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Aswan Water Activities include Fishing in Lake Nasser. It indeed is amazing adventure. If you want to catch the biggest freshwater fish in your life, then go fishing in lake Nasser. In fact, Lake Nasser is the world’s largest lake which made by a man. Moreover, it also known as the best freshwater fishing in the world. It is for both Tiger Fish and Nile Perch. The Nile Perch has a better chance of reaching record sizes in lakes. It is rather than in river systems. Most anglers at Lake Nasser manage to catch Perch which weighs between 50 to 200 lbs. Fishing in Lake Nasser will let you get the astonishing Moon-fish and two species of Tilapia. It also does for several species of Catfish. In fact, the legendary giant Vundu is the biggest.
Aswan Water Activities also include two days Felucca from Aswan to Kom Ombo. You will enjoy a traditional Nile sailing experience. In fact, the sailing boat offers a relaxing way to take in the sights and sounds of the Nile. In two days felucca Aswan, you will spend the day relaxing on the soft mattresses and cushions. They cover the deck while sunbathing or reading a book under a canopy. Spend the evening under the stars with the boat moored along the banks of the Nile. The small boat crew double as cooks and entertainers. The few passengers along for the ride make for an intimate encounter. The cruise ends near the temple of Kom Ombo.
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In fact, two days felucca will include a visits to Elephantine Island. Elephantine Island is an island which located in the center of the Nile at Aswan. The island was the original “border town”. The border town was between Egypt and the Nubian lands to the south. Moreover, in ancient times it was an important strategic position. It was both for the defense of the border and as a trading route. The two days felucca Aswan will also include a visit to Aga Khan Mausoleum. In fact, the mausoleum built in honor of Sultan Mohmmad Shah, Aga Khan III. The mausoleum located in Aswan, Egypt. In fact, Agha Khan was the 48th Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims. He also was one of the founders of the All-India Muslim League. Moreover, he even served as President of the League of Nations in 1937.