From Hurghada: Tour to Luxor from Hurghada
If you remember reading about the city of Thebes – an ancient Egyptian city – then you’ll want to go on Tour to Luxor from Hurghada because Luxor is modern day Thebes and is filled with history dating back hundreds and thousands of years! An early morning at 05.00 am we will pick up from your Hotel in Hurghada by your guide from Egyptio and drive to Luxor about 3 hours. Once there you will visit the Valley of the Kings, the final resting place of Egypt’s rulers from the 18th to 20th dynasty, home to tomb of the great pharaoh Ramses II and boy pharaoh Tutankhamun. The famous Hatshepsut Temple, and the iconic Luxor Temple – three must see locations that are the pinnacle of Egyptian history!
You’ll also get the chance to see the Karnak Temples, which is a very complex temple that is essentially three smaller ones and sits on almost 250 acres of land! To top off your Luxor excursion you will also see the Colossi of Memnon. These gigantic statues tower over the land and stand with impressively and stoically alone at what was previously the entrance to Amenhotep’s tomb.
After the tour you will be transferred back to Hurghada.
Runs on: Every day except Friday
Pick-up time: 5:00 am
Departs from: Hurghada
Tour duration: 15 hours
Worth every penny! The guide was so knowledgeable and helpful. A tiring day but it wasn't just seeing the sights - temple of Carnack etc. It was the drive through Luxor which was an education and the unplanned boat trip on the NIle for 10 was brilliant. Egyptio Tours did us proud
We really enjoyed this tour. Our tour guide Ali was very knowledgeable and helpful. Because we had a small group, he was able to give us some options to enhance our experience. This was the highlight of our trip to Egypt!
Ein schöner Tagesausflug nach Luxor, bei dem alles gepasst hat. Die Anfahrt ist mit 4 1/2 Stunden hin und derselben Strecke zurück etwas langwierig, aber auf jeden Fall ist es den Besuch wert. Reiseleiter Mimo hat das Ganze sehr informativ und lustig gestaltet. Zum Schluss gab es noch eine kleine Nilbootsfahrt mit Besuch einer Bananenplantage und Sonnenuntergang am Nil. Daumen hoch!