An overnight trip to Cairo & Luxor from Marsa Alam was planned out to take over your appreciative side to make you wonder, absorb, and appreciate. The trip will make you not able to hold back or suppress your feelings about getting closer to the depiction of the Ancient Great History. You’ll observe, on your trip, the Giza Pyramid Complex and the Great Sphinx of Cairo, in addition to the Karnak Temple and Hatshepsut Temple, and others in Luxor. Wandering between Luxor and Cairo’s gems is not an easy mission to fulfill, but our agency, which is specialized in the excursion from Marsa Alam, can make it happen in a blink of an eye with the most perfect services ever, such as the magnetic accommodation, the fine air-conditioned transportation, as well as the gifted private tour guide, so book with us at the first chance possible.
2 Days / 1 Night
Luxor, Giza & Cairo
Pickup & Drop Off
From your Hotel in Marsa Alam
Pick up services from your hotel in Marsa Alam and return.
It was our first visit to Egypt so me and my family didn't know what to expect. Thankfully our tour guide Manal Ahmed who by the way is the ONLY FEMALE tour guide in Hurghada! Than...
We booked 2 day trip to Cairo and Luxor directly with “Tours from Hurgharda” before we left the UK. Responding promptly to any query or concerns that we may have had. Thank y...
The main reason for the 5 stars is the communication from the company and the guide and driver they provided. I was very apprehensive booking from the UK with only email correspond...
I visited Egypt with friends.Thank you tours from hurghada for an amazing experience..our guide Mohamed Elshamei was fantastic...knowledgable and nothing was to much to ask of him ...
Early 4am start, arrived by 7am. security as in Europe. Arrived at opening of Cairo Museum and had the place to ourselves for a while, saw Tut exhibition very easily.Excellent. Als...
First Day: Marsa Alam To Luxor - Visit Luxor Attraction
Start your overnight trip to Cairo & Luxor from Marsa Alam by being transferred from the city of Marsa Alam all the way to Luxor by an A/C vehicle to get along with your guide, then head to the first sight of the day together:
Valley of the Kings
Out of all the phenomenal events and occasions that took place over the span from 1539 BC to 1075 BC, putting the Valley of the Kings into construction was the best event ever. There, you’ll be feeling something akin to having your soul floating out of your body to travel back in time and try to depict, sense, and witness how it felt like to be overwhelmed by the presence of Ramses II, Seti I, Tutankhamun, and more figures to whom the valley was gifted and has carvings for.
Temple of Hatshepsut
Since 1479 BC, the magnificent Hatshepsut temple has been holding on its interior walls limitless carves that a great part of them portrays gracious scenes of the Queen with Hathor, and Senenmuton on one hand, and on the other, a bunch of carves depicting Weret-hekhau, the goddess who embodied the supernatural powers while introducing the Queen with a Menat Necklace, all are worthy-of-contemplating scenes. Another charming feature of the temple is being established as a gift to God Amun.
Colossi of Memnon
The Colossi of Memnon is that kind of site that is insanely distinctive with its two entrancing double stones that you won’t come across something of their like over the long run. The insanely huge stones had been built as a graphic personification of the Revered Amenhotep III. The carves have left their spell on each of their visitors for more than three millennia ago, since their first construction in 1350 BC.
Coming to a break after your last visit, you’ll be served a dainty lunch at a magnetic island that’ll take you to the 7th heaven to keep on with your exploration after that to the next site:
The jaw-dropping Karnak temple is an ample complex, that hosts two bewitching temples, which came out in the aftermath of the rare intelligence of the ancient pharaohs from the Middle to the Ptolemaic Kingdoms (2000-30 BCE). The archeological process of the temple was set while putting in mind building a commemoration to Amun, the God of the Sun, Ptah, the God of Craftsmen &Architects, Mut, Thebes’s Mother Goddess, as well as Isis, the Goddess of Fertility.
Finally, the first bewitching day of your trip will be stopping here, as a result, you’ll be delivered to your chosen luxurious hotel in Luxor to check in and stay the night.
Flight: From Cairo to Luxor
Overnight: Luxor Hotel
Second Day: Visit Cairo landmarks – Return to Marsa Alam
The following day of your overnight trip to Cairo & Luxor from Marsa Alam will be starting with having a royal breakfast at the comfort of your hotel, checking out, and then heading to catch your flight from Luxor to the Great city of Cairo to meet our rep and be delivered to meet your guide and start exploring the first heavenly site of the day:
Giza Pyramid Complex
The Giza Pyramid Complex will overcontrol your mind with how viciously ample it’s, and how much labor was invested back in 2600 BC to present such a paranormal plateau to the world. You cannot be but tongue-tied out of surprise visiting it. You’ll get your lifetime chance to behold the complex’s dearest, the Three Great Pyramids, the Great Humanoid Structure, the Valley Temple, as well as the three classy pyramids.
The Great Pyramid
The Great History of Egypt along with the thriving of the Ancient Egyptian Founders are presented in the 2.5 to 15 tons of the Great Pyramid of El Giza Great Complex. Since 2600 BC, the pyramid managed, with such ease, to sweep other worldwide landmarks, be it aesthetically or historically, facing them with the inevitable of being the last living wonder in comparison to the other 7 wonders of the Ancient World.
The Great Sphinx
The enigmatic phenomenon, which is the construction of the Great Sphinx, has been set in stone, ever since the stage between 2558 BC and 2535 BC, as a rare historical milestone, that history was honored to witness. The rare feature that the creature is blessed with, is how it weirdly mixes two diverse creatures shaped under different circumstances with each other, a man and a lion.
The Valley Temple
Two processes, which are two different sides of the same coin, took the Vast Valley Temple as their total whereabouts, back in the twenty-sixth century BC, to fulfill their purposes as they should be. Those processes are classified into the sanctification of the royals on one hand, and their mummification on the other, which was the medium that made the royals make it to immortality.
Having a fine lunch at an elegant Nile/pyramid view restaurant will be a perfect way to chill out a little to get ready to visit:
The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum’s odd how the 1901’s era’s construction managed to make people experience two linked paradoxes, that belong to two different epochs. You’ll be witnessing those contradictions in the museum’s modern design and the age-old antiques and artifacts that altogether give the museum the most one-of-a-kind aura ever! Such antiques were what the ancient Egypt pharaohs left as heritages, which was the reason why it changed its location to the Grand Museum where the most intense security is.
Putting an end to the overnight trips to Cairo & Luxor from Marsa Alam here, you will get on your first-class flight to Hurghada to be transferred to Marsa Alam by a private A/C vehicle securely.