Sharm Station Travel invites you to go back in history, and discover the oldest civilization known to mankindwith an exploratory one-day tour from Sharm El Sheikh to Luxor in southern Egypt.
A day trip to Luxor will give you the opportunity to witness the ancient Pharaonic civilization, setting off on a unique and unforgettable tour through the Luxor Open-air Egyptian Museum, continuing on to the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, up to the statues of Memnon and King Amenhotep III, and the Karnak temple complex, accompanied by your private Guide, who specializes in Egyptology
Early in the morning, our agency’s driver will pick you up from your hotel in an air-conditioned car, and take you to the airport with a drive of about 25 to 35 minutes.
You will be boarded on the plane to Luxor, for a flight lasting about 50 minutes.
Upon arrival at the airport, you will be met by our qualified Egyptologist Guide, who will accompany you throughout the tour.
The sightseeing tour begins in the western part of the city, or as it was called in the past, the city of the dead, which is considered by ancient Egyptian Pharaonic civilization to be the gateway to the other world.
You will visit the Valley of the Kings, which consists of two parts.
The Eastern valley, on which most of the royal tombs and monuments were built.
The Western valley, which contains the Valley of the Kings. This is one of the most famous archaeological sites in Egyptian and world history, as it contains 62 royal tombs of kings of the 18th Dynasty. Each burial chamber tells stories of the life of the Pharaoh and the royal family, with a style and architecture that create a feeling of peace and mystery.
The tour program includes access to 3 tombs, but if you wish to visit more, it will be possible for an additional fee.
We continue with a visit to a typical factory of vases and statues of kings made of alabaster (alabaster), an art handed down from generation to generation by our ancient Egyptian ancestors and which continues to this day.Artifacts of alabaster, basalt and limestone forged by new generations, who can with ease learn “the sense of beauty” without stress. Buying a few gifts for yourself or friends ensures a unique and special memory.
We will then move on to the temple of Queen Hatshepsut, built in 1473 – 1458 BC on the west bank of Luxor. Discovered in a disastrous condition in the mid-19th century, the temple was later restored, and opened to the public.
Next we will reach The Colossi of Memnon consisting of two statues, whose height is 12.90 meters, each a single block of sandstone. The last two memorial remains of King Amenhotep III, one of the kings of the 18th Dynasty, visible at this site also known as the Colossus.
After an experience full of excitement and wonder, to rest and relax, we will pause to enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant
The last site on our itinerary will be represented by a visit to the temple complex, better known internationally as the Temple of Karnak,dedicated to the worship of the god Amun-Ra.
The Karnak Temple is the largest, most important and most famous of the Egyptian temples, and was formerly called “Ipt Sot,” meaning the chosen place.
The Karnak group, includes more than 20 temples built by the kings of ancient Egypt during the three dynasties, Ancient, Middle and Modern, as well as at the beginning of the Ptolemaic era
At the end of the visit, an hour will allow for shopping and souvenir buying at the Papyrus Museum. The word papyrus refers to the written medium that the ancient Egyptians invented for writing and annotating information, through which many secrets were revealed, some of which are still preserved today.
These items you will take home will fuel, along with the photos taken, your memories for this ancient culture, and for the exciting adventure you experienced.
Your Guide will follow you to Luxor airport for your flight back to Sharm.
Pricing Policy for Adults Above 11 Years Old.
|Single Adult||2 : 4 Adults||5 : 7 Adults||8+ Adults|
|450 EUR / Person||370 EUR / Person||350 EUR / Person||320 EUR / Person|
Prices for Kids.
|0 : 3 Years Old (Infants)||4 : 11 Years Old (Infants)|
|225 EUR / Child||185 EUR / Child|