Our Guide will pick you up from your hotel / Nile Cruise in Luxor joining your private tour guide to visit Luxor Sightseeing.
Karnak Temple The Karnak Temple Complex is a blessed and divine wonder that gained fame as the most selected of places, and Pr-Imn house of Amon solely honors the Theban triad which of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu plus a number of other gods. The construction process of the Karnak temples complex started from the middle kingdom to the Greco- Roman period from 2000 BC to 30 AD on 247 acres. The most beautiful aspect of the temple is the Avenue of Sphinxes which leads to the beautiful Luxor Temple. Luxor Temple The Blessed Luxor temple the southern Sanctuary was created to be a center of celebration and admiration which was built in 1400 BC to be dedicated to the Theban triad of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu and to host the Opet festival for the rejuvenation of kingship. It became part of the UNESCO world heritage site in 1979.
Lunch will be served on a local restaurant on the Nile so, your tour includes Boat Trip on the Nile River
You will visit Valley of the Kings The magical Valley of the gates of the Kings is a time vault filled with heavenly treasures and the most enchanting artistic decoration showcasing the heritage of the ancient rulers from the new kingdom (1570 – 1050 BC). The Valley of the Kings holds 63 tombs of very renowned names like the great pharaoh Ramses II, Hatshepsut, Seti I, Tutankhamen, and various more. Hatshepsut Temple The holy of holies temple of Queen Hatshepsut (1507–1458 BC) was created to honor the everlasting heritage of one of the most successful pharaohs in history and the blessings of the sun god Amun. It is known to be the most suitable example of classical architecture of ancient Egyptian Egypt across all of its huge three terraces where the beautiful festival valley was held. Colossi of Memnon the magical Colossi of Memnon of Pharaoh Amenhotep III was constructed in 1350 BC to stand at the ruined mortuary temple of Amenhotep II which was very renowned between the ancient Greeks and Romans.
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