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package complimentary tour
Pick up time
According to cruise line schedules
Excursion runs
7 days a week
Tour Duration
12 hours
Meeting point
At the pier
Food & beverage provided
Lunch is included
Mineral water during the tour is included
Dress Recommended
Comfortable clothing and , comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
Excursion guide line
Guests must be able to walk approximately 1.2 miles over flat, uneven and gravel surfaces. Tour suitable for elderly but not physically challenged persons. A motorized wagon train transports passengers from the parking lot to the entrance gate of the Valley of the Kings. Pay toilets are found inside the Valley of the Kings in the form of chemical toilets housed in large ship's containers. Bottled water while visiting Valley of the Kings and Karnak is recommended. No cameras or videos are allowed inside the tombs of the kings. Entry into the Valley of the Kings includes a visit to 3 tombs. The visit to the Tomb of King Tutankhamun at the Valley of the Kings requires an extra ticket amounting to US$ 19 p.p. and is not part of the tour
Tour includes
All transfers
Sites entry fees
Egyptologist tour guide
Tour excludes
Any item not mentioned
Beverage in restaurant
Optional & extra activities

Day tour in Luxor (Lux1)

Karank temples, valley of the kings, Deir El Bahari , Colossi of Memnon.

Depart from Safaga in convoy for a journey lasting approximately 3 1/2 hours. The luxurious motor coaches are fully air conditioned, Sit back and enjoy the unfolding vistas of barren mountains, flat desert and fertile areas as your guide introduces you to the history of Upper Egypt. Arriving in Luxor, your first stop will be at the greatest place of worship in history, the breathtaking Karnak Temple with its unique Hypostyle hall, sacred lake and avenue of the Sphinxes. Take time out relax and enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch in a deluxe hotel. After lunch, drive across the Nile to its West Bank where the Valley of the Kings is situated to visit three of the amazing royal tombs. Driving past Deir El Bahari, view the finest building in Egypt, a momentous masterpiece and one of the most impressive in the world, the magnificent funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Before crossing to the East Bank you will stop for photographs at the famous statues of Amenophis III, also known as the Colossi of Memnon, standing exactly where they once flanked the entrance to the Temple 5000 ago. , Let your imagination soar and with the mind's eye witness the glorious entrance to the temple by Alexander the Great, a god paying his respects to another. A short photo stop at Luxor Temple will take place before joining the scheduled convoy for the return journey to Safaga.

Please note: this itinerary is flexible