Luxor Shore Excursion

Luxor Shore Excursion

Spend a day in Luxor from Safaga Port. Visit the Karnak Temples, known as the largest place of worsh...

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Tours in Luxor from Safaga Port
Safaga, Egypt

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Overnight in Luxor

Overnight in Luxor

You will be picked up from your Hotel or Vessel in Safaga port with our tour leader, then you will b...

2 days / 1 night
Tours in Luxor from Safaga Port
Safaga, Egypt

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Safaga, or Port Safaga, is a coastal town that lies along the edge of the Red Sea in Egypt. Known as Philotera at its founding in the 3rd century BCE, Safaga is a burgeoning tourist hotspot owing to its black sand beaches and many water activities, including watersports, scuba diving, and windsurfing. It is also an important site in medical tourism, due to therapeutic elements found within its seawater and mineral springs. Safaga is a fair tourist destination by itself, but its proximity to other tourist sites in the region as well as its status as a port city make it an attracting jumping-off point for tourists looking to explore the area. Travel to Safaga now with our tours and activities to ensure that you experience the best this place has to offer.

Go on a Luxor Shore Excursion and travel to the incredible city of Luxor, hailed as the “world’s greatest open-air museum” due to it being the site of the ancient city of Thebes, with ruins and archaeological sites all over the place. Start with a comfortable three-hour trip in an airconditioned car to Luxor from Safaga. Upon arrival, see the majestic Karnak Temple, the largest house of worship ever constructed. Its construction began during the time of Pharaoh Senusret I in the 20th century BCE, some 4000 years ago, and continued into the Ptolemaic Period which began in 305 BC. You’ll also get to see the Hypostyle Hall, where a commune of giant stone pillars rests. Riding along the West Bank of the Nile you will see the Colossi of Memnon, two great statues of Amenhotep III, and then later you’ll pass by Valley of the Kings, where ancient Egyptian rulers were entombed. Finally, see the Hatshepsut Temple, dedicated to its namesake, the only female pharaoh. You can alternatively stay Overnight in Luxor, where you’ll be able to visit all of these sites plus the Luxor Temple and its amazing sound and light show at night.

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