After breakfast at your hotel check out from your hotel in Luxor the head to Aswan on the way stop by the city of Edfu to visit The temple of Edfu that was dedicated to the God Horus and located on a hill overlooking the Nile, the spectacular Temple of Edfu is the best preserved of the Ancient Egyptian shrines.
Built during the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 237 and 57 BC, the Temple of Horus at Edfu is generally regarded to be the best-preserved of the Ancient Egyptian temples. For 200 years, the structure was buried under almost 40 feet (12 meters) of desert sand and silt from the Nile, which incredibly helped to conserve it to near perfection!
As the largest temple dedicated to Horus, one of Egypt's most important historic deities, statues of the falcon-headed god are found throughout the complex, and its extensive wall carvings have provided valuable information to historians about the Hellenistic period of Egyptian history: the exquisite reliefs give us insight into the religion, mythology, and way of life during the era, after that head to Kom Ombo city to visit another impressive temple the temple of Kom Ombo, which is one of the more unusual temples in Egypt. Due to the conflict between Sobek and Horus, the ancient Egyptians felt it necessary to separate their temple spaces within one temple. The Kom Ombo temple has two entrances, two courts, two colonnades, two Hypostyle halls, and two sanctuaries, one side for each god. The temple is atypical because everything is perfectly symmetrical along the main axis. The temple was started by Ptolemy VI Philomotr (180-145 BC) at the beginning of his reign and added to by other Ptolemy’s, most notably Ptolemy XIII (47-44 BC), who built the inner and outer hypostyle halls. Much of the temple has been destroyed by the Nile, earthquakes, and later builders who used its stones for other projects. Some of the reliefs inside were defaced by Copts who once used the temple as a church. after your visit head to Aswan have your lunch at a local restaurant then continue your tour by visiting another landmark the temple of Philae that dedicated to the goddess Isis, known as the Mother Goddess, the temple of Philae is located in a beautiful setting, landscaped to match the original site of the temple when it was relocated by UNESCO after the building of the Aswan Dam threatened the site. The temple has several shrines and sanctuaries dedicated to Goddess Isis and Goddess Hathor, after that back to your hotel in Aswan. Overnight.