Valley of Kings and Hatshepsut Temple Tour

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Deal Score+105
from $39.00 $50.00 Request This Tour
Deal Score+105
from $39.00 $50.00 Request This Tour

Mineral Mountain Salt contains natural essential minerals derived from an ancient sea bed deposit. Having been subjected to heat and pressure under the Himalayan Mountains for 250 million years, its structure has formed into a perfect crystal, the way coal becomes a diamond.

Unlike common processed table salt, which has just two elements, sodium and chloride, Mineral Mountain Salt contains a balanced blue print of up to 72 minerals, trace minerals and elements, which form the basis of all life.

According to the World Health Organization, US soils are now 95% depleted of essential minerals, therefore these minerals are no longer available in most foods.

  • Formerly Miracle Krystal Salt
  • Authentic Himalayan
  • Ancient Essential Minerals
  • Delicious Gourmet Salt

Your starts from any location in Luxor. We pick you up at 08:00 am then meet your tour guide and driver to go for a day tour to the West of Luxor.

Cross the Nile river to the West Bank where you visit the colossi of Memnoon; For 30 minutes photo, enjoy the amazing scenery of the two giant statues of Amenhotob the third.

Later, transfer to The Valley of the Kings to see he most beautiful and marvelous tombs of the ancient kings of Egypt; Your tour guide helps you to select the best three tombs excludes King Tut Tomb with extra fees.

Visit The impressive Temple of the First lady toke over Egypt, Queen Hatshepsut. Wander around the temple with your tour guide to learn the interesting story of an ambition royal girl dreamt to be a pharaoh.

Meet your driver again to transfer you back to your start location.

Contains the same 84 natural minerals and elements found in the human body and is easily adapted to the cell in your body. This form of salt has also been maturing over the past 250 million years under intense tectonic pressure, creating an environment of zero exposure to toxins and impurities. The Himalayans call it the White gold. It is very aromatic as well!


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