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Activities in Luxor


Sonesta Amirat Dahabeya Nile Cruise

combines comfort and beauty in a most inspiring way, promising a remarkable, rewarding cruise experience of legendary hospitality. The "Sonesta Dahabiya" will take you back in time to a gentler, more gracious era in 7 nights cruise experience between Luxor and Aswan. A unique experience down the Nile by traditional small sailing vessel that was commonly used during those elegant days of the monarchy (1920s -40s) when aristocrats and sophisticated travelers loved to cruise the Nile in style.


Movenpick MS Royal Lily Nile Cruise

The Mövenpick MS Royal Lily sends you on a trip connecting both land and water. Enjoy luxurious on-board travel while exploring the mysteries of 7,000 years of Egyptian civilisation. The Nile is one of the world’s most famous and beautiful rivers. Experience a fascinating way to travel and relax at the same time. This flagship cruiser comprises 56 cabins of approximately 22 sqm and 4 magnificent Royal Suites. These come equipped with a Jacuzzi and spacious facilities, ensuring you travel in style. Cruises leave from either Luxor or Aswan.


Movenpick MS Royal Lotus Nile Cruise

The Mövenpick MS Royal Lotus offers a great chance to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the banks of the Nile. See the temples and tombs of the ancient world as you cruise by in a relaxed setting. This flagship cruiser comprises 60 cabins of approximately 22 sqm and 2 magnificent Royal Suites. Embarking from Luxor or Aswan, we make your holiday one to remember. Cruises leave from either Aswan or Luxor.


Sonesta St. George Nile Cruise

The Sonesta St. George I offers luxurious accommodations that provide the ultimate in comfort, elegance and design. With 47 Deluxe Cabins, 9 Presidential Suites and one Royal Suite, St. George I features the highest quality furnishings and most upscale amenities. All accommodations feature: Plasma screen TV, equipped with the latest technology and featuring a live sailing channel Double-glass panoramic french windows that open to bring in fresh breezes from the Nile Internet access Direct-dial telephone Individual climate control Electronic door locks Mini-bar Safe Hair dryer Bathrooms equipped with spa unit; including steam bath, Jacuzzi and water massage


The Oberoi Philae Nile Cruise

Discover ancient monuments, magnificent temples and five thousand years of Egyptian culture on a leisurely four or six night luxury cruise on the Nile between Luxor and Aswan, on board The Oberoi Philae. twenty two spacious luxury cabins and suites feature magnificent bathrooms and are refreshed with uninterrupted River Nile views. All offer complimentary high speed Internet for up to four devices.


MS Farah Nile Cruise

Farah means Happiness and Joy in Arabic; and this is simply what we aspire: make our Guest happy and satisfied to have chosen us for their trip along the Nile. Farah Nile cruise offers 60 deluxe cabins and 2 Royal Suites, where you can actually taste the fine flavor of our hospitality. In every detail from the handmade Egyptian cotton sheets to the natural dark wood furniture. All designed to tickle your senses and enhance your comfort.


MS Amarco I Nile Cruise wheelchair Accessible

MS Amarco Nile Cruise 5 Star provides 5 and 4 day Nile cruises tour from Luxor to Aswan or Aswan to Luxor. A vessel giving you lasting memorable Nile Cruise experiences, it was awarded " Best Boat on the Nile" receiving a Golden Crystal Award for two consecutive years. MS Amarco Nile Cruise has 45 standard cabins approximately 21m, 2 Presidential Suites 27.20m, 2 Royal Suites 52.20m and 4 wheelchair accessible Nile cruise cabins 26m.

Private Cruise Excursions

The Oberoi Zahra Nile Cruise

sails across the Nile from Luxor to Aswan in 7 nights. It offers a spa, outdoor pool and restaurant. Free Wi-Fi access is available on board.The boat includes a guided tour to various temples and museums in Luxor and Aswan. There is a free airport shuttle.


MS Nile Goddess Nile Cruise

MS Nile Goddess offers an elegant 5-star deluxe Nile cruise. With 49 Deluxe Cabins, 4 Senator Suites, and 4 Presidential Suites with private terraces, you are sure to find the accommodation that you need.


Sonesta Moon Goddess

Whatever you choose, there’s no better way to experience the sights and scenery of Egypt There are 49 standard cabins with sliding glass doors opening to private balconies and 4 Presidential Suites with private lounges.



Luxor Day Tour from Safaga Port

Luxor, Egypt’s ‘open-air museum’ in one day. Visit Karnak Temple on the East bank of the Nile and see the Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut Temple on the West bank. These ruins are not to be missed!


Red Sea Submarine from Safaga Port

Enjoy a unique underwater adventure in a submarine. During two hours underwater, you will see all kinds of marine life on the Red Sea’s beautiful coral reefs and descend to depths of up to 22 meters.


