Spend a day trip from Cairo to Luxor by Planeto explore the city of the great temples and ancient tombs " Thebes," to see the glory of ancient Egyptians mixed with the skills of the modern engineers, including the world's largest open-air museum beside the temple of Karnak, the temple of Luxor and the Valley of the Kings. Don't waste time and book now!
Price : 350.00 $
Cairo and Luxor
Discover ancient Thebes' most magnificent historical sites, where the kings of ancient Egypt Live on a wonderful journey to discover the secrets of Luxor, the capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom, in just one day. You will visit the Karnak temple, This is a great ancient temple on the eastern bank of the Nile River and it was the official Egyptian religious center during the eighteenth dynasty.
Then cross the Nile to explore the Valley of the kings, which is a great burial area for the Kings and rulers of ancient Egypt, around 1500 B.C. In the Western mountains of Luxor, the Pharaohs cut their graves instead of Giza Pyramids. We will go to see Hatshepsut Temple Where she planted the exotic trees and flowers that she brought from Africa during her trade campaigns, as well as the Colossi of Memnon on the west bank.
You will meet our Cairo Top Tours 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.
Now, 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.