Explore our fancy Tours from Hurghada to Luxor and join Overnight Luxor tours from Hurghada, visit Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple in the East Bank of the Nile. Experience the West Bank of the Nile, Scout Hatshepsut temple, Valley of the Kings, and the Colossi of Memnon. It is such an incredible Overnight Luxor tours from Hurghada.
|From 2 to 3 pax||310$|
|From 4 to 7 pax||225$|
|Small Group From 8to 13 pax||190$|
|Medium Group 14To19 pax||170$|
|Big Group 20 To45 pax||165$|
|Child from 0 To 5.99 Years||Free|
|Child from 6 To 11.99 Years||110$|
United Guides Travel representative will pick you up from your hotel in Hurghada. Enjoy Hurghada To Luxor Day Tour driving along the coastal road. Then, drive through the Eastern desert till you hit the towns and villages on the way to Luxor from Hurghada. Enjoy a view that will feast your eyes with different scenes and tell you more about the Egyptian people and their traditions. The drive will take about 4 hours.
Once you arrive at Luxor city, your tour guide will accompany you and escort your journey. Start your day in Luxor by visiting the East Bank, watch the glory of the gigantic Karnak temple, the largest place of worship that was ever built. It was called Ipet-isu or "The most select of places" in the middle kingdom, it contains a mix of ruined temples, pylons, chapels, and other buildings.
Then, move to the nearby Luxor temple, Which dedicated to God Amun, and was the focus of one of the most important religious festivals in ancient Egypt – the annual Opet Festival.
Lunch will be served at Local Restaurant, transfer to your hotel in Luxor and overnight.
Once You wake up, relish your breakfast at Luxor hotel. Drive across the glorious Nile river to Luxor West Bank, where you will get to experience the heritage and history at the Valley of The Kings, which form the cliffs in the valley and the nearby Deir el-Bahri. Valley of the Kings Luxor was the burial site of almost all the kings (pharaohs) of the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties.
Then, move to Hatshepsut Temple, hear the story about the great Hatshepsut king was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was the second historically confirmed female pharaoh. Her name means "Foremost of Noble Ladies" watch the Colossi of Memnon, two monumental statues representing Amenhotep III (1386-1353 BCE) of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt, yet named after Aga Memnon of Macedonia. You can also see an Alabaster factory and Papyrus Museum to learn more about these authentic souvenirs in the city.
After the West Bank tour, you will relax and enjoy your lunch at a high-quality local restaurant.
Finally, drive with an air-conditioned vehicle back to your hotel in Hurghada.
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