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Luxor Dendera Individual Trip HurghadaSale! £79.00 – £200.00You see several monuments on the one-day individual excursion to Dendera-Luxor from Hurghada. In eastern Luxor, you will see the Karnak temple. Then, you will enjoy lunch. In the western part of Luxor, you will see the Colossi of Memnon that stand at the Temple of Amenhotep III entrance. At the end of the program in Luxor, you will head to Dendera to see the temple of goddess Hathor. Further, you will visit the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. After that, you will have a stop at the Alabaster factory where all comers will be able to buy souvenirs.Select options
Abydos Dendera Individual Trip HurghadaSale! £70.00 – £200.00 "inc. Vat"During this fantastic individual trip to Abydos-Dendera from Hurghada, you will enjoy a visit to the exciting Temples of Abydos. After this stop, you can have your lunch. Finally, you see the Dendera Temple complex. The trip price includes transfers, entrance tickets and lunch.Select options
Luxor Dendera Excursion HurghadaSale!On the excursion to Dendera & Luxor from Hurghada, you will see the Karnak temple. Then, we'll have lunch. After lunch, you will take a boat trip across the Nile to reach the western bank of the Nile river. This Nile trip will include a visit to Banana Island. In the west part of Luxor, you will see the Colossi Memnon, located in the Temple of Amenhotep III, and the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Then, you will have a stop at the Alabaster factory, where all comers will be able to buy souvenirs. After the end of the program in Luxor, you will head to Dendera to see the temple of the goddess Hathor.Add to cart
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Dendera is a small village in southern Egypt. This small town is located on the west bank of the Nile river, about five kilometres from the city of Qena. in the same time, we can find that it is located sixty kilometres north of the famous town – Luxor.
Dendera has gained widespread fame throughout history, from the time of the Pharaohs until today. In this town, the complex of Dendera temples is located. It is one of the best-preserved temples in Upper Egypt. This temple was built in the Greco-Roman era of Egyptian history.
The Dendera complex, which houses the temple of Hathor, is one of the best-preserved temples. The complex is located on an area of 40,000 square meters and is surrounded by a mud wall. The current building dates back to the Ptolemaic era. This building was completed by the Roman emperor Tiberius. However, the origins of this building date back to the time before King Khufu. That is, it dates back to about 2,600 BC.