Private tour to Danderah and Abydos from Luxor



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This private Luxor tour offers a unique and enriching experience by combining visits to the Dendara and Abydos temples, which showcase a different aspect of ancient Egyptian history and religious beliefs. These sites provide insight into the worship of ancient deities and the mythological stories surrounding them.

**Tour Highlights:**

– **Meeting Your Egyptologist:** You’ll meet your knowledgeable Egyptologist guide, who will accompany you on this tour of Dendara and Abydos.

– **Dendara:** Begin your journey by traveling to Dendara, which is situated 85 kilometers north of Luxor. In Dendara, you will explore the Temple of Hathor, the goddess of beauty. This well-preserved temple features a massive stone roof, underground passages, and remarkable reliefs, including one of Queen Cleopatra IV and her son Caesarion.

– **Abydos:** After Dendara, your tour continues to Abydos, a city located 135 kilometers from Luxor. Here, you will visit the Abydos temple, known as the Temple of Seti I. It was constructed by King Seti I and completed by King Ramesses II. Abydos is believed to be the burial place of the god Osiris, the lord of the underworld. The temple’s walls are adorned with beautifully preserved paintings depicting gods and pharaohs.

– **Scenic Journey:** As you travel between these sites, you will pass through local villages and enjoy scenic views of the River Nile and the surrounding fields, providing a glimpse of everyday life in the region.

– **Return to Luxor:** After completing your tour of Dendara and Abydos, you will drive back to Luxor, where the tour concludes.

This private tour offers a fascinating opportunity to explore less-visited but historically significant ancient Egyptian temples and their associated myths. It provides a deeper understanding of Egypt’s religious and mythological traditions in a scenic and culturally rich setting.

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  • Pick up services from hotel & return
  • All transfers by a modern air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees
  • English speaking Egyptologist guide
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  • Tipping to Guide, Driver, etc

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The Egyptian Museum

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Ben Ezra Synagogue

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