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Karnak & Luxor Day Tour From Safaga Cruise Ship

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Overview

Duration

1 Day

Tour Type

private

Group Size

Run

Take a day trip Karnak & Luxor Day Tour From Safaga Cruise Ship and explore both the East and West banks. Visit the famous Karnak and Luxor temples, as well as the Valley of the Kings, where the royal tombs, including Tut Ankh Amen’s tomb, are located. Explore the temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Deir El Bahri during this full-day shore excursion. It’s a great opportunity to see interesting sights in Luxor while on your Safaga Shore excursions.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Luxor City
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
  • Collossi of Memnon
  • Karnak Temple

Itinerary

Day01 | Safaga port | West Bank | Valley of the Kings | Temple of Queen Hatshepsut| Collossi of Memnon|Karnak | Safaga port
Your professional guide will be waiting for you outside the port with a sign showing the tour Egypt club. Then you will move to Luxor with a modern air-conditioned vehicle to visit
Valley of the Kings:
The magnificence of the grandeur of architecture which was used for burial, there are many kings buried in this valley. You will visit 3 tombs excluding Tomb of King Tutankhamun.
Move on to enjoy the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut:
It was built by Queen Hatshepsut, daughter of Thutmosis I, who ruled Egypt about 20 years during the 18th Dynasty (approximately from 1490 to 1469 B.C), the only pharaonic woman who reigned ancient Egypt.
Move on to enjoy Collossi of Memnon:
The two faceless Colossi of Memnon, originally representing Pharaoh Amenhotep III, rising majestically about 18m from the plain, are the first monuments tourists see when they visit the west bank. These magnificent colossi, each cut from a single block of stone and weighing 1000 tonnes, sat at the eastern entrance to the funerary temple of Amenophis III, the largest on the west bank. Egyptologists are currently excavating the temple and their discoveries can be seen behind the colossi.
- On the way you will be taken to a restaurant in the West Bank to enjoy an excellent Egyptian lunch
Then proceed to witness Karnak Temple
Karnak is an extraordinary complex of sanctuaries, kiosks, pylons and obelisks dedicated to the Theban triad but also to the greater glory of pharaohs. The site covers more than 2 sq km; it's large enough to contain about 10 cathedrals. At its heart is the Temple of Amun, the earthly 'home' of the local god. Built, added to, dismantled, restored, enlarged and decorated over nearly 1500 years, Karnak was the most important place of worship in Egypt during the New Kingdom.
Then at the end of your tour we will transfer you in an air-conditioned car to ensure a comfortable tour and you will arrive at the port well in advance of the ship's departure time.

(We guarantee that you will return to your ship in a timely manner according to your ship's schedule without any rush.)

Included/Excluded

  • Pick up from Safaga port from outside.
  • Vehicle with air conditioning Port of Safaga / Luxor / Port of Safaga
  • Entire tour will be private.
  • Entrance fees to the sites mentioned above.
  • Visit 3 Tombs in Valley of the Kings
  • Expert English-speaking tour guide.
  • All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Lunch at a local restaurant in Luxor
  • Bottle of mineral water for each person during your day trip to Luxor
  • Tourism permit.
  • Tourism police permit.
  • All service charges and taxes
  • Assistance and transfer back to the port of Safaga.
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping

Day Tour price

Solo Traveler

Per Person
US$ 001
2 Persons
Per Person
US$ 001
3 Persons
Per Person
US$ 001
4 Persons
Per Person
US$ 001
5 Persons
Per Person
US$ 001
6 Persons
Per Person
US$ 001
7 Persons
Per Person US$ 001

from $99

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