Kato dool the Jewel of Nile (History)
With a history dating back as early as 3100BC- Nubia has long fascinated visitors with its beautiful colors and natural elements.
Here are some activities you can do to dive into Nubia's culture and heritage.
Dedicated to the goddess Isis, 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.
If you're looking for an unforgettable experience to do, nothing will beat the sand dunes of Nubia.
Hot sand burial treatment combines the beneficial effect from the sand with its natural minerals.
Of course beyond the sand treatment itself the whole experience at the Nubian desert is a unique offering with sand-boarding, Camel rides, and the amazingly tasty Nubian Coffee.
To get the ultimate break, a felucca or a fishing trip in the Nile is a must, with the waves and the wind carrying you around you will have no choice but to surrender to the tranquility and relax.
If you're here with your loved one don't forget to sit by the Nile and eat some delicious Nubian dishes in Katodool.