After breakfast at the hotel, you can start. We pick you up from there for our trip with an air-conditioned vehicle. Our first leg starts on the West Bank with the Valley of the Kings, where you will have the opportunity to visit some of the over 60 tombs in peace.
Here are among a large number of graves the resting place of King Thutmose I, Thutmosis III, Tut-Ankh-Amon, King Ramses VI, King Merenptah and Amenhotep II In each of the graves you can find on the walls of the history of the respective Retold era in the hieroglyphics obtained from thousands of years ago.
The next stage takes you to the palace of Queen Hatshepsut. Via terraced steps, you will reach the actual temple, which is perched at the back by rocks clinging high above the whole valley. Hatshepsut, the only female pharaoh with a reign of over 20 years throughout Egypt, had a protected regency from here, with views across the vast Nile Plain.
Before we stop for a typical Egyptian lunch, we head to the Memnon colossi, who are waiting at the entrance to the mortuary temple.
Back to the eastern shore, we drive you to the Karnak temple complex. As you walk through this vast temple complex, like many visitors before you will wonder how it was possible at the time of construction to create this enormous, monumental height of the temple’s pillars. The temple is the largest temple complex in Egypt with its 3 main temples and around 29 enclosed small temples. Unlike the Luxor Temple, we are here at a sacred site of the ancient gods.
With a visit to the Luxor Temple, formerly connected by an avenue to the Karnak Temple, we will show you the temple by hosting the coronation ceremonies of the Pharaohs. It is located on the banks of the Nile on the edge of a beautiful promenade.
After these impressions, we accompany you to your hotel and wish you a nice stay in Egypt.
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