Discover all the sightseeings of the west bank in Luxor in one day .Visit the Valley of the Nobles, Workers Valley, and Valley of the Queens in Luxor. See the mortuary temple of Rameses III at Habu Temple, and learn more about the pharaohs and workers of Ancient Egypt.

Highlights:

• Transfer / guide in private air-conditioned vehicle with Professional driver
• Get inside tips from a local.
• Perfect introduction for first-time visitors.
• Guarantee your safety during your trip (24/7).

Include
Pick up from your hotel in Luxor and back
Accommodation in Dakhla for 1 night at Oasis Style Hut, Dehoos Lodge on half board basis
Accommodation in Kharga camping for 1 night on full board basis
All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle
Camping equipments like sleeping bags, camel blankets, tents are included
All sightseeing tours mentioned in the itinerary
All transfers from Luxor to Al Kharga and Back by an air-conditioned vehicle
All transfers inside Dakhla & Kharga Oasis and White Desert by 4×4 car
Entrance fees to the mentioned sightseeing
Lunch during sightseeing tours
English-speaking tour guide during your trip
Bottled water during your trip
Portage when needed
All taxes & service charge
Entrance fees to the mentioned historical place
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Exclude:
Personal expenses
Tipping Kitty
Alcoholic drinks

You will be picked up from your hotel in Luxor by A\C vehicle,The full-day tour will give you a overall overview of the Valley of the Queens, Valley of the Nobles, Valley of the Workers, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Habu Temple of Ramses III, and the Colossi of Memnon.

Starting at the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, discover the temple to the only female ruler of Ancient Egypt. Explore the colonnaded structure of her Mortuary Temple, designed by the royal steward and architect Senemut. The unusual form is explained by the choice of its location in the valley basin of Deir el-Bahari, surrounded by steep cliffs.

Proceed to the Valley of the Queens and tour the site where the wives of the Pharaohs were buried. It contains some 70 tombs, including the tombs of princes and princesses.

Next, you will go to the Valley of the Nobles and see the 2 tombs of the nobles Sennefer and Rekhmire. The tombs contain some of the finest relief work, and truly stunning paintings that decorate the tombs of governors, viziers, and priests.

Continue to the Valley of the Workers, site of a complete village that housed the skilled craftsmen and laborers that worked on the tombs in the Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens, and the Valley of the Nobles.

See small houses packed against winding streets. The workers built and decorated their own tombs at the necropolis of Deir el-Medina. Discover the 2 tombs of Inerkhau, one of the leading craftsmen of the village, and the tomb of the Ancient Egyptian artisan Sennedjem.
Continue to the temple of Rameses III. Located on the west bank of Luxor, Madinat Habu is one of Egypt’s best preserved and most interesting temples. It takes its name from the ancient word for an ibis, the symbol of the god Thoth, who has a Ptolemaic Period temple a few hundred meters to the south.

End this full-day excursion with a photo stop at the Colossi of Memnon, the 2 massive stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III (1386 to 1349 BC), hero of the Trojan War.