Luxor Excursions

A rang of Excursions from & in Luxor visiting the famed sightseeing in Egypt, Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings and more in Luxor, The Great Pyramids, Sphinx and more in Cairo. All this and more with CTT.

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Day Tour Karnak Temple & Luxor Temple

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Don't miss a visit to Karnak & Luxor Temples Karnak Temple; the greatest example of worship in history and was dedicated to the God Amun-Ra, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu. It was constructed from the beginning of the Middle Kingdom to the Greco Roman Kingdom so Karnak became a complex of 25 temples Luxor Temple; which lies On the east bank of the Nile, it is among the most beautiful Temples in Egypt, An avenue of human headed Sphinxes were placed for over one and a half miles (3 km),

Luxor City tour by horse carriage

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    $36.00
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You will be transferred by air-conditioned vehicle to enjoy riding a horse carriage. Your guide will talk about the city. You will enjoy the amazing view of Luxor city.

Full Day Aswan tour from Luxor by Car

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    $156.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to start your tour, drive to Edfu to visit Edfu Temple dedicated to the god Horus, It was built during the Greco-Roman Period, according to the Egyptian myths, it was the place where the falcon-headed god Horus revenged the murder of his father Osiris by killing Seth. The temple of Edfu is the most complete and best-preserved temple in Egypt, The construction work and the decoration of the temple continued for 180 years. Then transfer to see to the Temple of Kom Ombo standing on high grounds overlooking the Nile. Kom Ombo dates from the Ptolemaic Dynasty and it was only completed under Roman rule. The temple has a dual dedication to Sobek, as well as Horus, It differs from other temples because of its double entrance, each one is dedicated to divinity: “Haroeris” with his falcon head and ” Sobek ” with his crocodile head. Then transfer to visit High Dam, to discover the incredible wonders of this engineering miracle. Built-in the 1960s, this impressive structure allows travelers to look out over Lake Nasser towards the Kalabsha temple and take in unique views of the huge power plant further to the north. the dam provides significant benefits to the people of Egypt. By motorboat, you will be transferred to visit Philae temple,The Philae Temple, dedicated to the goddess Isis, was once set on a holy island in the Nile River, the site of many pilgrimages. Philae rose to prominence during the Ptolemaic Dynasty as the center of the cult of the goddess Isis. This complex was actually one of the last remaining places where the ancient religion survived after the arrival of Christianity in Egypt, officially closing only in 550 AD

Karnak Temple Half day tour

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    $47.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to visit Karnak Temple; the greatest example of worship in history and was dedicated to the God Amun-Ra, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu. It was constructed from the beginning of the Middle Kingdom to the Greco Roman Kingdom so Karnak became a complex of 25 temples, Karnak is divided into three compounds: the precinct of Amun, the precinct of Mut, and the precinct of Montu; the largest of these, the precinct of Amun-Ra. This huge temple complex was the center of the ancient faith while power was concentrated at Thebes (modern day Luxor) and its significance is reflected in its massive size. In addition to its religious significance, it also served as a treasury, administrative center, and palace for the New Kingdom pharaohs

Hot Air Balloon

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    $114.00
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You will be transferred by air-conditioned vehicle to enjoy air balloon riding in the beautiful morning light. You will point out the spectacular sites of Luxor, from Valleys to the unique west bank of Luxor, to the Nile, Fields absolutely beauty of nature. Our flying area has many wonderful things to see.

Full day West Bank: Kings, Queens, Deir and Habu

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    $120.00
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Start your tour to the west bank of Luxor; one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. The west bank necropolis can be divided into a number of zones and sub-zones, of which the Valley of the Kings is only one zone. Valley of the Kings; the magnificence of the grandeur of architecture which was used for burial, there are many kings buried in this valley. South of the Valley of the Kings, and closer to the Nile lies the valley of the Queens. This area is inappropriately named, because it houses family members of the kings, including both males and females, and even some high officials. Then Continue to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut also known as Deir El Bahari, which was built by Queen Hatshepsut, daughter of Thutmosis I, who ruled Egypt about 20 years during the 18th Dynasty (1490–1469 B.C). On the way you will get to see the colossi of Memnon. The southernmost temple is that of Ramsses III located at Medinet Habu. The palace, one of the southernmost monuments in the Valley, is at Malkata, and belonged to Amenhotep III, but was probably also inhabited by a few of his successors. At one time, it was a huge complex. The northernmost temple is that of Seti.

Visit Edfu and Kom Ombo from Luxor

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    $102.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to Edfu to visit Edfu Temple dedicated to the god Horus, It was built during the Greco-Roman Period, according to the Egyptian myths, it was the place where the falcon-headed god Horus revenged the murder of his father Osiris by killing Seth. Then transfer to see to the Temple of Kom Ombo standing on high grounds overlooking the Nile. Kom Ombo dates from the Ptolemaic Dynasty and it was only completed under Roman rule. The temple has a dual dedication to Sobek, as well as Horus, It differs from other temples because of its double entrance, each one is dedicated to divinity: “Haroeris” with his falcon head and ” Sobek ” with his crocodile head

Visit Dendera Temple from Luxor

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    $57.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to Dendera to visit the Temple of Hathor, goddess of love and joy; This temple was one of the temples built first by the Ptolemais, Ptolemy XII and Cleopatra II , then the Roman continue the decoration. The temple of Dendera is characterized by the presence of a number of crypts, The most important object kept in these crypts was a statue of the ba of Hathor, A ‘birth house’ is an independent structure located within the temple precinct, Mammisis were present in all major temples built during the Greco-Roman era. The best known examples are the two birth houses of Dendera, at the back of the temple there is a small temple honored to Isis and Hathour.

