Luxor Karnak Temple Excursion Reviews

Regarded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, much of the hand carved work still resonates on the temple walls, columns, and statues even after 4000 years. It is a truly enthralling experience you will not want to miss!
You can spend the entire day at this Temple and not see it all.
Sail Date: March 2019
You can spend the entire day at this Temple and not see it all.
You can spend the entire day at this Temple and not see it all. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection
Upon landing we immediately boarded a bus and drove into Luxor for a visit to the Karnack Temple, a ...
Sail Date: December 2017
Upon landing we immediately boarded a bus and drove into Luxor for a visit to the Karnack Temple, a 250-acre complex dedicated to Amun. The impressive Temple Hall with 134 columns is the world’s largest columnar structure.
Upon landing we immediately boarded a bus and drove into Luxor for a visit to the Karnack Temple, a 250-acre complex dedicated to Amun. The impressive Temple Hall with 134 columns is the world’s largest columnar structure. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection
Karnak temple.
Sail Date: October 2014
Karnak temple. It is hard to describe seeing the giant columns first hand. The carvings and pictures that are still very visible after 4,000 years is unbelievable. Some of the colors are still vivid. The size of the statutes are over ... Read More
Karnak temple. It is hard to describe seeing the giant columns first hand. The carvings and pictures that are still very visible after 4,000 years is unbelievable. Some of the colors are still vivid. The size of the statutes are over powering, which was the obvious intention. It was quite warm, but worth the discomfort. Read Less
Shore Excursion Provider: Viking River Cruises