We will transfer you to Cairo Airport to fly to Luxor and start the visits immediately by the West Bank of the Nile.
The Valley Of The Kings, where the most famous collection of underground tombs lies, it is also known by “The valley of gates of the Kings.” You’ll see some of these tombs from inside. They are still keeping their colors even after so many years. The Pharaohs were great, indeed.
The Temple Of Queen Hatshepsut: it was built by the Queen to immortalize her name after she crowned herself Pharaoh of Egypt. The temple was modeled after the temple of Mentuhotep II, but on a much larger scale and an exceptional place surrounded by mountain, it was created by her architect Senmout.
The Two Colossi of Memnon: they are twin statues of Amenophis III in a seated position guarding the entrance of his mortuary temple, where he was worshiped as a god. The Romans gave them the name Memnon after the name of a hero of the Trojan War from Greek Mythology.