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Experience the unbeatable Luxor with its cultural heritage glory. Get excited about the funeral temples on the Nile. You will have the chance to discover Luxor with its fascinating historical sites and scout the Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple Mortuary Temple, and the Colossi of Memnon. Be ready for Luxor’s magnificent tour.
Geoota Travel professional and friendly licensed tour guide will pick you up from your hotel lobby.
Start your Luxor tour at Safaga Hotel/Port, then drive 3 hours to reach Luxor and start the tour by crossing the Nile to Luxor's west bank and visit the Valley of the Kings.
The Kings' Valley, also known: (Tombs of the Pharaohs) is the Egyptian theory that "To speak the dead names is to make him live again," is undoubtedly carried out in building these sacred tombs. The king's formal names and titles are inscribed in his tomb, along with his pictures and statues. Starting with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th Dynasty, the kings left the Memphis area and built their tombs in Thebes.
There is an opportunity to enter Tutankhamen's Tomb (against charge): Although the Tut tomb alone is worth a visit, you will have to visit the Egyptian Museum Cairo to see Tutankhamen's treasures.
Continue our day by visiting Hatshepsut Temple Mortuary Temple, also known: (Deir El-Bahari) Located beneath massive cliffs near the Nile's west bank for Queen Hatshepsut, one of the more mysterious figures of ancient Egyptian history. Temple of Hatshepsut reliefs depicts the tale of Hatshepsut's divine birth and trade expeditions to the Land of Punt (a reference to modern Somalia or the Arabian Peninsula).
On the way, snap pictures of the Colossi of Memnon, two ruined statues around 20 m high, known as Amenhotep III Temple's guardians, destroyed during the earthquake in 27 B.C.
Break for a delicious lunch in a typical Egyptian restaurant.
Now we return to Luxor's East Bank and visit Karnak temple (Megaliths temple of the Ancients) and bear witness to the most significant religious building's exquisite architecture to ever have been built in the world located close to the Nile East Bank.
Start driving back from Luxor to Safaga to arrive on time exactly.
Return to Safaga Port to return to your hotel or Embark on your Sea Cruise in Safaga.
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