Enjoy the best of Luxor Tours from Cairo by Flight and get closer to the Monuments built by the Kings of the new kingdom of ancient Egypt. Our overnight tour to Luxor from Cairo by Flight is your way to visit Karnak and Luxor Temples in the east and west banks of the Nile in Luxor and way more!
Price : 399.00 $
Luxor Tours from Cairo by Flight will give you the chance to get closer to the great temples and archaeological sites built by the pharaohs of the new kingdom of ancient Egypt history. Enjoy the overnight tour to Luxor from Cairo by flight to see the incredible Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple built by Amenhotep ||| on the east bank of the Nile River in Luxor, and Hatshepsut Temple along with the Colossi of Memnon enormous statues in the west bank. Luxor is one of the earliest Egyptian cities, as it was considered the main capital of Egypt during the new kingdom golden age, and was referred by this name for the many temples and palaces within, It is located on the banks of the Nile River, which is divided it into two parts, the east bank, and the west bank, and it is considered one of the most attractive tourist attractions in Egypt for those who seek for learning about its pharaonic civilization and spending the winter there.
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Our tour leader will meet you upon your arrival in Cairo International Airport or will pick up you from your hotel in Cairo to be transferred to take your flight to Luxor and be welcomed by our representative upon arrival in Luxor Airport, then start the Luxor Tours from Cairo by Flight by visiting the east bank tours in Luxor beginning with the magnificent Luxor Temple that was built in 3400 years ago during the eighteenth dynasty by the great king Amenhotep ||| and completed by King Ramses II, Tutankhamen, and Horemheb. The temple was built for the honor of God Amun who was the chief deity among all the gods of ancient Egypt.
Proceed to the Karnak Temple which is considered a complex for the multiple temples that were built inside, one of the greatest temples that were created in the history of ancient Egypt, it is dedicated to the Theban triad of Amun, Mut, and their son Khonsu who was the god of the moon according to the ancient Egyptian religion, and is considered the largest place of worship in the whole world. The remains of it survive a proof of the creativity of the ancient Egyptian civilization.
Have a tasty lunch meal at a good quality local restaurant and transfer to your hotel in Luxor for check-in and overnight, with the possibility of using one of our Luxor day tours or enjoy the fascinating Sound and Light show in Karnak Temple.
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel then you will be met by your private Egyptologist guide to continue your excursions in Luxor, but today you will experience Luxor West Bank Tours by visiting the Valley of the Kings, the most famous historical necropolis in the world where the kings and rulers of ancient Egypt during the new kingdom were buried throughout 500 years in this region, it is located on the west bank of the Nile and comprises more than 63 tombs for great kings, such as the tomb of King Tutankhamen that was discovered without being robbed and all its displays are now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Tutankhamen was considered one of the most famous kings of the new kingdom of ancient Egyptian history, and during his reign, he restored the power of religion and traditional Egyptian art after King Akhenaten made a great rebellion against the traditional cult and established a new capital known as ikht-itn.
Continue to visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, well known also as the Temple of Deir el-Bahari, it was built by the strong woman Queen Hatshepsut during the 18th dynasty. Dedicated to the devotion of Hathor which was the goddess of motherhood, and Amun Ra, in addition to that, it was also to worship of the falcon God Horus and Anubis, guardian of the necropolis, King Montuhotep the Second was the first to use that area to build tombs and a temple for himself.
Colossi of Memnon which are two massive stone colossal statues of King Amenhotep III who ruled Egypt during the 18th dynasty.
After that, you will be transferred to Luxor Airport for your flight back to Cairo after you finish your tour to the east and west banks of the Nile in Luxor.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch