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You really need to go very early to the valley of the kings as by 9-9.30a.m it’s already getting a bit uncomfortabley hot...I was unable due to limited mobility on this visit to go to as many tombs as I’d have liked to but you...More
As part of our tour of Luxor, my niece (10yrs old) and I had the opportunity to visit three tombs in the Valley; Ramses 2, 4 and 9th. Each tomb was stunning but the best had to be Ramses IV; tomb was superb and the...More
In the middle of the desert , and under the hot sun of Egypt, breath catching tombs are there waiting for u to explore the ancient times! Definitely worth the effort, time and heat! A must see in luxor.
We took a ticket for three tombs and one for taking a picture (300 EGP) if not you are not allowed to take pictures and the people inside the tombs will literally yell at you. (We saw them doing so on two other tourists). As...More
This place contains a lot of kings Tomb including the most and best tomb known as Seti I, with the normal ticket you can only visit 3 different tombs, normally they open about 9-10 tombs a day including 3 extra tomb which will cost you...More
Valley of the Kings contains burial tombs of 64 kings. On a given day, one can visit upto three tombs. The tombs are long passages (approx 100 Meters long) inside the hills with a lot of drawings on the walls with a burial chamber at...More
Fantastic place ! recommend to go early morning as it is not so warm. In case you wonna make pics better buy a ticket. They will cach you. But with a small tip if you are luckey you can manage. If not you pay a...More
We were advised by our guide that there was no guarantee on any given day that certain tombs would be open as they would close them for a number of reasons. You just have to go there and hope that the ones you want to see... More
We were advised by our guide that there was no guarantee on any given day that certain tombs would be open as they would close them for a number of reasons. You just have to go there and hope that the ones you want to see are open. We were not disappointed. You have to pay extra to see some of them.