Luxor Day Trip from Aswan

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Overview

Experience an exquisite and thrilling Luxor day trip from Aswan with Respect Egypt Tours.
This exclusive excursion allows you to explore Egypt’s captivating ancient sites in absolute luxury.
Immerse yourself in the grandeur of Luxor, once the majestic capital of ancient Egypt.

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Firstly, prepare to visit the Karnak Temple Complex, the largest ancient religious site globally.
Marvel at the remnants of temples, chapels, and towers dating back over 2,000 years.

After that, venture to the heart of Luxor on your trip from Aswan, where the splendid Luxor Temple awaits.
This temple, dedicated to the god Amun, was constructed during the New Kingdom era.
Admire its remarkable statues, columns, and the captivating avenue of sphinxes leading to the entrance.

Also, embark on a journey to the renowned Valley of the Kings, where the tombs of pharaohs from the New Kingdom period await your exploration.
Discover their intricate wall paintings and hieroglyphics. Among the notable tombs are those of Tutankhamun, Ramses II, and Seti I.
Finally, your trip with Respect Egypt Tours to Luxor from Aswan concludes with a visit to the great Colossi of Memnon.
These colossal statues once stood as guardians of the pharaoh Amenhotep III’s mortuary temple.

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In conclusion, our Luxor day trip from Aswan promises a wonderful adventure, immersing you in the luxury of ancient Egypt.
Indulge in the comfort of a private air-conditioned vehicle and the expertise of our Egyptologist guide.
Enjoy a delicious lunch and stay hydrated with a complimentary bottle of water.
Our tour ensures a seamless experience, with all transfers to and from your location taken care of.
Join us on this extraordinary trip and unlock the secrets of Luxor.

Highlights

  • The Karnak Temple Complex.
  • The Luxor Temple.
  • The Valley of the Kings.
  • The Colossi of Memnon.

Included/Excluded

  • Egyptologist Guide.
  • All Services and Taxes.
  • All transfers to and from your location are made.
  • Lunch.
  • Entry fees.
  • A bottle of water during the tour.
  • A private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Tipping.
  • Tours optional.
  • Any personal items.
  • Drinks.

Itinerary

Itinerary

The Luxor day trip from Aswan typically starts with an early morning pick-up from your hotel in Aswan and a scenic drive through the desert to Luxor.

Once you arrive in Luxor with your expert Egyptologist, you'll visit the Karnak Temple Complex, the largest ancient religious site in the world. Here, you can see the remains of temples, chapels, and pylons built over 2,000 years.

Next, you'll visit the Luxor Temple in the city's heart. This Temple dedicated to the god Amun was built during the New Kingdom period. It's known for its impressive statues and columns and the avenue of sphinxes that leads up to the entrance.

After a break for lunch, the tour A Luxor day trip from Aswan continues to the Valley of the Kings, where you can explore the tombs of pharaohs from the New Kingdom period. A variety of wall paintings and hieroglyphs decorate the tombs. Some of the most well-known tombs include those of Tutankhamun, Ramses II, and Seti I.

Finally, the tour with Respect Egypt Tours ends with a visit to the Colossi of Memnon. Two massive statues of the pharaoh Amenhotep III once guarded his mortuary Temple.

After a full day of exploring, you'll be driven back to your hotel in Aswan, arriving in the early evening. A Luxor day trip from Aswan is a fantastic way to experience some of Egypt's most important ancient sites in a single day with Respect Eegypt Tours.

Meals: Lunch.

Durations

1 Day

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250$

Frequently asked questions

I can tell you about some cultural events and festivals that typically occur in Aswan yearly. Abu Simbel Sun Festival This festival occurs twice a year, on February 22 and October 22, when the sun's rays align with the inner sanctum of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel, illuminating the statues of Ramesses II, Ra, and Amun. Aswan International Women's Film Festival This annual festival celebrates the work of female filmmakers from around the world. It typically takes place in February. Nubian Folkloric Festival This festival showcases the Nubian people's traditional music, dance, and clothing. It usually takes place in November and December. Aswan Sacred Music Festival This festival brings together musicians and performers from different religious traditions to celebrate the power of music to unite people of other faiths. It usually takes place in February or March. Aswan Arts Festival This festival features performances by local and international artists, including musicians, dancers, and actors. It usually takes place in January or February.

Yes, several local restaurants in Aswan serve traditional Nubian cuisine. Here are a few recommendations: Al Masry Nubian Restaurant This restaurant is located in the Nubian village of Gharb Soheil, just across the Nile from Aswan. It offers a variety of Nubian dishes, including ful medames, kosher, and grilled fish. The restaurant also has a rooftop seating area with views of the Nile. Nubian House Restaurant This restaurant is located in Aswan's Old Town and serves Nubian dishes such as fatty, a plate of bread, rice, meat in a tomato sauce, and kofta, meatballs made with ground beef or lamb. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere with colorful decor and traditional Nubian textiles. Sobek Restaurant This restaurant is located in the Movenpick Resort in Aswan and serves Egyptian and Nubian cuisine. It offers a variety of grilled meats, stews, and rice dishes, as well as vegetarian options such as stuffed vine leaves and ful medames. Aswan Moon Restaurant This restaurant is located on the Nile Corniche in Aswan and offers a variety of Egyptian and Nubian dishes, including stuffed pigeons and grilled fish. The restaurant also has a rooftop seating area with views of the Nile. Nubian Oasis Restaurant This restaurant is located in the Basma Hotel in Aswan and serves various Nubian dishes, including fatta, kofta, and grilled fish. The restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere with Nubian decor and live music. I recommend trying various dishes to taste the region's rich culinary heritage.

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