Day Tour to visit amazing landmarks in Luxor from Aswan

Price Starting From : $80

The landmarks in Luxor are stunning. You can visit the landmarks in Luxor to explore history. You will be taken on this Egypt tour to discover all about Luxor temple the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, Dra' Abu El-naga' Necropolis; the cemetery that was used as a monastery for Copts in Coptic times, Ramesseum Temple; the memorial temple (or mortuary temple) of Pharaoh Ramesses II, and finally The Colossi of Memnon.

This trip to Luxor is a great opportunity to explore the Pharaonic temples and magnificent ruins of Luxor in one day, and provides visitors with a unique opportunity to enjoy the culture and history of ancient Egypt.
  • All our transfers are arranged by private A/C vehicle. 
  • Entrance fees and tickets to the mentioned sites.
  • Lunch in a local restaurant.
  • A bottle of water and soft drinks is included during the tour.
  • An English-speaking Egyptologist during the tour.
  • All taxes and service charges.
  • Entrance to King Tutankhamun's tomb, King Seti I tomb, and king Ramses XI at the Valley of the Kings.
  • Tipping.
  • Camera or photo ticket in the Valley of the kings.

On this Egypt day tours, our tour guide take you in the early morning from your hotel in Aswan in an air-conditioned vehicle to explore:

  • Luxor temple; the complex that's located on the east bank of the Nile River, that focused on the annual Opet festival in ancient Egypt.
  • The Valley of the Kings, as well as the Valley of the Queens. The two valleys house the bodies of most of ancient Egypt's kings and Queens. There are over 90 tombs in the Valley of the Queens and 63 tombs in the Valley of the Kings.

Then you will stop for a lunch break before continuing your Luxor day tours of:

  • Dra' Abu El-naga'; where Queen Ahhotep is buried; the queen who served as regent during the minority of the pharaoh Ahmose and promoted the expulsion of the Hyksos rulers.
  • Ramesseum Temple; the memorial temple of Pharaoh Ramesses II.
  • The Colossi of Memnon: the two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III.

At the end of the day, we will transfer you back to your hotel.


1 Person

$210 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$135 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$105 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$80 Per Person

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Luxor Temple is an ancient Egyptian temple complex located in Luxor, Egypt. It was constructed over many centuries, with additions made by various pharaohs, including Amenhotep III, Ramses II, and Tutankhamun. The temple is dedicated to the god Amun and was used for religious ceremonies, festivals, and processions.

The Valley of the Kings in Luxor is an important archaeological site of great importance in the history of ancient Egypt. The Valley of the Kings is considered the cemetery of the kings of the Egyptian ruling dynasties during the New Ages, in the period from approximately 1539 BC to 1075 BC.

The tombs in the Valley of the Kings are considered the burial place of the Pharaohs and include their tombs and the unique items found within them, as well as wall paintings and inscriptions representing the gods, religious beliefs, and daily life at that time.

Among the most important tombs in the Valley of the Kings is the tomb of Tutankhamun, which was discovered in 1922 and is considered one of the most important archaeological discoveries ever. Tutankhamun's tomb contains unique treasures and antiquities that show the richness and luxury of life in Pharaonic times.

Both temples, Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple, are considered important historical landmarks in Luxor, and each offers distinct experiences.

Karnak Temple: It is considered one of the largest Pharaonic temples in the world, and it is huge and amazing with its massive designs and structures. It is characterized by massive structures, huge columns, and amazing Pharaonic inscriptions. Visiting Karnak is considered a unique experience to understand the Pharaonic architecture and religion.

Luxor Temple: It is located in the heart of Luxor and is distinguished by its magnificent style. It is a temple of great religious and cultural importance. It provides a unique atmosphere for visitors due to its location in the city center.

Yes, there are opportunities to communicate with locals during the tour in Luxor. Interacting with the local community adds depth to the travel experience and allows visitors to understand the local culture and lifestyle. Here are some ways you can connect with locals in Luxor:

Visit markets and artisans.
Visit rural villages.
Visit temples and historical sites:
Attend local events.
Participate in social activities.
Head to local cafes and restaurants.


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