• The first visit of the day will be to the Luxor Temple, constructed mainly during the reign of the 18th and the 19th dynasties in the 22nd and the 23rd centuries BC. The Luxor temple is one of the finest ancient Egyptian temples. The temple was once linked to the Karnak temple, which is located two kilometers away.
• Our next visit of the day will be to the huge Temple of Karnak. Constructed over a period that exceeds 1,300 years, the Karnak temple with its vast surface area and huge structures is the largest and greatest pharaonic monument in Egypt.
• Our next visit of the day will be to Valley of the Kings, the royal necropolis of kings of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt, featured with their lasting colors, paintings, and decorations, which all survived in a wonderful condition until today, including the wonderful tomb of Tut Ankh Amun.
• The next visit of the day will be to Valley of the Queens, the burial location of the wives and children of the kings of the New Kingdom, with the tomb of Nefertari being the most famous in this ancient necropolis.
• Our next stop will be to Colossi of Memnon, the only remaining items of the large mortuary temple of Amenhotep III. They were named Memnon by the Greeks due to the fact that one of the statues used to hum during the Roman period when the air passed through their holes.
• Our last visit of the day will be to Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most charming mortuary temples of ancient Egypt. Built during the reign of the 19th dynasty, this temple is featured with its marvelous design that depends on two floors of terraces, the chapels of Hathour and Anubis, and impressive statues of the queen.
• By the end of the tour, guests will be transported back to their hotel in Luxor