• Our first visit is to the Valley of the Kings (your visit includes 3 tombs). The royal necropolis of the Kings of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt, featured with their lasting colors, paintings, and decorations, has survived, to this day, in wonderful condition. The site includes the wonderful tomb of Tut Ankh Amun.
• The second visit of the day will be to the Valley of the Queens. The site is the burial location of the wives and the children of the Kings of the New Kingdom. Most famously, the necropolis features the tomb of Nefertari.
• Our next stop will be to the Colossi of Memnon, which contains the only remaining items of the large mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, thus named by the Greeks during the Roman era, because one of the statues hummed when air passed through its holes.
• Our next visit of the day is to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. One of the most charming mortuary temples of ancient Egypt, it was built during the reign of the 19th dynasty and features a marvelous two-floor design of terraces, the chapels of Hathour and Anubis, and the impressive statues of the queen.
• Our next visit is to the temple of Madinet Habu, the second largest temple built in ancient Egypt, and one of the most remarkably well-preserved Pharaonic monuments in Egypt.
• The last visit of the day is to the Necropolis of Deir El Madina. The necropolis is the burial area of the workers who constructed the royal tombs of the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of Queens, and many other mortuary temples in the West Bank of Luxor.
• By the end of the tour, guests will be transported back to their hotel in Luxor