Luxor West Bank Full-Day Tour

Price Starting From : $70

Luxor West Bank Tour

The West Bank Tour of Luxor, Egypt, transports you on an enthralling voyage among the historical and archeological treasures of the West Bank. The well-known locations that highlight the rich historical and cultural legacy of ancient Egypt are the main attractions of this tour. 

The Luxor West Bank is a significant archaeological site located on the western side of the Nile River in Luxor, Egypt. It is known for its numerous ancient tombs, temples, and monuments that offer a glimpse into the rich history and culture of ancient Egypt. Visit Egypt to discover the treasures of its ancient civilization! You will get fascinated while exploring Luxor City; the world's largest outdoor museum. 

Our professional Egyptologist guide will accompany you to see the oldest rock-cut tombs and the grand temples on the West Bank of the Nile River in Luxor, go inside the richly decorated royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings, the beautiful New Kingdom-era Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the tremendous Colossi of Memnon, before your Egypt Day Tours continue to take you to the most colorful Temple in Egypt built by the Pharaoh Ramses III and is famous worldwide as the Temple of Medinet Habu.

Our guide and driver will take you to see the tombs of the high officials in the area of Deir El Madina as well as the worker's village where the artisans and workers who created the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings used to live.

If I were in your shoes, I wouldn't hesitate to take this trip to see the main sites of Egypt's civilization. If you are passionate about learning about history, this is the perfect way to do it.


  • Luxor day tours include transportation services from any location or hotel in Luxor.
  • Transfers are organized by a deluxe air-conditioned A/C vehicle.
  • Admission fees to all the archeological sites and museums mentioned on the West Bank of the Nile.
  • Gourmet lunch in a good quality restaurant is included during our Luxor West Bank Tour.
  • English-speaking tour guide during all our Egypt Day Tours.
  • Mineral bottled water is part of the West Bank of Luxor tour.
  • Taxes and service charges for the excursions in Luxor are included.
  • Tickets to enter special tombs in the Valley of the Kings like the tombs of Tutankhamun, King Seti I tomb, and Ramses VI.
  • Tipping to express your gratitude for the Luxor excursions.
  • Tickets to take your Camera inside the Valley of the Kings' tombs.

Cairo Top Tours tour guide will pick up you from your hotel to begin one of the best Luxor day tours ever, the Luxor West Bank Tour.

First, your personal driver and guide will accompany you to visit the Colossi of Memnon which are two colossal statues representing King Amenhotep III seated and having his hands resting on his knees facing East towards the Nile River, the temple of El Deir El Bahri ( the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut ) which is cut into the mountain and was built by the Queen who was the Pharaoh in Egypt 150 centuries ago, it was used as her mortuary temple and the inspiration for the design was taken from another neighboring mortuary temple of Neb-Hept-Re of the twelfth Dynasty.

Enjoy a gourmet lunch meal in one of the best local good quality restaurants in Luxor before proceeding to the Valley of the Kings which contains more than 62 tombs cut by the kings of the New Kingdom from the reign of Tuthmosis of the 18th dynasty, and during the 19th dynasty and the 20th dynasty as well. The Valley of the Kings got its popularity after the discovery of the tomb of the golden king Tutankhamun. At the end of your Luxor excursions, you will visit the Temple of Medinet Habu, which is the necropolis of western Thebes (Luxor nowadays) in Upper Egypt, built by King Ramses III and Deir El Madina or the worker's village where all the artisans and the craftsmen who participated in decorating the tombs at the Valley of the Kings used to live until their death, as the area of the necropolis was considered a secret to keep it away from the tomb robbers.

Now, after you complete your Luxor Sightseeing tours, you will be transferred back to your hotel or any preferred drop-off location within Luxor.

Included lunch meal during the tour.



1 Person

$155 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$110 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$90 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$70 Per Person

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When travelers join forces with a respected company dedicated to creating unforgettable memories, they will find a variety of convenient options, reasonable prices, outstanding support, and easy payment methods for their amazing trips along the River Nile.

Egypt's top 5 must-see tourism destinations are :

Pyramids of Giza.
Karnak Temple.
Valley of the Kings.
Abu Simbel.
Egyptian Museum.

Therefore, it is hardly unexpected that the Egyptian pantheon contained more than 2,000 gods. Isis, Osiris, Horus, Amun, Ra, Hathor, Bastet, Thoth, Anubis, and Ptah are some of these gods' well-known names; many others are less well-known.

In the case of cancellation of the trip by the customer, based on the start dates of the trip, the following costs will be charged:

15% of the total cost of the trip, with cancellation from the booking date up to 61 days before the start date of the trip

25% of the total cost of the trip, with cancellation from 60 to 31 days before the start date of the trip

35% of the total cost of the trip, with cancellation 30 to 15 days before the start date of the trip

The best time to visit Luxor is during the winter months (from November to February), when the weather is mild and comfortable for exploration. During this time, temperatures are typically in the range of 20–25 °C (68–77 °F). It's important to note that Luxor can get very hot during the summer months, with temperatures exceeding 40°C (104°F). If you visit during the summer, it's advisable to plan your activities for the early morning or late afternoon to avoid the peak heat.

Some of the must-visit attractions in Luxor include:

Luxor Temple: A magnificent temple complex located in the heart of the city.

Karnak Temple: One of the largest temple complexes in the world, dedicated to the god Amun.

Valley of the Kings: The burial site of many pharaohs, including Tutankhamun.

Valley of the Queens: The burial site of the queens and children of pharaohs.

Hatshepsut Temple: A unique funerary temple dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut.

Colossi of Memnon: Two massive stone statues representing Pharaoh Amenhotep III.

There is a place near some big statues and a valley where artists work. It is open every day from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you want to go inside, you have to buy a ticket.

Some sites, like the Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple, have areas that are more accessible, but many ancient sites have uneven terrain and stairs. It’s best to inquire specifically with tour operators about accessibility options.

Some tours include stops at local markets or bazaars where you can shop for souvenirs, spices, and handicrafts. If this interests you, check with the tour operator for specific details.

Most tour guides speak English, and many also speak French, German, Spanish, Italian, and other languages. Be sure to request your preferred language when booking.


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