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27 May 2018
“Quarry and tombs”
6 Nov 2016
“Hard to get to but Great once there.”
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Reviewed 27 May 2018

Our felluca the Dahabiya Zekrayaat moored here for the night and we explored the site early in the morning - there was nobody there. It is a dusty path, some 500m along the rock cliff in which there are several excavations ; tombs and the...More

Thank Dirk W
Reviewed 7 November 2016

We took the boat route to get there but I hear there is a desert road that will get you there as well. A good place to go if you are a serious Egyptophile like I am. I am trying to see all the remote...More

Thank Steven W
Reviewed 17 August 2016

We accessed the place by boat (not usual !). The Horemheb Rock Chapel is not very large but contains some very interesting wall paintings. Colors remained surprisisngly well, even after so many centuries. Some depictions are very beautiful. Interesting place for people looking for other...More

Thank cwfan
Reviewed 27 November 2014

I tried to visit the place from west bank via Edouf and went with taxi from Luxor. First I visited el Kab. After I returned to Taxi, the driver told me that people at el Kab told him that it is not advisable to drive...More

Thank worldtraveller1a
Reviewed 23 October 2010

Gibel Silsila also has another name, Khenu, which seems to mean ‘Place of Rowing’ Most guide books say you can only gain access to this site by going by dahabiya, but this is incorrect. I travelled from Luxor by mini-bus on the East Bank of...More

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