Tutankhamun 90th anniversary, November

Next month is the 90th anniversary of a great event. In November 1922, Howard Carter uncovered an ancient Egyptian tomb that had lain nearly undisturbed for over 3000 years, the tomb of Tutankhamun which revealed to the world many “wonderful things”, as Carter said on his first peek inside.

Nature Travel can show you the treasures from the tomb which are in Cairo, and the tomb where the Pharaoh’s body still rests, in the Valley of the Kings, Luxor.

Anyone interested in Egyptology should take a look at the Facebook page of The Griffith Institute – University of Oxford, for photos of objects from the tomb taken following its opening. The photos are copyright protected so we cannot reproduce them here, but it is worth clicking http://www.facebook.com/griffithinstitute?ref=ts&fref=ts to see these many fascinating images. Included is a photograph of the famous mask of the Pharaoh you see above, but as it appeared when still attached to the mummy of the Pharaoh.


About naturetravelegypt

Our company, Nature Travel, is located in Sinai. For 30 years we have been operating in this region, specializing in desert safaris by camel or jeep, and high -mountain trekking. We also offer a wide range of other services, including hotel reservations and a variety of trips all over Egypt. Our staff are experienced professionals, with multilingual abilities. One of our specializations is the Sinai desert and our staff have extensive knowledge of its flora and fauna, as well as a deep understanding of the traditional Bedouin way of life. 90% of our company personnel, including drivers, guides and cooks, are local Bedouins. They are here to guide you through the majestic Sinai desert, and to help you have an experience of a lifetime. Our transport fleet consists of land cruisers and buses, ideal for both groups and individuals. All are air-conditioned and up-to-date models, for travel in safety and comfort. www.naturetravelegypt.com
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