Luxor West Bank Tour

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The West Bank of the River Nile is jam packed with several interesting historical sites and structures that depict the history of Ancient Egypt in an amazing way. So to make you understand the importance of the West Bank in the Egyptian history we at Egypt Online Tour have brought you exclusive West Bank Tours. Our tour guide will welcome you with warm gestures and take you to your air conditioned car to begin the tour. The tour will begin with a visit to the Valley of the Kings, which was the burial ground of numerous pharaohs of Ancient Egypt including King Tutmosis I, Tutmosis III, Tutankhamun, King Ramesses VI, King Mrenptah and Amenhotep II. Our tour includes visit to three tombs excluding the Tomb of King Tutankhamun.

Luxor West Bank TourInclusion

  • Pick up services from your hotel in Luxor and return
  • All transfers by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Expert tour guide
  • Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites
  • All service charges & taxes

Luxor West Bank Tour Exclusion

  • Any extra

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Itinerary Visit Guide

  • Day 1 West Bank Tours

    The West Bank of the River Nile is jam packed with several interesting historical sites and structures that depict the history of Ancient Egypt in an amazing way. So to make you understand the importance of the West Bank in the Egyptian history we at Egypt Online Tour have brought you exclusive West Bank Tours.

    Our tour guide will welcome you with warm gestures and take you to your air conditioned car to begin the tour. The tour will begin with a visit to the Valley of the Kings, which was the burial ground of numerous pharaohs of Ancient Egypt including King Tutmosis I, Tutmosis III, Tutankhamun, King Ramesses VI, King Mrenptah and Amenhotep II. Our tour includes visit to three tombs excluding the Tomb of King Tutankhamun.

    Then our tour will head towards the Temple of Queen Hatshepsutat Deir el-Bahari that was built in the memorial of the Queen Hatshepsut who was the only female pharaoh who ruled for more than two decades during the 18th Dynasty (approximately from 1490 BC to 1469 BC).

    Then we will stop by the Colossi of Memnonfor about 15 minutes where you can find the two massive statues of Amenhotep III and then you also visit the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III.

    With this our West Bank Tour comes to an end and we will transfer you back to your hotel in Luxor.

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