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All reviews sound and light show hypostyle hall sacred lake huge columns sheer size awe inspiring open air museum take your time ancient egyptians mind blowing early in the morning visit luxor egyptian history nile cruise karnak temple site
I went this year with my father but I have previously been with my husband and my children at different times have all been to the sound & lights at Karnak though I have to say my youngest was only around 22mths & apart from...More
When I entered the temple i felt goosebumps...The area is truly mystical...One of the best things i have ever seen...Prefer very early in the morning (around 7 am) because the light is majestic through the columns...The only problem the Egyptian guards that talk to you...More
Well worth the price of admission. It is a stunning temple with an vast amount of artwork to view!
We took a carriage ride out to it, as it’s a bit far to walk from the ferry. Don’t bother having a driver wait for you,...More
For us it is the only place worth to be visited in louxor city.
You should go to theses temples with a guide to get some informations of not it is just a place full of rocks with hieroglyphs and status. 😊
when we arrived there is very little fuss from the locals which is great, once you get in and see for yourself the great structures it just blows your mind, I would recommend a visit here to everyone, it moves you to walk around knowing...More
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Hi Stacey. Yes, it will be possible to access the Karnak Temple with with a stroller, but please be advised it's a cobblestone pavement, so not so even by the most part. When I was there, I've seen wheel-chairs being used... More
Hi Stacey. Yes, it will be possible to access the Karnak Temple with with a stroller, but please be advised it's a cobblestone pavement, so not so even by the most part. When I was there, I've seen wheel-chairs being used, so should be fine for a push-chair too, I guess. I won't advise carry on the little ones - the distances in Egypt are vast - we walked 10km straight on an "average" full-day tour! Just make sure to use sunscreen and hats as the shade is sparse over there - after all, you're somewhat in the desert!