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Luxor full-day tour to the East & West Banks
  • Tour the West Banks of Luxor
  • Explore the best tombs of the pharaohs in the Valley of the Kings
  • Visit the spectacular Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
  • See the tombs of Nobles where you can see daily life scenes of ancient Egyptians.
  • Visit the workers village with the very colorful tombs of artists.
  • Enjoy touring Habu temple with its very deep carving and beautiful colors.
  • See the 2 Colossi of Memnon
  • Enjoy an Egyptian lunch at a local restaurant

You will tour the west bank of Luxor which is a big countryside mainly green places and small villages until you reach the mountains area where you will visit the archaeological sites including:

Valley of the Kings: The Valley of the Kings contains  62 tombs as it was used as a burial place for the kings of 18th, 19th  and 20th dynasties during the GOLDEN AGE  new kingdom period . Your visit includes entry into three tombs, however if you wish to see the tomb of Seti 1, the tomb of Tutankhamun or Ramses 6, there is an additional ticket cost.

* the tomb of Seti 1 is the biggest and the most colorful tomb in the valley of kings, it has been closed for long time and the Egyptian antiquities opened it November 2016

Temple of Queen Hatshepsut (El Dier El Bahari temple):
a very spectacular temple with a unique design, with three terraced courtyards where you see the beautiful paintings on limestone walls.

The tombs of the Nobles: More than 400 tombs were discovered in the valley of the nobles with mostly daily life scenes with very beautiful colors. Egyptologists got most of their knowledge about the ancient Egyptian from those tombs.

Workers village (Dier El Madina): The only ruins of the ancient Egyptian houses left behind in Luxor, with very different tombs than the kings tombs. Archaeologists have found more than 3000 Ostraca (stone was used to write on it) talking about how these people were living like.

These workers were making the famous colorful tombs of the valley of the kings. You can imagine how their tombs would look like!!!

Habu temple: The second biggest temple in Luxor after Karnak, and the most colorful to. Habu temple has the only ruins of a palace for the king Rameses III, mostly the temple was carved in very deep carving with some unique scenes.

The Colossi of Memnon: visit the Colossi of Memnon consisting of two massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III as guardians to the entrance to his memorial temple of millions of years.

Lunch: whenever you feel hungry you can get the taste of the Egyptian food in a local restaurant

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Transfers by air-conditioned bus
  • English-speaking Egyptologist guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch at quality local restaurant
  • Any other personal expenses
  • Drinks at the restaurant
  • Tipping (recommended)

Single: 80,- USD
2-3 pax: 55,- USD
4-6 pax: 49,- USD
7-10 pax: 38,- USD
11 + pax: Submit Request

*Prices are per person.

Starting at $ 38,-

Discover Luxor's greatest mysteries!

A unique experience taking you back to ancient history.