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Valley of Kings Luxor Trip Hurghada

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Luxor with the visit to the valley of the Kings is a special one-day trip. You can do this trip by bus from Hurghada. It will give you the possibility to see several attractions and sights. The Karnak Temple in eastern Luxor will be among the attractions you will see. In the western part of Luxor, you see the millions of years temple of Amenhotep III. Furthermore, you will visit the Valley of the Kings. There, you will see three tombs of the Ancient Kings of Egypt. Finally, you will see the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The price includes entrance tickets and lunch.

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The trip to Luxor is one of the best excursions you can do while staying in Hurghada, Egypt! This trip to Luxor city, with the visit to the Valley of Kings, is the most popular sightseeing one! It is a rich and informative excursion! We recommend the trip because it enables tourists to see a large number of Ancient Egyptian attractions: temples and tombs in Luxor. Besides, it allows you to get more familiar with the history of Ancient Egypt! ONLINE BOOKING LUXOR VALLEY OF KINGS HURGHADA AND BEST PRICE!

Highlights on Luxor & Valley of Kings Trip from Hurghada

  • Visit Karnak Temple in the City of the Living.
  • Lunch at a restaurant by the Nile River.
  • See the Colossi of Memnon in the temple of Amenhotep III.
  • The temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
  • Also, visit the Valley of Kings in the City of the Dead.

Excursion program in Luxor Tour

  • First of all, the Landious Travel representative will pick you up from your hotel, in Hurghada, around 04:00 AM.
  • Secondly, as soon as our representative picks all comers up, the minibus would leave for Luxor. It will pass the city of Safaga and Qena. The resort town of Safaga lies 45 miles south of Hurghada, on the Red Sea coast. However, the city of Qena is 220 km away in the Nile Valley. Accordingly, the way, from the centre of Hurghada to Luxor, will take about 5 hours.

Program in Eastern Luxor

  • Once you arrive at Luxor, we will show you the Karnak temple. This temple is dedicated to God Amun. It is the largest in Egypt and the whole ancient world. The Karnak Temple lies in the City of Living  – Eastern Luxor. In the temple, your guide will begin the explanation and give useful information. Then, the group will go inside the temple with this tour guide. Accordingly, your guide will show the frequently visited places in this large complex. Noteworthy that this complex contains different temples and buildings. In summary, your guide will have the task of showing you all these temples. Also, he/she will give you free time to take a picture.
  • Following the visit to the Karnak temple in Eastern Luxor, you will start a boat picnic across the Nile River. It is an additional program, and you can book it, in advance, through us! Once the boat picnic ends, you will find yourself located in Western Luxor – City of the Dead.
Program in Western Luxor
  • Consequently, in Western Luxor, the trip will continue with a see to the Colossi of Memnon. The Colossi of Memnon are two grandiose statues, that stand at the entrance in the temple of Amenhotep III. Further, your guide will show you these statues; and, then, he will give you the chance to take them a picture.
  • Additionally, the bus will head to the beautiful temple of Queen Hatshepsut. This is the awesome temple, located in Deir El-Bahari. The Ancient builders carved this three traces temple right into the rock. Around this temple, you will see all sorts of tombs and other temples. The temples of Thutmose ΙΙΙ and Amenhop Neb Hept Ra lies next to the temple of Hatshepsut. Once again, the Guide will give information and free time to investigate the place.
  • Before the end of the program in Western Luxor, you will visit the Valley of the Kings. It is so great in this place and interesting! Progressively, in the Valley of the Kings, you visit three tombs, which belong to the great pharaohs of Egypt.
Departure to Hurghada
  • Finally, our bus leaves back to Hurghada, after such a wonderful program in the city of Luxor.
  • This Excursion to Luxor with a visit to the Valley of the kings from Hurghada ends at approximately 21:00.

What does the Price of Luxor & Valley of Kings Trip Hurghada include?

  • Tickets for visiting temples.
  • Lunch.
  • Guide.
  • Also, Transfer to Luxor, and back to the hotel.

