not visited as often as the nearby royal
tombs, the tombs of the nobles also feature
rich decoration. Khokha is located at the
northeastern side of the Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
hill. Open here are the tombs of Neferronpet,
a Scribe of the Treasury, Djehutymes, Head
of the Secrets in the Chest of Anubis,
and Nefersekheru, Scribe of the Divine
Offerings of all the Gods, and an Officer
of the Treasury in the Southern City.
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)
Includes admission to the following tombs:
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
the West Bank, opposite Luxor.
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.
BUS: You should be able to rent a minibus
from Luxor; many are
run through hotels
or tour groups.
TAXI: Taxis from Luxor will be more expensive,
but you can ask
to go to Deir
or Dier el-Medina from there, or take
the ferry across to the west bank and
a taxi from the dock.
IS ALLOWED INSIDE THE TOMBS.
Osiris and Isis,
at the Weighing of the Heart,
from the tomb of Nefersekheru
of Neferrenpet, from the inner
shrine of his tomb (Sandro