Snorkeling Trip & Excursion from Safaga Port

Enjoy a unique adventure .Leave your ship in Safaga Port and spend the day enjoying the beautiful sea-life and coral reefs of the Red Sea near Hurghada. During the tour , you will see all kinds of marine life on the Red Sea’s beautiful coral reefs


Two Day Trip to Luxor from Safaga port

d tour to Luxor from Safaga port visiting Luxor Temple, Karnak temples and Valley of the Kings and more. You are going to have a private tour so everything is specially tailored made for you, such as vehicle, guide etc...


Luxor to Abu Simbel Short Break

antastic 4 Day Luxor Package : Enjoy Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel tour Visiting the main attractions and historical sights like Valley of the Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon, Luxor Temple, Karnak Temples, Abu Simbel Temples, High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, Temple of Philae and More!


Nile Cruise Tour from Luxor to Aswan

Enjoy this 5-day deluxe Nile Cruise from Luxor to Aswan to discover the main historical sights in Upper Egypt. visit the main historical sights in Luxor and Aswan like Valley of the Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon, Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple, High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, Temple of Philae and More!


3-Day Luxor City Break

Are you looking for Luxor Breaks? Enjoy an amazing Trip to Luxor Egypt for the whole family members, 3 day weekend holidays to visit the main historical sights in Luxor including Valley of the Kings, Karnak temple, Luxor Temple, Hatshepsut Temple, Colossi of Memnon and more!


2 Day Short Break in Luxor

Spend a wonderful 2 day in Luxor to enjoy your holiday and fantastic excursions to the Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut Temple, Luxor and Karnak Temples and more!


Luxor Airport Transfer

Relax on your landing or takeoff with our private airport transfer service. we provide our clients with comfort, safety and great quality services whether traveling for business or for pleasure. All our vehicles are modern and our drivers are proficient and very much prepared to give best driving experience .


Trip to Abu Simbel & Aswan from Luxor


Things to Do

Medinat Habu

The mortuary temple of Ramesses III is notable for its well-preserved (still colorful) decor and its depictions of the pharaoh’s defeat of the mysterious invaders known as the Sea Peoples. No one knows where the Sea Peoples came from, but Ramesses III beat them in three separate 12th century BC campaigns. The most vivid art (vultures, falcons, ankhs, etc.) in Medinet Habu can be seen on the columns and ceiling. I also like the Ramesses-shaped columns in the open-air peristyle hall, and the migdol (gate house) entrance.


Luxor Temple

Small but attractive complete complex right in the middle of Luxor. Like the first place you’ll visit when you arrive. Easy to walk to and attractive at all hours. Be sure to visit in the evening when the lighting adds to the ambience.

literally have to lay on the ground, with my panoramic camera lens, trying to get the gigantic obelisk at the entranceway of Luxor to fit into a single picture frame. Now I know how an ant must feel, because juxtaposed against those colossal monuments and columns in the Hypostyle Hall, I am little more than an inconsequential speck in the universe. You too will stand in amazement at this sanctuary, forged from Nubian sandstone in the ancient city of Thebes. No wonder that this hallowed temple, and indeed the entire city, has emerged as the religious capital of Egypt.



Temple of Hatshepsut

This incredible mortuary temple was designed by the architect Senemut for Hatshepsut, a powerful 18th Dynasty queen, who ruled Egypt as Pharaoh. The way this terraced temple harmonizes with its natural surroundings (massive limestone cliffs) is stunning, and inspired the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, among many other modern architects. The gods Horace and Hathor are represented throughout, as is the divine birth of Hatshepsut (her mother is shown seated with Amun-Ra). The walk up the long, stone ramp to the top colonnade is one you’ll never forget.


Luxor Museum Luxor Museum

The museum in Luxor, although not on the scale of it’s illustrious Cairo predecessor does house a large collection of tremendously significant objects. These include statues from the famous Cachette found buried in Luxor temple as well as a small selection of items from the tomb of Tutankhamun.


The Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings and nearby Valley of the Queens is where many Egyptian nobles have their final resting place — the inside of the tombs have been protected from the elements and the faded paintings still on the wall are otherworldly. The tourist-friendly valleys are near Luxor (originally named Thebes), which is ground zero for anyone who wants to see Egyptian ruins up close and personal. In the Valley of the Kings, famous tombs include Tutankhamen and the sons of Ramses. In the Valley of the Queens, the tomb of Nefertari is the most well preserved you’ll ever see.


The temple of Karnak

The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isut (Most select of places) by the ancient Egyptians. It is a city of temples built over 2000 years and dedicated to the Theben triad of Amun, Mut and Khonsu. This derelict place is still capable of overshadowing many of the wonders of the modern world and in its day must have been awe inspiring.

The Karnak Temple Complex, commonly known as Karnak, comprises a vast mix of decayed temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings.
  • Builder:
    • Senusret I
  • Periods:
    • Middle Kingdom to Ptolemaic Kingdom
  • Part of:
    • Thebes