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Luxor and Valley of the Kings trip from Hurghada 1 day by bus

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Full day

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

35 people


English, polski, Română, русский


The Luxor trip with Valley of the Kings from Hurghada has the Karnak temple, Hatshepsut temple and the Colossi of Memnon on the agenda, as well as the Valley of the Kings, an ancient necropolis. In the Valley of the Kings you will enter three tombs selected by your guide. Usually these are the tombs of Ramses the third, Ramses the fourth and Ramses the ninth.

What exactly is this “Valley of the Kings”? It is the place where the pharaohs (and their families) were buried. Such an ancient cemetery with tombs carved into the rock. It is worth remembering that the Ancient Egyptians paid extraordinary attention to life after death. Their tombs are usually true works of art. Walking through the corridors filled with paintings and the halls that once housed the mummies of the pharaohs is incredibly impressive.

Most of the tombs in the Valley of the Kings had been looted before archaeologists reached them. That’s why Howard Carter’s discovery of Tutankhamun’s Tomb in 1922 caused a huge stir. Despite the late discovery, this tomb was filled with treasures. There were gold beds, a throne, chests, and the famous golden mask of Tutankhamun weighing about 10 kilograms. Today, the mask is in the Egyptian Museuem in Cairo and can be admired during a trip to Cairo.

Take with you

  • water / beverages
  • camera
  • sunscreen
  • headgear
  • warm sweatshirt (in winter the nights are cold, in summer the air conditioning freezes quite a bit)
  • it is not necessary to take your passport


  • Transfer from and to a hotel within Hurghada
  • Qualified guide
  • Entrance fees according to the tour program
  • Lunch
  • Taxes and service charges
  • Beverages
  • Tips
  • Banana island cruise $12 per person
  • Transfer from El Gouna $9 per person


Full day (12+ hours)

Tour's Location


Is a trip to Luxor safe?
As organizers of the trip, we are required to obtain a permit from the tourist police allowing us to organize the trip. If there are any signs of alarm, the police do not issue this permit. This has only happened a few times so far, and each time it has been weather-related.
How to dress for a trip to Luxor?
First of all, comfortably. It's usually quite hot in Luxor (especially in summer, the temperature takes its toll), but it's good to have something warmer with you for the bus trip, too. Falling asleep under the air conditioning can make you cold. There are no requirements when it comes to covering your arms or legs to visit ancient temples or tombs, but it would be great if you could keep it modest. It is advisable to dress in a sporty, non-confrontational manner so as not to attract undue attention.
Is entrance to Tutankhamun's Tomb included in the price?
No, it is not included.


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