#Egypt #travel Archaeological Paths' Egypt Tour – 09.22.2016 – Day 6

After breakfast on the cruise ship, we started our sightseeing of the Valley of the Kings, hidden among sand-colored mountains. We visited several different tombs with our guide. What is more our guests had an opportunity to visit additional tombs closed to the public, such as Seti I tomb, one of the biggest and most decorative tombs ever built for a Pharaoh. We returned to the ship for lunch and started our cruise towards Aswan. On our luxurious 5-star ship the guests can relax on the beautiful sundeck, while admiring the view of the Nile banks and the surrounding nature and wildlife. Tomorrow morning in Edfu we will visit one of the best preserved temples in Egypt.

Find tour dates and more information about our Royal Tours with Dr. Zahi Hawass on our website www.archaeologicalpaths.com


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