Tickets for visiting temples

Your guide will hand you the following entrance tickets:

  1. An entrance ticket for visiting the temple of Karnak.
  2. An entrance ticket for visiting the temple of Hatshepsut. Also, your guide will book you a ticket for the entertainment train you will move on inside this temple.
  3. Besides, an entrance ticket for visiting the Valley of the Kings. This ticket will enable you to get inside three tombs only.

Please, note that the entrance to the Temple of Amenhotep III is free. Also, you will see the Colossi of Memnon in this temple.

Lunch

The trip price includes lunch. This lunch will be at a restaurant by the Nile River. You will have an open buffet menu in this restaurant. Please, note that all drinks are for an extra charge.

Guide

We provide you with an excellent guide who speaks your language. He/She will be a certified tour guide.

Transfers

We will arrive at your hotel to pick you up with our air-conditioned bus. This bus will carry you to Luxor. Also, you will use it during the trip to Luxor and get back to Hurghada. Additionally, we provide two drivers for the trip.

What does not Program of Luxor & Valley of Kings Trip Hurghada Include?

  • The additional excursion programs if not included in the previously mentioned program.
  • Also, Drinks in the restaurant.

What to take with you for the trip?

  • Breakfast box.
  • Also, Clothes for the season.

Luxor & Valley of Kings Trip Hurghada Booking Days

  • Daily from 04:00 – 21:00.

What is Expected to See during the Luxor & Valley of Kings Trip Hurghada?

Monuments in the eastern bank of River Nile

  • Karnak Temple: It is the largest temple complex in the ancient world. Amazingly, it represents 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. It compromises three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples on 247 acres of land. 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: The valley of the Kings is the place where the magnificent tombs exist. Professionally, the Ancient Egyptians carved those tombs deeply into the mountain rock. They decorated them richly and filled them with treasures for the afterlife. The Valley of the Kings 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, the temple of Hatshepsut rises out in the desert with a series of terraces. It merges apparently with the sheer limestone cliffs that surround it. It is one of the most beautiful & best preserved of all of the temples of Ancient Egypt.
  • Besides, Colossi of Memnon: Two massive mono stone statues of king Amenhotep III are the major remains of a huge mortuary temple.

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1 review for Valley of Kings Luxor Trip Hurghada

  1. Ayshna Mukherjee

    This trip to Luxor is a very special one. This trip can once again be customized either by bus or by private car. The best part is one will get to see in one trip several attractions. To begin the trip the guide will pick you up from the hotel at 4 AM. The ride will take at least 5 hours to be completed. En route, it will be passing by the cities of Safaga and Qena. On arrival at Luxor, after a light breakfast, you will be visiting the Karnak Temple. This Temple is dedicated to the God Amun. The unique fact is that this temple is the largest in old Egypt which makes it fall under the category of a ” Must-See”. Your guide will give you a full brief about the history associated with this temple and then go along with you to the inside of the temple. We came to know from our guide that it has taken more than two thousand years to get completed. The great Hypostyle Hall is an amazing hall of huge pillars. Next, we visit the Temple of Luxor. It was the center of the festival of Opet. This is a majestic temple built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II dedicating it to God Amun. Everywhere your guide will be your photographer and you will get ample time to take pictures. This shows that the local people all want that the world comes and views their treasure trove of monuments and accordingly does their jobs perfectly. After this visit, you will get to see the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. This beautiful temple is located in Deir EL-Bahari. It is said to be the most beautiful temple in Egypt. Finally, before the end of the trip, we got to visit The Valley of the Kings! Were we getting to see three tombs of the three Pharaohs which makes this place so unique? On this trip, a break comes in the form of lunch which is served at a restaurant beside the Nile. The arrangement was an open buffet menu which was served. We also get to see the Colossi of Memnon which are two huge stone statues of King Amenhotep. For all of these visits, the guide will take care and hand over to you Entrance Tickets which was very much hassle-free. Very small points, but makes your visit much more pleasurable. Do visit and put this trip on your itinerary list.

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