Visit two of the most important historical sites in Egypt, the Karnak Temple Complex and the Luxor Temple. See the huge statues of Ramses the Great, view the Sacred Lake, and walk through the temples just as the ancient priests would.
• Transfer / guide in private air-conditioned vehicle with Professional driver
• Get inside tips from a local.
• Perfect introduction for first-time visitors.
• Guarantee your safety during your trip (24/7).
Pick Up service from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh & return.
Transfer in private air-conditioned vehicle with Professional driver as mentioned on itinerary.
Lunch in local restaurant.
All sightseeing that mentioned in the itinerary.
Private English-Speaking Tour guide (other languages are available upon request).
For your safety: trip under authorization of the Egyptian Government.
All taxes & service charge.
Optional and extra activities.
Any meal not mentioned on itinerary, Beverages and any personal spend.
Tips are not compulsory and are left at your own appreciation.
Your tour guide will pick up from your hotel by A\C vehicle to transfer to your first stop “the Luxor Temple”.This classic Egyptian temple is dedicated to several gods: Amun, Mut, and Chons. Walk through its immense courtyard walled with stunning, hieroglyph-engraved walls and see the huge granite statues of Ramses the Great.
After that you will discover “Karnak Temple Complex”. This history-packed area is actually a series of temples, chapels, and other buildings. These structures, built by different pharaohs during different years, are mostly in ruins. Beginning at the Avenue of Sphinxes, you will have the opportunity to visit the Unfinished Propylon, the Hypostyle Hall with its 134 gigantic columns, the Obelisks of Queen Hatchepsut and Tutomosis III, the temple of Amun adorned with lotus and papyrus designs, and the Granite Scarab of Amenophis III.
While at the Karnak Temple Complex, take the chance to visit the Sacred Lake. This manmade lake is the largest temple lake in Egypt and used for purification. Also, be sure to explore the hieroglyphs and reliefs carved in the temple walls and ask if you have any questions about the gods or what the pictures represent.
At the end of your day tour, you will be returned to you hotel.