Luxor Private Tour: Covering - valley of the queens - Howard Carter House - Temple of Seti I - Ramesseum Temple
Discover the ancient history of the Valley of the Queens where the Tomb of the Great Queen Nefertari lies. Vist the Temple of Ramses II and the Home of the famous Howard Carter and much more.
- Visit the Valley of the Queens where the wives of Pharaohs were buried in Ancient time.
- The Tomb of Princess Ahmose was one of the first Tombs made.
- View the House of the famous British Explorer Howard Carter
- View Ramesseum Morturary Temple of Pharaoh Ramsses II
- Feel stress free in the knowledge we are a Professional Registered Company.
- All our Egyptologist Guides are Qualified and Fully Licensed.
- All our Clients are Insured
- Includes Tourist Police Permit for all Guide,Transport and Client.
Our Reflections Private Tour Guide will pick you up from your hotel /Nile Cruise by A/C Vehicle to visit 4 magnificent sites of the west bank of Luxor. We start with a visit to the Valley of the queens which contains at least 75 tombs including the Tomb of Queen Nefertari ,queens of the 19th and 20th dynasties as well as other members of the royal families.Then visit Temple of the Ramesseum which was built by Ramses II as a funerary Temple in 1304-1207 B.C, and it was dedicated to the God Ra. Now journey on to Visit Howard Carter House . Former home of the famous English Egyptologist, Howard Carter House is a mud-brick domed structure turned into a museum with photographs of excavations and the original surveying tools.-and the laboratory where the archeologist spent many years looking for "the boy king" ,The surrounding garden features a detailed replica of the burial chamber with the pharaoh's sarcophagus. We finsh the trip with Temple of Seti I .The temple boasts a sophisticated and detailed architectural style, with numerous decorations, images of Egyptian deities, and hieroglyphs all over the walls. When you have finished your visits you will be transferred back to your Hotel/Nile Cruise.
Pick up from hotel & back
Professional English-speaking tour guide
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
Bottled water provided during your tours and transfers
All service charges & taxes
Entry/Admission to valley of queens
Entry/Admission to the temple of Ramesseum
Entry visa to Egypt
Any optional tours
Additional Helpful information
Our cars include limousine , HIACE & minivan all A/C
We recommend you wear sunglasses
We recommend you always carry a bottle of water
We recommend for you to wear suitable shoes
We recommend you to always use sunscreen in summer time
We recommend you to wear light clothing because of high degree in summer time
Yes.. Only your group will participate
We recommend you to wear long Trousers in winter time
We recommend you to take a jacket in winter time
Yes.. you can use the USD , Euro , English pound and Egyptian pound
Yes.. Feel stress free in the knowledge we are a Professional Registered Company
Yes.. All our Egyptologist Guides are Qualified and Fully Licensed.
Yes.. All our private cars very comfortable and professional drivers
Yes.. All our Clients are Insured
No ,there is no special dress code
There are baby seat and seat belts in all vehicles
This is an easy to get around tour.
West bank temples open at 6:00 and close at 17:00 o'clock
No, you are not allowed to have photos in tombs in kings valley temple without having photo ticket
Yes, we can drop you off at a different point not in a starting point if you prefer
Yes.. you are allowed to have photos in Hatchepsuit temple
Yes.. there are bath rooms & coffee shops around Hatchepsuit and kings valley temples
Yes.. Colossi of Memnon is free charge
Yes.. You can add the valley of the kings to your tour with an extra charge of 320 L.E
Yes.. You are can add temple of queen Hatshepsut to your tour with an extra charge of 220 L.E
Yes.. Colossi of Memnon is free of charge
Yes.. You can add Habu Temple to your tour with an extra Charge of 220 L.E
Yes.. You can add Deir el-Medina to your tour with an extra charge of 220 L.E
The distance between Valley of Kings and Hatshepsut Temple is approx.15 mins.
The distance between Valley of Kings and Valley of Queens is approx.20 mins
The distance between Hatshepsut and Valley of Queens is approx.15 mins.
The distance between Valley of Queens and habu Temple is approx. 10 mins.
The distance between Valley of Queens and Colossi of memnon is approx. 15 mins.
Yes.. You can change your Tour to another day if for any reason.
In regards to Tipping it depends on you as the Customer how satisfied you are with the service how much you would like to give.
(Age 12 and more)
(Age 2 to 11)
(Age 0 to 2)
Our Prices are quoted in US $ but we also accept Euros and Sterling per person per trip , with the exception during Christmas, New Year and Easter holidays.If you go to the icon at the bottom of the page you can change the currencey just by clicking the button to whatever currency you wish to use.
0 - 01.99 Free of Charge
2- 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
12+ pay full tour price as per adult person
Please note Airline Policy is as follows…If your tour includes a Domestic Flight a child 0-2 years of age incurs a $15 fee. From 2 years of age are classed as Adult.
We require a deposit of 25% of the total price of the tour, exception being at peak times i.e. Christmas and New Year and Easter, then the deposit required will be 50% of the total price. You can pay the deposit by either Bank Transfer for which we would give you our Bank Account details, or you may pay by Weston Union , or online
If you wish to cancel your bookings the cancellation fees are as follows… At least one week in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
!!!!!! Please note all flights require 100% cancellation fee.
We would advise if you are satisfied with the services you have received then it is customary to give a gratuity but you are not obliged to do so.