Kalabsha Hotel

Address: Abtal El Tahrir Street, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Abtal El Tahrir Street, Aswan.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Aswan

        Aswan Nubian Village

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Oct 22, 2015

        1 comment, 52 photos

        ... any one around the pool, I think the staff outnumber the guests

        There is a Nubian village there as well, so we decided to have a look around, there wasn't anyone around to talk to or ask questions

        The whole place is a collection of wood, mud and concrete homes (if you could call them that)

        The whole place looked deserted, run down and filthy, rubbish dumped everywhere, there must have been people around, ...

        Messing about in a felucca

        A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 08, 2015

        22 photos

        ... with a new foal and some water buffalo enjoying the cool water. In the afternoon it was a long slow drift with the river current pushing the two feluccas along. The young and fit swam in the river but getting back on board was too much of a challenge for the less nimble of us. There is surprisingly little river traffic, 300 Nile river boats are laid up due to the lack of tourists. Our boats are the only sails all day on the river. Times are hard here with so few ...

        Aswan Egypt

        A travel blog entry by cstevens24 on May 31, 2015

        ... boat which took us to an area with a sandy bank. We went for a swim in the Nile and then sat on the top deck of the boat to dry...it didn't take very long. Our boat then took us to a Nubian village where we could look around the house of one of the families there. I got a traditional henna tattoo from one of the local women which is really pretty. I was told it would last about 20 days. ...

        Day 4 - Abu Simbel

        A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 19, 2015

        ... 5 were the last ones on site. All the other hordes of tourists had left. We had a wonderful moment of peace to take in the immense structures and the view over the water, adding to the solemnity and beauty of the place.
        The drive home was mostly uneventful, except for a near miss (or minor collision? Still unclear..) with a car in the city. I wish I could tell you if we hit it or not, but the sudden slamming of the brakes sent me flying nearly into the passenger seat of the bus so ...

        Day 3 - A Romantic Temple & A Big Damn Dam

        A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 18, 2015

        ... so much that it completely flooded the country of Nubia. Today, all the Nubians who lived here have been forced to become Egyptian citizens by default... an incredibly sad situation to have these people misplaced and their land essentially stolen from them.

        Egypt's Most Romantic Temple: Philae Temple
        I had no idea what to expect when I read the tour dossier that this temple was supposed to be incredibly romantic, but believe you me, it was right. "Philae" ...