The Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor is one of the best excursions you can do while staying in Luxor, Egypt! We consider that the program is the most lovely one to have the best views of Luxor! It is an exciting sightseeing tour by hot air balloon in Luxor! Of course, we recommend this trip as a unique chance to have a look from the sky on Luxor! This unique chance allows tourists to see a large number of Ancient Egyptian attractions. Moreover, it provides the best views of the city. ONLINE BOOKING HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE LUXOR AND BEST PRICE!
During the Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor, you will have unique views of the city. These unique views exhibit Luxor’s beautiful temples and green fields found along the Nile River banks. In particular, in the western part of Luxor, you will see the Luxor Necropolis with lots of views over the temples and tombs. The temple of millions of years of Amenhotep III, the Medinet Habu, Ramesseum and the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut are among these temples you will see. While the Valley of Queens and the Valley of Kings are among the toms you can have a look on. Indeed, it is one of the holiday experiences that you will remember for a lifetime!
Highlights of Hot Air Balloon Ride Program in Luxor
- Also, 45 minutes ride on Hot Air Balloon.
Program of Hot Air Balloon Ride
- Start time and Pick-Up. Landious Travel representative picks you up from your hotel or Cruise boat, in Luxor, around 04:00 AM.
- Destination. Next, after picking up all comers, the minibus leaves towards the Nile marine. From the marine, you take the motorboat to the west bank.
- Breakfast. Noteworthy that we will serve you tea and coffee during the Nile River trip, on your way to the Western bank.
- Arrival point. As soon as you arrive at the Western bank, we escort you to the Hot Air Ballooning Airport where you are going to start your balloon ride.
Program in Western Luxor
- Ballooning. In Western Luxor, the trip starts. You will have an amazing ride for 45 minutes.
- Departure. Finally, our bus leaves back to the Nile marine, after such a program in the wonderful city of Luxor.
- End time. This “Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor” ends at approximately 06:00.
What does the Hot Air Balloon Ride Luxor Price include?
- 45 minutes ride in Hot Air Balloon, in the sky of Luxor.
- Motorboat to transfer to the West Bank.
- Flight certificate.
- Also, Transfer to Luxor, and back to the hotel.
What doesn’t the price of the Hot Air Balloon Ride include?
- Additional excursion programs if not included in the above program.
What to take with you for the trip?
- Also, Clothes for the season.
Booking Hot Air Balloon Ride Luxor Days
- Daily from 04:00 – 05:00.
- The Balloon ride takes off from 3:00 till 4:00 am in summer. While it takes off between 4.00 till 5.00 am, in winter. The ride lasts 45 minutes.
- Take-off will vary depending on sunrise time.
- Pick-up time, from your hotel, takes place 45 minutes before the take-off schedule.
What is Expected to See during the Hot Air Balloon Ride in Luxor?
Monuments in the eastern bank of River Nile
- Karnak Temple: The Temple of Karnak is the largest temple complex in the ancient world. It represents amazingly the combined achievement of many generations of ancient builders and pharaohs. Its ancient name Ipet-isut means “the most sacred of places”. Continuously, the building of this complex temple lasted over more than two thousand years. Also, it compromises three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples on 247 acres of land. Within the great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars.
- Luxor Temple: The Temple of Luxor was the centre of the most important festival – the festival of Opet. This festival was to reconcile the human aspect of the ruler with the divine office. This majestic Luxor temple was built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II and dedicated to the god Amun.
Monuments in the western bank of River Nile
- Valley of the Kings: Valley of the Kings is the place where the magnificent tombs exist. Professionally, the Ancient Egyptians carved those tombs deep into the mountain rock. Richly, the Ancient Egyptians decorated them and filled them with treasures for the afterlife. For example, this place homes tombs of ancient Egyptian kings e.g toms of the great pharaoh Ramses II, and Tutankhamen.
- Hatshepsut Temple: Hatshepsut temple, at El Deir El Bahary, is this impressive temple dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut – the only female pharaoh. Impressively, it rises out in the desert with a series of terraces. It merges with the sheer limestone cliffs that surround that temple. Additionally, It is one of the most beautiful & best preserved of all of the temples of Ancient Egypt.
- Also, Colossi of Memnon: Two massive mono stone statues of king Amenhotep III are the major remains of a huge mortuary temple.