Luxor: 2-Day West and East Bank

Original price was: $130.Current price is: $120.

Marvel at the historical edifices in the splendid Karnak Temple Complex

Admire the spell-binding architecture of Luxor Temple

Watch a marvelous light and sound show staged at Karnak Temple in the evening

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Discover Luxor’s highlights in 2 days. Visit the Karnak Temple Complex and witness the vestiges of a glorious civilization. Enjoy a felucca ride and a light and sound show. Ride in a hot air balloon, if you want, and explore Luxor’s historical sites.

After pickup from your hotel or the bus or train station on day 1, drive in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to the prodigious East Bank of Luxor with an Egyptologist tour guide. Upon arrival, witness the sprawling Karnak Temple Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Discover the vestiges of ancient temples, pylons, chapels and other historic buildings, as well as the Karnak Open Air Museum.

Next, continue to the magnificent Luxor Temple, an ancient sandstone temple complex built by great kings such as Amenhotep III, Alexander the Great, Tutankhamun and Ramesses II. After exploring the temple complex, take a delightful ride a felucca, traditional Egyptian sailing boat before savoring a lovely lunch at a local restaurant (upgrade lunch at Banana Island is available as an add-on). You’ll then be dropped off back at your hotel or selected location around 2 PM.

Day 2

begins with pickup again, after which you’ll make your way to either the hot air balloon port or the West Bank of Luxor.

Next, head to the West Bank of Luxor to visit the Valley of the Kings,


  • Pickup and drop-off at your selected location in Luxor
  • Egyptologist tour guide for 2 days
  • 1-hour felucca ride on the River Nile on day 1
  • Lunch at a local restaurant each day
  • Mineral water for both days
  • Entrance fees

Not included

  • Drinks during lunch
  • Tips (not mandatoryAny extras not mentioned in the tour



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