Safaga Port is one of the busiest ports in Egypt. Every day, thousands of tourists and locals alike flock to the port to take part in one of the many Luxor day tours that depart from there. Luxor is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Egypt. It is home to some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, including the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Karnak, and the Temple of Hatshepsut. A Luxor day tour from Safaga Port is the perfect way to see all of the major sights in Luxor. These tours typically last for around eight hours, and they include stops at all of the major archaeological sites in the area.
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Cairo Top Tours professional representative will pick you up from Safaga port then we will transfer you to Cairo in a modern and air-conditioned car, As soon as you are in your car, sit back and unwind as your guide walks you through every step you will make on the 3-hour trip to Luxor. Once in Luxor, the head visits the renowned Karnak Temples, the biggest temple complex ever constructed and the best illustration of adoration in human history. Discover the building process for the complex from the start of the Middle Kingdom to the Greco-Roman Kingdom. See the impressive "Hypostyle Hall" inside the complex, which is a breathtaking forest of enormous pillars.
then we will visit The Luxor Temple honors Amun-Ra, Mut, and Khonsu as the Theben Triad. The granite statues of Ramses the Great are located there. Travelers to Luxor must visit these historic monuments.
After lunch, proceed to a nearby restaurant before traveling to the West Bank of the River Nile to see the two enormous sculptures of Amenhotep III (Colossi of Memnon). Visit the famous Valley of the Kings next, where the ancient kings' graves were found. Admire these elaborately designed tombs that are curled deeper into the desert rock and stocked with treasures for the pharaohs' afterlife.
The complex system in the Valley of the Kings is the tomb of Ramesses III, known as KV 11. It is well known that among the magnificent embellishments are colorfully painted recessed reliefs showing Ramses before the gods and ancient ritual texts (such as the Litany of Ra and the Book of Gates). The secular images depicting foreign offerings, such as finely detailed ceramics imported from the Aegean, the royal armory, boats, and, in the final of these side chambers, the blind harpists who gave the tomb one of its alternate names, "Tomb of the Harpers," are unusual in this location.
Continue on to Deir el-Hatshepsut Bahari's Temple. The only female pharaoh, Queen Hatshepsut, is honored in this magnificent temple. In a series of terraces, the temple emerges from the surrounding desert plain and blends into the steep limestone cliffs.
after that we will visit The Mummification Museum in Luxor, which is north of the Luxor Temple on the Nile Corniche, aims to emphasize the methods employed in the ancient Pharaonic art of mummification, which the ancient Egyptians used on a variety of creatures in addition to humans. Return to Safaga Port to finish your excursion.
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A corner within Luxor is hardly without one of the sights of the Pharaonic era. It is a city with a third of the world's monuments because it has been the capital of the ancient and modern Egyptian Kingdom since 2,000 BC.
These tourist places in Luxor are divided between the east and the western mainland; With the River Nile as the link between them, a source of attraction for tourists to experience river transport on wooden boats and traditional property and visit the Karnak Temple and the Valley of Kings .
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You can customize shore excursions with the help of some tour companies to suit your preferences. Ask the tour provider in advance if there are any particular locations or activities you would like to include.
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