Private Full Day to visit The West Bank & East bank of Luxor’s ancient sites (7 – 9 Hours Approximately)

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7-9 hours
Max People : 40
Trip Summary

Enjoy the West Bank of Luxor and see most of the tourist attractions in Luxor characterized by its ancient history. Colossi of Memnon, Visit the Valley of the Kings & Queen Hatshepsut, after that we will have time to explore and See the dramatic monuments of Luxor’s East Bank Half-Day Private Tour, a private tour of Luxor Temple, and the Temple of Karnak. You’ll see art and architecture that stretch from the Middle Kingdom to the Ptolemaic dynasty, including the soaring, carved pillars in Karnak’s hypostyle hall, the avenue of sphinxes, and massive obelisks.

Departure & Return Location

Your chosen hotel in Luxor

Departure Time

At 08:00 AM

Price Includes

  • Expert English-speaking Egyptologist Guide
  • Entry fees to all mentioned sites
  • All Transfers by a modern vehicle with A/C
  • Lunch in an authentic local Egyptian restaurant overlooking Habu temple
  • Mineral water
  • All Taxes & Fees

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Drinks during Lunch
  • anything not mentioned at the itinerary


  • Valley of the Kings
  • Hatshepsut Temple
  • Colossi of Memnon
  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Temple
Additional Information
  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at the time of booking

(7 - 9 Hours Approximately)Private Full Day to visit The West Bank & East bank of Luxor’s ancient sites

Breakfast in your hotel, meet you at your hotel,  where your expert KEMET Egyptology English- speaking guide is waiting for you,  you’ll be picked up and start our day by visiting the archaeological sites of the ancient Egyptians on the west bank of the Nile including the Valley of the Kings where you will see the well-preserved tombs belonging to the kings of the new kingdom including the great ruler Ramses II and the child King Tut Ankh Amon, The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut it’s called “the Holy of Holies”. It is one of the best architectural buildings. It consists of three levels connected with each other by ramps and has different scenes on its walls depicting the divine birth of the Queen and her Commercial expedition to Punt Land. The temple is mainly dedicated to worshiping the supreme god Amon-Ra, and the Colossi of Memnon which are two massive statues representing King Amenhotep III in a seating Position). Lunch in an authentic local Egyptian restaurant overlooking Habu temple, then we’ll check in at our Djorff Palace Hotel on the west bank, rest for a few hours on your own way, time to enjoy the countryside of the hotel view, later at 16.00 pm with our expert KEMET Egyptology French speaking guide, you will visit the two massive temples on the eastern bank of the Nile. The first one is the Karnak Temple Complex which comprises a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings. The building at the complex began during the reign of Senusret I in the Middle Kingdom and continued into the Ptolemaic Period. It’s a vast open-air museum and the second-largest ancient religious site in the world. It’s mainly a place to worship the Theban triad (Gods Amon, his consort Mut, and their son Khunso), later at the early evening time enjoy the sunset in this legendary Temple and then head to visit The Second Temple Luxor Temple which is believed that one of the ancient Egyptian festivals was held inside the temple as there are different scenes on the walls representing the celebration of the festival. Its inner part was built by King Amenhotep III while the outer part was built by King Ramses II. After entering the temple, you will find a mosque called (Abu Al-Haggag) which was built on the ruins of a church which were built inside the temple. To the rear of the temple, there are chapels built by King Thutmosis III and Alexander the Great. Then back to your hotel – end of our services – (Lunch during the tour time overlooking Habu temple)