Upon Arrival to Luxor airport or Luxor railway station, the representative of Nile Dream Tours will pick you up by an air-conditioned private vehicle and check you in MS/Amwaj Living Stone Nile cruise after lunch you visit the East Bank.
The Egyptians believed that towards the end of the annual agricultural cycle the gods and the earth became exhausted and required a fresh input of energy from the chaotic energy of the cosmos. To accomplish this magical regeneration the Opet festival was held yearly the procession began at Karnak and ended at Luxor Temple
Karnak Temple a city of temples built over 2,000 years It is the largest religious building ever made, covering about 1.5 km by 0.8 km could hold ten average European cathedrals. The great temple at the heart of Karnak is so big that St Peter’s, Milan, and Notre Dame Cathedrals would fit within its walls. with the largest number of pylons in all the Egyptian temples dedicated to the sacred triad of Thebes Gods, Amun, his wife Mut, and their son Khonsu.
Luxor Temple Lying at the other end of Thebes connected with Karnak by the avenue of sphinxes the temple was built by Amenhotep III completed by Tutankhamun and Horemheb from the XVIII dynasty and finally Ramses II from the XIX dynasty added the first pylon later the sanctuary was reconstructed by Alexander the Great, then you go back to the cruise to have dinner and stay on board overnight in Luxor.