At Luxor airport, your tour guide will be waiting you to meet and greet you first, then we will transfer you directly to the east bank of Luxor to witness the most famous historical attractions such as:
Karnak Temple complex was built to serve religious purposes, especially for the worship of Theban thread, God Amun, Mut and Khonsu.
Karnak temple was known in ancient Egypt as “the most selected Place”
And it is considered as one of the man-made largest religious places constructed.
After exploring Karnak temple, your lunch will be served at reputable Restraunt then we will drive you to check in your 5* hotel to take some rest, in the evening you will join to your tour guide to explore:
Luxor Temple by night:
The ancient Egyptians are known with their creativity in building their temples and Luxor temple one of the most remarkable temples they ever built!
The temple dates back to 1392BC located on the East bank of Luxor and it is dictated to deities Amun, Khonsu and Mut.
The construction of Luxor temple begun built by King Amenhotep III and finished by Pharaoh Tutankhamen.
Last but not least, we will drive you back to your hotel for the overnight
Enjoy your tasty breakfast at hotel, and then join to your tour guide to start your second day in your Luxor Short break by exploring the west bank of the Nile River starting by:
The Valley of the Kings:
The valley was a mass tomb of ancient Egyptians where the most rulers of ancient Egyptians buried such as Tutankhamen, Seti I, and other many kings and queens from different dynasties (from 18th to 20th dynasty)
More than 60 tombs in the valley filled with treasures which are the substantial symbol of this great civilization.
The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut:
The temple of Queen Hatshepsut located on the west bank of Nile River built by the fifth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty of the new kingdom of ancient Egypt, the temple was built for religious uses and also to reflect the conflict between queen Hatshepsut and her son in law Tuthotmosis III .
After exploring this distinctive temple we will transfer you to take your boat ride in the Nile River to have your tasty lunch meal before going to visit:
Colossi of Memnon:
Two huge statues made of limestone standing at 18 feet in tall at the entrance of King Amenhotep III temple.
The statues were built as a memorial for King Amenhotep III, his wife and his mother. Each statue weights about 1000 tons.
As an end of your second day, we will transfer you back to your hotel in luxor city for the overnight
Enjoy your breakfast in the morning and join to your Egyptologist tour guide to transfer you with air-conditioned vehicle to explore:
Dendra is a small town located 5 km south of Qena on the west bank of Nile River and it contains one of the most preserved temples from ancient Egypt “Dendra Temple Complex” which covers 40,000 sq. meters associated to god Hathor, the god of love and beauty.
Abydos temple or as it is known the temple of Seti I, the construction of the temple was begun by king Seti I and finished by his son King Ramses II. This temple is so distinct by its design and the beauty of decorations.it contains many mausoleums for the most popular pharaohs of ancient Egypt.
Lunch meal will be served at very good restaurant at Luxor before transferring you back to your hotel for the overnight
In the morning, after enjoying your breakfast, your tour guide will take you to complete your 4 days Luxor tour by exploring:
Valley of the Queens:
Valley of queens located on the west bank of Nile River, this is the place where the most queens and Childs if the royal families buried, there are more than 70 tombs dates back to different reigns of ancient Egypt and the most famous one is the tomb of queen Nefertari, the kings chose the site of valley of the queens because it is not known place and isolated.
In ancient Egyptian reliefs, it is believed that madinet Habu was the first place of the appearance of god Amun, the most impressive thing about this site that its decorations and original paintings still intact and I a good condition till the moment.
Dier El-medina was the settlement and the home for the workers, who established the royal tombs of the kings and queens in ancient Egypt, the word of Dier El-medina means in ancient Egypt the place of truth or the place of reality.
It is believed that it became as a Christian church during the Coptic Period.
Finally, we will transfer you back to Luxor Airport to take your flight to your home safely as an end of your 4 Days Luxor Tour-Luxor Short Breaks