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Accessible Tour to Luxor from Safaga

Our wheelchair accessible day tour in Luxor are specially designed for travelers with wheelchairs, slow walkers, their families and their friends. We have hand-picked our wheelchair accessible sites the most barrier free day tour experience possible.
Sightseeing during your wheelchair accessible tour is with our experienced, locally trained guides who work effortless as your ambassador of access at all of the amazing sights and shrines you will visit in incredible Luxor.

Representative will pick you up from Safaga Port by the cruise exit door. After that you will be transferred by a modern air-conditioned vehicle to Luxor, approximately 3 hours far from Safaga. Then proceed to the famous Karnak Temples; the largest place of worship ever built and the greatest example of worship in history. It was constructed from the beginning of the Middle Kingdom to the Greco Roman Kingdom. Within the complex, the great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars. Lunch at local restauran…

Tour Luxor From Safaga Port - Egypt Shore Excursions

Tour #Luxor from #Safaga Port 
For guests wanting a general orientation, history, time for shopping and exploring on their own, or even an optional visit to the Tutankhamun Tomb , this is the perfect exclusive Luxor tour for you or your group, offering more time in the city than cruise line tours.
The coach journey may take about 3½ hours, but is well worth it for the extraordinary sights awaiting you. On the east bank of the Nile., see the amazing Temples of Karnak with its avenue of the Sphinxes. Cross the Nile to the Valley of the Kings, an insulated canyon which has several royal tombs, included the famed tomb of Tutankhamun. Continue a short distance to the Temple of Hatshepsut, a spectacular mortuary temple carved out of solid rock at the base of a high limestone cliff. Finish your tour by calling at the breathtaking Clossi of Memnon, two huge stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. Head back to your cruise ship knowing you have just witnessed some of the most remarkable antiquiti…