- Duration: 3 Days / 2 Nights
- Tour Location: Luxor East & West Banks
- Tour Availability: Available Everyday
- Pickup & Drop Off: Luxor Airport
- Tour Type: Private
Best 3 Days in Luxor Tour
The ideal approach to discovering Luxor’s historic masterpieces and taking in the magnificent remains of ancient Egyptian civilization is to spend 3 days there. Our knowledgeable tour guide will take you to the most impressive monuments in Luxor on the East and West Banks of the Nile, including Medinet Habu, the Valley of the Kings and Queens, and the Karnak Temple. Book today to live the experience!
- Karnak Temple
- Hatshepsut Temple
- Valley of the Kings
- Valley of the Queens
- Medinet Habu Temple
- The service of pick up and drop off at Luxor Airport.
- Accommodation 2 nights at 5* hotel in Luxor based on Bed & Breakfast.
- An experienced tour guide throughout the tours.
- Transfers by modern air-conditioned vehicles.
- Admission fees to all the sights listed in the itinerary.
- 3 lunch meals during the trips.
- All charges and taxes.
- Personal Expenses.
- Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
Day One: Visit Luxor East Bank
Your tour guide will pick you up from Luxor Airport to start your three days short breaks by visiting the best tip-top attractions on the east bank of Luxor including:
Karnak temple is a temple city that consists of a vast mix of decorated temples, chapels, and pylons. Many buildings at Karnak date back to the New Kingdom and the surrounded area was the main center of worship. The Temple of Karnak is dedicated to Amun, Mut, and Khonsu in addition it was used to host the Opet Festival.
Your delicious lunch will be waiting for you at a very good quality restaurant then check in 5* hotel and by the evening, you will be taken to visit:
Luxor Temple by Night
It’s the most captivating ancient religious temple in Egypt which was established by Amenhotep II. The temple of Luxor is famous for its significant structure and its exceptional carvings. The process of construction started during the 14th century and the temple was a known sign of the annual Opet Festival.
We will drive you back to your hotel to spend the night.
Day Two: Visit Luxor West Bank
Breakfast at the hotel then you will start your second day trip among the historical attractions of Luxor West Bank with your private tour guide and a modern A/C vehicle including:
Valley of the Kings
Valley of the Kings was a part of the ancient city of Thebes which contains a vast collection of breathtaking tombs. The Valley of the Kings was used as burial chambers from the 16th to 11th century then it became royal burials for the kings and their possessions. The site was converted into a World Heritage Site in 1979.
The Temple of Hatshepsut is a majestic rock-hewn temple located at Deir El Bahari which is dedicated to a woman pharaoh called Queen Hatshepsut, one of the rulers of the 18th dynasty to serve as a funerary temple and to commemorate the queen’s achievements.
Your lunch will be served on an island so the tour includes a boat ride on the Nile then move to visit:
Colossi of Memnon
Originally constructed in the Theban Necropolis on the west bank of the Nile River, you will be a witness to two significant sculptures made of quartzite sandstone. The twin statues of Colossi of Memnon were built by Amenhotep III as the guardians of the gate of his funerary temple.
We will transfer you to your hotel.
Day Three: Continue Luxor West Bank
Breakfast then you will join your professional tour guide to continue your three days short breaks in Luxor by visiting:
Valley of the Queens
Valley of the Queens is one of the most popular historical sites on the west bank of Luxor which had witnessed a very large number of burial tombs belonging to the ancient female pharaohs. The first tomb ever built at the site belongs to Princess Ahmose and the valley served as a burial ground in the 19th and 20th dynasties. The legendary tomb of Queen Nefertari is the first destination at the site for most Egypt visitors.
Medinet Habu was named Djanet and it was believed that this is the place where Amun first appeared. Since the site is related to Amun, both Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis constructed the first temple at Habu which was dedicated to Amun then Ramses established his memorial temple which became the administrative center of the Thebes.
Lunch will be proceeded at an Egyptian restaurant then move to visit:
It’s named “The Workers’ Village”, an ancient Egyptian town that contains the houses of the artisans and the craftsmen who worked for the Valley of the Kings in the 18th and 19th dynasties. The Arabic word “Deir Medina” was derived when the Temple of Hathor became a church during the Christian time. We will transfer you to Luxor Airport to fly back home and end your three days break down in Luxor.