The first thing in your tour is picking you up from your location in Luxor City whether it will be hotel or Nile cruise to witness magical Luxor highlights starting by:
Valley of the Kings:
It is famous as the Place of the truth regarding to the large number of tombs in it, the valley contains a lot of treasures and wonders that reveals most of secrets of the new kingdom Kings of ancient Egypt, with more than 63 tombs belongs to the most important rulers has been through all the dynasties of ancient Egypt such as Hatshepsut, Tutankhamen and the golden boy Ramses II. We will continue to visit:
Queen Hatshepsut temple:
The mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut was constructed to the purpose of honoring to one of the greatest pharaohs in the history of ancient Egypt and the god of the sun Amun. The temple of Queen Hatshepsut is considered the icon of the classic architecture in ancient Egypt consisting of three terraces above the land and cliffed into Dier el Bahrai.
Colossi of Memnon:
Colossi of memnon located in the west bank of Luxor , the two massive statues standing at 60 feet in tall at the entrance of Amenhotep III temple with two smaller statues carved below his feet one belongs to king Amenhotep wife and the other one belongs to his mother.
The name of colossi of Memnon came from a phenomenon happened by one of the statues after an earthquake.
Karnak temple dates back to 2055 BC around to 100 AD and it was dedicated to Theban triad of Amun, Khonsu and Mut, it was known in ancient Egypt as Ipet-Isu which means “the most selected place”, actually they meant that the complex was the most selected place for religious purposes and worships.
The hypostyle hall of Karnak temple complex consisting of 134 columns at 16,495 meters still the largest man-made religious place built ever!
Luxor temple located in the heart of Luxor city, and it dates back to eighteenth dynasty of the new kingdom around 1500BC.
The construction of the temple was done by two of the greatest Pharaohs, the oldest part Amenhotep III and the outer part of the temple built and finished by Pharaoh Ramses II.
At the end of your Tour to Luxor East and West Bank we will drive you back to your hotel or Nile cruise.