- Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night
- Tour Location: Luxor, Dendera, Abydos
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Safaga Port
- Tour Type: Historical Tour
Luxor, Dendera, and Abydos in 2 days from Safaga
From Safaga, take a two-day tour to see the most spectacular sites in the land of the pharaohs. Discover the majestic Luxor attractions such as Valley of the Kings, Colossi of Memnon, and Karnak Temple, as well as the intriguing Dendera and holy Abydos Temple. Don’t miss out on this opportunity and book today!!
- Karnak Temple
- Hatshepsut Temple
- Dendera Temple
- Valley of the kings
- Abydos Temple
- Admission fees to all the included sites.
- Deluxe A/C vehicles throughout your tours & transfers.
- Egyptologist tour guides during the tours
- Accommodation for one night in Luxor at 5* hotel.
- All services, Charges, and taxes
- Two Lunch meals during the day trips.
- The assistance of pick up & drop off at Safaga Port.
- Any extra tours are not included in the itinerary.
- Personal Expenses.
Day 1: Visit Dendera and the Abydos Temple
You will be picked up by a private A/C car at the departure door of your cruise from Safaga Port and joined by your highly certified tour guide to visit:
It’s one of the best-preserved beautiful temples, dating back to 54 BC when Ptolemy VII and Cleopatra began building, and was completed in 20 BC during the rule of the Romans. It was devoted to Hathor, the Egyptian goddess of love, fertility, and music, as well as other Egyptian gods.
Temple of Abydos
It was dedicated to Seti I and became a pilgrimage site for ancient Egyptians who sought to be buried near the spectacular tomb of Osiris at Abydos. It was founded more than 3000 years ago and is dedicated to Seti I.
We’ll take you to Luxor for lunch at a fantastic restaurant before checking into a 5* hotel for the night.
Visit Luxor Attractions on Day 2
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be accompanied by your personal tour guide to the following locations:
The Kings’ Valley
The Valley of the Monarchs contains more than 60 burial chambers for the brilliant kings of the 18th and 19th dynasties, as well as their family members and renowned nobles.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Hatshepsut Temple is dedicated to the Great Queen Hatshepsut, Egypt’s sole female pharaoh and one of Egypt’s most famous and successful monarchs. Her reign was one of the most prosperous periods in terms of trade, economy, and construction, which is why her funerary temple was one of the best preserved colossal structures.
Luxor’s gateway was adorned with two magnificent Amenhotep III twin sculptures. Each of the two statues stands at a height of 60 feet. After that, you’ll go to a good restaurant for lunch, and then you’ll go to the museum.
It’s on the east bank of the Nile River and dates from 2055 BC. It’s made up of a variety of chapels, temples, and other structures. It was primarily built as a religious temple dedicated to the gods Amun, Khonsu, and Mut.
Your two-day vacation will come to a conclusion when you are taken back to your ship in Safaga Port.