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luxor tours :Enjoy an unforgettable trip to Egypt’s most attractive and enchanting areas, including Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.
In Cairo, you will visit the Pyramids and Sphinx in Giza, and then the Egyptian Museum with all its rare artifacts and treasures.
In Luxor, the land of gold, and the largest place with live monuments and a complete civilization, ruins ruined buildings.
In Aswan, where the mystery of Pharaonic civilization meets the breathtaking beauty of nature, you will not want to sleep during the journey.
Every moment has its charm and beautiful memories that will not be easily forgotten.
Welcome to the pulsating centre of the universe.
It's a nation that's eager to welcome you and your loved ones with open arms.
From the moment you arrive at the international airport, you will be greeted with a grin and our agent will be there to assist you with all of your paperwork.
Because we requested it from the hotel ahead of time, your rooms will be ready when you arrive.
To begin tomorrow's journey to the world's most beautiful destinations, just put your bags away and enjoy the rest of your stay.
It's Grandeur's Day, and breakfast is on the menu. To start your journey off well, your hotel will provide a great breakfast to you.
Seeing the world's largest and most impressive archaeological buildings, the pyramids, is awe-inspiring.
The treasure is now waiting for you, but it hasn't been concealed. The Precious Treasure of Tutankhamun, a young Egyptian pharaoh, is on exhibit at the Egyptian Museum. The museum's other treasures reflect the tale of ancient Egypt and its beliefs.
Egypt's historic conflicts were protected by the Citadel of Salah Al-Din al-Ayyubi, one of the most important and spectacular strongholds of the Middle Ages.
The Makhmad Ali Mosque and other well-known museums, such as the Military Museum, are housed in this castle. The Military Museum has a large collection of vintage war instruments and models of troops and antique vehicles.
An unforgettable vista can be had from the castle's courtyard, where you can take in all of Cairo, as seen from the castle's apex.
After that, we'll explore El Khalili's stores, antiques, and gift sections, where you may pick up gifts for loved ones back home.
You don't have to worry about lunch since we'll take care of it. To wind down for the night, you'll return to your hotel with the help of your tour guide after a meal at a nearby restaurant.
Our day will begin with a hearty meal or possibly a breakfast box, depending on how soon we need to take a flight to Luxor.
Your guide and driver will transport you to the west bank of the Nile, where the ancient Egyptians buried their kings and queens, upon your arrival.
They saw the sun setting as a sign of impending 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.
Visit Luxor and Karnak, two of Egypt's most important temple complexes, together with the Avenue of Sphinx, a sacred path.
Temples dedicated 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.
We'll be back to Cairo today, but we won't forget your lunch, which will be a special barbeque meal during the visit.
To begin our adventure today, we'll have a light breakfast and then go to Edfu Temple, where our guide will meet us.
It will take us three hours of travelling to get to Aswan. Edfu and Com Ombo Temples will be visited during the three-hour period. We'll take a carriage to the Temple of Horus, Egypt's second-largest temple after Karnak, before we reach Edfu. The most complete temple in Egypt, it was also built under the Roman Empire. The temple's name, Edfu, is a fitting tribute to the temple's virtues. Horus, Osiris' son, utilised the winged sun symbol to destroy Set, the god of evil. This temple depicts and narrates the events of this chapter in extreme detail.
The temple of Com Ombo is next. This temple was built to honour two deities: Horus, the god of righteousness and justice, and Sobek, a deity revered in ancient Egypt for his mystical influence on all aspects of daily life.
Upon arriving in Aswan, a lunch will be included in the day's agenda so that you can end the day with plenty of energy and activities.
The High Dam and the Philae Temple are the highlights of our time in Aswan today.
During the twentieth century, Egypt's High Dam was the country's most significant structure.
Lake Nasser, Egypt's biggest man-made lake, was created as a result of the Nile's floodwaters being diverted to this primary source of energy production in Egypt.
All of us are going to the Philae temple, which is on the Nile's surface, so we'll use a speedboat to get there. The temple was protected from flooding before the High Dam was built and is now a popular tourist destination.
We will take you to Aswan airport now as your flight to Cairo is included with us.