Cairo Day Trip to Luxor by Plane

Price Starting From : $420

Embark on a captivating one-day journey with our Egypt tour packages to explore the ancient wonders of Luxor. Discover the secrets of Thebes, an ancient city rich in historical sites. Begin your adventure at the magnificent Karnak Temple complex, Cross the Nile River to uncover the breathtaking Valley of the Kings with our Egypt trips.

Marvel at the impressive mountain tombs, a unique alternative to the famous pyramids of Giza. Visit Hatshepsut's Temple and immerse yourself in the remarkable ruins and artifacts that line the city's shores. Experience Luxor in just one day of sightseeing, gaining insights into the powerful New Kingdom capital and its pharaohs with Egypt Day tours. Uncover the treasures of Luxor's golden age, including the famed Tutankhamun. Marvel at the monumental stone structures that bear witness to a glorious era. Make the most of your time by enjoying a compact yet fulfilling overview of Luxor. Consider this itinerary as a quick sampling of Luxor before your return flight. You can also add optional day trips from Cairo airport or customize your Egypt trip further by adding extra overnight stays or additional activities.

Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, you'll uncover the historical significance and cultural richness embedded in the Luxor Temple, gaining insights into its architectural marvels and the stories it holds. This curated experience promises a brief yet immersive journey through the captivating tapestry of Egypt's heritage.

Egypt is a wonderful country with lots of amazing things to see. There are special buildings, like tMosque Of Muhammad Ali | The Alabaster Mosque In Cairo, that teach us about what happened a long time ago. Egypt also has beautiful places, like a big river and a big area of sand. People from all over the world visit Egypt to learn about its old history and see all the pretty things.


  • Transportation services by Cairo Top Tours representatives at both Cairo and Luxor airports.
  • All transfers are done by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • All the sightseeing tours are done privately.
  • Entrance fees to all mentioned sites in Luxor are covered during the day tour to Luxor from Cairo by air.
  • Qualified tour guide to accompany you through enjoying your day tours in Cairo.
  • Round trip flight ticket from Cairo to Luxor and back from Luxor to Cairo.
  • Bottle of mineral water aboard the vehicle during your Cairo Day Tours.
  • All taxes and service charges are included in all our Egypt tours and our Cairo Day Tours from Airport.

You will meet our Cairo Top Tours experienced tour leader at your hotel and he will take you to Cairo airport to start your thrilling Day Tour to Luxor from Cairo by Air. On arrival, our provisional guide will be anticipating you holding a signboard showing your name to start your day by visiting the West Bank of Luxor considered one of the most important archeological sites in all things to do in Egypt and in the whole world. the West Bank is a gateway to the Valley of the Kings, located in the center of the mountains and the tombs are carved into the rock under the hills. The walls of the tombs are adorned with hieroglyphics decoration and writings of ancient Egyptian mythology and beauty. The Valley of the Kings is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Then, we will move to Hatshepsut Temple also known as the temple of El-Deir El-Bahari (which means in Arabic the monastery of the stone) which was built during the Eighteenth Dynasty and dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut and Amun-Re. The temple's unique design was made by the loyal architect Senmout. After that, you will stop to see the Colossi of Memnon, one of the most significant Luxor attractions facing the Nile River.

Resume your Egypt Day Tours to the East Bank of the Nile which is connected to the most famous attractions like the architectural complex of Karnak temples, which is considered the largest man-made religious complex the world has ever known. The largest temple of them belongs to Amun-Ra, Mut, and Khonso. The Egyptian rulers added their own architectural signs in the Temple to be remembered through the centuries.


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1 Person

$580 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$460 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$440 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$420 Per Person

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 Luxor is located in southern Egypt, along the Nile River. It is known for its rich history and is often referred to as the "world's greatest open-air museum."

As a leading tourism provider, Cairo Top Tours gives customers various advantages. We'll stop at nothing to craft a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you'll crave repeating. A few reasons to pick us as your travel mate.

Yes, we offer one-day tours to Luxor by plane, and the flight takes approximately 1 hour. This provides travelers with a fantastic opportunity to explore the cultural and historical heritage sites in Luxor without the need for long car or train journeys.

Yes,Luxor is known for its vibrant local markets and bazaars, where you can shop for a variety of items, including traditional Egyptian handicrafts, spices, jewelry, clothing, and souvenirs. When you visit Luxor, you can easily find guided day tours that include a visit to these markets, allowing you to explore the bustling streets, interact with locals, and shop for unique items. Be sure to ask your tour operator or guide about adding a market visit to your Luxor itinerary.

