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Abydos temple excursion from Luxor
Tour to Seti I temple at Abydos

Tour Itinerary

Time Activity
04:00 am
04:15 am
08:00 am
08:30 am
09:00 am
10:30 am
11:30 am
13:00 pm
14:00 pm
16:30 pm
17:30 pm
20:00 pm
21:00 pm
Pick up in the early morning from your Hurghada hotel.
Transfer to Luxor.
Meet in Luxor with our guide and transfer to the West bank.
Visit to Memnon Colossus.
Queen Hatshepsut temple exploration.
The Valley of the Kings: visit 3 different tombs opened to public.
Optional visit to King Tutankhamon real or fake tomb is available.
Lunch in a local restaurant.
Visit to huge Karnak temples.
Visit to local bazaars
Optional visit to Luxor temple in the evening.
Optional Sound and Light show at Karnak temple.
Transfer to Luxor train station to catch night sleeping train to Cairo.
06:00 am
07:00 am
08:30 am
09:00 am
11:00 am
12:00 pm
12:30 pm
13:00 pm
14:00 pm
18:00 pm
20:00 pm
21:00 pm
In the early morning our guide will meet you at Giza train station.
Breakfast can be arranged upon request.
Transfer to the Pyramids of Giza.
Visit of the pyramids, Sphinx, Workers tombs and the area.
Optionally enter any of the 3 pyramids which will be open to public.
Papyrus fabric, perfume palace or cotton shop.
Optional Nile boat ride.
Lunch in a local restaurant.
Visit to the National Egyptian Museum.
Transfer to Cairo airport to catch your flight to Hurghada
Flight to Hurghada
Pick up at the airport upon arrival and transfer to your hotel.
  • Tour includes
  • Pick up and drop off from your Luxor hotel
  • Transfer to Abydos
  • Entrance fee to the sight
  • English speaking guide
    • Tour excludes
  • Lunch and drinks
    • What to take with you
  • Bottle of water
  • Extra cash
  • Snacks
  • Abydos temple excursion from Luxor


    The most visited temples in Abydos are those that were built in the New Kingdom by Seti I and Ramses II. The temple of Seti I is decorated with some of the best relief sculptures of any age that can be found in the Nile Valley. And the reliefs of the nearby temple of Ramses II are so finely carved that they suggest that the temple was built at the beginning of his reign and was decorated by the same artists who worked under his father, Seti I.

    The temple of Ramses II is well preserved; it was once one of the most beautiful temple in the Nile Valley. Some of the blocks of the temple were reused during the last century, and therefore only the lower part of the walls and the base of the columns remained. The temple was built from fine-grained white limestone, black granite, pink granite, red and brown sandstone, and flawless alabaster. Unfortunately, the entrance pylon and the first yard were destroyed. Although not in very good condition, the surviving battle scenes outside the temple can be found on the east side of the north tower and the west wall.


    Date: 2018-11-01
    Updated: 2019-04-04
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