Private Tour 2  Days  To Luxor + Hot  AirBalloon 

To explore more Places in Luxor city you need this program from Hurghada to spend 2 days and one night there , visiting Luxor highlights such as Valley of the Kings , Hatshepsut Temple , Memnon Statues, Karnak temple, Luxor  temple including one night at a hotel,you will have chance to walk  at the old bazaars street at the eldest city 

start from 180 €

Tour Overview 

The tour starts from your hotel in Hurghada driving for about 4 hours to arrive at Luxor city explore the main sightseeing there Valley of the kings where you have 3 tombs included to visit, may we spend 2 hours in the valley, then driving 10 minutes to explore the 2nd site and the amazing temple of Queen Hatshepsut the female Pharaoh about 1 hour, after that never miss to impressive the gigantic statues of Memnon 10 minutes, leaving to lunch meal at a restaurant, now we have to check in the Hotel which has a very beautiful view of the Nile, getting some rest to be ready to walk in the old city streets having delicious dinner meal as typical Egyptian food such as kofta and Mahshi getting back to the hotel and spend the night early morning start your second day to explore more of ancient Egyptian temples from The Skay by Hoairballoon ride at the sunrise time. 

 Today we are at  the eastern bank of the Nile where is Luxor temple located to join the tour guide and spend about 1 hour at the temple, where we will have lunch at an Egyptian restaurant then to see the last amazing temple and the biggest oldest temple in the world 

Karnak temple 2 hours to discover its beauty of standing statues and columns.

now the time to drive back to Hurghada city.

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Valley of the Kings

During the New Kingdom, most of Egypt’s Pharaohs were buried in tombs cut from rocks in the Valley of the Kings. It is located on the West Bank of the River Nile. The Valley of the Kings counts 62 tombs, including the burial chamber of the boy King Tutankhamun. The non-royal tombs belonged to various officials, royal family members, and priests. Most of these tombs were cut in limestone following a similar pattern: 3 corridors, an antechamber, and a sunken sarcophagus chamber. The decision to bury pharaohs within the Valley of the Kings instead of pyramids was intended to safeguard against tomb robbers.
Three of the tombs are daily open to the public. However, the tomb's openings are rotated to protect the paintings from damage.

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Hatshepsut Temple

Located on the western bank of the Nile, the Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the most beautiful of the royal mortuary temples. It was named after Queen Hatshepsut, the first known female monarch that ruled for about two decades over Egypt. Built into the towering cliff, it rises on three enormous terraces. These terraces are connected by ramps and each level is marked with a colonnade of stark, largely unadorned square pillars. The cool stone interior features well-preserved wall reliefs and hieroglyphics, some still in brilliant colors.

Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon are two great stone statues representing a seated King Amenhotep III. They were originally constructed as guardians for Amenhotep III’s mortuary complex, which once stood behind them. The statues are about 18 meters high and weigh around 700 tons each. A fierce earthquake in Luxor, centuries ago, caused severe damages to both statues.

Luxor Temple 

Luxor temple is well preserved and carries the name of the city, the temple dedicated to the God of the Sun Amon Ra. It was another main worshiping temple in Luxor together with the Karnak complex

The temple was built by King Amenophis III during the 18th dynasty of the New Kingdom around the 17th century BC.
Later it was extended by King Tutankhamun and Ramses II

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Temple of Karnak

The Temple of Karnak is a spectacular complex of temples, chapels, pylons, obelisks, and sanctuaries dedicated to the Theban triad but also for the greater glory of pharaohs. It became one of the largest and most magnificent temple complexes in the ancient world. The Temple of Karnak was also the most important place of worship in Egypt during the New Kingdom. It is considered to be the most restored temple but meanwhile keeping its original structure. With its hypostyle hall and a beautiful forest of giant papyrus-shaped columns, this temple remains to be a must see when on holiday in Egypt.

Inclusion:

  • Private transport 2 days by car if 2 person or by Van if more people 

  • Entry fees of valley of the kings, Hatshepsut temple , Karnak temple , Luxor temple , Memnon Statues 

  • lunch meal 2 days , 1 dinner meal,1 breakfast 

  • Tour Guide (English , German, French,Spanish)

  •  1 night at Hotel 4 stars 

  • Hot air Balloon 

 

Lunch+Soft Drinks 

lunch meal at 1 day is included

dinner meal Spcieal Food  

Break fast at the 2nd day and lunch are included in 

soft drinks are included i

Duration

Pick Up Time T the 1st day 5:30 AM and back at 7:00 PM the 2nd day   

Excluded from the price

  • Guide and driver tipping 

  • Any extra expenses

What to bring with you?

•    Preferably a breakfast box
•    Your camera without any doubt
•    Sunglasses and some head protection against the sun