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For 4 days, a special network will broadcast to Luxor from Luxor Temple, Karnak, Karnak Egypt, Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatshepsut Temple, Heshon Statue. Medinet Habu Temple, Valley of the Queens, Valley of the Nobles, Dendera and Abydos Discover ancient Thebes.

Children Policy:

0 - 01.99 Free of Charge
2 - 05.99 pay 25% of tour price
6 - 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
12+ pay full tour price as per adult person.

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Day 1 - Karnak Temple and Luxor Temples

In the morning, we will pick you up from your hotel in a private air-conditioned vehicle that will take you to Luxor for an overnight flight to Luxor from your accommodation. Upon your arrival you will meet your private tour guide who will join you here:

Karnak Temple Karnak Egypt 360:

    Karnak Temple There is no site in Egypt more impressive than the Karnak Temple. It is the largest temple complex built by man on discovery and represents the achievements of many generations of ancient expeditions and pharaohs. Karnak Temple Karnak Egypt 360 is actually three temples, two smaller enclosed temples, and two outdoor temples located on 247 acres of land.

Luxor temple:

   Luxor Temple is the center of the most important festival, the Feast of Opet. It has been compensated so far by up to 3 Ramesses II, the crop of which is a cult setting. The goal was to reconcile the two extremes of ruler and divine office.
Breakfast will be served at the local restaurant in Luxor.

In the evening you can choose the Internet Sound and Light Show at Karnak Karnak Egypt 360: The show begins with an introduction to the administration covering the birth of the city of Thebes and the establishment of Karnak Temple Karnak Egypt 360. It narrates the achievement of new achievements for some of the great pharaohs while you enjoy a wonderful and poetic description of the artistic treasure and heritage that characterizes Karnak Temple Egypt 360.
Between its clarity in Qasr al-Nil Luxor or Sonesta George.


Day 2 - Valley of the Kings

Early morning, we will pick you up from your hotel in  El Quseir  by a private A.C. Car to be transferred to  Luxor  for an overnight trip to  Luxor  from  El Quseir  . Upon arrival you will meet your private tour guide who will join you to visit:

Valley of the Kings:
   The Valley of the Kings is the final resting place of Egypt's rulers from the 18th Dynasty to the head of the family, and is home to tombs including the great Ramesses II and the musical pharaoh Tutankhamun.
It includes tombs filled with all the necessary services that a ruler may need in the next world. Things are still well preserved inside the tombs.
Hatshepsut Temple:
It is one of the most beautiful and best preserved temples of ancient Egypt. The work is built on three levels of two broad slopes in a central location that connect to a large degree.
Statue of Menon:
Two huge giant survivors of King Mahotep III are the only remains of the complete mortuary temple.
It was transported 700 kilometers to Luxor

Valley of the Queens

The Valley of the Kings, also known as Biban Al Harem, Biban Sultanate, and Valley of the Mallikat, is a place in Egypt where the wives of the pharaohs were buried in ancient times. It was known in ancient times as "Ta Set Neferu", meaning "the place of existing elements", because in addition to the queens of the 18th, 19th and 20th dynasties (1550-1070 BC), there were many princes and costumes. They were also buried with various members of the nobility. One of the most famous tombs is that of Nefertari, the best-loved of Ramesses II's wives. In her honor, he recites his devotions in Abu Simbel.

Breakfast will be served at a local restaurant in Luxor, and overnight in Luxor.


Day 3 - Deir el-Medina, Ramesseum and Habu Temple

In the morning, we will pick you up from your hotel in a private air-conditioned vehicle that will take you to Luxor for an overnight flight to Luxor from your accommodation. Upon your arrival you will meet your private tour guide who will join you here:

Medinet Habu Temple:

      Medinet Habu known as Gant in the ancient universe for ancient belief was the place where Amun first appeared. Both Hatshepsut and Thutmose III established the cult tradition dedicated to Amun here, and later Ramesses III, whose great temple was erected on the site.


The Ramesseum, mortuary temple of Ramesses II (1279-13 BC), on the west bank of the Nile at Thebes in Egypt. Nicknamed the 57-meter-tall (17 metre) statue of Ramesses II (of which only fragments remain), the confession was made of the god Amun and the deceased king. The walls of the Laramium, of which only about half survive, are decorated with reliefs, including conceivable scenes of the Battle of Kadesh, the Syrian Robe, and the Festival of Min.

AL Madinah AL Munawwarah

   The main cemetery of the royal workers at Deir el-Medina is located to the west of the Theban Hills resort. Most of the tombs were built during the Nineteenth Dynasty. Many of them are interesting and have great decor. But during the era of the Yellow Dynasty, the cemeteries did not reach family cemeteries in which their original descendants were buried. New floods were created by the addition of another underground burial chamber. Katarat al-Taqif of the eastern hill of Qarnet Marai was a burial site for children and infants. More than a hundred children were buried in cup pottery bowls or amphorae, or in baskets, or even cooking baskets, or in, or in tombs there. The poorest burials were those of stillborn children. They contained no jewelry or amulets, but only small bowls filled with food for the afterlife. Good grave area located in higher places. Many of these tombs date back to the 18th Dynasty
Dinner during the tour.

