Luxor is the premier travel destination in Egypt’s Upper South and Nile Valley.
The dynastic and religious capital of Egypt’s Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom, Luxor has much to offer travelers, from vast temples and ancient royal tombs to spectacular desert and river landscapes and a vibrant modern life.
You will be dropped off from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh in an air-conditioned vehicle and taken to Sharm El Sheikh airport where you will board your plane to fly to Luxor.
Once you arrive, you will be met by our Egyptologist tour guide who will accompany you for the day.
you will visit the Valley of the Kings, the statues of Memnon and the temple of Hatshepsut, visit West Thebes, including the Valley of the Kings, where you will have the opportunity to visit two tombs.
Then you will visit the colossal statues of Memnon. Your tour will end at West Thebes where you will visit the temple of Queen Hatshepsut (temple of Deir El Bahary).
On the last part of the first day, you will take a city tour along the bazaars of Luxor, followed by your magical visit to the beautiful Luxor Temple.
It is a magnificent example of ancient Egyptian structural and architectural temple art.
The Luxor temple served as a hall for the celebrations of the god Amoun.
The festival of Opet was held here every year.
The main procession started from the Karnak temple and ended here at the Luxor temple. The temple was built by Amenhotep III about 1400 BC.
At the end of the first day you will spend The night in 4* hotel on BB basis.
Visiting Medinet Habu (Mortuary Temple of Ramses III).
We will visit the Mortuary Temple of Ramses III or Medinet Habu, which is considered the second largest complex after Karnak in terms of size and preservation.
The site of Medinet Habu was sacred long before its time and is still regarded by locals as having magical powers.
Then you will visit the Valley (tombs) of the Nobles.,The Valley of the Nobles is very different from the Valley of the Kings.
The tombs here are decorated with mural of daily life and are not so much devoted to books and religious images.
We will visit the tomb of Ramosa who was vizier and governor of Thebes in the time of Akhenaten and the Amarna period.
Then visit Deir Al Madina (workers’ village) Deir el Medina was the area where a community of workers, who built the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings, had their village.
At lunchtime you will relax by enjoying lunch.
Then you will visit the huge temples of Karnak, considered the largest religious structure in the world and the most important sanctuary in Ancient Egypt.
These temples are one of the best and greatest architectural achievements of antiquity.
Each king erected some sort of building in honor of the Luxor triad.
Visiting Karnak in daylight provides an impressive insight into the power and might of the pharaohs who built these buildings.
After these beautiful two days you will transfer to Luxor airport and from there fly back to Sharm El Sheikh.
You will then be taken back to your hotel.
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