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This is why you want to come to Egypt. Of all we saw I would rate this attraction # 2 of all the temples. It is very hot, hotter than I figured so dress right and keep hydrated. This place is colossal in size with...More
The majestic temple and the massive ornate pillars are worth going around. One needs a day at least to see the details and understand the astonishing history behind such beautiful place. Need to visit early in the day to avoid heat.
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
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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!