Tour overview

2 Nights Luxor-2 Nights Aswan,Abu-simbel


  • Meet and assist at airports
  • All the transfers services during the program
  • Private transfer to Kom Ombo and Edfu
  • Private Transfer to Abu-Simbel
  • Private Transfer to Aswan
  • 2 Nights in Luxor hotel
  • 2 Nights in Aswan Hotel
  • All our transfers are arranged by private A/C vehicle.
  • Entrance fees to the mentioned sites .
  • Tasty lunch in a good quality local restaurant in Luxor and Aswan (Drinks Excludes)
  • Private Egyptologist during the tours
  • Bottle of water and soft drinks is included
  • One hour Felucca ride in Aswan or Luxor
  • All taxes and service charges are covered.

Not Included

  • Any Optional Tours
  • Any Extra fees not mentioned here
  • Tipping

DAY 1 Arrive Luxor -The East

Once your flight landing at Luxor airport, The rock Tours representative will be waiting for you, holding a sign with your name, then You will meet your tour guide to start your tour to visit East bank of Luxor
you will explore The Karnak temple which is considered to be the largest temple complex among most of the sightseeing in Luxor during our Egypt Tours and contains a lot of smaller ruined temples, chapels, towers, and other buildings, then you will be transferred to continue your visit to Luxor Temple which was known as ''ipet resyt'' in ancient hieroglyphics, or "the southern sanctuary'', built roughly in 1400 B.C by King Amenhotep III, Ramses II, Tutankhamen, and other kings and rulers of ancient Egypt Back to your hotel to overnight in luxor

Day 2 The west

Optional tour: Hot Ballon ride

one of the most experiences you can do to fly above the largest open-air museum in the world, Luxor city.
Luxor hot air balloon ride enables you to see the entire city from the sky, relax with the view and enjoy watching the blue color of the Nile River and the two green banks shining between the golden desert

Hot ballon ride enables you to see the entire city from the sky, relax with the view and enjoy watching the blue color of the Nile River and the two green banks shining between the golden desert, The “Balloon Ride” trip departs every day, however confirmation in advance is still highly recommended, the balloon ride takes from 45 minutes to 1 hour before your landing.
Or you can start to visit the west bank with your tour guide. You will start to visit the Colossi of Memnon which are two colossal statues representing King Amenhotep III seated and having his hands resting on his knees facing East towards the Nile River, the temple of El Deir El Bahri ( the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut ) which is cut into the mountain and was built by the Queen who was the Pharaoh in Egypt 150 centuries ago,
Enjoy lunch meal in one of the best local good quality restaurants in Luxor before proceeding to the Valley of the Kings which contains more than 62 tombs cut by the kings of the New Kingdom from the reign of Tuthmosis of the 18th dynasty, and during the 19th dynasty and the 20th dynasty as well. The Valley of the Kings got its popularity after the discovery of the tomb of the golden king Tutankhamen.(extra tickets) At the end of your tour you will be transferred back to your hotel to overnight

Day 3 Edfu/ Kom Ombo:

After breakfast Your professional guide who will accompany you from your hotel in Luxor to enjoy your day Tour to Edfu and Kom Ombo Temples from Luxor. You will head to Edfu which is about one hour and a half drive from Luxor by the vehicle. the tour begins at the Temple of Edfu that was dedicated to the falcon God Horus, protector of kingship. This Ptolemaic temple was constructed between 237 and 57 B.C and was considered to be the best-preserved cult temple all over Egypt. Then you will be transferred to see the Temple of Kom Ombo which is an extraordinary double temple in the town of Kom Ombo in Aswan standing on a high ground overlooking the Nile, the temple has a double entrance and it is dedicated to the crocodile God Sobek,the god of fertility as he lived in the fertile.

Heading to Aswan Visit the Hight Dam which is considered an engineering wonder built during the 1960s and resulted in the largest artificial lake in the world behind, the High Dam was responsible for around 50 % of the electricity production in Egypt,providing electricity to most of Egypt’s villages for the first time.

lunch then check in your hotel in Aswan to overnight.

Day 4 Aswan:-Abu Simbel/Philia Temple

Tour to Abu-Simbel

After exploring the site and take the most memorable photos assisted by our professional guides who join you during all our Aswan day trips and Excursions, you will then start moving back to Aswan.You can start at 3.00 AM to take your private van with your tour guide to visit Abu- simbel (280 KM) west of takes 3 hours driving one way.

Your personal driver and tour guide will transfer you by bus to enjoy the best Aswan Tours and the best things to do in Aswan which is known as the temple of Abu Simbel, the two temples of Abu Simbel are cut into the mountain rocks by King Ramses II who built these magnificent temples for himself and his favorite wife queen Nefertari,.After exploring the site and take the most memorable photos assisted by our professional guide, you will then start moving back to Aswan.

OR After breakfast your tour guide will pick up you from any hotel in Aswan to enjoy your Aswan Full day tour you will be transferred to the granite quarries in Aswan which provided the ancient Egyptians with such an enduring substance needed for building their statues, buildings, and most importantly their obelisks, in the quarry, you will see the Unfinished Obelisk laid, this incomplete artifact shows the progress of carving an obelisk and release it from the mountain in ancient Egypt. this obelisk was most apparently cut during the time of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most dominant female rulers in the ancient Egyptian history.
Then continue to visit the majestic Philae Temple by motor boat which is the Centre of the cult of Goddess Isis the chief deity of the island, the temple would have been completely submerged under the rising water if an international salvage campaign had not taken place to relocate the temple, you will reach the temple after an enjoyable boat ride to the island. Philae Temple rose to prominence during the Ptolemaic Dynasty and was actually one of the last remaining places where the ancient Egyptian religion was practiced after the spreading of Christianity in Egypt. Temple of Goddess Isis, has the Mammissi (birth house) of Horus, son of Isis and Osiris and the protector of kingship.

Lunch and overnight in Aswan .

Day 5 Aswan/ Cairo

Cheak out from your hotel and fly back to Cairo .