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Magnificent Luxor sights from Makadi Bay incl. Overnight stay to Luxor East and West Banks  


2 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people




Magnificent Luxor sights from Makadi Bay incl. Overnight stay to Luxor East and West Banks in 2 days with a relaxed tour in small groups.

Discover together with Sempre Travel Egypt, the famous Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple on Luxor East Bank, as well as the impressive Valley of the Kings, the Habu Temple with its wonderful reliefs, and the workers` settlement Deir el-Medina on Luxor West Bank.

Magnificent Luxor sights from Makadi Bay incl. Overnight stay to Luxor East and West Banks  

Enjoy discovering the ancient Egyptian history and Luxor sights includes Luxor temples, Egyptian statues, massive monuments.

Spend overnight stay with breackfast in a 5-star hotel in Luxor, and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

Hearing the historical stories of the ancient Egyptian and the history of Luxor temples and tombs.

Book through Sempre Travel Egypt and enjoy this magnificent tour.

Price per Person

1 Person: 378.00 €
from 2 People: 241.92 €
from 3 People: 196.56 €
from 4 People: 170.10 €
from 5 People: 154.98 €
from 6 People: 147.42 €
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  • Luxor East Bank with:
  • Karnak Temple
  • Luxor Temple
  • Luxor West Bank with:
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Habu Temple
  • Deir el-Medina – workers settlement


Day 1: Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple

Would you like to enrich your Makadi Bay holidays with a trip to the history of ancient Egypt? Discover together with Sempre Travel Egypt some of the most famous  Luxor sights on our Makadi Bay Luxor trip incl. overnight stay in Luxor. With the pick-up from your Makadi Bay hotel, we start our tour through the beautiful mountain landscape to Luxor East Bank where the  

Karnak Temple 

is awaiting you. Karnak Temple, probably the largest temple complex in the world, welcomes you with the Sphinx Avenue before you enter the impressive pillared hall. The former much shorter Sphinx Avenue connected the Karnak Temple with the Luxor Temple and is currently being restored with great effort. For this project, some buildings in Luxor Downtown had to be removed and rebuild somewhere else. With the Karnak Temple, you enter a holy place of worship in ancient Egypt. The temple complex consists of several temples and the “Holy Lake”, a place for sacrifice and purification rituals. Our Egyptologist is happy to answer all your open questions about the history of Karnak Temple. After our walk through the impressive temple complex, we take a lunch break in a local restaurant before continuing Tour Luxor with a visit of the  

Luxor Temple 

Luxor Temple, a coronation temple where the coronation ceremony were held in the time of the Pharaohs of Egypt, is located on the outskirt of the city, directly on the promenade of the Nile River on Luxor East Bank. The construction of the Luxor Temple complex, dedicated to the god Amun, took hundreds of years during the reign of Amenhotep III, Ramses II, and Tutankhamun. In 2001, the World Monuments Fund donated a contribution to the preservation of the Luxor Temple, with which the sandstone fragments, which up until then were in the salty groundwater, were restored. This ensured the preservation of the columns and wall fragments, inscribed with hieroglyphics that tell the story of the pharaohs. We do not leave the Luxor Temple without taking a look at the Luxor West Bank, where we can see the Hatshepsut Temple, one of our Luxor sights for the following day.  

After the check-in in your accommodation in Luxor, you have some time to relax or take part in one of our optionally offered Luxor sightseeing tours in the evening, such as the Karnak Sound and Light Show, or how about a traditional Egyptian meal together?   

Day 2: Valley of the Kings, Habu Temple, Deir el-Medina

Valley of the Kings 

The impressive sunrise in Egypt is pretty early, so we start our 2nd day of the Luxor sights directly after breakfast with a visit to the famous the Valley of the Kings. Up here in the rock massive, countless tombs were discovered, we will visit 3 of the most beautiful ones today. The breathtaking wall paintings in the tombs tell their stories. You will be amazed how well preserved these drawings, made with natural colors like egg yolks, are. A real masterpiece! There are a lot of things that haven't been discovered in the world-famous valley yet, and on our way to the Valley of the Kings, it's likely to meet one or two archaeologists on the lookout for new discoveries. We leave the Valley of the Kings for our next destination, the  

Habu Temple 

The Habu Temple is a witness of Egypt`s defensive battles against Libyan tribes and various sea people under Ramses III. The reliefs of the mortuary temple, build in Medinet Habu, tell the story of the Pharaoh`s victories. During his reign, the first documented strike in labor history took place, the strike of Deir el-Medina. Workers stopped work during construction of his grave cause of poor working conditions, which indicated economic difficulties at the end of Ramses IIIs reign.  

During the Christian period, a Coptic church was built within the city walls in one part of Habu Temple and residential houses in the other part. The city itself became abandoned in the 9th century. In order to restore the Habu Temple to its former state, residential buildings were removed in 1859 and remains of the church in 1891. Until today, excavations are still taking place to reconstruct the original state of the Habu Temple. After leaving the site it`s time for a lunch break at Luxor West Bank. After the break, it`s time for our last stop on our Tour Luxor. 

Deir el-Medina - Monastery of the town 

is already waiting for us. Deir el-Medina got its name “Monastery of the town” from the small Hathor Temple north of the workers` settlement, which was inhabited by Coptic monks for a long time. It was formed on Luxor West Bank, former West Thebes, during the reign of Amenhotep I.   

From about 1520 to 1069 BC. Deir el-Medina was inhabited by workers and artists with their families, who created and decorated the tombs of the pharaohs in the Valley of the Kings. The ancient ruins of the settlement provide archaeologists with important information about the life of the people at that time. Their cemeteries, located right next to the settlement, surprise with their excellent wall paintings that are in no way inferior to the royal tombs in terms of perfection. Some of them even surpass those of the noble tombs.   

With many impressions of the Luxor East Bank – Luxor West Bank – Luxor from Makadi incl. Overnight stay  we start our way back to your Makadi Bay hotel 

Everything about the excursion:

TOUR TYPE: Culture/City Tour 


PICK-UP POINT: Your accommodation in Makadi Bay 

PICK-UP TIME: around 05:00 a.m.  

RETURN: Your accommodation in Makadi Bay  

General information:   

Travel Guide: 

All our guides are experienced Egyptologists with at least 5 years of experience.  


All our vehicles are modern equipment and have air-condition.  


To secure the booking, a 25 % deposit of the travel price is due, this can be done online by credit card, Visa and Master or bank transfer.    

The remaining amount of 75 % must be paid before the start of the excursion on the day of travel and can be paid by credit card or cash.   

The booking of your trip is considered complete and confirmed by your tour operator as soon as we have received the 25 % deposit.  

Children's prices: 

Children from 0 - 2 years free of charge (except for flight excursions)   

Children from 3 to 11 years of age receive a 50 % discount   

Children from 12 years old are considered an adult


  • Transfer from and to your accommodation 
  • All transfers with modern air-conditioned vehicles 
  • Overnight stay with Breakfast in a 5* Hotel in Luxor
  • All sights mentioned in the itinerary
  • All entrance fees for visits according to the itinerary
  • Professional Egyptologist during the privately guided tour
  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • Assistance from travel agents with pick-up and return
  • Personal Expenses during the tour 
  • Optional Tours like Karnak Sound and Light Show
  • Egyptian Evening/Dinner

Tour's Location


What do I have to bring with me?
Sun and wind protection 
Comfortable Shoes
Jacket in the wintertime
Light cotton clothing in the summertime
Passport valid for 6 months
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