. It measures 320 m in length (east to west) and about 200 m in width (north to south). It’s very underrated and usually gets overlooked, but this is one of Egypt's most beautifully decorated temples.
Medinet Habu
Medinet Habu

3. Philae Temple

One of Nubia's most gorgeous highlights! This beautiful temple complex is one of the most picturesque in all of Egypt. It sits on Aglika Island just south of the old Aswan Dam and you must ride a water taxi to the island to get to therein. Philae Temple is a location full of positive energy and vibrant colours that are sure to brighten your day!
Philae Temple
Philae Temple

4. Lake Nasser Temple of Kalabsha

Kalabsha Temple, which is within sight of the High Dam, is frequently the first stop on any trip on Lake Nasser. This magnificent spot is a historic landmark that has weathered the test of time! The temple should be every visitor's first stop on the Nile's west bank because of its extraordinary beauty and ageless construction.
Kalabsha Temple
Kalabsha Temple

5. Temple of Hatshepsut

The Temple of Hatshepsut is located on the West Bank, at the foot of the cliffs that surround the desert hills. A tomb temple dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut, Ancient Egypt's greatest female ruler. Statues, sphinxes, and reliefs adorn the temple, which have been meticulously maintained throughout time.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Temple of Hatshepsut