Luxor Tours

See Rameses and Tutankhamun Laid to Rest in Luxor Tours, the city on the east bank of the Nile River in Egypt.  Luxor was the old capital of Egypt, Thebes, was on the West bank of the Nile, that is where most of the tombs and ruins are. Luxor is often called the world’s greatest open-air museum, but that comes nowhere near describing this extraordinary place. Nothing in the world compares to the scale and grandeur of the monuments that have survived from ancient Thebes.

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2 Days 1 Night Travel Package to Aswan and Luxor
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Egypt Travel package to Aswan & Luxor for 2 Days 1 Night visiting the top attractions that include the High Dam, Philae Temple, Abu Simbel, Luxor and Karnak Temples

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2 days Scheduling Private Tour Cairo
Day Trip to Luxor From Cairo by Air
502 reviews

Fly to Luxor with Egypt Tours Excursions for the day to see Luxor’s best sites in one day. Visit Karnak ,Temple on the East bank and see the Valley of the Kings.

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1 days Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
Full Day East & West Banks in Luxor
490 reviews

Visit East & West Banks in Luxor which include the Valley of the kings, The temple of Hatshepsut in West bank, and the temples of Karnak and Luxor!

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11 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
Private Overnight Stay in Luxor from Cairo by Flight
445 reviews

Enjoy a fabulous private overnight tour to Luxor from Cairo.Visit Luxor and Karnak Temples then Valley of Kings,Hatshepsut Temple and Colossi of Memnon.

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2 days Scheduling Private Tour Luxor
8 Day Cairo & Luxor Tour Including 4 Night 5* Nile Cruise
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8 Days and 7 Nights from Cairo to Luxor with 4 nights aboard a 5* all inclusive cruise ship sailing the amazing river Nile!

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8 days Scheduling Shared Tour Cairo
5 Day Nile Cruise to Luxor & Aswan From Hurghada
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Journey to Luxor for 5 day cruise on the River Nile. Visit the beautiful Karnak and Luxor Temples,the famous Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple,Kom Ombo, Edfu and Philae

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5 days Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
7 Day Cairo Treasures & Nile River Cruise
375 reviews

4 Nights in 4* accommodation plus 3 nights onboard our luxury cruise boat on the River Nile! See The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World plus many more magnificent sights!

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7 days Scheduling Semi-Private Tour Cairo
Private Full Day Cairo to Luxor Tour with Return Flights
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Enjoy a fabulous private full-day tour to Luxor from Cairo. Visit Luxor &Karnak Temples, Valley of Kings and Hatchepsut Temple.

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12 hours Scheduling Private Tour Luxor
Day Trip to Luxor from Hurghada
298 reviews

Fancy something completley different! Well why not leave Hurghada behind for the day and enjoy a historical trip to the beautiful city of Luxor

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1 days Scheduling Private Tour Luxor
Full Day Guided Tour of the East and West Banks From Luxor
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Experience the journey to Luxor, the world's largest open-air museum situated in the east and west bank of Nile River. Behold the royal tombs & pharaonic temples!

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8 to 9 hours Scheduling Private Tour Luxor
2 Days Tour to Cairo & Luxor from Marsa Alam by air
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Take a flight from Marsa Alam to enjoy a fantastic 2-day tour to Cairo and Luxor. Visit Giza Pyramids and Sphinx, Egyptian Museum in Cairo and the famous landmarks in Luxor.

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2 days Scheduling Private Tour Cairo
2 days Tour to Cairo and Luxor from Hurghada by Flight
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Amazing two-day private guided tour from Hurghada to Cario and Luxor. Visit the Giza Pyramids and Sphinx and the Egyptian Museum. Then onto Luxor to explore its famous sights

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2 days Scheduling Private Tour Cairo
9 Day Cairo to Sharm El Sheikh Luxury Tour
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3 Days exploring Cairo followed by 3 days aboard the Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor and 2 days at your own leisure to enjoy the amazing Sharm!

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9 days Scheduling Shared Tour Aswan
11 Day Red Sea & Nile River Cruise
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On this amazing 10-night itinerary not only will you cruise the Nile where you will see some amazing sights but also relax on the beaches of Hurghada.

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11 days Scheduling Shared Tour Cairo
Luxor 5-Day & 4-Night 5-Star Cruise on the Nile to Aswan
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Admire the antiquities along the Nile River on this memorable 5-day, 4-night cruise from Luxor to Aswan cruise. Sail by deluxe Nile river cruise ship and enjoy guided visits

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5 days Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
Sound & Light Show In Luxor With Museum Visit
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In the evening see the sound & light show in Karnak temple. Visit Luxor museum and browse its collection of Egyptian Golden Age artefacts.

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3 hours Scheduling Semi-Private Tour Luxor
Half Day East Bank Karnak & Luxor Temples
187 reviews

Half-day Tour of the highlights in the east bank of Luxor! The Karnak & Luxor temples. Visit the largest religious site in the world!

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5 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
MS Amoura Dahabiya Nile Cruise 4 Days
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Take a journey on the Nile on board the MS Amoura River Yacht. Each of the cabins comprises of Panoramic Window where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery as you glide along.

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4 days Scheduling Shared Tour Aswan
Nour El Nile Dahbaiya Cruises
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Relax and enjoy the beauty of the Magical Nile on board the Nour El Nile Dahabiya Cruise. Explore the Ancient sites between Esna and Aswan as you sail in comfort.

