Category | Egyptians Kings

Pyramids of Giza

Giza Plateau

Pyramids sits almost in the center of Giza, a fantastic place that incite our imagination to think how many thousands of years ago they managed to do something so incredible and great, without modern technology

Great Pyramid of Khufu

Oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact

Pyramid of Khafre

Second-largest of the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids of Giza, Even though it’s shorter than the first one, it appears to be taller as it sits on a bedrock that is 33 ft higher than Khufu’s pyramid

Great Sphinx of Giza

This mythological creature with a lion’s body and human head sits in front of Khafre’s Pyramid. The Sphinx’s face is even said to represent the pharaoh Khafre, acting as a guardian of Khafre’s pyramid and a symbol of...

Pyramid of Menkaure

The third and the smallest of the major pyramids at Giza belongs to Menkaure, rising to a height of 65 meters, but the complex preserved some of the most stunning examples of sculpture to survive from all of Egyptian...

Giza Solar boat museum

Intended to take Pharoah to the next world, this Solar Boat of Pharaoh was Discovered in a sealed vault buried behind the great pyramid of Cheops. The ancient Egyptians had disassembled and numbered each piece like a...

Abu Simbel Temples

Abu Simbel Temples

Site of two temples built by the Egyptian king Ramses II (reigned 1279–13 BCE), now located in Aswan Governorate, southern Egypt

Temple of Nefertari

Built by Ramses II, as a tribute to his wife, Queen Nefertari, It is considered one of the few examples of large temples dedicated to a woman in Ancient Egypt

Wadi El-Sebua Temple

This temple is really beautiful both in the entrance and carvings on the inside, while the other two temples nearby are surrounded by awesome scenery

Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings

Known to contain 64 tombs and chambers, it was the principal burial place of the major royal figures of the Egyptian New Kingdom and many nobels

Deir el Bahari & Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut

Fantastic setting and temple for the female pharaoh, the visual impact of the temple building, backed by towering mountains, with lovely large statues, columns and hieroglyphs will amaze you

Tomb of King Tutankhamun

Discovery of this boy-king tomb who died in 1324 BC at the age of 19, after ruling for about 10 years, became one of the greatest discoveries in the modern History

Tomb of Ramesses VI

Walls with amazing color and the star chart aching across the burial chamber is a true wonder, making it one of the top preserved tombs in the Valley of the Kings

Tomb of Ramesses III

Often called the Tomb of the Harpists due to scenes showing harpists playing, the tomb of Ramses III depicts the events in the life of Egypt's last warrior Pharaoh

Deir el-Medina (Valley of Artisans)

Consists of graves of builders, engineers, engravers and other workers who were required to carve the dozens of tombs out of sheer rock over the centuries

Valley of the Nobles

A big collection of tombs in the west bank of the nile in luxor where you can see a fantastic scenes that tells you about the daily life in ancient Egypt

Valley of the Queens

Many of the high-ranking wives of Ramesses I, Seti I and Ramesses II were buried in the Valley. One of the most well-known examples is the resting place carved out of the rock for Queen Nefertari

Tomb of Merenptah

Discovered by Howard Carter in 1903, Tomb of Merenptah is one of the largest tombs in the valley


Karnak Temple Complex

No site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak Temples, where generations of pharaohs wished to record their names. Walk through the Great Hypostyle Hall, to reach the sacred lake of the temple. The Karnak complex is...

Luxor Temple

Build by Amenhotep III and Rameses II approximately 1400 BCE, it is strikingly graceful monument in the heart of the modern town

Temple of Medinet Habu

Fascinating excellent preservation to see the remains of the painted reliefs and suddenly you will realise how much of these temple structures were colourfully rendered. Another awesome temple with a lot of history...

Avenue of Sphinxes

The Avenue of the Sphinxes having amazing carvings, paintings and layout is the ancient way that links Luxor Temple to Karnak Temple

Temple of Seti I

Built by Ramses II in memory of his father, One of the chambers contains a shrine dedicated to Seti's father Ramesses I

Precinct of Mut

A temple in Egypt that has survived to this day, the so-called monastery of the ancient Egyptian goddess Mut in Karnak (Luxor)

Other Places

Esna Temple

Dedicated to the egyptian diety Khnum, his consorts Menhit and Nebtu, their son, Heka, and the goddess Neith, It was remarkable for the beauty of its site and the magnificence of its architecture

Temple of Edfu

Being the largest temple dedicated to Horus and Hathor of Dendera, it was the center of several festivals sacred to Horus

Dendera Temple complex (Hathor temple)

This beautifully restored main temple is dedicated to goddess Hathor of Egyptian Mythology and is virtually intact, complete with dark chambers, underground crypts, twisting staircases and rooftop access making it One...

Temple of Kom Ombo

Standing infront of the temple you are met by two entrances. The right hand is dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god and the left to Horus the falcon god, & behind the temple is a crocodile museum with a lot of crocodile...

Desert and Wadi

Black Desert

70 million years ago this area was all under the sea and very volcanically active. The volcanic activity caused magma to spew which cooled into this black lava

Wadi El Hitan (Valley of Whales)

A place which many centuries ago was a part of the ocean is today a dessert. And driving through the desert and visiting the museum is an amazing experience once should not miss

White Desert

White Desert stretches for 50 km between Bawati and Farafra, or 70-120 km from Bawiti & it is the most photographed area is the southern end closest to Farafra

Wadi El Rayan

Three waterfalls in the heart of desert with very nice lake makes it amazing natural place to visit