2 days to Luxor from Safaga port including a hot air balloon

Price Starting From : $300

2 Days to Luxor from Safaga Port 

If you're looking for a trip that will take you from sea to sky, look no further than our 2-day trip from Safaga to Luxor. This 2-day journey will take you through the land of the Pharaohs and beyond, introducing you to some of the best sights in the country.

Luxor Tours from Safaga Port

 Our tour guide will pick you up at Safaga port and drive you to Luxor, where you will stay for one night. We'll take you on a 45-minute hot air balloon tour over the temples of Luxor and Karnak early in the morning. It is indeed an amazing event that you will never forget!


Pick up services from Safaga Port & return.

Your accommodation for 1 night in Luxor in 5 stars hotel.

Transportation during your Egypt Day Tours is done by a deluxe air-conditioned vehicle.

English-speaking tour guide.

Admission fees to all the mentioned sites.

 2 Lunch meals at a local restaurant

A 45 minutes Hot Air Balloon Tour in Luxor.

Bottled water and a soft drink during your Egypt Tours.

Shopping tours in Luxor. (upon request).

All service charges and taxes.


Any extras not mentioned in all of our Egypt Shore Excursions itineraries.

Tipping is excluded.

Prices are valid during Christmas and New Year tours in Egypt or Egypt Easter tours.

 Welcome to Luxor!

You will be picked up at Safaga Port and taken to Luxor. You can enjoy the beautiful views of the Red Sea and Egyptian desert on your way. On arrival in Luxor, you will be taken for a tour of Karnak Temple. It is one of the greatest religious centers in all of Egypt. This complex is made up of several temples that were built over a period of 1,000 years by kings who wanted to honor the god Amun.

God Amen was the main deity of Thebes during the New Kingdom and the Egyptians worshiped him and honored him so, they started to build many temples dedicated to him like the temple of Karnak, Luxor, and also El Deir el Bahari.

The temple also features some of the most impressive columns ever constructed by ancient Egyptians. After this tour, you will have some free time to explore the area before heading over to Luxor Temple. The temple was dedicated to Amen-Re, who is considered one of the most important gods in ancient Egyptian mythology. It was built during the reigns of Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis III and served as a religious center for many years until it was destroyed by an earthquake in 27 BC.

After exploring these magnificent structures, you will return back to your hotel where you'll enjoy dinner before retiring for the night.


In the early morning, take a hot air balloon ride over the Valley of the Kings, which is where most of the tombs of ancient Egypt's rulers are located. You'll feel like royalty as you fly above the temples, taking in all their majesty below you. It's an experience you won't forget!

After breakfast, we will check out and start our second-day tour to the west bank of Luxor. You will have a wonderful opportunity to see some of the most famous temples in Egypt. you will see the Valley of the Kings and Queens where many rulers from ancient Egypt were buried so you can see more than 60 tombs belonging to ancient Egyptian rulers.  Finally, we'll visit Hatshepsut Temple, which is also located on the West Bank but has a different style from other temples due to its construction during a time when women ruled as pharaohs.

After exploring all these attractions, we will return back to Safaga Port by sunset for our transfer back to Hurghada airport or Hurghada city center.


1 Person

$550 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$380 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$320 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$300 Per Person

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