Marsa Alam-Luxor-Marsa Alam
Starts From 125.00$
An early drive to the capital of ancient Egypt, Luxor, to visit upon arrival
The holly shrine of ancient Egypt, the temple of all temples, dedicated to God Amon. Karnak temple is one of the world's largest temples as it covers 320 acres and it took the ancient Egyptian about 2000 years to build. Hold your breath when you see there the Hypostyle Hall.
Lunch will be served in a local restaurant.
- Valley of the Kings
Valley of the Kings is the royal cemetery of the New Kingdom, so you will visit and the see three the tombs of some of ancient Egypt greatest kings and of course the tomb of king Tut Ankh-Amon if you would like to.
-Al-Deir Al-Bahari Temple
The only temple of ancient Egypt built in 3 levels. This unique temple was built by the glorious queen Hatshipsut in 1400 BC, where you can see and enjoy the interesting details of Punt expedition. Drive back to Marsa Alam