2 days Luxor, Abu Simbel from Cairo

Price Starting From : $450

Enjoy a wonderful opportunity to visit and discover the beauty of the ancient Egyptians and witness the glory of their temples and tombs. Visit Luxor and explore Luxor's attractions such as the Valley of the Kings, the Colossi of Memnon, the Karnak Temple, and the Temple of Hatshepsut before traveling to Abu Simbel, a great and powerful temple. 

Embark on thrilling Luxor day tours, where in just two days, you can immerse yourself in the rich history of Egypt. Begin your journey by visiting the Karnak Temple Complex, where you'll explore the captivating ruins of a once-great civilization. 


Pickup services from our tour leader.
Entrance fees and entrance fees to the said sites.
All transportation services.
Professional guide during all your day tours in Egypt.
All mentioned Luxor excursions are included.
Domestic flight from Cairo to Aswan and back from Luxor to Cairo.
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
Complimentary bottled mineral water.
All service fees and taxes are included.


Any additional excursions not mentioned in our Egypt itinerary.
Tips are not included.
Personal expenses.
Drinks during meals.

Meet our professional Egypt tours, and tour leader at your hotels as you will be taken to catch your flight to start a tour, one of the Egypt day tours, and one of the Cairo day tours and excursions. right on the second you reach Aswan you will be taken to the powerful temple Abu Simbel. after you meet your tour guide, therefore your first spot of  your journey is:

Abu Simbel:

this temple is the most important Nubian monument, as it became part of the UNESCO world heritage site, this temple is a world-known site, so don't miss the chance to discover it and know its stories and see its greatness with your own eyes.

After you have done your visit it is time for a tasty lunch, you will travel to Aswan at first by a private AC car, where you will get your delicious lunch at an oriental restaurant. 

then you will go directly to do a check-in, in a 5-star hotel to have your overnight to have a deep sleep and to prepare yourself for the next day's tour.

On the second day of your adventure, first, in the early morning, you will have your breakfast in the hotel and get ready to travel from Aswan to Luxor by the first class train, right when you reach Luxor you will have your AC car ride to transfer you to the majestic temples and tombs.

and the first spot in your Luxor attractions trip is the valley of kings.

In ancient times some of the king's tombs got robbed therefore they decided to bury the kings under the floor in a hidden tomb to make sure of their safety.

The hatshepsut tempel.

this unique archaeological project of the queen Hatshepsut that owned the name of the pharaoh she was the first woman to have that name, on the walls of the temple you will see the life cycle written in hieroglyphic.

then you will be taken to the colossi of Memnon.

these are two enormous statues with three faces of king Amenhoteplll, his wife Tyie, and the mother Mutemwiya, and these two statues got built multiple times.

then it is time to recharge your power again with a tasty lunch in an oriental restaurant with a Nile view.

then it is time to see the Karnak temple

this temple complex was built in the Ptolemaic era. as a result of its large size, it became the capital of the religion in the heart of Thebes.

Now end your trip by transferring to the Luxor airport to catch your flight back to Cairo. 


1 Person

$710 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$530 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$490 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$450 Per Person

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Luxor, with its rich history and stunning landscapes, offers a range of adventure activities that you can include in your two-day tour itinerary to make your visit even more exciting. Some adventure activities to consider on Luxor's two-day tours are:

Hot Air Balloon Ride: Experience the breathtaking beauty of Luxor's ancient sites from above by taking a hot air balloon ride at sunrise. You'll get a unique perspective of the temples and the Nile River.

Quad Biking in the Desert: Go on an off-road adventure by renting a quad bike and exploring the desert surrounding Luxor. It's an exhilarating way to experience the arid landscapes and enjoy some adrenaline-pumping fun.

Horseback or Camel Riding: Explore the West Bank of Luxor on horseback or camelback. You can visit archaeological sites like the Valley of the Kings and the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in a unique way.

