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Private Tour: Luxor West Bank, Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut Temple
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This desert valley contains the ancient burial ground of many Egyptian pharaohs. Among over 60 royal tombs is the famous Tomb of Tutankhamen that was found in pristine condition.
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Luxor City, Luxor 85511, Egypt
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Reviewed yesterday

Valley of the Kings is situated at the West Bank. It is a must see. Best to go early in the morning though it soon gets very hot. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water. You need to be quite physically able to walk into the...More

Thank hulagirlSurrey
Reviewed 4 days ago

Really nice guided tour. I recommend people to take a guided tour to know every single detail behind every sarcophagus. You can visit 3 or more tombs and you can choose which ones do you want to get in to. The only detail is that...More

Thank MaryahShdid
Reviewed 4 days ago

Everything you thought it would be and more - well organised and our guide provided lots of information -

Thank annwaynebutterworth
Reviewed 4 days ago

It's hot and a lot of walking and climbing and bending over to get into the tombs, but will worth it. Check out the best ones to visit and hit them first. You will be exhausted and thirsty. No photos inside the tombs. Don't be...More

Thank ashtabula
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were able to go in with our cameras after we didn't feel comfortable leaving it at the front entrance. You are not allowed to take any pictures inside the tombs or on premises at all. After bribing some of the guards we were able...More

Thank Cecy329
Reviewed 5 days ago

No Cameras allowed inside. A place to see burial chambers of ancient Pharaohs. It is located in the west bank (signifies land of setting sun) of luxor city.

Thank SubhasishMallik
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very, very hot, large hat and long sleeves are essential here as there is no shade in the valley at all. The actual tombs are fantastic to see, the painted walls will blow you away.

2  Thank MWA1967
Reviewed 1 week ago

Impressive tombs hidden in the rocks. Must do! Unfortunately taking pictures is forbidden. Just beware of the guards and ignore them as they try to be welcoming but expect money.

Thank BGtraveller23
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This archeologicale site has 64 funeral tombs but only about 20 are open to visit. The place it's very safe because guarded by police.For now it's possible to see the real Tut'AnkhAmon mummy's in his funeral tomb. A good guide will tell all the story...More

Thank NinaC07
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We saw the interior of three tombs, having decided not to pay the extra to see inside the tomb of Tut-ankh-Amun, the colours of the wall paintings need to be seen to be believed, especially when you consider that some are over 5 thousand years...More

Thank 759jjw7
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13 October 2017|
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Response from chadwickem2016 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, As others, I see, have mentioned it might be best to forget about Saint Catherine's Monastery currently for some increasing safety concerns. It is also on the Sinai Peninsula whereas your other destinations are... More
5 June 2017|
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Response from Sharon C | Reviewed this property |
Hi. This is a tough question to answer - they are very different destinations. The pyramids are in Giza (near Cairo. There are no pyramids at the Valley of the Kings (or Valley of the Queens); it is literally tombs built... More