Dendera & Abydos temples from Luxor

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3232
10 Hours
Luxor
Dendara and Abydos
Max People : 40
Tour Details

Drive to the north of Luxor in an expedition to visit Dendera and abydos temples from luxor ; the temple of King Seti I which dedicated to god Osiris at Abydos and the beautiful temple of goddess Hathor at Dendera, goddess of Music and love

Departure & Return Location

From Luxor and back

Departure Time

Daily at the early morning

Price Includes

  • A professional egyptologist private guide to Dendera and Abydos temples from Luxor
  • Entrance tickets
  • All transportation in destination location with air conditioned vehicles
  • Lunch meal in a local restaurant
  • Bottled water

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Any Private Expenses
What to Expect

This journey to the north of Luxor to visit Dendera and abydos temples from luxor ; the temple of King Seti I which is dedicated to god Osiris at Abydos and the beautiful temple of goddess Hathor at Dendera, goddess of Music and love . The temple of Hathor is having the famous dendera zodiac and the oldest source  of power which is called Dendera light .

Itinerary

Day 1Luxor to Dendera and Abydos

At 6.00 am, Our guide will lead you by air conditioned vehicle towards Dendera Temple which is located about 50 KM north of Luxor and 4 KM from the Nile River. It was one of the principal cult centers of the goddess Hathor “Goddess of Maternity, Joy, Music, and love”, The Greeks identified goddess Hathor as Aphrodite. The site contains a large number of structures from different periods of Egyptian history, but most prominent today is the Greco-Roman Hathor temple, which was largely constructed between 54 and 29 BC. Visitors can wander the columned halls, underground chambers, and stairways of the intact building, which is covered with hieroglyphic inscriptions.
After that continue your journey further north towards Abydos one of the oldest cities of ancient Egypt which was the head of God Osiris “God of Underworld”. Abydos is notable for the memorial Temple of Seti I, which contains an inscription from the nineteenth dynasty known to the modern world as the Abydos King List. The temple was built by King Seti I and completed by his son King Ramses II.
Then you will be transferred back to Luxor town .

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