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Luxor Day Tour from Hurghada, El Gouna, or Makadi

Highlights
  • Experience Luxor and the Valley of the Kings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site 
  • Discover ancient temples, royal tombs, and giant statues with a Luxor guide
  • Savor lunch at a local restaurant on the city's bustling East Bank
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Luxor Day Tour from Hurghada, El Gouna, or Makadi
From US$70.00
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Day Tour of Luxor from HurghadMost Popular
Explore the wonders of Luxor on a day tour from Hurghada. See some of Egypt’s most spectacular sites along the Nile River. tour the Valley of the Kings and visit the ruins of temples and alabaster
From US$70.00
Day Tour of Luxor from Makadi
Explore the wonders of Luxor on a day tour from Makadi. See some of Egypt’s most spectacular sites along the Nile River. tour the Valley of the Kings and visit the ruins of temples and alabaster
From US$70.00
Day Tour of Luxor from ElGouna
Explore the wonders of Luxor on a day tour from El Gouna. See some of Egypt’s most spectacular sites along the Nile River. tour the Valley of the Kings and visit the ruins of temples and alabaster
From US$90.00
Overview

If you’d love to discover ancient Egypt but don’t want to waste money on a night away from your resort, this Luxor day trip is the tour for you. Check off four key Luxor highlights: the Valley of the Kings, the temples of Hatshepsut and Karnak, and the Colossi of Memnon. With door-to-door transport, lunch and a guide, there’s no need to worry about a thing.

What to Expect

Expect pickup early in the morning and transfer by air-conditioned coach to Luxor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where your guide will meet you. First, cross the Nile to the West Bank and the famous Valley of the Kings, with 63 royal tombs dating back almost 4,000 years: The elaborate art that decorates their walls gives an insight into how Egypt’s rulers lived.

Next, visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari, a tribute to Egypt’s gender-bending female pharaoh, and the giant statues known as the Colossi of Memnon.

Cross back to the East Bank and relax with a traditional local lunch before you explore the vast Temple of Karnak. Finish with a visit to an alabaster factory and a papyrus bazaar before your coach drops you back at your hotel.

Reviews (66)
1 - 5 of 66 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
the best day ever

Booked online through trip advisor this was the best trip we have ever done, I have done similar trip years ago from Sharm El Sheik but this one was great. The Egyptologist HANY AGAMY the best ever - very informative explaining everything before you see...More

Thank Andrew H
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Exceptional

Booked Ramashka tours based on excellent reviews and it certainly didn’t disappoint. A punctual pick up the from hotel in a very comfortable spacious A/C minibus by Ahmed the owner and on to luxor. Met with Hany, our English-speaking guide, in Luxor and then treated...More

Thank skippy42
Reviewed 1 week ago
A truly unforgettable day.

A fantastic day; if you are staying in Hurghada you should really consider this trip, if you see anything in this world you should visit, Luxor, Karnac Temple, Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut temple you won't be disappointed. The road trip is long but you'll...More

1  Thank ozberthove
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great Day !

I fully recommend this trip with Ramashka Travel , the guide Rafet was very knowledgeable and totally made the trip an unforgettable experience . Book this you will not be dissapointed !. Thank you Ahmed and Rafet.

Thank Lesley R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Dont miss these trips

a trip of a life time Hurghada to Luxor taking in the beautiful temples a cruise on the river and lunch easily recommend mind blowing

Thank Craigveryhappy
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johnuarheyj
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Response from 183yvettet | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I wouldn’t know this. I am a tourist not a tour guide or representative
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