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Safaga Karnak Temple Excursion Reviews

Safaga Karnak Temple cruise excursion
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The Karnak Temple is the largest place of worship ever built, containing many ancient temples and statues. Explore the Precinct of Amun-Re, and learn about the history of the Amarna heresy.
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1 review
Apr 2015
This is a very large temple. Bigger then Luxor actually, which was a surprise. There is a light show in the evening, which is worth the entertainment factor. The condition of the Temple was really good considering it over 5000 years old.
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Provider: Windstar Cruises
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3 reviews
Feb 2013
Collected us from ship exit. Excellent driver and knowledgeable guide with excellent English. Provided lots of background history on journey in air-conditioned mini-bus. Far better than going on cruise company's bus and no more expensive.
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Provider: Ramses Travel
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1 review
Jan 2013
This temple is amazing and deserves more time. We were not allowed enough time to fully appreciate what we were seeing. (1 1/2 hours) Would strongly recommend people see this site - but do it from a Nile Cruise not from Safaga
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Provider: Cunard Line
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3 reviews
Mar 2012
The road of the sphinx, the hypostyle hall, and the giant scarab at the temple of Karnak are all famous - what surprised me was the number of columns that still maintain some of the colors in which they were originally painted. This place is huge and deserves a lot more time than we were able to give it. Our tour guide, George, and our driver, Hammada, were great. Hammada taught me three words, I can now count 4, 5, & 6, in Arabic (not that I'll ever need to, but I can).
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Provider: Rhamses

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