Luxor temple Half Day tour

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    $42.00
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Leave your hotel or cruise at Luxor to experience visiting Luxor temple, one of the most important temples in Ancient Egypt

Felucca Trip

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    $40.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to the river Nile side, where you will find the felucca for your journey. You will experience the smooth sailing on the Nile onboard your felucca and the lovely atmosphere. You can watch the sunset over the ancient Thebes

Visit Edfu from Luxor tour

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    $71.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to Edfu to visit Edfu temple which dedicated to the god Horus, It was built during the Greco-Roman Period, according to the Egyptian myths, it was the place where the falcon-headed god Horus revenged the murder of his father Osiris by killing Seth. The construction work and the decoration of the temple continued for 180 years, The temple consists of two statues of Horus as a falcon flank the entrance gate of the pylon, then the pylon, that was built by Cleopatra’s father in the first century BC, which leads into a peristyle court and then a hypostyle hall that precedes the sanctuary of Horus, the ultimate and most important part of the temple. Behind the entrance pylon is an open (peristyle) court, surrounded by a colonnade consisting of 32 paired columns of various types

Sound and Light at Karnak temple

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    $53.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to the Karnak temple to capture the unforgettable beauty of the Karnak dramatically lit by laser lights against the night sky. the sound and light show presents the dramatic history of Karnak and Thebes The story goes to show the achievement of great pharaohs with poetic description of the treasures of old times. Pharaohs rise to narrate stories of their exciting lives and the music flowed secretly throughout this ancient city. It describes the birth of the temple of Karnak, the heroic achievements of the pharaohs and god Amun. Languages available via headphones offer translation (English- French- German- Spanish- Italian- Russian- Japanese- Polish-Arabic), translation headsets for free

Visit Esna from Luxor tour

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    $51.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to Esna to visit Esna temple which dedicated to the triad of Khnum, Neith, and Heka their offspring. Esna temple dates back to the reign of Thutmose II (1493 to 1479 BC.) the remains belong to the Ptolemaic and Roman eras. The part of the temple we see today is around a quarter of the size of the original building. The site was remarkable for the beauty and the magnificence of its architecture. It was built of red sandstone on the west bank of the Nile. The Temple of Esna was the last Egyptian temple to be decorated with hieroglyphic texts, Of the temple itself, only the hypostyle hall is preserved.

Visit Luxor Museum tour

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    $37.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to visit Luxor museum which has a well-chosen and brilliantly displayed and explained collection of antiquities dating from the end of the Old Kingdom right through to the Mamlouk period, mostly gathered from the Theban temples and necropolis this is one of the most rewarding sights in Luxor. The ground-floor gallery has several masterpieces including a well-preserved limestone relief of Tuthmosis III, an exquisitely carved statue of Tuthmosis III in greywacke from the Temple of Karnak, an alabaster figure of Amenhotep III protected by the great crocodile god Sobek and, one of the few examples of Old Kingdom art found at Thebes, a relief of Unas-ankh, found in his tomb on the west bank

Full day Luxor: Karnak, Luxor Temples, Kings, Deir & Memnon

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    $129.00
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Full day Luxor tour all in one day!. visit the Valley of Kings, the magnificence of the grandeur of architecture which was used for burial, Continue to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut also known as Deir El Bahari and you will get to see the colossi of Memnon. Also Visit East bank of Luxor; the Karnak Temple, and the Luxor Temple.

Half Day Luxor West Bank Tour

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    $97.00
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Half day Luxor West bank tour. visit the Valley of Kings, the magnificence of the grandeur of architecture which was used for burial, Continue to the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut also known as Deir El Bahari and you will get to see the colossi of Memnon

Dendera and Abydos Tour

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    $91.00
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By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to Dendera, north of Luxor to visit the Temple of Hathor, goddess of love and joy; This temple was one of the temples built first by the Ptolemais, Ptolemy XII and Cleopatra II , then the Roman continue the decoration. The temple of Dendera is characterized by the presence of a number of crypts, The most important object kept in these crypts was a statue of the ba of Hathor, A ‘birth house’ is an independent structure located within the temple precinct,Mammisis were present in all major temples built during the Greco-Roman era. Then Transfer to Abydos , which was one of the holiest sites in the world for the ancient Egyptians. It became a cult center for Osiris, the god of underworld. There are number of temples dedicated to Osiris; the most significant temple is temple of Seti I. Seti's temple was built of limestone, but some parts were constructed with sandstone. The construction began under Seti and completed during the reign of his son, Ramesses II.