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Tour privado: excursión de un día a Luxor desde Hurghada, que incluye el Valle de los Reyes, el Templo de Hatshepsut y el Templo de Karnak

Mar Rojo y Sinaí, Egipto

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14 horas (aprox.)
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Su viaje privado de un día a Luxor desde Hurghada con parada en Valley of the Kings incluye transporte privado en minivan con aire acondicionado, un guía experto y mucha historia y diversión. Aprende sobre los tesoros arqueológicos de esta famosa ciudad y aventúrate en las antiguas tumbas con tu propio egiptólogo. Haga paradas en el Valle de los Reyes, Colosos de Memnon, Templo de Karnak y Templo de Hatshepsut. Luego, viaje al Nilo en un "felucca" (barco de vela), donde disfrutará del almuerzo en una isla tranquila. No hay mejor manera de conocer y experimentar la maravilla de Luxor que en esta excursión privada.
  • Excursión privada de un día a Luxor desde Hurghada con un egiptólogo calificado
  • Viaje a Luxor y visite las tumbas reales en el Valle de los Reyes.
  • Maravíllate ante las columnas y cámaras del templo de Karnak
  • Ver el templo de Hatshepsut y los colosos gigantes de Memnon
  • Disfruta de un viaje en faluca por el río Nilo y almuerza en una isla del Nilo
  • Aprende sobre las ciudades, templos y faraones del antiguo Egipto con tu guía experto
  • Recibe la atención personalizada de tu guía en este tour privado.
Su tour privado de Luxor comienza con una recogida temprano por la mañana en su hotel de Hurghada. Disfrute de la comodidad con aire acondicionado mientras recorre el desierto en su minivan privada en un viaje de 3.5 horas a Luxorr. Su experto egiptólogo compartirá historias e información sobre la famosa ciudad, que ocupa el antiguo emplazamiento de Tebas, la antigua capital del Nuevo Reino de Egipto. Visita la orilla este del río Nilo y obtén una vista épica del Valle de los Reyes.
Su guía local lo llevará a través de las 63 tumbas reales del Reino que datan del siglo II aC y le ofrecerá detalles sobre por qué se construyeron las tumbas. Explora tres de estos por tu cuenta (no se permiten guías). Compre un boleto para la tumba de Tutankamón si el tiempo lo permite y obtenga una comprensión más profunda de una de las tumbas más icónicas de Egipto.
Únete a tu guía y dirígete al Templo de Hatshepsut, una estructura de aspecto moderno. Explora los patios y terrazas mientras aprendes sobre la reina más grande de Egipto. Haga una parada en el Colossi of Memnon para tomar algunas fotos y luego diríjase a una tranquila isla del Nilo para disfrutar de un tradicional almuerzo egipcio.
Con los vientres llenos, diríjase al Templo de Karnak, que se construyó en 2055 a. Sus tres templos interiores están dedicados a Amun, Khonsu y Mut, dioses de los que su guía compartirá más información. Después de explorar la cabeza del templo hacia la Avenida de las Esfinges y visitar el Gran Salón Hipóstilo, conocido por sus 134 columnas masivas. Contempla la belleza del lago sagrado hecho por el hombre mientras escuchas a tu guía explicar el significado de la historia y la arquitectura que te rodea.
Su viaje privado de un día a Luxor desde Hurghada incluye un viaje de 30 minutos en una faluca (velero) a lo largo del río Nilo. Una vez que se complete el viaje, se dirigirá a Hurghada en la comodidad de su vehículo privado con aire acondicionado y regresará a su hotel para pasar la noche.

