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Luxor Excursion by bus – Marsa Alam, where the visit of Karnak temple, the Valley of the kings, the mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut and Colossi of Memnon, you can visit also alabaster factory on the west bank of Luxor, the lunch is included in one of the best restaurants of Luxor city.

Karnak Temple
Karnak Temple dedicated to the worship of God Amun Ra the main God of “Thebes” Luxor and the Holy Trinity. It contains a number of temples constructed throughout history from the 11th Dynasty in the Middle Kingdom until the first century BC.

After spending a great time at Karnak Temple, you will go to have the lunch at one of the best restaurants in Luxor.

Valley of the Kings
Upon arrival at the Valley of the Kings on the western bank of Luxor, the tour guide will explain the most important tombs of the region where the ancient Egyptian buried and hid mummies, treasures of kings of the New Kingdom.

Some of the old Egyptian industries are still inherited and you can learn more about the most famous industries through the time allotted for shopping.

The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
The funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the daughter of king Thutmoses the 1st, who ascended the throne after the death of her husband Tuthmoses the 2ed on behalf of the younger Thotomses the 3ed, also known as El Der EL Bahary.

The 2 Statues of Memnon
Tow monumental statues representing king Amenhop the 3ed of the New Kingdom stand in front of the remains of his funeral temple on the western bank for protection, and named after the Greeks during the Roman time according to the sound of whistling issued during the wind entering one of the cracks in the shoulder of one of the statues.

  • Transfers from/to the hotel
  •  Entrance fees of Karnak Temples
  •  Entrance fees of The Valley of The Kings area
  •  Entrance fees of Hatshepsut Temple
  •  Egyptologist guide
  •  Lunch
  • Fees of visiting the open museum in Karnk
  • Visits to the tomb of Tutankhamun and King Ramses the 5th and the 6th
  • Beverages