Tour Highlights: Valley of the kings – Colossi of Memnon – Karnak temple
Duration: 1 Day Trip
Type: Private or sharing – Upon Request
Pick up: Safaga Port
Drop Off: Safaga or any other Egyptian port
Upon arrival to Safaga port you will find your tour guide waiting for you in the port to accompany you heading Luxor in a transfer takes 3-4 hours by air-conditioned vehicle, within transfer you can enjoy the views of Egyptian countryside of Upper Egypt.
Arriving Luxor, firstly you will visit temple of Karnak one of the most famous monuments of ancient Egypt, passing the famous avenue of Sphinxes you will reach the great hypostyle hall and discover the painted decorations of ancient Egypt, then cross to the sacred lake where the bark of king used to anchor
After that you will drive across the Nile to its West Bank where the Valley of the Kings is situated to visit three of the amazing royal tombs.
Before crossing to the East Bank you will get chance to take photographs at the famous statues of Amenophis III, also widely known as the Colossi of Memnon and discover the secret of the sound comes out from them.
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 the return journey to Safaga.
– Pick up and drop off in front of the cruise exit door
– All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
– Private Egyptologist guide speaking your language.
– Entrance fees for the all the included sites in itinerary.
– Egypt Visa.
– Tipping Kitty.
– Any extras not mentioned
– Tour suitable for elderly but not physically challenged persons.
– Comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses and hat are highly recommended.
– A motorized wagon train transports passengers from the parking lot to the entrance gate of the Valley of the Kings.
– 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. Not of them King Tut tomb which requires an additional ticket