I have visited this place, it was amazing place to visit, I entered into the Nubian houses and saw crocodiles inside
I visited a nubian village where the captain of our boat lived. The houses are all mainly built aroung a courtyard, and as such have not got or not many windows facing ouwards, front doors were all different and colourful. Layout of the village ver confusing.a tipical nubian tradition is to have a baby crocidile in their house and when... More
We had fun in the Nubian village and the people and hospitality were wonderful. U can ride a camel and have a tour in the magnificent island. There are some ecological small hotels in the place by bright colors go for them to take photos, eat or have a beer because the service is very slow at the houses made... More
It is certainly interesting but how much is genuine and how much is staged for the regular coachloads of tourists you can only guess at. The visit to a 'typical village house' was fine but close examination showed that it was more designed for a party of 40 tourists than for a local family to live in. Perhaps I am... More
The village is on the side of a hill by the Nile. They house we went in had a couple of crocodiles as "pets" in a pen, they served us tea and we walked through the village - open air market. Not really worth the time - the ride on the Felluca was nice though.
Colorful and unique. Opened me to wanting to learn more about the experience and history of the culture and the people of Aswan.
Everything about the village was beautiful. The people are so kind and giving. The scenes are breathtaking! If you're in Aswan, you can not miss this!!!!
Go over on the public ferry which costs E£1. I've read the village(s) described as a tourist trap. It's not. Despite being on Elephantine Island and so close to the touristy things, it's mostly untouched by tourism. Just narrow little alleys with colourfully painted houses and Nubian people going about their everyday lives, gossiping, stitching, cleaning the utensils, cooking food.... More
Wow is all I can say. The small motor boat ride from my Rihanna Dahabiya was just beautiful. We motored slowly through the beautiful waters and winding channels of the Aswan end of the Nile area. Little island sanctuaries of wildlife and lovely waters. Finally arriving to the edge of the desert to be met by Nubian leader and many... More
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