you can see the ancient sculptures and paintings allover the tombs, it's great we've been there. one of the best in valley of the kings
With pictures not allowed, it becomes hard to remember what you saw in which tomb, but the consensus in our group was that this was our favorite. On the way down the beautifully painted corridor, we spotted Coptic graffiti and images of Set and Sobek. We also found beautiful paintings in a gated off side room (getting hit up for... More
If not for our guide, we would have skipped this tomb. But, after seeing many tombs, this is the one to see. The reliefs are amazing and the colors are intriguing. It is a steeper climb but well worth the effort. Our children managed the climb (2 and 4).
Your entry ticket to the Valley of the Kings buys you entry to 3 tombs. We chose to visit the Tomb of Merenptah together with Ramses III and Ramses IV on our first visit. These are 3 of the best. We made a second visit and visited Ramses IX, Tawsert/Sethnakhte and Saptah which are the next best 3. It is... More
This was the first tomb we visited and were very impressed. We were told that this was the longest tomb and enjoyed looking at the story of the journey through the afterlife on our way down. Be careful on the walk as can be a little slippery for kids, take some water.
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