Luxor day tour from Hurghada:
We professionalize to offer the best day tours in Egypt covering a wide scope of destinations, historical sites, activities, and much fun, Luxor day tour from Hurghada one of these day tours.
We deal with the most skillful tour operators and long experience tour guides offering our guests the best day tours in Egypt.
Our one-day tour from Hurghada to Luxor is among the most popular day tours we provide to our guests. Situated around 300 kilometers to the South West of Hurghada, Luxor is in fact around 3 hours away.
Take the chance and visit Luxor to view and admire some of the most startling ancient historical sites.
The summary of the itinerary
Luxor day tour Hurghada
Pick up from your hotel in Hurghada in the morning, drive directly to Luxor, arrive in Luxor, visit the Karnak Temple, have lunch, visit the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and the Colossi of Memnon, return back to Hurghada.
Monuments included in this travel package:
- The Karnak Temple
- Valley of the Kings
- Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
- Colossi of Memnon
Price Per Person:
- Long experienced and qualified tour guides and tour operators
- Transfer from Hurghada to Luxor and back
- All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
- Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites.
- Lunch meal during your trip.
- Mineral water on board the vehicle during the tour.
- Hotel pickup and drop off.
- All Service charges & taxes.
– Any Extra meals and beverages.
– All personal expenses like laundry etc.
– Tipping to Guide, Driver, etc.
– Any Optional tours may require
The full Intermarry of the Tour:
Luxor day tour Hurghada
- We begin our day greeting out guests at their hotels, or any other locations they prefer in or around Hurghada.
- Our multilingual experienced representative would escort our guests throughout their magnificent tour in Luxor.
- We drive, in one of our comfortable air-conditioned vehicles, towards Luxor, in a trip that would take around 3 hours and a half.
- When we reach the charming city of Luxor around noon to have a superb day full of fun.
The Karnak Temple
- Then we start our visits in Luxor by exploring the wonders of the Karnak Temple, the biggest ancient Egyptian temple ever built in terms of sizes, surface area, and even the history of its construction that exceeded 1000 years.
- Although founded during the ruling period of the Middle Kingdom for the worship of the god Amun, almost all the astonishing features we view today date back to the New Kingdom.
- Things never to miss in the Karnak Temple include the avenue of sphinxes, the various pylons, the hypostyle halls with its huge pillars, different obelisks, the famous scarab statue, and the large sacred lake.
- We move on with our day tour to Luxor to discover the secrets of the West Bank. This was considered the city of the dead in ancient Egypt.
- This is why it hosts a large number of mortuary temples and various necropolises for the royals and even for the commons.
Temple of Hatshepsut
- We start our visits in the West Bank with the charming Temple of Hatshepsut, perhaps the most famous ladies who ruled over Egypt during the reign of the 18th dynasty of the New Kingdom.
- Her mortuary temple is famous for its distinctive design and layout that depended on terraces, one after the other.
- While at the entrance of the temple, never miss exploring the statue of Horus, the chapel of Hathor, and the chapel of Anubis.
- Nicknamed as El Deir El Bahry, or the Southern Monastery as it was used as a Coptic monastery for a considerable period time.
The Valley of the Kings:
- Our next visit in the West Bank of Luxor, or the City of the Dead, would be to the Valley of the Kings, the largest and best preserved royal necropolis of ancient Egypt.
- established by the kings of the 18th dynasty, the kings chose this exact location due to the pyramid-shaped top of its main mountain.
- This is the largest and most notable royal necropolis of ancient Egypt. dating to the reign of the New Kingdom, starting with the kings of the 18th dynasty, there are many tombs that are popular for their marvelous wall paintings and astonishing layouts. marvelous wall painting which survived until today.
- There are several tombs featured with their colorful walls and marvelous designs.
- You have a chance to explore the Tomb of Tut Ankh Amun discovered intact by Howard Carter in 1922.
Colossi of Memnon:
- Our last visit to the West Bank will be to the Colossi of Memnon.
- These two gigantic statues, 18 meters in height, are the only surviving parts of the impressive mortuary temple of Amenhotep III.
- Constructed during the 13th century BC, the Greeks named them Memnon as they thought that the voices resulting from the air passing through their stone are that of the mother of Memnon, the famous Greek hero.
- After we finish our wonderful day-tour in Luxor, we would be traveling back to Hurghada in the evening.