Flobater Hotel Luxor

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Sharia Khalid ibn el-Walid, Luxor, Egypt
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Forum Posts

when best to go/low season?

by anonxxx

I want to travel for 3 weeks from cairo (and siwa/alexandria) to luxor in may or june 2010; when is the best time to go, according to low season (less tourists, cheaper) and temperature?

I want to travel on my own, has anybody some advise/experience on this?

Re: when best to go/low season?

by leics

June is probably nearer to low season.

May has a slightly lower temperature.

Climate tables here will give you an idea of what temperatures to expect:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results.shtml?tt=TT000180

Re: when best to go/low season?

by leics

And for Luxor:

http://www.climate-zone.com/climate/egypt/fahrenheit/luxor.htm

Re: when best to go/low season?

by TheLongTone

Not much in it ether way. It'll be low season and even in Feb Luxor is brutally hot. Again, no substantial difference between the two months Siwa is a thoroughly worthwhile destination. Have a look at members pages for more info.

Re: when best to go/low season?

by TheLongTone

....but of course summer is high season in Alex. So May might be better, easier to find decent hotel. I understand booking is advisable in high season there.

Re: when best to go/low season?

by kemawaset

The best time to go to Luxor are the months march or october.
In march and october it's sunny and not so hot.
The temperature is avg.30°Celsius.

Travel Tips for Luxor

The best guide in Luxor

by racayadi

You need to contact him... he will hook you up with great prices, off the beaten path temples, has a great network and knows his stuff..... makes it fun and will even look for the food you want!!!

Mohamed A Senousy (English/German)
mobile: 2 - 010 2554356
email: mulieb2000@yahoo.com
website: www.mulieb2000.8m.com Cruising the Nile on boat.... incredible sunset!!!

The Luxor Temple - A Bit of History

by aliante1981

The Temple of Luxor was constructed on the site of a more ancient sanctuary dedicated to Amon, who was considered to be the ýmainý God, his wife Mut, and their son. Pharaoh Amenophis III once again dedicated the temple to Amon (also called Ra), who was, by the way, one of the Gods thought to have created the world. This construction incorporated parts of original temple erected by Pharaohs Thuthmosis III and Hatshepsut.

Photographing people Rude or ?

by geordiebutcher

I love to take photographs, It means I can still see, and enjoy my travels long after they are over, But! where do you draw the line? Be courteous, ask, even offer a small fee if you have to. In the case of the children in Egypt I found a pen, even a cheap BIC was enough to get the shot I wanted, so think before you shoot. How would you feel if you were under the microscope?

Luxor Tots

by kenmerk

Careful with the kids here in Luxor, I took a picture of this bunch, and tried to give them a Epyptian pound or two to buy some candy.

Wrong move... As soon as they saw money they started going into a feeding frenzy, with a bunch of other kids jumping out all pushing and grabbing. Run away!!! Run away !!!!

I actually aborted the attempt and made a strategic retreat. This was a much different experience then I had with kids in the "non-tourist" areas in Cairo, who couldn't be more friendly and helpful.

So, I guess it is best to spend all you time in Luxor viewing monuments, and save the socializing for elsewhere....

Luxor Temple - Thousands of Heiroglyphs

by ATXtraveler

Walls upon Walls of Heiroglyphs are here for your enjoyment. You literally could spend days on end in these places, so make sure you allow yourself adequate time to enjoy them.

During our tour, we ended up going to too many of the temples, and not spending enough time in one or two more individually... but that worked out well for us in the long run as we got to see so much!

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