Experience our day tour to Luxor's west bank, you will travel to the beautiful city of Luxor and watch the impressive wonders of the west bank such as the Valley of the Queens and Ramesseum temple of king Rameses II. You will witness the glory of the ancient Egyptians there. Book now!
Price : 70.00 $
Full Day Tour
Luxor West Bank Tour
Visit Egypt and discover the treasures of the ancient world, as you will be astounded when you explore Luxor City, the world's largest outdoor museum. Explore now Luxor West Bank Tours. Cairo Top Tours' 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.
West Bank of Luxor Tour
Cairo Top Tours tour guide will pick up you from your hotel to begin one of the best Luxor day tours ever, 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.
Included lunch meal during the tour