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Private Day Tour to Luxor Highlights

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Private Day Tour to Luxor Highlights

 A thorough, customized tour that allows guests to discover the well-known historical sights and cultural riches of Luxor is the Private Day Tour of Luxor Highlights.

Enjoy a full private day tour to Wast and West Bank of Luxor city, which include the most attractive and important sites of the Ancient Egyptians, also you will know alot about the ancient Egyptian civilization.

Our private day tour to Luxor offers a unique opportunity to explore the highlights of this ancient Egyptian city. Luxor is known for its rich history and impressive archaeological sites, and our tour allows you to experience them all in a convenient and personalized way.

Egypt, the land of the Pharaohs; is a country steeped in history and culture. Luxor, located on the east bank of the Nile River, was the ancient Egyptian capital of Thebes and is home to some of the most impressive archaeological sites in the world. Join us on a private day tour to Luxor highlights and explore the ancient city.

We'll visit the Valley of the Kings, where you'll see the tomb of Tutankhamun, and the Valley of the Queens, where you'll see the tomb of Queen Nefertari. We'll also explore the Luxor museum, the Temple of Luxor, built to honor the god Amun-Ra, Madinat habu, and Memnon. This private day tour of Luxor is the perfect way to experience the history and culture of Egypt.



All our transports are arranged by private A/C vehicle. 

Entrance fees and tickets to the mentioned sites on the West Bank and the East bank.

Tasty lunch in a local restaurant in Luxor is included during our Luxor day tours and excursions.

An English-speaking Egyptologist during Egypt Day Tours.

A bottle of water and soft drinks is included during the East and West bank of the Luxor attractions tour.

All taxes and service charges are covered.


Tipping is not included in our trip prices.

Optional tours

drinking during meals

Entrance fees to the above-mentioned sightseeing.

meals extra non mentioned in itenarar

Camera or photo ticket in the Valley of the kings during Luxor day tours and excursions.

in the morning our tour guide will wait for you at your Luxor hotel and transfer you to a Luxor tremble in a modern and air-conditioned car,

We will begin our tour at the Luxor Temple, one of the most iconic and well-preserved temples in all of Egypt. This temple was built by the great Pharaoh Ramses II and is dedicated to the sun god Amun-Ra.

Next, we will visit the Valley of the queens, where the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt were buried. This is one of the most fascinating places in Egypt, and you will have the chance to see some of the most amazing tomb paintings and artifacts.

After the Valley of the Kings, we will visit the Temple of Hatshepsut, which is one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt. This temple was built by the great Pharaoh Hatshepsut, and is dedicated to the goddess Hathor.

then we will transfer you to visit the Luxor museum, This museum is situated in a remarkable area of Luxor The museum is well positioned on the Nile Corniche route  The Luxor Museum is situated in an area where two-thirds of Egypt's antiquities are found, making it a site of significant archaeological importance. Therefore, it was crucial that its collection of artifacts be comprehensive and diverse enough to display all facets of Luxor's history and art.

After that we will visit The ancient city of Madinet Habu in Luxor is one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in the world. Located on the west bank of the Nile River, this ancient city was the capital of the ancient Egyptian kingdom of Thebes. The city was home to some of the most famous pharaohs in history, including Tutankhamun, Ramses II, and Thutmose III.

Finally, we will end our tour at the Colossi of Memnon, two massive statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III. This is an incredible opportunity to see some of the most amazing sights in Egypt. We hope you enjoy your tour!

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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

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