Luxor Day Trip From Safaga Port: Shore Excursion from Safaga
Explore the world of gods and pharaohs, temples and tombs, myths, and golden treasures of ancient Egypt. Join our Luxor Day Trip from Safaga Port with a professional Guide.
Visit Karnak Temple, one of ancient Egypt’s grandest building project. The city of temples built over two thousand years and dedicated to god’s Amun, Mut, and Khonsu.
Furthermore, explore two huge stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III. The Pharaoh who ruled the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site “Valley of the Kings”. The royal burial land where the bodies of Pharaohs laid to rest in tombs.
The popular tombs include Rameses II and Tutankhamen. The boy-king burial chamber found with more than 1,000 precious treasures of gold, faience, and alabaster.
You will also get to visit the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut (Deir el Bahri) dedicated to the god Amon-Ra (the sun god)
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Luxor Day Trip from Safaga
Meet our Representative just outside the cruise exit door at Safaga Port. After the initial meet and greet you will be transferred to Luxor in an air-conditioned vehicle, it takes approximately 3 hours to reach Luxor from Safaga. Your day trip will start with visiting the famous Karnak Temples; the grandest building project in ancient Egypt. The temple of Amun is the largest place of worship in the world. After Karnak Temple- A UNESCO world heritage site visit, lunch will be served at a local restaurant. and then you will be guided to the West Bank of the River Nile to see the two colossal statues of Amenhotep III (Colossi of Memnon).
Next, you will be escorted to the Gateway of Afterlife-Valley of the Kings, The most famous elaborate tombs in Egypt. During Egypt’s New kingdom the place was the royal burial ground for Pharaohs. Valley of the kings was the final resting place for the elites of the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties. Tombs of pharaohs Tutankhamun, Seti I, and Ramses II were found in the valley of the kings. Continue your Luxor trip by visiting the Hatshepsut Temple at El Deir El Bahary. The Temple is dedicated to the second confirmed female pharaoh who ruled Egypt- Queen Hatshepsut. The stunning temple was designed by the queen’s steward Senenmut. Your Luxor day trip will come to an end with Hatshepsut Temple visit and you will be transferred back to the port at Safaga.