Luxor Day Tours and Excursions
Luxor is considered the richest country in Egypt due to the large number of valuable monuments and antiques that you will discover during the day trips to Luxor. Luxor holds a third of the world’s monuments. Can you imagine that you will see a third of the world’s antiques in one small city among Egypt tours through day tours in Luxor for maybe one or two days?
Now, we are going to show you the division of monuments and the most important temples in Luxor day tours with Vantage travel agency.
East Bank Luxor Day Trips
Luxor’s attractions are divided into two parts, some on the east bank of the Nile River and the other on the west bank. You can combine the two banks through our Egypt day tours to Luxor in one or two days.
The east bank occupies the most important temple in the world, which is Karnak Temple. This temple for Amun Ra, his wife Mut, and his son Khonsu has no equal in the world. A lot of tourists come to Egypt to visit this unique complex of temples and add it to their Luxor excursions, as well as visit Luxor Temple. After finishing their tours in Luxor, they usually take Egypt Nile cruises to the west bank of Luxor. What occupies the west bank of Luxor day tours?
West Bank attractions of Luxor Excursions
The west bank of Luxor day trips is the richest side. It holds the first temple to promote female rulers. This temple was built by order of Queen Hatshepsut and is called ” Al-Deir Al Bahary” or “Hatshepsut temple”. It looks like a jewel that shines in the heart of the desert. Many tourists begin their Egypt travel packages with Cairo to enjoy the most important attractions of Cairo day tours and then fly to Luxor to see this amazing masterpiece. Another unique tomb in Luxor day tours is the Valley of Kings.
When you enter this, you will be stunned by the new life of the Pharaohs. You can also see Luxor sightseeing with the eyes of birds by flying with hot air balloons to watch the open temples from the highest point. Then sail to relax on Aswan day tours.