- Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night
- Tour Location: Luxor
- Tour Availability: Every day
- Pickup & Drop Off: Your Hotel
- Tour Type: Private
Private 2 Days Trip from Hurghada to Luxor
On a two-day journey from Hurghada to Luxor, everyone will be able to witness the splendor and might of the ancient Egyptian deities. As they depart Hurghada’s tropical natural beauty and travel back in time to witness the famed Karnak Temple, Hatshepsut Temple, Valley of the Kings, and take in a unique Sound and Light Show at the Karnak temple complex, all of our clients will spend a full two days exploring the city of Luxor. All of our customers will experience the wonders of this ancient city and widen their eyes as they benefit from the best services offered by a knowledgeable Egyptologist tour guide and a private A/C car supplied by Egypt Fun Tours, the greatest travel agency in all of Egypt.
Luxor East Bank Attractions
Luxor West Bank Highlights
- Pick up service from your hotel in Hurghada and return.
- Qualified Egyptologist guide during the 2-day trips.
- Entrance fees to all the mentioned sights.
- Sound and Light Show.
- Boat trip in the Nile river.
- 2 Lunch meals during your tours.
- 1 accommodation at 5* Hotel in Luxor.
- 1 breakfast at 5* hotel.
- All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
- All service charges and taxes.
- Any extras not mentioned in the program.
Day One: Tour to Luxor East Bank
In the early morning, you will be picked up by our private tour guide by a private A.C car then head to Luxor and cast your eyes firstly on the tiptop Luxor tourist attractions such as:
Is where the heavens smile on this holy land, it was constructed 4000 years ago on 247 acres of land containing three main temples & several enclosed and outer temples. For more than 1500 years, it has been one of the biggest religious man-made constructions on earth and the worship center of the Theban triad of Amun, Mut, & Khnsou.
Then you will move to:
Luxor temple is a lunar flower from paradise constructed in 1400 BCE during the reign of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and was known as “Ipetresyet” which means the southern sanctuary and holds various festivals including the Opet festival, it was dedicated to the God Amun which symbolizes the rejuvenation of kingship.
Lunch will be served on an island which includes a boat trip then you will check in a 5*hotel. During the evening, you will have the chance to enjoy a tour of the Sound and Light Show At Karnak.
All the monuments are resurrected and the historical birth of the city of Thebes and the rise of the Karnak Temple are showcased in the highest light as all the colossal statues of the pharaohs will narrate the timeless history of this great nation and listen to the poetic description of the divine ancient Egyptian artifacts, treasures and everlasting legacy surrounding Karnak temple.
You will then head to the hotel for the overnight.
Overnight: Luxor Hotel
Day Two: Tour to Luxor West Bank
You will have your breakfast and check out from the hotel then you will be taken by a private air-conditioned vehicle accompanied by your private tour guide to explore Luxor west bank attractions such as:
Valley of the Kings
It’s known as the heavenly passage of the immortals which contains 63 tombs of rulers from the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties of Egypt’s new kingdom (1570-1070 BC) filled with enchanting treasures, artifacts, mesmerizing decorations, and the remains of pharaohs such as Rameses II, Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, and Tutankhamun. The Valley of the Kings earned the title of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.
Hatshepsut temple is like a beautiful lady from an ancient tale, it was dedicated to the creator god Amun and for immortalizing the great legacy of one of the most successful leaders of ancient Egypt Queen Hatshepsut. The design of the temple is brilliant as it is built in the style of Classical Architecture of the new kingdom on three levels with two wide ramps in a central position joining all the levels together.
Colossi of Memnon
They are two colossal warriors from the heavens made of blocks of quartzite sandstone standing at the height of 18 m (60ft) weighing 720 tons each resembling Pharaoh Amenhotep III(1386-1350) who moved 700 km from Cairo to Luxor, it was destroyed by a large earthquake in 27 BC but was reconstructed in 199 AD.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
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