Private tour East and West Bank

Private & Custom Tours in Egypt

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Your guide will take you straight to the West Bank of Luxor, which was known in ancient times as the City of the Dead. This is an archeological paradise with its wealth of pharaonic temples and is considered a gateway to Valley of the Kings. Your next stop will be Temple of Hatshepsut,  Queen Hatshepsut the daughter of King Thutmose I. She established the first world trade network and her temple is considered one of the most important temples of ancient times. A photo stop by The Colossi of Memnon. Then you will head to the Temple of Karnak  This complex was originally dedicated to King Amun Ra, his wife Mut and son Khons. Later, around 30 additional kings added their own touches to the complex. The site is vast, covering nearly 1 mile by 2 miles in area with more than 20 temples in all. Your last stop will be the Luxor Temple before you take the way to your hotel.
Our guide will take you straight to the West Bank of Luxor, which was known in ancient times as the City of the Dead. This is an archeological paradise with its wealth of pharaonic temples and is considered a gateway to Valley of the Kings. Your next stop will be Temple of Hatshepsut,  Queen Hatshepsut the daughter of King Thutmose I. She established the first world trade network and her temple is considered one of the most important temples of ancient times. A photo stop by The Colossi of Memnon. Then you will head to the Temple of Karnak  This complex was originally dedicated to King Amun Ra, his wife Mut and son Khons. Later, around 30 additional kings added their own touches to the complex. The site is vast, covering nearly 1 mile by 2 miles in area with more than 20 temples in all. Your last stop will be the East Bank before you take the way to your hotel.

What’s included

  • English speaking guide Private A/C vehicleOne Bottle of Mineral water.snacks

What’s not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
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