luxor tours :tart your 8 days Hurghada, Luxor, and Aswan Nile Cruise and enjoy the magnificent sights in Hurghada and the beach. In Hurghada, there will be many activities such as snorkeling and dividing.
8 days Hurghada, Luxor, and Aswan Nile Cruise will take you to Luxor and Aswan and see the beautiful temples and monuments that have stayed for thousands of years.
Visiting Hurghada is the best way for you to have a good time and relax.
We'll meet you at the airport, greet you with a big grin, and whisk you away from the rush so you can complete your formalities swiftly. Then let's go to the hotel together!.
Even if he departs, our representative will leave his phone number so that if you need anything, you may contact him and he will take care of it right away.
Enjoy your time here; you're in for a pleasure.
It is a day to rest. You can rest and unwind by the pool or the sea. But we have optional excursions. If you are interested in doing stunning sea voyages or safari, our representative will propose you tours suited for your programme. If you want to book any journey to spend a good time there, our representative will be ready to satisfy your request.
Wow, what a beautiful breakfast in front of the sea waves. This is the breakfast in Hurghada.
Enjoy your breakfast before travelling to Luxor, where our representative will be waiting for you there.
When you arrive in Luxor, you will put your bags on a Nile cruise and begin your trip to the east bank of the Nile, where the temples are located.
Luxor and Karnak temples are situated in the east, and the Avenue of the Sphinx is the sacred road that connects them.
Karnak Temple is the world's largest temple complex, with four temples devoted to the sun god Amun.
The Great Temple is comprised of around ten huge edifices.
Following our visit to the great temple, we will take a tour of the sacred road, the way of the gods, which is the newly opened Avenue of the Sphinx, which links the temples of Karnak and Luxor.
Luxor Temple is the smallest of the two temples, but it is much more impressive. It was completely buried in sand, and a mosque was built on top of it, which still remains today and contains a section of the temple.
After a delicious breakfast, take an early morning ride with your guide and private driver to the west bank of the Nile, the place where the ancient Egyptians buried their kings and queens.
They thought the sun's setting was the meaning of death. That's the reason they built all their tombs on the west side of the Nile.
After the tombs, we will visit the temple of the most powerful woman in ancient Egypt, the queen Hatshepsut, the only woman who ruled Egypt.
While we are driving back, we will find two huge statues of Memnon, where we will stop to take memorable photos with the two gigantic.
We will return to the Nile Cruise at exactly noon to eat your lunch before the Nile Cruise departs to Esna.
Before visiting the tombs, you may experience an incredible balloon ride in the early morning, where you can enjoy a safe and quiet flight to view the dawn from above.
Inquire with your rep or the guide who is accompanying you about this excursion, which is not included in the schedule but may be arranged for you.
Breakfast on the Nile cruise has a distinct flavour since it is mixed with the aromas of the Nile and the temples, so savour it. We'll take a carriage to the Temple of Edfu, also known as the Temple of Horus, Egypt's second-largest temple after Karnak. This temple, which was also built under the Roman Empire, is Egypt's most complete temple. Goodness reigns supreme in Edfu Temple, a perfect reflection of the temple's name. Horus, Osiris' son, received the winged sun symbol and used it to overcome Set, the god of evil. This temple depicts and narrates the events of this tale in incredible detail.
The boat will land adjacent to the Kom Ombo temple for a stunning tour to the temple, which was built during the Roman Empire.
Today is Aswan Day, and Aswan is the land of gold. It is a city known for its people's friendliness and the beauty of its surroundings. Today we'll see the most magnificent sights in Aswan. The High Dam was Egypt's most significant structure in the twentieth century.
Because it was Egypt's primary source of energy production, it also conserved the Nile's flooded waters and built Lake Nasser, the world's biggest artificial lake.
After that, we'll travel together to the Philae temple, which is in the middle of the water, so we'll get there by motorboat to enjoy the river Nile, which is drifting to the Philae temple, which was rescued from flooding before the high dam was built.
On this last day of the Nile Cruise, you will return to Hurghada, where you will be able to relax and unwind after so many exciting experiences.
We'll take a train to Luxor, and then a vehicle to Hurghada from there.
At lunchtime when you arrive at the hotel, your room will be ready for you to relax.
Because you're leaving tomorrow, make the most of today.
The pictures you take on your vacation will serve as a lifelong reminder of how much fun you had.
For your international flight, we'll have a representative at the airport to make sure you catch your flight.
We won't say goodbye, but instead will say "see you soon" until we meet again.
If you had a good time, please tell your family and friends about us so they may have a good time too.
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