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Luxor Day Trip From El Gouna by Bus | Best Egypt El Gouna Tours
Luxor Day Trip From El Gouna Egypt by Bus | Booking Cheap Prices El Gouna Excursions by Bus to Valley of The Kings Egypt, Karnak temple, Hatshepsut temple, Colossi of Memnon.
El Gouna Excursions provide a budget trip to Luxor from El Gouna hotels. Discover top Luxor tourist attractions and Luxor history with a group multilingual.
Booking cheap prices El Gouna excursions by bus are the best way to visit some of the Pharaonic temples and Pharaonic Tombs. Luxor day trip from El Gouna Egypt by bus begins with a transfer from El Gouna hotel to the bus.
The distance between El Gouna Luxor takes around 5 hours of driving with a coffee break on the way. You will start your day with the Karnak temple on the Luxor East Bank of the Nile. Karnak temple is the largest religious building ever constructed for the Triad of Luxor Amun, Mut, and Khonsu.
Definitely, there are a lot of things to see in Karnak such as Hatshepsut Obelisk, Sacred Lake, Mut temple, and Ptah temple. Above all, one of the sources of Egyptian History, Karnak Canyon (Karnak Kings List). Later on, you will enjoy a freshly cooked lunch in a local restaurant with a Nile view before you move to Luxor West Bank.
Explore the history of the Egyptian Pharaohs and the Pharaonic tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Thus, you can enter Tomb of Tutankhamun and Tomb of Merenptah KV8, The Tomb of Rameses III KV11, and Seti I tomb KV17.
Best Egypt Tours continues to the Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut (Deir El Bahari). By all means, you can see some of the best Pharaonic reliefs and Pharaonic inscriptions. Admire the beautiful reliefs in Anubis Chapel, Hathor Chapel, and the Holly of the Hollies.
Your full-day tour from El Gouna to Luxor will come to end in front of the Memnon Colossi for Egyptian Pharaoh king Amenhotep III. Book the Best Egypt Tours with us and enjoy the cheapest prices El Gouna Excursions with Egypt Palma Tours.
Early pick up from your hotel At El Gouna to Luxor by a big bus. you will have a short stop on the way to use the WC, eat your breakfast, or have a drink.
Karnak temple, also the temple of Amun is the largest religious temple in the world. Karnak is a complex of Pylons, Obelisks, Chapels, columns, statues, Sacred lakes, and sanctuaries dedicated to the triad of Luxor Amon, his consort Mut and their son Khonsu. Karnak temple is famous for the vast Hypostyle Hall, the Earth ramp on which they built the pylon. Karnak is considered an invaluable historical site and resource of information about the evolution of ancient Egypt. Listen from your guide the stories behind each part of the temple and how it was saved between 2001-2003 with a long-term conservation treatment plan. Most of the New Kingdom kings added parts to the Karnak temple-like Tuthmosis III, Ramses II, Seti I, Hatshepsut, Amenhotep III, and Akhenaton.
Enjoy your lunch in a local Egyptian restaurant
Hatshepsut temple is a unique mortuary temple located on the West bank of the River Nile and it is one of the most beautiful sites on the west bank of the Nile. One of the most impressive sites in Luxor and was modeled after another temple 500 years earlier temple for Mentuhotep II, founder of the Middle Kingdom. Hatshepsut was the only female monarch to rule for every long term for almost 23 years and she was the daughter of King Thutmose I, the half-sister and wife of Thutmose II, and stepmother of Thutmose III. Hatshepsut temple was designed into the cliff and it consists of 3 terraces connected with two ramps. Here you can see some of the most important stories on this temple like the divine birth of the queen, Punt expedition, Hathor chapel, and Anubis chapel.
Valley of the kings is the greatest, most popular, and most visited place on the West bank of the River Nile. Valley of the kings painted tombs allow visitors a glimpse at the magical formula and the death rituals of ancient Egypt. Most of the New Kingdom Pharaohs (62 Pharaohs) were buried in rock-cut tombs in the valley of the kings. Valley of the kings is one of the MUST GO destinations in Egypt as it is the burial site for the boy king, Tutankhamun. Visit 3 tombs and admire some of the ancient sarcophagus, paintings, and stories of the UNESCO world heritage site since 1997.
The Colossi of Memnon are the second-highest statues in Egypt after those of Abu Simbel. Once those statues were decorating the entrance of the biggest mortuary temple on the west bank of the Nile for king Amenhotep III. The statues depicting Amenhotep III as a seated king on the throne with the royal symbols above his head with small figures of his mother and wife beside his legs.
At the end of your Luxor tour from El Gouna by bus budget tour, you will start your way back to your hotel in Hurghada with a 15 minutes coffee break on the way.