Valley of the Nobles - Assassif
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The majority of the tombs at this site date from the Late Period, and are some of the largest tombs on the West Bank. Open to the public are the 26th Dynasty tombs of Pabasa and Ankhhor, and the 18th Dynasty tomb of Kheruef.

HOURS OF OPERATION:
Open daily.
1 May – Ramadan: 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM
(last ticket: 6:00 PM)
Ramadan – 30 April: 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
(last ticket: 4:00 PM)

TICKET COST:
Includes admission to the following tombs:
Kheruef
Ankhhor
Egyptian: 2 LE
Egyptian Student: 1 LE
Foreign: 25 LE
Foreign Student : 15 LE

Tomb of Pabasa (purchase separately)
Egyptian: 2 LE
Egyptian Student : 1 LE
Foreign: 20 LE
Foreign Student: 10 LE

Student rates available to bearers of a valid student ID from an Egyptian university or an International Student ID Card

LOCATION:
On the West Bank, opposite Luxor.

DIRECTIONS:
BY FERRY: From Luxor, there is a local ferry that runs from the Corniche, which is labeled “National Ferryboat.” You will have to catch a taxi once you reach the west bank.

BY BUS: You should be able to rent a minibus from Luxor; many are run through hotels or tour groups.

BY TAXI: Taxis from Luxor will be more expensive, but you can ask to go to Deir el-Bahiri or Dier el-Medina from there, or take the ferry across to the west bank and catch a taxi from the dock.

NO PHOTOGRAPHY IS ALLOWED INSIDE THE TOMBS.

Men performing a mock fight at the Jubilee Festival of Amenhotep III, from the tomb of Kheruef (Sandro Vannini)