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East Bank

Luxor Temple - which was built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II for ritual and festivals and dedicated to the god Amun.

Karnak Temple - largest place of worship ever built. Its ancient name Ipet-isut means “the most sacred of places.” The temple, or, more correctly, the complex of temples, was built more than two thousand years ago by generation after generation of pharaohs. Within the complex, the great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars.

West Bank

Visit the necropolis of the ancient city of Thebes

Valley of the Kings - Arriving at the Valley of the Kings, burial place of the kings of Thebes (ancient Luxor), you will have a brief stop at the visitors center. Guides are not permitted inside the tombs, but your guide will tell you what to look for inside the elaborately decorated rooms. If you wish to visit the tomb of King Tutankhamun, an additional cost is payable direct.

Valley of the Queens - The Valley of the Queens, is a place in Egypt where wives of Pharaohs were buried in ancient times.

Hatshepsut - one of the most striking monuments in Egypt. Your guide will introduce you to the history of the temple and the story of Queen Hatshepsut, the famous female ruler of Egypt who posed as a male to gain the throne.

Colossi of Memnon - marks the site of the funerary temple of Amenhotep III. These two giant statues standing tall and proud on the West Bank are all that remain of the ancient complex.

- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Multilingual expert Egyptologist guide

Hot Air Balloon
    See the majestic view of the ancient city of Thebes like you have never seen before. Feel the serenity of floating above all while watching the sunrise on the horizon. I feeling like you have never felt before.

    Sail like a Pharaoh along the most famous river in the world. The source of life for many people and animals. Stopping at Banana Island to enjoy traditional tea, sitting amongst one of the oldest banana forests in Luxor.


Edfu was a flourishing city in Ancient Times. Today, the most important monument in the city of Edfu is the Temple of Horus, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful and preserved Temples in Egypt

Kom Ombo was the ancient city of Pa-Sebek (translated to mean the "home of Sabek"), the crocodile god. Crocodiles were worshipped in pre-dynastic times and the temple at Kom Ombo is dedicated to this Egyptian god. Of note concerning this temple is its unusual style. It is actually two separate temples joined on one side. One temple is dedicated to Sebek, the crocodile god, and the second to Haroeris, Horus the Great, the solar god of war. Sabek was the god of fertility who is believed to be the creator of the world.

Abu Simbel visit the impressive temples of Nefertari and Ramses II. They reflect the glory and grandeur of the new Kingdom. The Temple of Ramsses II was dedicated to the four universal gods Ptah, Re-Her-Akhtey, Amun-Re, and to Ramsses II himself. The great Abu Simbel temple is also called The Sun Temple of Ramssess II. The Temple of Queen Nefertari is also called the Temple of Hathor, who was the wife of the Sun God, so in a symbolic way, the two Temples, that of Ramsses II and that of Nefertari, bring Ramesses II, Nefertari, Hathor and the Sun God together as one.

Philae Island was a rocky island in the middle of the River Nile, south of Aswan. It was called in Hieroglyphic “Apo” which means Ivory. It was also known by the Greek “Elephantine”, most probably because it was an important centre of trade, especially for ivory. The Ancient Egyptians built a beautiful and magnificent temple on this island for the goddess Isis.

The High Dam of Aswan is a great project. In fact it was one of the most important achievements of the in the last century in Egypt, even for many years it was a symbol of the New Era of the Revolution of 1952. It provided Egypt with water and electricity and secured the country of the risk of the destructive inundation.

ALL THIS FOR THE SALE RATE OF   1990LE per person ... (child discounts apply).
(Standard adult price 2345LE)

**Excursions exclude entry tickets.

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