DAY TOURS FROM SAFAGA TO LUXOR

Price Starting From : $105

ENJOY DAY TOURS FROM SAFAGA TO LUXOR

Daily tours from Safaga to Luxor offer a wonderful opportunity to explore tourist attractions. Visitors can enjoy daily tours from Safaga to Luxor to visit its tourist attractions.
Port Safaga, also known as Safaga, is a town in Egypt, on the coast of the Red Sea, located 53 km south of Hurghada. This small port is also a tourist area that consists of several bungalows and rest houses, including the Safaga Hotel, with a capacity of 48 rooms.

Inclusion
  • Pick up services from Safaga Port and return back.
  • Transportation by a deluxe air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Professional English-speaking Egyptologist guide during your Egypt Tours.
  • Entrance fees to the mentioned sites.
  • Bottle of water and a soft drink during all our Egypt Day Tours.
  • Shopping tours in Luxor. (upon request).
  • All taxes and service charges of Tours in Egypt.
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The professional Cairo Top Tours representative and tour guide will pick you up from Safaga port from the cruise exit door to start Safaga beach excursions.

Then we will start driving to Luxor in a comfortable, air-conditioned car, for about three hours. Start by visiting the Karnak Temple Complex, the largest man-made religious complex the world has ever seen.

And admire the giant pillared hall. Next, you will cross the Nile to enjoy a tour of the West Bank of Luxor to visit the two colossal statues of Amenhotep III, famous for the Colossus of Memnon, and then visit the Valley of the Kings, where 62 pharaohs of the New Kingdom are buried.

Including the famous Tutankhamun, Thutmose III and the legendary Ramesses II, these tombs are cut from the mountain, lavishly decorated with exquisite paintings and filled with treasures that the pharaohs planned to enjoy in the afterlife.

Continue Luxor trips from the port of Safaga to see the Temple of Hatshepsut known as Deir el-Bahari, the first female ruler in written history.

Then you will go to one of the famous local restaurants for lunch, and then you will make a Nile cruise to never forget to collect the best memories through the Nile Felucca for a while Half an hour and take the best memorial photos, then the guide will accompany you to return to the cruise in Safaga port again.

We wish you a happy and unforgettable trip to the land of great civilizations.

Price

1 Person

$300 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$180 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$120 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$105 Per Person

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Luxor City has a special historical character that distinguishes it from other tourist historical cities around the world, and every corner of the city contains monuments that attest to the genius of ancient Egyptians.
There are more than 14 archaeological temples in Luxor, Some of the most important in the world, and one of the most important temples in the eastern part of Luxor is the Temple of the Lobby of the Pillars, the Temple of Luxor and the Temple of Karnak, connecting the Temple of Luxor to the Temple of Karnak.


In the western mainland of Luxor, the so-called Land of the Dead, many funeral temples and tombs of the kings are located in the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, and the Temple of the Monastery.


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The official and most extensively used language in Egypt is Egyptian Arabic. It is normal practice to use English for tourism, and it is taught in schools as a secondary language.

Yes, generally, Egypt provides good healthcare services. There are hospitals and specialized clinics in various regions of the country. It's advisable to have health insurance and check the available facilities on-site beforehand.

Yes, smoking is prohibited at the Port of Safaga to preserve the environment and the health of visitors and workers.

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