Our two-day tour from Cairo to Luxor City is designed to give you an amazing experience in a comfortable and safe way. In addition to our amazing Luxor excursions, we offer you a hot air balloon tour in the early morning, which will be one of the most memorable experiences of your life. Book this amazing tour with us!
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Luxor 2-Day tour from Cairo
If you're in Cairo, and you want to visit Luxor… why not make it a two-day adventure?
From our Cairo day tours, you'll be able to see all of the sights of Luxor and its surrounding areas in two days. You'll get to visit Karnak Temple, one of the largest and most famous temples in Egypt. You'll also be able to explore the Valley of the Kings and Queen Hatshepsut's temple—two places that are not to be missed if you're interested in ancient Egyptian history. And if you're feeling adventurous or have extra time on your hands, don't miss out on riding a hot air balloon over this incredible landscape!
Cairo to Luxor Hot Air Balloon
Our 2-day tour from Cairo will allow you to see everything from our other day tours but with more time to explore each location at your leisure.
You will be picked up by our staff that will be waiting for you at the Cairo International Airport, and then transferred to your hotel in Luxor city. Welcome to Luxor! We are glad that you have chosen our tours in Luxor. We will go straight to the Luxor east bank tour.
After breakfast, we will start the day by touring Karnak Temple, the largest ancient religious complex in Egypt. Built during the New Kingdom, it is one of the most impressive temples in all of Egypt. The temple was dedicated to Amun-Ra and his son, Mut. A massive temple precinct, which contains a number of subsidiary or "daughter" temples, covers an area of about two square miles (5 km²).
Then transfer to Luxor temple most beautiful example of Egyptian architecture and one of the most important archaeological sites in Egypt. The temple was dedicated to Amun-Re and Hathor. It is generally considered one of the most beautiful buildings ever constructed by ancient Egyptians. Some scholars even consider it to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World!
A hot air balloon is an amazing way to see the ancient monuments at sunrise, and you'll be able to capture these incredible sights on camera so you can share them with all your friends. Start your day with a hot air balloon ride over the West Bank of Luxor before touring the Valley of the Kings and the Temple of Karnak. You'll admire the stunning scenery from above, including the Nile River and its surrounding deserts.
After lunch at your hotel or restaurant, head over to take a tour of the Valley of Kings and Hatshepsut temple. The Valley of Kings is where many famous pharaohs were buried and the Hatshepsut temple was built for Queen Hatshepsut's father, who wanted it built as his tomb. Then you will see Medinet Habu Temple, which was built during Egyptian times but destroyed by an earthquake in 1250 BC. Then you'll visit Ramesses III's tomb, which is known for its beautiful basalt statues depicting scenes from his life; next up is Ramesseum Temple—home of Ramses II's funerary temple where he's buried (plus his mummy). Afterward, visit Deir el-Bahri Temple—where Nefertiti is buried—then continue through more ruins until you'll return to Cairo and prepare for your flight home at night.