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A great day!
, ene 2019
This was a long day trip from Hurghada but well worth it. Guide (Mohammed) was excellant and gave us just the right level of information at each of the places we visited. We also had some time to explore on our own. The lunch and setting was lovely and we enjoyed the boat trip on the Nile. The guide also took some pictures for us so we had some photos with us both in. We felt safe at all times during the trip and were escorted through all the bazaars so didn't feel pressured at all. Unfortunatley the car we were in had a mechanical fault which meant the day was much longer than planned however we were well looked after and the tour provider compensated us for this on our return. December was a great time to do this excursion as the weather was not to hot and the sights were not busy.
Valley of the king's
, dic 2018
Not to be missed, our tour guide was very knowledgeable and spoke good English and explained everything in great detail, also our driver was very friendly and made the long trip most enjoyable. All in all a great experience
Summary: A great trip with a very...
Nick E
, abr 2018
Summary: A great trip with a very knowledgable guide, be aware it's a very long day with long travel times 4 hours of quite scary driving each way - although we took our 11 and 5 year olds they really struggled towards the end with the travelling and the heat much hotter than Hurghada, to the point we decided to skip the trip on the Nile as it would have been too much for them. Food was excellent but limited choice chicken, beef or fish so be aware if you have fussy eaters! Worst features are the toilets - not particularly clean and you had to pay 2 each at Karnak as well as pushy bazaars at the entrance to each temple. Would we recommend the trip - definitely but you must accept the toilet facilities are generally poor and you will have to pay it's hot I mean really hot and you will spend a good 8-9 hours driving! We were picked on time at our hotel in a modern clean minivan with a friendly driver who spoke some english. The journey to Luxor was initially very smooth on well paved modern roads through the desert/mountains with fantastic views. There are however a number of security checkpoints complete with armed guards to break up the flow. Traffic laws in Egypt are 'interesting' with lane discipline clearly optional so it's quite an 'exciting' journey! We stopped after about 1.5hrs at a small coffee shop with a few market stalls attached, there were reasonable toilets tipping clearly expected to use them and the ability to buy snacks/drinks at fairly reasonable prices. This stop lasted abut 30mins and there were a number of other minivans and coaches arriving during the time we were there. The journey then continues in a similar vein until you reach the first city Qena where the roads become more congested and the standard of driving more questionable with donkeys, carts, pedestrians, cars, lorries and coaches all involved in a battle for the fastest route! The area is a stark contrast to the resorts of Hurghada with the poverty of the area becoming more apparent. Travelling into Luxor we picked up Abdul Ahmed our guide and headed to the Valley of the kings. The first thing we found out was to stick with the guide through the Bazaar you had to walk through on entry and exit of the valley. This was an amazing experience but due to a break down in communications we left cameras on the bus as instructed however, you could buy a photography license for 300LE to allow photography. The tombs were spectacular, 3 are included in the trip and you can pay to enter more including Tutankhamun's we decided not to pay the extra as each tomb was similar with little left inside apart from the decorations. The facilities at the Valley of the kings were barely acceptable and once again a tip was required to use them. The next stop was at one of the many Alabaster factories close to the valley of the kings, we were given a demonstration of how the products were made before being given soft drinks inside the shop and the ability to use the SPOTLESS toilets. Be careful in the shop as there are no prices given until you have selected any goods and let me assure you while they were amazing they were not cheap. It's worth noting this stop was not in the itinerary and was a way to try to get you to purchase from the shop, personally we didn't mind the intrusion and the shop staff were friendly and polite without being pushy but we did buy a fair amount of products so be aware it may be different if you don't! Next we headed to the Temple of Hatshepsut again an amazing spectacle but with dubious facilities again a cost to use the toilets and my god was it hot! The same Bazaar was evident on the entrance/exit and you were pestered despite the best efforts of our guide to deflect the sellers. It was at this point we found out that the Island restaurant did not have chicken so we opted for the in town option as the kids were more likely to eat! Lunch was good with an Egyptian Mezze, soup and grilled chicken on the menu, food was well prepared and very tasty and the restaurant itself clean and tidy. Next up is Karnak which was probably our favourite part of the trip with an amazing temple and history. At this point however we decided to cancel the boat trip on the Nile it appeared we were due a motorboat trip not a Felluca. Throughout our guide was knowledgeable and informative if possibly slightly too detailed for the children and was helpful in catering for our needs as a group. The trip home was similar to the trip out but is anything even faster and under cover of darkness - which I'm not sure if it made it more or less scary!
Fantastic tour - seeing 3 of the...
Rowen Z
, abr 2018
Fantastic tour - seeing 3 of the tombs at the Valley of the Kings as well as Hatshepsut Temple but the absolute highlight was Karnak Temple - just unfortunate we couldn't spend longer at Karnak. Our guide, Mohammad, was fantastic, so knowledgeable and great at answering all of our questions, even from the kids. Food for lunch was average. The only drawback was the driving - our drivers travelled at 130km/hr for much of the trip and tailgated so much and also used their mobile phones while driving - certainly didn't feel safe - and they didn't really adjust when we asked them to slow down and not follow so closely.
Absolutely fantastic tour...
Ian T
, sep 2016
Absolutely fantastic tour, unbelievable spectacles throughout the day, tour guide Mohammed was brilliant, very knowledgable and always kept on advising us to ensure we took on enough water as there is obviously very little shade at the valley and at Hatshepsut Temple. If you are going to Egypt you simply MUST take this tour. You do not see history like this lying on a sun bed by the side of a hotel pool. We cannot recommend this trip enough.
Good value, excellent guide who...
, jul 2016
Good value, excellent guide who looked after us completely and very informative knew his stuff , food was fab plenty of options with a roof top view of the Nile. The sights are a must see but be aware no photos allowed at The Valley of The Kings. June review take plenty of water.

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