Hot Air Balloon
The flights on Saturday had the first adventure trip over the temples, pharaonic tombs, and the charming nature and the Nile River, two days after the cancellation of flights due to bad weather and wind speed.
Hot-air balloon flights are considered one of the most adventurous trips in the world, and Luxor city occupies third place in the world in hot-air balloon flights.
Skies of Luxor governorate, in Upper Egypt, were decorated with hot air balloons on Saturday.
With the onset of the early morning breezes near the Temple of Hatshepsut on the western mainland, you are on a date with a journey full of excitement and fun in Luxor skies.
Hot-air balloon rides flying over the ancient wonders of Luxor are the tourists' favorite, as they get a chance to explore the city's spectacular landscape and famous landmarks.
Egypt has resumed, Monday hot air balloon trips in Luxor after nearly seven months of suspension over the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of hot air balloon rides in Luxor surpasses 30 rides per day.
On Saturday morning, more than 10 of Luxor’s hot air balloons took off with about 220 tourists to take in the beautiful view over the city.
A 34-year South African male tourist died at the scene in a hot air balloon crash in Luxor, southern Egypt, on Friday
“Seven tourism companies organized 22 hot air balloon trips carrying 452 tourists in Luxor on Friday,” Egypt’s Civil Aviation revealed in a statement.
One tourist killed and more than 12 injured in a hot air balloon crash in the Luxor Governorate in Upper Egypt.