Private Day Trip to Luxor from Hurghada

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Availability Every day
Duration 16 hours
Price From €40

Luxor Private Day Trip from Hurghada

– Private Egyptologist guide: English, French, German, Russian, Polish, Romanian.

Private Day Trip to Luxor from Hurghada Itinerary:

  • Departure from the hotel around 5:00 am. (exact time will be announced after booking; the road to Luxor is about 4 hours).
  • Arriving to Luxor:
  • City of the Living:
    — Visit to the Karnak Temple.
    — Sacred lake — scarab beetle.
  • Crossing the Nile by boat.
  • Lunch at a cafe on the banks of the Nile (buffet).
  • City of the Dead:
    — Visit to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut.
    — Visit to the Colossi of Memnon.
  • It is possible to extend the tour itinerary by visiting Valley of the Kings or Valley of the Queens or Dendera Temple Complex.
  • Boat trip to Banana Island (optional, for an additional fee).
  • Return to the hotel around 21:00 (times may vary).
Tour Availability:

– Every day from 5:00 to 21:00

Private Day Trip to Luxor from Hurghada Price:

Price:

– 2 Person: €180 (Private car)
– 3 Person: €200 (Private car)
– 4 Person: €240 (Private mini van)
– 5 Person: €260 (Private mini van)
– 6 Person: €280 (Private mini van)
– 7 Person: €300 (Private mini van)
– 8 Person: €320 (Private mini van)

– If 8 Person are traveling, the cost per person is €40.

– It is possible to extend the tour itinerary by:
– Visiting the Valley of the Kings +€10 per person
– Visiting the Valley of the Queens +€5 per person
– Visiting Dendera Temple Complex +€10 per person

– Prices are valid only when booked in advance.

Included in the price:

– Private transportation from and to Hurghada by a private AC tourist vehicle.
– Private Egyptologist guide: English, French, German, Russian, Polish, Romanian.
– Lunch.
– Crossing Nile by Felucca.
– Entrance fees (Temple of Karnak, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon).

Not included in the price:

– Optional Nile boat trip to Banana Island (€10).
– Drinks during lunch.
– Entry fees of Tutankhamun Tomb in the Valley of the Kings (optional €15).
– Personal expenses.
– Round Trip Transfer from (Makadi Bay, Sahl Hasheesh) Hotels extra charge €5 per person.
– Round Trip Transfer from (Safaga , El Gouna , Soma Bay) Hotels extra charge €10 per person.

Take with you:

Water, a photo passport on your phone, dry rations (ordered in advance at the hotel reception), warm clothes (in the bus air conditioning in winter), a tourist pillow, comfortable shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, money for the tour and minor expenses, power bank to charge the phone.

Private Day Trip to Luxor from Hurghada 2024

Private Day Trip to Luxor from Hurghada will offer a golden entrance leading inside the heart of a living miracle to feel the magical touch of the gods in this majestic city of Luxor. All our guests will get to discover all the colossal wonders of the holy city of Luxor which include the Karnak temples Complex, Hatshepsut temple, Valley of the kings, and various more. With our Luxor day trip from Hurghada, our clients will get inside the city of a thousand gates and explore the ancient Egyptian architecture in its finest form showcasing the vast heritage of ancient Egyptian culture while enjoying the excellent services of a skilled tour guide and a relaxing A/C Vehicle presented from Coral Tours the best travel agency in Hurghada. Everyone will get a glimpse of the purest form of ancient beauty which is waiting for you, so book now and make every moment count.

Karnak Temple:
The gigantic building of Karnak Temple’s construction process started back when Senusret I used to rule Egypt. The vast space surrounding Karnak used to serve as the worship headquarters of the eighteenth Dynastic Theban Triad. The enchanting complex of the landmark is dealt with as a spacious open location that contains the Karnak Open Air Museum.

Temple Of Hatshepsut:
The Temple of Hatshepsut serves as a great mortuary temple that belongs to the Eighteenth Dynasty, within Hatshepsut’s reign. It was built so that one of its axes received Amun-Re’s barque and the other axis embodied the cycle of the pharaoh.

Colossi Of Memnon:
Colossi of Memnon is a hypnotizing monument you’ll come across during your day trip from Hurghada to Luxor by plane. The Colossi welcome double colossal stony sculptures as a dedication for the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, the ruler of Egypt’s Eighteenth Dynasty.

Valley Of The Kings:
The Valley of the Kings has a massive stretching history of more than 500 years old. It was privileged for holding piles of unique treasures since its first construction. It’s an immensely gracious valley that shelters a massive number of tombs that were excavated over a long period of time.

Dendera Temple Complex:
With Pepi, the glorified pharaoh, building Dendera Temple Complex, numerous tales have been told about it from the Eighteenth Dynasty, 2250 BC to 54 BC. Since the temple was first sculpted, it’s been popular for the abundance of engraved paintings that deliver treasured events in Cleoparata’s life, back-to-back with the Ptolemy Dynasty. Gifting it to Hathor was for honoring her, as being one of the most worshipped deities back then.

The valley of The Queens:
The Valley of the Queens, also known as Biban el-Harim, Biban el-Sultanate, and Wadi el-Melikat, is a place in Egypt where wives of Pharaohs were buried in ancient times. In ancient times, it was known as Ta-Set-Neferu, meaning – ‘the place of the Children of the Pharaoh’, because along with the Queens of the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties (1550-1070 BCE) many princes and princesses were also buried with various members of the nobility. One of the most well-known tombs is that of Nefertari, the best-loved of Ramesses II’s numerous wives. In her honor, he built a beautiful temple at Abu Simbel.

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