luxor tours :The charming city of Luxor in southern Egypt, combines the beauty of nature, the simplicity of life, and the mystery of Pharaonic civilization.
On the west bank of the Great Nile River, there are nearly one-third of the ancient world’s monuments, with the Valley of the Kings, one of Egypt’s most important tourist destinations, where the legend of the curse of the Pharaohs was born with the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
As well as the Temple of Dandara, the largest temple discovered in all of Egypt, which is an architectural masterpiece that stood in the face of climatic factors and wars and has retained its elegance until now.
Once you've experienced it, you'll remember it for the rest of your life. We'll do everything it takes to prove that we're the best in the industry.
When you arrive, a member of our staff will meet you.
When you arrive in Egypt from your home country, our representative will be there to greet and assist you.
Additionally, he would be more than willing to help you at the airport if you need it.
Your next appointment will be scheduled when we review the itinerary with you.
With your guide and driver, we'll go to the west bank of the Nile, where Egypt's pharaohs and queens were buried.
They saw the sun setting as a sign of death. As a result, they chose to locate all of their burial sites on the west bank of the Nile.
After the tombs, we'll go to the temple of Hatshepsut, the only woman to rule Egypt in ancient times.
We'll come across two massive Memnon sculptures as we drive back, and we'll stop to snap some unforgettable shots with the two enormouss.
Before we return you to your hotel, we'll take you to a local grilled food restaurant for a delicious lunch.
The Avenue of Sphinx connects Luxor and Karnak, two ancient Egyptian temples situated east of the Nile.
Karnak temples devoted to the sun god Amun make up the largest temple complex in the world.
The Great Temple consists of about ten huge structures.
After seeing the great temple, we will take a tour of the holy road, the route of the gods, which is the recently opened road, the Avenue of the Sphinx, as it connects the temples of Karnak and Luxor.
Luxor Temple is the smaller of the two temples, but it is much more magnificent. A mosque was built on top of it and a part of the temple was preserved inside it after it was completely buried in the sand.
Lunch will be served at one of the area's best restaurants, which are known for their delicious food.
Breakfast in front of the endless Nile vista is possible, but hurry up and eat quickly since we're off to Dandara and Abydos today.
The Dendera Temple, located north of Luxor, is dedicated to the goddess Hathor, one of the most beautiful and significant goddesses among the ancient Egyptians.
This goddess represented the regeneration of life since she was a sign of dancing, music, and the sky.
This temple is regarded as one of the best maintained in the world.
We will leave immediately after breakfast towards the north of Luxor, where we will begin with this temple, the temple of the goddess Hathor.
Following our visit to Hathor, we will travel north to the temple of Abydos, which saw the love tale of Isis and Osiris more than 33 centuries ago.
The Temple of Abydos features some rare full-color pictures, and it was a site of religious holiness for the ancient Egyptians, who came here to confess and beg forgiveness from the god of resurrection and life, Osiris.
Because the tour will last the whole day, lunch will be included in the visit itinerary.
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