1. From Cairo: Overnight Tour to Luxor with Flights and Hotel
Cairo/Luxor Sightseeing Tours on Day 1 In order to catch your flight to Luxor, a Sun Pyramids Tours representative will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo in an air-conditioned modern vehicle. In Luxor, you will be joined by your own Egyptologist tour guide to visit the famous Karnak temple, the biggest place of worship ever constructed. Ipet-isut, it's The temple, or more accurately the complex of temples, was constructed over the course of more than two thousand years by successive pharaohs. The enormous "Hypostyle Hall," located within the complex, is an amazing forest of enormous pillars. Your tour guide will accompany you as you travel and stop for lunch at a high-quality restaurant. Your tour guide will accompany you as you visit the magnificent Luxor temple, which was built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II for rituals and festivals and is devoted to the deity Amun, after you have lunch at a high-quality restaurant along the road. After that, go to the Valley of the Kings, where the magnificent tombs were discovered. These tombs were carved deep into the desert rock, richly decorated, and filled with treasures for the pharaohs' afterlife. You will visit three tombs there. Then go to the West Bank of the Nile River, where you will be visiting the two colossal statues of Amenhotep III (Colossi of Memnon). Continue the excursion to El Deir El Bahary to see the Hatshepsut Temple. This magnificent temple honours the only female pharaoh, Queen Hatshepsut, and rises out of the desert plain in a series of terraces that blend with the surrounding sheer limestone cliffs. After eating lunch at a nearby restaurant, you will be taken to your hotel accommodation Luxor. Food: Lunch and Dinner. Day 2 : Cairo and Luxor Sightseeing Tours. You will be picked up from your accommodation by a representative of Sun Pyramids Tours to explore the historical sites. First, go 80 kilometres to Dendera to see the temple dedicated to the goddess of joy and love, Hathor. Next, go to The Mortuary, which is located in Dendera, a city to the north of Luxor. The Temple of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu is a significant Kingdom-period building in Egypt's west bank city of Luxor. The temple is most well-known as the source of inscribed reliefs representing the time of Ramsses |||, aside from its size, construction, and aesthetic significance.