Your special two days tour to Luxor from Port Ghalib will begin when you get picked up from your hotel in Port Ghalib by a private A.C car to be transferred to Luxor. Upon your arrival you will meet your private tour guide who will join you to visit:
Medinat Habu Temple
The temple was known as Djant where the creator god Amun made his appearance. The temple was built in the new Kingdom "1550-1050 BC" by both Queen Hatshepsut & King Tuthmosis III and later Ramses III constructed his larger memorial temple which later became the administrative center of western Thebes. The entire temple complex was shaped as a copy of Syrian Migdol fortresses which was surrounded by a gigantic fortified enclosure wall with an unusual gateway at the eastern entrance known as the pavilion gate. The temple held a canal with a harbor outside of the entrance connecting the temple to the Nile.
On the west bank of the Nile in Upper Egypt Thebes lies the glorious Funerary temple of Ramses II "1279-1213 BC". The entire temple was dedicated to the creator god Amun and to be the immortal resting place. The temple contains a famous 57 ft "17m" seated statue of Ramses II. The walls of the Ramesseum contain beautiful decorations depicting the battle of Kadesh, the Syrian Wars and the Festival of Min.
Deir El Medina
It's the cemetery of the royal workmen situated to the west of the village on the slope of the Theban hills which was built in the 19th dynasty. The tombs had been turned into family tombs of the descents of the original owners. A number of babies & children were buried in the lower courses of the eastern hill in baskets, boxes pottery jars or amphorae and coffins while in the higher levels the mummies of the adult were stored which all date to the 18th dynasty. Enjoy your delicious lunch with your guide, after that continue your memorable trip by visiting:
Valley of the Queens
It's where the mummies of the most beautiful and powerful Queens and members of the royal family are buried. Valley of The Queens is located on the west bank of Luxor’s Theban Necropolis near the Valley of the Kings where it used to be called TA-set-Neferu "The Place of Beauty" during the new kingdom. It has an unimpressive design for the purpose of protecting the valley from Looters and tomb raiders. It holds over 75 tombs from the 18th to the 20th dynasty to the wives & daughter of the Pharaohs. The Tomb of Queen Nefertari is the most famous as she was the main wife of King Ramses II. At the end of the day, you will drive to check-in at 5* hotel in Luxor to relax and overnight.