you can start this tour to Kalabsha anytime before 2 pm . you will listen to your gyuide explaining Temple of Mandulis is the major structure in New Kalabsha. Its is the largest freestanding Nubian temple in Egypt and the closest temple to Aswan found along Lake Nasser in Aswan. it was about 51 k.m south of the High Dam on the Lake Nasser This temple along with the other four, the Kiosk of Qertassi, Chapel of Dedwen, Temple of Garf Hussein and Temple of Beit el Wali were originally located further south in five different areas now flooded by Lake Nasser.
1* Beit el Wali: Is a rock-cut Ancient Egyptian temple in Nubian which was built by Pharaoh Ramesses II and dedicated to TREE gods
2* Garf Hussein: Is also one of the important temples on the island. At the time of the salvation campaign the Temple was not complete but was rather in the form of scattered blocks that were gathered and reinstalled.
3* Dedwen: Located at New Kalabsha since it was moved from the rising waters of Lake Nasser.
4* The Kiosk of Kertassi (Qertassi): is a beautiful little thing, it was part of a larger temple.