Didn't have a guide just paid for a taxi driver (Ali) brilliant and entrance fee , we thought that we would get entrance to most of the tombs but it is only for 3 you had pay extra for the most decorated tombs but they...More
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There have been about 64 caves discovered till yet in which the Pharaoes kept there Mummies. In some caves the mummies are still kept to be seen.
The most famous and magnificent temple was the Temple of Hatshepsut. Strolling up the long ramp to the entrance of this famous building was like a dream come true for us! Aside from the temple, the enoumous rock cliffs towered high in the background. Once...More
After visited so many different temples, i'm still impressed by the tombs in the Valley of Kings! The hieroglyphics on the walls are simply amazing!!! Also, you can visit the Tutankhamun's tomb, the mummy is still remain inside the tomb. Need to pay extra ticket...More
A place of great interest, beauty, and history to visit. A must destination in Egypt ! I recommend to have a good guide. I mean a good guide with Knowledge and interest only to guiding! Not guide who interest is to take you for shopping...More
The Valley of the Kings near Luxor is a breath taking experience. It’s hard to believe that 62 kings and pharaohs are buried on this site and are still being discovered. There are lots of “tombs” to visit, so be prepared for a long day...More
Tombs and temples tend to blur after a while but even my partner was amazed. They have (this week) started to allow photographs ....for a fee....and guides are not allowed inside. But the colours are out of this world. Pick carefully for a variety.
The valley of the Kings is a must see for any visitor to Luxor. The ticket price includes entry to only 3 of the tombs, you can pick which 3 you want to go in. Please note that King Tut's tomb is extra, and can...More