2 Days Luxor East and West Bank from Hurghada

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2 Days / 1 Night

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Private Sightseeing tour

2 Days Luxor East and West Bank from Hurghada
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Tour Details

The greatest way to see Luxor's sights on both banks of the Nile is to take a two-day trip from Hurghada to Luxor with a hot air balloon ride during Egypt tours. The highlights of the west bank, including the tomb of Tutankhamun and the Valley of the Kings, are included in these Hurghada day tours. You will also get to see the colorful scenes of the Punt Expedition and farmland, as well as see the well-known Hatshepsut temple in Deir El Bahari. In addition, there are the enormous Memnon statues that adorn the Amenhotep III Mortuary Temple on the west bank. To guarantee the greatest services for every one of our clients, Golavita Travel organized this Egypt day tours with a private guide and a private, brand-new vehicle.

You will take a hot air balloon flight in the early morning and then visit Luxor attractions on the east bank of the Nile. the two Cult temples in Luxor and Karnak that honored Amun, the New Kingdom's universal deity. Obelisks, Pylons, Sacred Lake, Hypostyle Hall, Calendars, and Scarabs will all be visible.


    • Round transfer with A/C vehicle
    • 1 night accommodation at Luxor hotel
    • Private Archeologist guide
    • Entrance fee for all the sightseeing
    • Lunch on West bank
    • Lunch on east bank


    • Beverages during lunch      
    • KV9 - Ramesses V, Ramesses VI tomb  
    • KV17 - Seti I tomb
    • KV62 - Tutankhamun tomb
    • Nefertari tomb in the Valley of the Queens
    • Felucca riding
    • Hot Air Balloon
    • Tipping


    • Pickup & Drop Off: Hurghada hotels
    • Suitable for: Couples, Family, Seniors, Solo
    • Wheelchair: Accessible

    Tour Highlights

    • Luxor temple
    • Karnak temple
    • Luxor Museum
    • Valley of the Kings
    • Valley of the Queens
    • Valley of Nobles
    • Hatshepsut temple
    • Habu temple
    • Memnon Colossi

    What to take with you?

    • Your passports
    • Hat, Sunglasses & Sun cream
    • Comfortable shoes and clothes
    • Warm Clothes in winter

Tour itinerary

  • Day 1 Hurghada - Luxor

    Be ready to meet your guide at your hotel lobby on the agreed time after picking your breakfast boxes. It takes around 4 hours driving with a short break on the way for coffee, toilet and breakfast. Upon arrival to Luxor, you will start your Luxor attractions tour on Luxor east bank.

    Karnak temple

    Star your Luxor east and west bank in two days with the biggest complex all over the world, Karnak complex. Indeed, the Karnak temple took 2500 years to be built and all of the Pharaohs added parts here. While you are in Karnak, there is a lot to see like the Ptah temple, the Hypostyle Hall, the Khonsu temple, and the Barque shrine of Ramesses III. Also, you can visit the Red Chapel of Hatshepsut, the White Chapel of Senusret I, Sacred Lake, and the Festival Hall of Thutmose III. Meanwhile, wall reliefs explain a lot about Egyptian religion, ancient Egyptian history, and creation Myths.

    Luxor Museum

    Your next stop will be Luxor Museum which is one is one of the best displays of antiquities in Egypt and one of Luxor Gems. Luxor Museum includes a lot of pieces from the Luxor temple cache plus some of Tutankhamun's treasures. Also, the Museum houses the mummies of Ahmose I and Pharaoh Ramesses I. finally, it houses a lot of artifacts for Goddess Hathor and fragments for Akhenaten with Nefertiti.

    • Lunch: Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant as part of your Luxor east and west bank in two days.

    Luxor temple

    Luxor temple is an amazing Pharaonic temple on Luxor's east bank dedicated to God Amun Ka Mut f. Amenhotep III started the construction but Ramesses II, Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Horemheb, and Alexander the Great added to the temple reliefs. The entrance of the Luxor temple is decorated with six colossi statues for Ramesses the Great and an Obelisk. Also, the wall carvings show one of the most important Festivals in ancient Egypt, the Opet Festival.

    • Hotel Check-in: At the end of your Luxor attractions on Luxor's east bank, your guide will help you to check-in at your hotel for overnight.
    • Meals: Breakfast, lunch

  • Day 2 Luxor West bank

    Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel before you start your full-day tour on Luxor West Bank to explore some of the top Egypt attractions.

    Memnon Colossi

    The enormous sculptures of Pharaoh Amenhotep III sitting on the throne with his mother and wife shown at his feet should be your first stop when visiting Luxor's west bank attractions in your Luxor day tours. His tomb temple, which once had Colossi adorning its entrance, is now in ruins. Mummification and mouth-opening ceremonies took place in the temple.

    Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut

    Deir El Bahari or the Hatshepsut Temple on Luxor's west bank located not far from the Mortuary Temple of Mentuhotep II. there are a lot of things to see especially the second level such as the Hathor Chapel, Punt expedition, and Anubis Chapel. Moreover, the walls reliefs show important events the Queen's Divine Birth, agriculture in ancient Egypt, trading, and Music and dance in ancient Egypt.

    Valley of the Kings

    All of the Pharaohs of the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth dynasties are finally buried in the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of Luxor. In addition, the tomb of Tutankhamun is one of the most well-known in the Valley of the Kings. The Book of Day, Book of Night, Book of Heavenly Cow, Book of Caverns, and Book of Imyduat are all adorned on the walls of the tombs. You have the option to see the three tombs that are included with your ticket, but there are three more tombs such as Ramesses V, Seti I, and Tutankhamun tomb that you may visit for an additional fee.

    • Lunch Meal: Enjoy your lunch in a local restaurant on Luxor west bank.

    Valley of the Queens

    Valley of the Queens was the burial place for the royal wives and their kids from the 18th and 20th Dynasties. Overall, the Valley of Queens is famous for the best tomb in Egypt, the Nefertari tomb with its amazing colors and carvings. Here, you can visit three tombs such as Titi, Khaemwaset, and Amunherkhepshef and all relate to the Ramesses III family.

    Valley of Nobles

    One of the most beautiful sights in Luxor and a main source for daily life in ancient Egypt is the Valley of Nobles. Here you will visit Sennefer's tomb and Rekhmire's tomb with their stunning colors and scenes.

    Medinat Habu temple

    Ramesses III built the Habu temple and added new features such as the Migdol entrance. Also, Habu temple has a ruin of the King Palace beside it. The temple is very famous for its very deep sun reliefs and war scenes from the Kadesh and Libyan wars. At the end of the day, we'll drive you back to Hurghada.

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