Felucca Sailing: Take a relaxing felucca ride on the Nile River, where you can enjoy the tranquility of the water and the picturesque scenery.

Nile Kayaking: For a more active adventure, consider kayaking on the Nile River. Guided tours are available for kayakers of various skill levels.

Mountain Trekking: Explore the desert mountains near Luxor on a guided trek. You can discover hidden valleys and take in panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.

Scuba Diving: If you're a certified diver, Luxor offers opportunities for scuba diving in the Red Sea, with vibrant coral reefs and marine life to discover.

Parasailing: Experience the thrill of parasailing over the Nile, enjoying views of Luxor's iconic temples and the lush riverbanks.

Rock Climbing: Adventure enthusiasts can find rock climbing opportunities in the desert around Luxor. Guided climbing experiences are available for all skill levels.

Safari Tours: Consider a desert safari that includes sandboarding, dune bashing, and the chance to witness stunning desert sunsets.

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Exploring Luxor, often referred to as the "world's greatest open-air museum" due to its wealth of archaeological and historical sites, is a rewarding experience for travelers interested in ancient Egypt. Luxor offers a wide range of attractions, from temples and tombs to the beautiful Nile River. To make the most of your visit, here are some recommendations for the best ways to explore Luxor:

Guided Tours: Consider joining guided tours led by knowledgeable Egyptologists or local guides. They can provide insights into the historical significance of the sites and help you navigate the vast number of attractions. Popular tours include visits to the Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings, and the Temple of Hatshepsut.

Karnak Temple Complex: Karnak is a vast temple complex and one of Luxor's most iconic sites. Spend time exploring its various temples, statues, and hieroglyphics. The sound and light show held in the evenings is also a great way to experience the temple's history.

Luxor Temple: Luxor Temple is located right in the heart of the city. It's a beautiful temple, especially when illuminated at night. Don't miss the Avenue of Sphinxes that once connected it to Karnak Temple.

Valley of the Kings: This is where the tombs of many pharaohs, including Tutankhamun, are located. You can visit some of the open tombs and explore their stunning decorations.

Valley of the Queens: Visit the Valley of the Queens to see the tombs of queens and princesses from ancient Egypt.

Colossi of Memnon: These massive statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III are a popular photo spot, and their history is intriguing.

Temple of Hatshepsut: Explore the unique architectural design of this temple dedicated to the female pharaoh Hatshepsut, set against the cliffs of Deir el-Bahri.

Luxor Museum: The Luxor Museum houses a remarkable collection of artifacts from Luxor's temples and archaeological sites. It's a great place to deepen your understanding of the region's history.

Felucca Ride: Take a leisurely sail on a traditional felucca boat along the Nile River. These rides offer a serene experience and beautiful views of Luxor.

Balloon Ride: Consider a hot-air balloon ride over Luxor at sunrise for breathtaking aerial views of the city and its archaeological sites.

Historical Luxor Market: Visit Luxor's historical market, where you can shop for souvenirs, textiles, spices, and more.

Local Cuisine: Don't miss the opportunity to savor traditional Egyptian dishes and street food at local restaurants and cafes.

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Exploring all of Luxor's temples in a single day can be quite challenging due to the number and size of the sites. However, it's possible to visit some of the main temples and archaeological sites within a day if it's planned strategically and efficiently. Here's a suggested itinerary for exploring Luxor's temples in a day:

Karnak Temple: Start early at Karnak Temple, one of the largest temple complexes in Egypt.
Lunch Break: Take a break for lunch at a nearby restaurant or café.
Luxor Temple: Head to Luxor Temple, located in the heart of the city.
Optional Additions (If Time Permits):
Mummification Museum: If interested, visit the Mummification Museum to learn about ancient Egyptian burial practices. It's relatively small and can be explored quickly.
Luxor Museum: This museum houses a collection of artifacts from the Luxor area, including items from the Valley of the Kings.


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