luxor and soma bay

Around

£1350

p.p.

This is a suggested tour itinerary. Call and speak to one for our egypt travel experts for a tailor made tour specific to your requirements on ++44 (0) 1273 921 001

Price includes

- accommodation based on 2 people sharing on Half Board
- private 3.5-hour transfer from Soma Bay to Luxor
- private guided tours in Luxur
    Based on
Minimum 2 passengers (or single supplement will apply).

Days 1 - 7

Soma Bay

5* Palm Royale Soma Bay, Soma Bay

Half Board

The hotel creates, with its surroundings made by hundreds of palm trees, an idyllic beachfront retreat. Golden sand, turquoise waters and the twin bays form the backdrop for a great spot for snorkelling and other water sports activities.  
 
Here you can relax on the beach, or get out onto or under the water immediately. There is a Windsurf, Wing Foil, Kitesurf and Scuba Diving centre at the Palm Royale and has ideal conditions for all levels, from beginner to the more advanced.
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Days 8 - 11

Luxor: Valley of the Kings

5* Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor, Luxor

Bed & Breakfast

After an early breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel in Soma Bay and driven through the desert to Luxor aiming to arrive around the middle. Transfer time is around 3.5 hours.  You will have this afternoon at leisure to explore Luxor town, and the Nile.

Valley of the King tour - Today you will be accompanied by an Egyptologist and guided through the fantastic Valley of the Kings. The valley is to the north of Hatshepsut's Deir El-Bahari temple. Here, kings from 18th to 20th dynasties cut their tombs in the limestone cliffs. That was a long time after their ancestors abandoned the pyramid-shaped tomb. The newly shaped tombs were more secure and deceived the tomb robbers although sadly, almost all tombs were robbed and stripped of their treasures.

Karnak and Luxor Temples tour - After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and accompanied again by our Egyptologist. Today, you will visit Karnak & the Luxor temples called Ipet-resit, or ‘Private Chambers to the South (of Amun)’. The temple of Luxor, some 260m (850 ft) long, was built by Amenophis III on the foundations of a previous religious structure, dating from the time of Queen Hatshepsut.

 
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