On a private day tour to Luxor, you will get to know the city of palaces, the former city of the pharaohs: nowhere in Egypt are witnesses of the glorious past crowded in such abundance as here. Book the Luxor Day Trip and discover the city's cultural treasures with your private Egyptologist.
As a small village called Wasset, Luxor's history dates back to 2000 years BC. their beginning. Huge temples and immaculate works of art still bear witness to the size and power of ancient Thebes, the magnificent capital of a bygone world empire - a cultural and economic center at the same time.
Marsa Alam guests pay a 25€ per person transfer surcharge. El Quseir guests pay 15€ per person transfer surcharge
number of participants
price per person
|Private car||128 Euro p.p|
|3-4 persons||Private minibus||118 Euro p.p|
|5-6 persons||Private minibus||95 Euro p.p|
|7-8 persons||Private minibus|
89 Euro p.p
El Karnak Temple
Valley of the Kings
You will be picked up in the early morning and then drive in a modern, comfortable, and air-conditioned car via Safaga through the newly developed desert road about 225 km to the Nile Valley in Qena. Stop briefly at a rest stop along the way to use the restroom or stretch your legs. Then we drive to Luxor. (approx. 60 km), here on the densely populated country road you drive past many small and large towns and get to know the true simple life of Egypt. El Karnak Temple
The bus will take you to Thebes West, where you will enjoy a typical local lunch.
Valley of the Kings
After lunch, explore the world-famous Valley of the Kings with an interior tour of the Tombs of the Kings.
Terrace Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
Then drives to the Terrace Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the ruler for almost a generation, choosing a truly beautiful site for her terrace temple - a masterpiece of the time. An interesting place for photographers for great pictures.
Colossi of Memnon
The fairytale Colossi of Memnon are carved into the mountain massif above the Valley of the Kings. Remarkable are the still visible natural colors of the various wall paintings and reliefs, applied 3,000 years ago, which you can admire for yourself.