Stunning Luxor Day Tour From Hurghada

Luxor Day Tour From Hurghada Will start by a visit to The Valley of the Kings in Luxor, where 63 tombs and 20 incomplete holes have been found. This is the royal burial site of Egypt’s new kingdom kings. A religious inscription that describes life in the hereafter adorned the royal tombs.

The wealthy Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt’s New Kingdom (c. 1550–1069 BC) were buried there, hence the name “Valley of the Kings,” which was located across the Nile from Thebes. However, this designation is not entirely correct because in addition to the king and other members of the royal family, many other non-royal, but extremely high-ranking, people were also buried here.


Then we’ll visit the well-known temple of Hatshepsut (c. 1473-1458 BC), the queen who ascended to power and became pharaoh, is located in Deir al-Bahari, on the west bank of Luxor. Three man-made terraces that gradually slope up toward the steep cliff face make up this amazingly spectacular structure. The goddess Hathor, who in ancient Egypt raised all rulers, including their mythological ancestor, the god Horus, revered the area of Deir al-Bahari. These mountains are where Stelae depicting Hathor emerging in the form of a cow are observed. This amazing geological feature has a peak that naturally resembles a pyramid.


Then we’ll move to The largest temple in the Theban Necropolis, the Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III, is encircled by two colossal stone sculptures of Amenhotep III known as the Colossi of Memnon (Arabic: el-Colossat or es-Salamat). Since they have been around since 1350 BC, they were well-known to early modern travellers, Egyptologists, Greeks, and Romans. The sculptures have 107 Roman Empire Greek and Latin inscriptions that date from between AD 20 and 250. The northernmost statue has numerous inscriptions, many of which are about the mythological Greek king Memnon, whom the statue was formerly incorrectly thought to depict.


Finally we’ll visit The Karnak Temple Complex, a large collection of crumbling temples, pylons, chapels, and other buildings, as our last stop. Construction of the complex began during Senusret I’s time in the Middle Kingdom and continued into the Ptolemaic Kingdom, despite the fact that the majority of its existing structures are from the New Kingdom. Ancient Egyptians referred to the region around Karnak as Ipet-isut (“The Most Selected of Places”), and the Amun-headed Theban Triad used it as their primary place of worship. It is a portion of the great city of Thebes, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List as a whole in 1979. The Karnak complex refers to the partially enclosed surrounding territory.


Book now and Enjoy Luxor Day Tour From Hurghada, travel to Luxor via Our EgyLuxorTours private A/C vehicles to explore Egypt’s ‘open-air museum’. Our EgyLuxorTours Egyptologist guide will tell stories along the way In your visit. Check This Luxor Article.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Hurghada
DEPARTURE TIME 7:00 am
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Pickup from your Hotel

At 7:00 am Pickup from your Hotel.
In the early morning our Egy Luxor tours professional tour guide will pick up you from your hotel at Hurghada via our private A/C vehicle for a wonderful trip to the ancient city of Luxor the world’s ancient heritage center and visit the most famous historical sites .

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Visit to the West Bank of Luxor & the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

Enjoy exploring the ancient Egyptian necropolis on the west bank of Luxor. Investigate The celebrated temple of Hatshepsut (c.1473–1458 BC), the queen who became Pharaoh, Is located here, in Deir al-Bahari.

It was Made up of three man-made terraces that gradually rise up toward the sheer cliff face, this structure Is truly a sight to behold.

The site of Deir el-Bahari was sacred to Hathor, The goddess who nursed, and reared every king, including their mythological ancestor, the god Horus, in Egypt’s primordial past.

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Visit to the Valley of the kings

We’ll proceed to enjoy a wonderful guided trip to the land of the dead, and where the sun sets and people journeyed the the after life!!  Explore the tombs of the Valley of the kings, which was calling in ancient Egypt, (pr n heh) which meaning the house of eternity! The Valley of the Kings is the ancient burial ground of many of Egypt’s New Kingdom rulers, the most famed collection of tombs. It includes 64 royal tombs dating back to the modern kingdom of Egypt. The most famous tombs In the Valley of the kings, Tutankamen’s tomb, The tomb of King Ramses VI, The tomb of king Seti 1st, and the tomb of king Hormehep.

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Visit to The Colossi of Memnon & Temple of king Amenhotep Ill

The colossi of Memnon are two massive stone statues representing Pharaoh Amenhotep III seated on Egypt’s throne, the two statues only remained from the great mortuary temple of the king Amenhotep. Then we’ll  visit Luxor Temple of king Amenhotep Ill and his sphinxes avenue .

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Visit to Karnak temple

Karnak temple is the largest religious center was dedicated to the cult of Amun_Ra the sun god for the ancient Egyptians, it is the most impressive sightseeing all over Egypt, it was considered to be a history book stating the history of Egypt from the middle kingdom until the Ptolemaic times.

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Tour Ends

At the end of the Tour ,Our team will take you back to your hotel in Hurghada.

The valley of the Kings in Luxor was the royal burial place of Egypt’s new kingdom rulers, 63 tombs and 20 unfinished pits have been discovered. The Royal tombs were decorated by a religious inscription, which describes the life in the afterworld. The Valley of the Kings, so named because it was where the kings of the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt's affluent New Kingdom (c. 1550–1069 BC) were buried, across the river from Thebes . This name is not totally accurate, though, as a number of non-royal, albeit very high-ranking, people were interred here in addition to the king and other members of the royal family. The East and West Valleys separate the Valley of the Kings. Given that the western valley only has a few graves, the eastern valley is by far the more famous of the two.  Near Deir al-Bahari, on the west bank of Luxor, is where the well-known temple of Hatshepsut (c. 1473–1458 BC), the queen who rose to power and became pharaoh, is situated. This edifice, which is made up of three man-made terraces that progressively slope up toward the sheer cliff face, is incredibly magnificent. The location of Deir al-Bahari was revered by the goddess Hathor, who in ancient Egypt nurtured and raised all kings, including their mythical progenitor, the god Horus. Hathor is seen emerging from these mountains in cow shape, Stelae bearing prayers to Hathor depict her . The summit of this magnificent geological formation has a naturally pyramidal appearance. The Mortuary Temple of Amenhotep III, the biggest temple in the Theban Necropolis, is surrounded by two enormous stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III known as the Colossi of Memnon (Arabic: el-Colossat or es-Salamat). They have existed since 1350 BC, and early modern visitors, Egyptologists, and the Greeks and Romans were all familiar with them. 107 Greek and Latin inscriptions from the Roman Empire, dating to between AD 20 and 250, are found on the sculptures. Many of these inscriptions on the northernmost statue pertain to the Greek mythological ruler Memnon, who the statue was then mistakenly believed to represent. Luxor Day Tour From Hurghada
Luxor Hatshepsut Temple - Egy Luxor Tours
Luxor Hatshepsut Temple - Egy Luxor Tours
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Luxor Valley of the Kings - Egy Luxor Tours
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Luxor Karnak Temple - Egy Luxor Tours
Luxor Karnak Temple - Egy Luxor Tours

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