4 days 3 night
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A 4-day grand tour across Cairo and Giza. In which, you’ll get to visit Egypt’s most famous monuments and make unforgettable memories. From the Great Pyramids of Giza to the Egyptian Museum; and we definitely can’t forget Old Cairo and it’s one of a kind spirit.
During your trip, you will be assisted with Egyptologists and guides at all times, picked up and dropped off from your locations by our air-conditioned vehicles. Camel rides, snacks, water, monuments entrance fees are all covered.
Accommodation plan: 4-star hotel: Mercure Cairo pyramids Hotel
Note: The rate will increase by 40% during high seasons (New Year, Easter & Christmas)
When arriving to Cairo, our representative will be waiting for you to help with passport control and luggage. Later on, they'll drive you in our private car to your hotel, to settle and get some rest.
Have breakfast early because our tour guide will pick you up at 8 am to kick-off your journey. The tour will start by visiting the Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx. After that, you will have a 20-minute camel ride across the great Pyramids and visit the Panoramic Place. Then, the tour will continue by visiting the Valley Temple of Khafre, in which the priests mummified the dead body of king Khafre. In the afternoon, you'll be taken to a local restaurant to try one of the oriental Egyptian meals for lunch. Most of the tours stop there and tourists don't know that the Great Pyramids are not the only pyramids there and that will be your next stop.
Thirty kilometers away from Cairo lies the site of Saqqara where pyramid building in Egypt first began. There, the Step Pyramid, the Bent Pyramid, and the Red Pyramid are magnificent reminders of the early architecture of the pharaohs and some of the Old Kingdom's most dazzling treasures.
We’ll wrap up with a drive to one of the oldest and most important cities in ancient Egypt, Memphis. There you'll get to see a monumental statue of Ramses II and a beautiful sphinx carved from a single, enormous piece of alabaster. Afterwards, you'll be escorted back to your hotel.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
Note: For an additional $45, you can have dinner over a Nile view with a show of a belly dancer and Tanura. Transportation is covered.
You'll have breakfast at the hotel then picked up by our tour guide. The day will start with visiting the museum of Egyptian Antiques, where it's the home of 120,000 of ancient Egyptian Antiques Collection that dates up to 6000 years old, including the Tutankhamun exhibit, which contains his golden Mask and jewelry.
After lunch and water break, you'll continue with visiting Coptic Cairo. Around Fort Babylon, Egyptian Christians’ oldest churches were built. In addition to being the destination of pilgrimage for people of different religions all over the world, this area holds ruins of the Roman fortifications and several churches. During this touryou will be visiting the church of St Sergius (Abu Serga) which is believed is the spot where the Holy Family rested at the end of their journey to Egypt, the church of St. Barbara, the hanging church, and the old Jewish synagogue (Ben Ezra Synagogue).
You can't miss spending an unforgettable night at Khan El-Khalili Bazaar. The Bazaar is in the historic center of Cairo; It was established as a center of trade in the Mamluk era. The Bazaar has various products of all kinds and shapes, from Silver, Copper, Brassware to Gold and Leather Goods.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
Note: For an additional $55, you can be taken to the Sound & Light show at the Pyramids. Transportation is covered.
Time for this unforgettable journey to come to an end. After breakfast, you'll be escorted to the airport and someone will assist you with final departure formalities.