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Day Tour to Luxor from Hurghada

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Day Tour to Luxor from Hurghada

 

“Leave the beach for a day and head to Luxor to see Egypt’s ‘open-air museum’. See Luxor Temple and Karnak on the east bank of the Nile, as well as Hatshepsut Temple and the Valley of the Kings on the west bank..

Plan tours to suit your own needs, enjoying the sights and atmosphere at your own pace  .Our excursions have been meticulously planned, and have been carefully refined and tweaked over the years, to give you a wonderful balance of cultural, historical and social experiences of the regions you visit.”
Included:
  • Tour to Karnak, Valley of the Kings & Hatshepsut Temple.
  • Shopping through famous Bazaars.
  • Service of professional tour guide.
  • Entrance fees to the sights.
  • Lunch at quality restaurant.
  • Pick up service from hotel and return.
  • Bottled water on board the vehicle
  • Assistance of our personnel during tours.
  • All transfers by air-conditioned Vehicle.
  • All services charges and taxes included.
Excluded:
  • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entry visa to Egypt.
  • Tipping.
 

You will be picked up from your hotel in Hurghada and drive to Luxor by air-conditioned deluxe vehicle to visit the famous Karnak Temple the largest place of worship that was ever built. Its ancient name Ipet-isut means “the most sacred of places.” The temple, or, more correctly, the complex of temples, was built more than two thousand years ago by generation after generation of pharaohs. Within the complex, the great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars. You will enjoy your Lunch on the way at a local restaurant in Luxor, then you will be visiting the West Bank of the river Nile to visit the two colossal statues of Amenhotep III (Colossi of Memnon), and then you will visit the Valley of the Kings, where the magnificent tombs discovered, those tombs were carved deep into the desert rock, richly decorated and filled with treasures for the afterlife of the pharaohs, you will visit 3 tombs. Later on you will visit the Hatshepsut Temple at El Deir El Bahary, this impressive temple dedicated to the Queen Hatshepsut the only female pharaoh rises out of the desert plain in a series of terraces. Then you will have the chance to enjoy some Free time at leisure in Luxor and then you will be driven back to your hotel in Hurghada.

 

 

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    • Tour and Prices
      Tour price currency is set to USD but you can pay in Euro or British pound.The prices quoted per person per tour all inclusive and prices are always updated to ensure you receive the lowest price possible. Once your tour is confirmed we guarantee the price will not be changed.
    • Children Policy
      0 – 05.99 Free of Charge
      6 – 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
      12+ pay full tour price as per adult person
      If your tour includes airfare then an extra charge for child rate may apply.
    • Deposit and Payment
      A full payment will be required when confirming your booking as requested and can be paid by credit or debit card (Visa / MasterCard) via Verisign Secured payment system on our website.
    • Tour Voucher
      After your tour is confirmed we will email final confirmation and voucher to print and bring with you. Details will include contact numbers of your tour operator and customer care and additional information for your convenience.
  • Cancellation Policy
    Egypt Local Guide does not charge a cancellation fee for tours and excursions cancelled for ‘force majeure’ reasons such as volcanoes, earthquakes, or reasons beyond control. If cancellation happens due to personal or business reasons and  has already incurred costs on your behalf, these costs will be transferred to you.

 

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It is advisable to have an Egyptian representative to explain the major points  .

– Do not be surprised if, at some point, voices are raised; it is not an argument, but just the way Egyptians discuss matters.

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