Luxor & Aswan excursion in two days from Makadi Bay
Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night
Tour Location: Luxor / Aswan
Tour Availability: Available Everyday
Pickup & Drop Off: Your Hotel
Tour Type: Private
Excursion to Luxor and Aswan in Two Days from Makadi Bay
Upper Egypt is a paradise rich with heavenly works of art developed during the emergence of civilization during Thebes’ glory days. The sight of golden allure will be seen over a variety of amazing structures erected more than 3500 years ago by deities and monarchs. Luxor & Aswan trip in two days from Makadi Bay will allow you to experience a once-in-a-lifetime holiday while exploring the ancient Pharaohs’ treasures in the Valley of the Kings, Karnak Temple, Hatshepsut Temple, Philae Temple, and much more by simply booking this incredible tour.
- Valley of the Kings
- Hatshepsut Temple
- Karnak Temples
- The High Dam
- The Unfinished Obelisk
- Philae Temple
- Pickup & Drop off transfers from your hotel in Makadi Bay.
- Professional Private Tour Guide.
- 2 Lunch Meals during your tours.
- Mineral Water on the board of your vehicle.
- Entrance Fees to All the Mentioned Sites.
- 1st class Train Tickets from Luxor to Aswan and return.
- One Night Accommodation at a 5* Hotel in Aswan.
- All service charges and taxes.
- Optional tours.
- Personal spending.
Day 1: Makadi Bay to Luxor – Landmarks of Luxor
You will be picked up from your Makadi Bay hotel in the morning and transferred to Luxor in a private A.C car to begin your Luxor & Aswan excursion in two days from Makadi Bay, where you will meet your private Egyptologist tour guide who will walk you through all of the legendary attractions of the ancient city of Luxor, including:
The Kings’ Valley
Over 60 tombs, including 20 royal tombs of Egypt’s most famous and powerful kings and queens during the New Kingdom (1570-1070 BC), such as Amenhotep I, Hatshepsut, Tutankhamun, and the Rameses Dynasty, are filled with mesmerizing art and decoration and mind-blowing treasures, explaining why the valley was designated as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Since its construction in 1479 BC to win the grace and will fortune of the creator deity Amun, as well as to stand as the ultimate example of the new kingdom’s Classical Architecture and Queen Hatshepsut’s might and beauty, the Hatshepsut temple has always been the fairest of them all “The Holy and the Holies” (1508-1458 BC).
Mega sculptures of quartzite sandstone representing Pharaoh Amenhotep III (1386-1350) stand on the outskirts of Luxor, reaching a height of 18 meters (60ft). It was destroyed by an earthquake in 27 BC, but was reconstructed in 199 AD and transported 700 miles from Cairo to Luxor to serve as a watchtower.
Lunch will be served at an oriental Nile View Restaurant, after which you will meet up with your private tour guide to continue your Luxor & Aswan vacation in two days from Makadi Bay by visiting:
It was mainly dedicated to the Theban Triad of Amun, Mut, and Khnsou. It was one of existence’s most selected places, the largest man-made constructions and open museum on earth dating back over 4000 years ago filled with many temples, shrines, and great statues for various deities like Osiris, Montu, Ptah, and Isis but it was mostly dedicated to the Theban Triad of Amun, Mut, and Khnsou.
You’ll take a first-class train to Aswan, then check into your 5* hotel reservation in Aswan for the night.
Day 2: Aswan Attractions and Return to Makadi Bay
Enjoy your wonderful breakfast and check-out from the hotel on the morning of your Luxor and Aswan 2 days tour from Makadi Bay, then your tour guide will arrive to accompany you to continue your trip, where you will have a tour to:
The High Dam
In the 1960s and 1970s, Egypt built a new marvel named the High Dam, which was their ticket to a new era of clean energy hydroelectricity and irrigation system optimization by increasing water storage.
The Unfinished Obelisk
An incomplete marvel stands in Aswan, supposed to be at the entrance of the Karnak Temple and towering 42 meters tall. Unfortunately, it was cracked during construction and has remained in the same spot till now.
Temple of Philae
The timeless narrative of Osiris is told in the fabled Philae temple, the worship place of the goddess of Motherhood Isis, where he was murdered by his brother Set and avenged by his wife Isis and their son Horus. It was built between 380 and 362 BC and was moved to Agilkia Island by UNESCO in the 1960s as part of a rescue project that also included the Abu Simbel temples.
After lunch, travel to Aswan, board your first-class train to Luxor, and transport back to your Makadi Bay hotel, bringing your Luxor & Aswan adventure to a close in two days from Makadi Bay. P.S. You may contact us at any moment to make any changes to your schedule that you wish.