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Off the beaten tourist trail

Fantastic little tombs away from normal tourist trail hence quiet so better to look around plenty... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
Colchester, United Kingdom
Worth the effort!

Located to the left of the parking lot of Hatshepsut's temple, this is a bit hard to find and for... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Craig T
San Rafael, California
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20 Apr 2017
“Off the beaten tourist trail”
15 Mar 2017
“Worth the effort!”
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

Fantastic little tombs away from normal tourist trail hence quiet so better to look around plenty of different tombs to see also

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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Located to the left of the parking lot of Hatshepsut's temple, this is a bit hard to find and for the real hard core Egyptophile. We wandered around for 1/2 an hour looking for it, but spotted a guard hut on the top of the...More

Thank Craig T
Reviewed 8 February 2017

Some of the tombs of the Stewards of the God's Wife of Amun are located here. Grand scale, lots of paint remaining.

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Reviewed 18 October 2016

Our guide and friend Ahmed Galal took us to this area and these tombs because he said they were as beautiful as those in the Valley of Kings/Queens and he was not wrong. There are some here in Pristine condition and others still in good...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2016

I have visited these tombs on many occasions and can't get enough. This time I visited the new tomb of Djhuty (TT110) and was not disappointed. Keep up the good work.

Thank Somethingelse
Reviewed 31 January 2016

Visit these stunning tombs to see the superb burials high officials arranged for themselves. Currently open (Jan 2016) are Pabasa's massive tomb (TT279) and Kheruef's less well preserved tomb (TT192) which merges into three other tombs. In the latter, the guardian took us to see...More

Thank Nefernefernefer
Reviewed 7 September 2015

Wow wow and wow is all I can say having visited lots of tombs over the years I always missed these and next to hatchepsut temple across the car park these are not to be missed was amazed at how many toms there are in...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 31 December 2014

This is one of my favorite tombs in Egypt. Chief Steward to Queen Tiye, wife of Amonhotep III. Most of the surviving, exquisite raised relief decoration involves the Pharaoh's Heb Seb, or Jubilee Festival, celebrating 30 years of rule. Bring a flashlight, as the T-shaped...More

2  Thank Kimberly S
Reviewed 15 June 2014

Near the temple of Hatshepsut there are also some very nice tombs to be seen. Tickets can be bought at the ticket office at the Hatshepsut temple. The Nobles will set you back 40 EP and Pabasa 30EP. If the caretakers are in a good...More

1  Thank _NF_70
Reviewed 23 November 2012

Experience these wonderful tombs and you will be amazed at what you see. We were recommended to go to these tombs by our taxi driver, Ali and we were not disappointed. We couldn't believe the size of them as we expected them to be small...More

7  Thank Travelling-Welsh
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