Luxor Private Full Day Tour with Qualified Egyptologist- Visit Luxor Museum & Mummification Museum with the temples of Karnak and Luxor with Lunch and sightseeing ticket and all transfers included.
See the major sites on the East Bank of the Nile in Luxor. Visit the well-preserved temple complexes of Karnak and Luxor. Karnak is the largest temple complex in the world, dedicated to the God Amon, his wife, Mut, and their son Khonso God of the Moon. Luxor Temple was dedicated by Ramses II, the greatest builder of ancient Egypt. Then visit the Mummification Museum the Mummification Museum is an archaeological museum in Luxor, Upper Egypt. It is dedicated to the art of Ancient Egyptian mummification and Luxor museum with its wonderful collection of mummies & some of Tutankhamun treasures.
This is the best day tour in Luxor East bank.
The itinerary Full Day Tour in Luxor East Bank
Start your full day tour in Luxor after picking you up from the hotel or Nile cruise to the east bank of Luxor where you will be accompanied by Private Egyptologist to visit the Karnak Temples, the largest example of worship in history and was dedicated to the God Amon, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu. It was constructed from the beginning of the Middle Kingdom to the Greco- Roman Kingdom.
Then move to the Temple of Luxor. It was built by Amunhotep III in 18th Dynasty in the New Kingdom and it was completed by Ramesses II during the 19th Dynasty. King Ramses II was the most famous king in the 19th Dynasty. It was dedicated to the great god Amun-Ra, his wife Mut and their son Khonsu together representing the Theban triad. Enjoy visiting Obelisk of Ramses II in front of the 1st Pylon.
After that have lunch break you will visit the Mummification Museum it is an archaeological museum in Luxor, Upper Egypt. It is dedicated to the art of Ancient Egyptian mummification after that move to Luxor museum, this wonderful museum has a well-chosen and brilliantly displayed and explained collection of antiquities dating from the end of the Old Kingdom right through to the Mamluk period, mostly gathered from the Theban temples and necropolis. The ticket price puts off many, but don't let that stop you: this is one of the most rewarding sights in Luxor and one of the best museums in Egypt.