In January 2018, Zahi Hawass launched his own excavations at the Valley of the Monkeys, a side valley in the area of the Valley of the Kings.
The focus of the excavations is in the area in close proximity to the tomb of Ay, Tutankhamun's successor. The radar scans in the area detected the presence of a possible entrance to a tomb at a depth of 5 meters. The excavation project is funded by Discovery Channel.
It is believed that the location of the tomb of Ankhsenamun, Tutankhamun's widow, who married Ay after Tutankhamun's death, is still hidden somewhere in the Valley of the Monkeys. See here for more details.
N.b., The tomb of Ay is open to the public. But many drivers will tell you that it is closed. They do not like to drive up the rough track through the Western Valley. Do not be fobbed off by them. The ticket (40 EGP) is available at the ticket office in the Valley of the Kings.
Brian Yare, webmaster, is an Astronomer, IT professional and Egyptologist