Luxor Tours From Safaga Port

Don’t miss any chance to explore how beautiful Egypt is, experience one of the most interesting Shore Excursions with Safaga To Luxor Shore Excursion, as you will get the chance to discover the ancient Egyptian Civilization by visiting many landmarks in Luxor.

Experience a fancy Luxor tour From Safaga Port, where you will be able to visit the most famous attractions in Luxor such as, Karnak TempleLuxor Templethe Colossi of MemnonValley of the Kings, and the Mortuary of Queen Hatshepsut.

temple-hatshepsut
Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

Get amazed with Tours to Karnak and Luxor Temples from Safaga Port, where you can explore two of the most famous temples in Egypt, visit the Karnak Temple, which is considered the largest temple in the whole world, as it includes six temples such as, the temple of Amun Ra, Temple of Ptah, Temple of Khonso, Temple of Montho, Temple of Ipt, and Temple of the God Osiris. Enjoy the experience of exploring the Ancient Pharaonic World while wandering at those marvelous temples at one town as you’ll get excited with the grandeur of its architectures, history and monuments. The great Temple of Karnak was basically dedicated to the God Amun-Ra, and considered the result of the great effort and achievements of many generations of the ancient Egyptian builders and engineers.

Move to Luxor Temple, which is a very large temple located in the east bank of the Nile River, it was built by Amenhotep III, completed by Ramses II, it was also known as the Southern Sanctuary and constructed in 1400 B.C during the New Kingdom for the Opet Festival; an ancient Egyptian celebration that was organizing annually, as well as Alexander the Great who rebuilt the Southern Sanctuary and converted it to church.
Moreover these statues were constructed to be the guardians of Amenhotep III , it make a roaring voice, that looks like signing, which made the Greek history scholars said that both statues are singing with the sunrise time.Try Luxor Tours From Safaga Port and amuse yourself with East and West bank Tours in Luxor, you will get excited visiting a lot of famous attractions, like the Colossi of Memnonthe Valley of the Kings and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.

The Colossi of Memnon is considered one of the most famous and attractive landmarks in Luxor and it belongs to a Greek king who named “Memnon” , who was killed by the famous character in the Greek mythology called “Achilles”,  the colossi of Memnon stand on an open area that is belong to the Temple of Amenhotep III, therefore they are located at the front of the entrance of Amenhotep III temple, which was damaged a long time ago and no one knows the cause of its damaging, however these tow statues still stand so far and date back to thousands of years, to shed light on the grandeur of Pharaonic monuments.

Visit the Valley of the Kings, which is containing amazing tombs of the kings and nobles that date back to the eighteenth and twenty-first Dynasties, it also was constructed to avoid the robbing of the Pharaonic treasures and mummified bodies, as there were more than sixty chambers, some of them were including the Pharaoh’s mummified bodies such as Ramesis I, Amenhotep I and Tuthmosis.

 

Discover the temple of Queen Hatshepsut with Luxor West BankTours, as Tours From Safaga Port offers you the chance to explore the temple of Queen Hatshepsut , which is also known  El-Deir El-Bahary, it lies in the western bank of the Nile River in Luxor and it dates back to the 18th dynasty, it is considered one of the magnificent temples that still standing without any damaging, it was also dedicated to the Queen Hatshipsut, who was the daughter of the King Thutmose I, this temple is located in the western bank of the Nile River in Luxor, at the City of Tiba, which was once the ancient capital of Egypt, it also was the worship center of the ancient Egyptian God Amun.

With Safaga Shore Excursions you can experience different activities in Luxor, such as Hot Air Balloon Ride In Luxor, and beguile your eyes with an amazing view over Valley of the kings, Hatshepsut Temple, and the Colossi of Memnon.

Below you will find Shore Excursions of Luxor Tours From Safaga Port:

Luxor Tours From Safaga Port

Itinerary

Flying Carpet Tours delegate will pick you up from Safaga Port, he will escort you by air-conditioned van to fascinating Luxor tours from safaga Port to visit the glorious Karnak Temple, the greatest example of worship in the history, dedicated to the God Amon, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu, watch the amazing Pillars hall, then beguile your eyes between Valley of the Kings, which is containing the masterpieces of the ancient Egyptian tombs, ( visit 03 Tombs Only ), Next visit to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, known now with the name of El-Deir El-Bahary, It was built by Queen Hatshepsut, daughter of Thutmosis I. the only pharaonic woman who reigned ancient Egypt, Relax by having Lunch at local restaurant, your last visit will be to Colossi of Memnon, Watch the glory of the two huge statues, finally Flying Carpet Tours guide will escort you back to Safaga Port to catch your Cruise Ship.

Including

  • ·         Pick up and drop off to Safaga Port
  • ·         Air-conditioned van Safaga port / Luxor / Safaga Port
  • ·         Excursion to Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, and colossi of Memnon as mentioned at the above program
  • ·         Entrance fees to the above mentioned sites
  • ·         English speaking guide at the sites mentioned above
  • ·         One Lunch at local restaurant in Luxor
  • ·         Bottle of Mineral Water during the Excursion
  • ·         All transfers by air-conditioned Van
  • ·         All service charges and taxes

Excluding

  • ·         Visa to Egypt
  • ·         Optional tours not mentioned at the above itinerary
  • ·         Tipping

Notes:

  • ·         Prices are quoted per person in U.S. American Dollars
  • ·         Entrance fees to Tut Ankh Amun Tomb not included

For more info. Kindly visit: www.flyingcarpettours.com

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