Valley of Queens Luxor Trip from Safaga is an extraordinary excursion to Luxor & the Valley of the Queens from the resort of Safaga, Egypt! We recommend the trip because it typically allows tourists to discover many ancient Egyptian attractions and learn about the country’s history.
Highlights Luxor & Valley of the Queens Excursion from Safaga
- Admire Karnak Temple in the city of the living.
- The Colossi of Memnon at the Temple of Amenhotep III.
- Visit the temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
- Also, the Valley of the Queens at the City of the Dead.
Program of Luxor Trip
- The Landious Travel representative will pick you up from the hotel at approximately 05:00 am.
- After taking all comers, the bus leaves towards Luxor, passing the town of Qena, 220 km away in the Nile Valley. From the centre of Safaga to Luxor, the way takes about 4 hours.
Schedule in Eastern Luxor
- As soon as you arrive at Luxor, we will show you the Karnak temple dedicated to the god Amun. It is the largest in Egypt and the whole ancient world. This temple strategically stands in the City of Living – Eastern Luxor. Initially, your guide will launch into the explanation in this temple. Next, he will show you the frequently visited places of this massive complex. The complex itself contains other temples and buildings. Your guide will have a task to describe all these temples. Besides, our guide will give you free time to take a picture.
- After visiting the Karnak temple in Eastern Luxor, you can shop for some time.
- Then, you start a boat picnic through the Nile River with a visit to Banana Island. It is a secondary program; you can order it in advance through us! Once the boat picnic ends, you will be in the Western Luxor – the City of the Dead.
Agenda in Western Luxor
- Naturally, in Western Luxor, the trip will continue. The first stop there will be at the Colossi of Memnon. These are the two majestic statues that stand at the entrance of the temple of Amenhotep III. Your guide shows them and allows you to take a picture.
- Further, the bus goes to the magnificent temple of Queen Hatshepsut. It is an impressive temple located in Deir El-Bahari. The builders of this temple cut it professionally into the rock. Also, it consists of three floors. Around this temple, you will see all sorts of tombs and two temples. On the right-hand side, you will discover the temples of Thutmose III and Amenhopa Neb Hept Ra. Once again, the guide gives information and free time to investigate the place.
- Consequently, the program allows you to see how artisans prepared antiquated statues. The tourists undoubtedly get this idea in the factory alabaster.
- Before the end of the program in Western Luxor, you visit the Valley of the Queens. It is so great and exciting in this place! Pharaohs built tombs for their wives and sons in the Valley of the Queens.
Departure to Safaga
- Finally, our bus returns to Safaga after such a program in the glorious city of Luxor.
- This Excursion to Luxor with a visit to the Valley of the Queens from Safaga ends at approximately 21:00.
What Does the Price of Luxor & Valley of the Queens Excursion Safaga Include?
- Tickets for visiting temples.
- Also, Transfer to Luxor and back to the hotel.
What does the Valley of the Queens & Luxor Excursion Safaga program not include?
- Additional excursion programs.
- Also, Drinks.
Items to take with you for the trip
- Breakfast box.
- Also, put on suitable clothes for the season.
Booking Days of Valley of the Queens Luxor Trip from Safaga
- Daily from 05:00 – 20:00.
What can you Expect to see during the Luxor & Valley of the Queens Tour from Safaga?
Monuments on the eastern bank of the River Nile
It is the largest temple complex in the ancient world. Amazingly, it represents the achievement of many generations of ancient builders and pharaohs. Its old name is Ipet-isut, meaning “the most sacred of places”.
Unceasingly, this complex temple’s building lasted over two thousand years. It comprises three principal temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples on 247 acres of land. Within the great “Hypostyle Hall” haunt an incredible forest of giant pillars.
The Temple of Luxor remained the centre of the most important festival – the festival of Opet. Amenhotep III and Ramses II founded this majestic Luxor temple dedicated to the god Amun. This festival was to reconcile the human aspect of the ruler with the divine office.
Monuments on the western bank of the River Nile
In this Dolmen Valley, there is a preserved road along which workers of Deir el-Medina moved to the Valley of the Queens. Along this road, you will see a rocky temple built in honour of Ptah and Meretseger.
At El Deir El Bahary, Hatshepsut temple is an impressive temple dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut, the only female pharaoh. Impressively, it rises out in the desert with a series of terraces. It merges with the sheer limestone cliffs that surround it. It is one of the most beautiful & best preserved of all of the temples of Ancient Egypt.
the temple construction occurred in the last decade of Thutmose III’s reign. We can guess that it was around 1435-1425 BC. Most probably, the temple saw destruction by an earthquake. It happened at the beginning of the twenty-first dynasty. Many discoveries took place eventually. One of them was the fragments of walls covered with relief decoration.
Also, Colossi of Memnon
The significant remains of a vast mortuary temple are two massive mono-stone statues of King Amenhotep III.