Tour To Karnak & Luxor Temples


Duration: About 4 Hours

Days: Every Day



Karnak Temple


Karnak Temple, On the East bank of Luxor, most trips combine Karnak and Luxor Temples in a half-day. Visit the great temples of Amun at Karnak, the largest religious structure the world has ever known, Then move on to visit Luxor temple, the southernmost of the monuments of the Luxor east bank.

We offer you the best Luxor tours with a Qualified Egyptologist tour guide and there is a wide choice of organized itineraries available.


Our expert tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Luxor or your Nile Cruise to start your tour by visiting Karnak Temple, which has continued to astound those who have seen them,

through the richness of their architectural design and decoration, their colossal statues and obelisks, and often through the sheer vastness of their scale alone.

It covers a truly massive area. Approximately 3 Km north of the modern city of Luxor, Karnak requires many precincts and years to come to know it well.

Move on to visit Luxor Temple, a special manifestation of the god that was worshiped here. Luxor temple was called the Southern Opet or ‘Place of Seclusion’ and its god Amenemope ‘Amun of the Opet.

Later you will be driven back to your hotel or your Nile Cruise in Luxor.

What's included?

Pick up service from your Hotel or Nile Cruise and return.

Certified professional tour guide.

Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites.

Private air conditioned vehicle.

What's excluded?

Any extra not mentioned in the itinerary.

Tipping for your tour guide and driver.

please Note

Take with you:

Passport or ID card.

Comfortable shoes.

Sun glasses.

Sun hat.


Warm clothing in winter or loose clothing in summer.

Evening, in the day before the tour, pleas book for yourself a breakfast box in the reception, and don’t forget to take it morning in the day of the tour.

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