Where in Egypt is Makadi Bay? On the western coast of the Red Sea between Safaga and Hurghada, Makadi Bay nestles gently between serene desert sand dunes and the Red Sea Mountains.
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Luxor , Makadi Bay
DAY TRIP TO LUXOR FROM MAKADI BAY
Makadi Bay is a resort town set on the Red Sea Riviera, studded with hotels and spas. Sandy beaches are popular for scuba diving and snorkeling, with dive trips offering glimpses of caves, coral reefs, and marine life like barracuda. Late-night discos and restaurants serving seafood and global fare cluster near the bay. Family-friendly attractions include a water park and Mini Egypt, with models of famous sights.
In The Morning ,We pick up you from your hotel in Makadi Bay and transfer you to Luxor.
Full day tour to Luxor from Makadi Bay. We will begin with a tour of the eastern bank of Luxor. Visit the magnificent Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple, two of the most famous, completely different and exhilarating amazing temples in Egypt.
The Luxor Temple is found on the west bank of Luxor and was dedicated to the god Sekhmet.
It is also called the “Temple of Many Years” as a result it was designed exactly throughout the reign of 3 Pharaohs: Amenhotep III, Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) and Ramesses II. The Karnak Temple is considered one of the most important spiritual complexes in Egypt and dates back to the era of the Middle Kingdom (2040 - 1786 BC), and it contains more than three thousand rooms and one hundred shrines.
It was originally designed by King Amenhotep III as a sacred place for the sun god Aten, however it has been modified throughout its long history and was used by many pharaohs to worship different deities on top of that. At lunch, we will head to Luxor tour in the West Bank.
Let's start with the Valley of the Kings. The name comes from the fact that it contains more than sixty tombs of kings and nobles throughout Egyptian history. In fact, it is possible to calculate that more than an hour of all recognized royal topographical points have been designed here!
The burials were supposed to protect their occupants at death and they simply did: archaeologists have not found a single tomb intact. But what they found were beautiful wall paintings and stone carvings, as well as gold jewelry, statues, and various precious goods. Next is the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari. Designed throughout the reign of Queen Hatshepsut, this temple was one of only two girls to rule Egypt as ruler - and she or he has long dominated the other girl in Egyptian history!
She was a very distinguished ruler who expanded trade routes through much of Africa and Asia, yet she is also remembered for her beautiful branch of epistemological achievements such as this complex temple where she worshiped herself as a deity.
The Deir el-Bahari temple is designed on 3 elevated terraces, just like the temple in the middle of King Mentuhotep II's kingdom.
Finally, we will stop to check out the large twin statues of the Colossus of Memnon, which are designed to protect the topographic point, and thus the magnificent Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the Rokop Felucca in the heart of the Nile for half An hour to enjoy watching the beauty of Luxor from the most beautiful place in the Nile and food in one of the high-quality local restaurants in Luxor. Before you return to your edifice in Makadi Bay, from the city of Luxor, which has amazing Egyptian civilizations.