Among the arrivals, the clearest is in Luxor.

Day 4 - Dender and Abydos

Continue from your hotel in Luxor and head to the Temple of Dendera

Dendera Temple

During the late Ptolemaic period, the Temple of Hahor was built, specifically during the reign of Ptolemy XII and Cleopatra the Seven. Additions were added during the new period. Although this penalty was exacted by a line of rulers who did not come from the original Egyptians, the design of this was found to respond with that of other temples, as it introduced the Hypostyle Hall, which, by its own right, the inscription above the entrance was built by the Emperor Tiberius.

Considering this, there is also an influence on the compensation complex that the Ptolemaic rulers envisioned. For example, a huge inscription is engraved on the outer face and not only does it represent Cleopatra's seven years with Julius Caesar and co-ruler Ptolemy XV (known as Caesarion). And two Ptolemaic rulers and Egyptian gold with offerings.

Horus was also considered a goddess of healing, and this is clearly demonstrated by the presence of a sanatorium in the sick complex. Here pilgrims come to be healed by the goddess. Holy water (which was sanctified by pouring it over a wine based on sacred texts) was used for bathing, and ointment was distributed by the priests of Hathor, and places were made available for those who wished the goddess to appear in their dreams, so they assisted them.

Head to Abydos Temple from Dendera Temple
Abydos Temple

   The Holy City of Idosdos is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in ancient Egypt, as it is the site of ancient temples, including the Amaba, a royal cemetery where the first pharaohs were buried. These tombs began to be seen as burial sites of very great importance, and in later times it became common for them to be buried in the area, increasing the city's importance as a site of worship.
It does not exist today in the legendary temple of Seti I, which contains an inscription from the Nineteenth Dynasty known to the modern world as the Eidos List of Kings. They are included in the ranking classification, and the cartouches of most Egyptian pharaohs from Menes to Ramesses I, Seti's father, will remain. The Great Temple of the Old City is buried under buildings north of Temple City. Many of the original species and artifacts she studies are considered unrecoverable and lost; Perhaps a lot has been taken advantage of due to new construction.

Edosdos is located a two-hour drive north of Luxor, and is one of the most important religious sites for the ancient Egyptians. While modern Muslims had to perform the Hajj at least once in their lives, the ancient Egyptians wanted to visit Abydos, which had to do with entering the afterlife.

Although there are many temples that were destroyed here, the largest and most important is known as the Temple of Seti I. He was Seti I and Ramesses II the Great, whose tomb was completed after his death.
Coming to power after only 30 years of Akhenaten's heretical rule, known as the Amarna Period, Seti I sought to restore faith in the pre-Amarna temple of the gods whose weapon Akhenaten had sought. As a result, the one he built contains small tombs dedicated to each of the major gods: Ptah, Ra-Horakhet, Mon-Ra, Osiris, Isis, and Horus, and also one for Seti himself. Much of the author's community no longer exists, including the edifice of the first volunteers, so entry can be gained by stepping into the hypostyle hall. Many of the interior wall-reliefs are well preserved, and the hand-reliefs at the back of the corpses, of which were completed in the reign of Seti, are among the finest hand-reliefs in any temple in all Egypt. Result for your hotel in El Quseir.



  • 3 Nights Accommodation at 5* hotel with breakfast.Nile Palace or Sonesta st George
  • Tour to Hatshepsut Temple, Valley of the Kings &Valley of Queens
  • Tour to Karnak Temple & Luxor Temple.
  • Tour to Habu Temple, Valley of Nobles & Deir el Madina
  • Tour to Dendera and Abydos
  • English speaking professional tour guide.
  • Shopping through famous Bazaars.
  • The assistance of our personal during tours
  • Bottled water during your trip.
  •  Pick up services from your hotel & return.
  •  Lunch at a local restaurant(  vegetarian food is available)
  • Entrance fees
  •  All transfers by air-conditioned vehicle


  • Any extras
  • Personal expenses
  • Sound and light show
  • Tipping
  • Dinner in the hotel

Please remember to bring:

  •  Hat sunglasses
  • Suncream
  • Copy of passports
  • Breakfast
  • We advise you to order a breakfast box from the hotel because of the early departure




What is Luxor and Aswan famous for?

Luxor and Aswan are two cities in Upper Egypt known to be home of intact ancient Egyptian temples that date back almost 4,000 years ago.

How to see Luxor and Aswan?

Cruising the Nile River is the most popular option, but you can also drive or take the train between these two cities. If you choose to drive between Aswan and Luxor, you have the option to add on three important sites: Kom Ombo, Edfu and Esna. It takes just a few hours to drive between Aswan and Luxor.



  • Luxor temple
  • Karnak temple
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Queen Hatshepsut temple
  • Colossi of Memnon
  • Madinet Habu Temple,
  • The Ramsseum temple
  •  Deir El Madina 
  •  Valley of The Queens
  • Dendera temple
  • Abydos temple
* Family And Group Have a Special price


4 Days-3 Nights




Every day
 Pick Up:



  1. Quseer
  2. PM93+X65, Karnak, Luxor
  3. Luxor
  4. PJ92+R8Q, Al Bairat, Luxor
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