Yes, you can typically purchase souvenirs during your tour in Bahariya Oasis or any other tourist destination in Egypt. In fact, Egypt offers a wide variety of unique and culturally rich souvenirs for travelers to choose from. Some common souvenirs you might find include:

Papyrus Art: Hand-painted papyrus artwork with ancient Egyptian designs and hieroglyphs

Alabaster and Marble Products: Alabaster vases, bowls, and sculptures are a popular choice.

Spices: You can purchase a range of Egyptian spices like saffron, cumin, and coriander.

Textiles: high-quality Egyptian cotton products such as clothing, bed linens, and towels.

Jewelry: gold and silver jewelry, often featuring traditional Arabic or Pharaonic designs.

Perfumes and Oils: Traditional Egyptian fragrances and essential oils like pure lotus oil

Copper and Brass Crafts: Handcrafted metal items like trays, plates, and lamps

Scarves and Shawls: vibrantly colored and beautifully woven scarves and shawls

Antiques and Replicas: Be cautious when buying antiques, and ensure that you comply with export regulations. Many shops also sell replica artifacts and statues.

Traditional Handicrafts: handmade crafts from local artisans, including pottery, woodwork, and ceramics.

The Pharaoh, who built the Great Sphinx and the Great Pyramid in Giza, was Pharaoh Khufu, also known as Cheops. He was the second Pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom of Egypt. The Great Pyramid, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is believed to have been constructed during his reign, around 2580–2560 BCE. The Great Sphinx, a colossal limestone statue with the body of a lion and the head of a Pharaoh, is believed to have been built during the same period and is often associated with Khufu's pyramid complex. These monumental structures are among the most iconic and well-preserved in ancient Egyptian history.

Luxor offers a range of shopping experiences, from traditional markets to specialized stores. Here are some of the best places for shopping in Luxor:

1. Luxor Souk (Market):

The Luxor Souk is a vibrant and bustling market offering a wide array of goods, including spices, textiles, clothing, jewelry, souvenirs, and traditional crafts. Bargaining is common here.

2. Alabaster Factory and Shops:

Luxor is renowned for its alabaster products. Visit alabaster factories and shops to find intricately carved vases, statues, and decorative items made from this translucent stone.

3. Luxor Street Market:

Explore the local street markets in Luxor, especially along the main streets and squares, where vendors sell various items like scarves, shawls, pottery, and local handicrafts.

4. Souvenir Shops near Major Attractions:

Shops situated near major tourist attractions like Karnak Temple or Luxor Temple offer an assortment of souvenirs, including miniature statues, papyrus paintings, and trinkets.

5. Papyrus Stores:

Look for specialized papyrus stores that sell hand-painted papyrus art depicting scenes from ancient Egypt or personalized cartouches. Ensure authenticity by buying from reputable sellers.


Luxor is an Egyptian city rich in history and antiquities, and includes many important tourist attractions that must be visited. Among the places to visit in Luxor:

    Karnak Temple (Temple of Amun Ra).

    My temple, Luxor.

    Valley of the Kings.

    Hatshepsut Temple in Deir el-Bahri.

    Valley of the Queens.

    The huge temple of Luxor.

    Luxor Museum.

In Luxor, there are many exciting day tours available that include visits to fascinating historical sites and important Pharaonic monuments. Here are some notable day tours in Luxor:

Valley of the Kings and Karnak Temple Tour: Includes a visit to the Valley of the Kings, which includes the famous tombs of the Pharaohs, in addition to the huge and complex Karnak Temple.

Visiting the temples of Luxor, Karnak, and the Valley of the Queens.

Tour of Luxor Temples and Hatshepsut Temple.

Hot balloon tour.

Tour of Luxor Temple and the Grand Temple of Luxor.

A tour of the Valley of the Dead and the temples of Bahrain.

Yes, visiting the Karnak and Luxor temples is common and popular among tourists visiting Egypt. Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple are part of the important monuments in the city of Luxor, and they wonderfully reflect the history of ancient Egypt.

Karnak Temple is one of the largest temples in the world and was dedicated to the god Amun-Ra, and is part of the Great Sphinx Complex. As for the Temple of Luxor, it is considered a major temple built specifically for the worship of Luxor, and it is a place of great historical importance.

The flight from Cairo to Luxor is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.

You are not required to wear as modestly in the tourist regions of Luxor and Aswan as you may in the more residential areas of these cities. For instance, you might wear shorts and a sleeveless top when visiting the Philae Temple in Aswan. 



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