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6 days Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
Full Day Guided Denderah & Abydous Tour in Luxor
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Visit Dendera Temple is located about 50 KM north of Luxor and 4 KM from the River - See structures from different periods of Egyptian history!

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8 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Luxor
Karnak Temple
1 Ipet-isu, The Temple of Karnak, is a city of temples built over two thousand years dedicated to the triad of Mut, Khonsu and Amun. The biggest religious building every built on over 200 acres it was a place for people to worship the Gods. The great temple is at the heart of Karnak and is quite a sight to see. On an escorted private tour you will see in awe the magnificent construction and wonder how did they do it?    
Valley of the Kings
2 Egypt guided private tours visit all the major attractions including the famous Valley of The Kings. For over 500 years in the 11th to the 16th-century tombs were built for nobles and kings. On the west bank of the Nile near Thebes, the two valleys are spectacular and breathtaking. Home to the tomb of one of the most famous Pharos in Egyptian history Tutankhamun; this should be on your tour list.    
Luxor Temple
3 The modern town of Luxor is the site of the famous city of Thebes (Waset, in ancient Egyptian), the City of a Hundred Gates. Take a guided private tour and see why many archaeologists believe Luxor temple to be one of the most valuable monuments of antiquities in the world. From the Luxor Temple to the Valley of the Queens this is a vast tourist attraction so take some time and plan your tour well.    
The Temple of Hatshepsut
4 The Temple of Hatshepsut near steep cliffs facing the desert hills, the light coloured, nearly white, sandstone of the temple standing on conspicuously against the gold yellowish to light brown stone behind. The temple complex is laid out on three terraces rising from the plain, connected by ramps, which split it into a north and a south half. On a private tour you will be awestruck at its beauty. 
Medinet Habu
5 With the famed Valley of the Kings and Temple of Deir al-Bahri the primary attractions, Medinet Habu is frequently overlooked in the West Bank excursion. However, this is certainly one of the most attractively adorned temples of Egypt and should be on any West Bank hit list. The complex consists of the great Temple of Ramses III, connected with a noble palace that has been encompassed by enclosure walls a must see private tour. 
The Colossi of Memnon
6 Besides the road that runs towards the Nile from the Valley of the Queens and Medinet Habu are the famous colossal sculptures known as the Colossi of Memnon? Carved from tough yellowish brown sandstone quarried in the hills above Edfu. On a guided tour see how they symbolise Amenophis III once stood guard at the entry to the king's temple, of which only tiny traces are left, and seated on a cube-shaped throne.
7 The great mortuary temple dedicated to Amun and built by Ramses II and lies south of Deir el-Bahri. It's still an incredibly remarkable monument although only around half the first construction has survived. Throughout the Ancient Rome Imperial period, it was later immortalised by the English poet Shelley in his poem Ozymandias and was known as the Grave of Ozymandias mentioned by the historian Diodorus just beautiful.
Valley of the Queens
8 The tombs in the Valley of the Queens mainly belong to the 19th and 20th dynasties. A total of nearly 80 graves are known, almost all of them excavated between 1903 and 1905. A lot of the graves are without ornamentation and bare, resembling just caverns in the stone. The Valley of the Queens is the most well-known for the Tomb of Queen Nefertari. The tombs in the Valley of the Queens is the real highlight of the private tours of Luxor.
Mortuary Temple of Seti I
9 The mortuary temple of Seti I is devoted to Amun and also to the cult of the king's Father Ramses I. Left bare by Seti I, it was decorated by Ramesses II with beliefs and identities, which vie in quality with the current work at Abydos. The amazing Temple of Seti is a must see on your private tours of Luxor.  The temple was initially 158 meters long, but all that now remains is fragments of pylons, the courts and sanctuary with its different halls and chambers.   
The Temple of Horus at Edfu
10 This 2,000-year old Temple of Horus is almost entirely intact, the history of this building and its description are outlined in lengthy inscriptions on the outside the enclosure wall.   Its relative youth, when compared to the temples of Luxor, suggests that it is in far better shape and remains among the finest locations in Egypt to see the splendour of ancient Egyptians.   

Travel Tips for Luxor

It was highly valuable and thought to be sacred. After you have seen it in museums and monuments during your travels around Egypt, Luxor is a great place to buy some Alabaster stone craft of your own.

Luxor is the most well known recognized City in Upper (Southern) Egypt and the capital of Luxor Governorate, known famously for its oldest and most Ancient Egyptian sites. Originally called 'Thebes' in ancient Egypt, Luxor is often known also as the 'World's greatest open-air Museum'.

The answer is that it all depends on your level of interest in the temples, tombs, museums, daily life, culture etc. You Need Minimum 3 Days to see Luxor’s Main Sites.

  • Temple of Karnak
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Hot Air Balloon Ride over Luxor at Sunrise
  • Luxor Temple
  • Temple of Deir al-Bahri (Queen Hatshepsut's Temple)
  • Felucca Ride to Banana Island
  • Medinet Habu
  • Tombs of the Nobles
  • Colossi of Memnon
  • Ramesseum
  • Valley of the Queens
  • Luxor Museum
  • Deir el-Medina
  • Mortuary Temple of Seti I
  • Tomb of Tutankhamun Replica & Carter's House
  • Mummification Museum

Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan, and Hurghada are usually on that 'safe' list and, as these are the main tourist spots in Egypt, security is tightly locked so you shouldn't face any issues. But, places like the West Desert, Abu Simbel, and Sinai can be touch and go.