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Cairo: Dinner Cruise on the Nile River

Cairo: Dinner Cruise on the Nile River

A dinner cruise on a Nile River Steamer is a fabulous way to enjoy a night out while you’re visiting Cairo. You'll cruise in comfort and elegance as you take in the lights of the Cairo skyline at night. During the evening you'll enjoy an open buffet that features international and Egyptian cuisine. In addition, you’ll be entertained by a folkloric and belly-dancing show. Experience a perfect ending–or addition–to your visit to Egypt. This is a full evening out and a great opportunity to enjoy good food, unique entertainment, and a romantic evening gazing at the sights along the banks of the Nile.

Cairo: Egyptian Museum, Citadel, and Old Cairo Guided Tour

Cairo: Egyptian Museum, Citadel, and Old Cairo Guided Tour

Explore ancient Egypt with a private and guided tour of the major sights. Immerse into history at the Egyptian Museum, walk the streets of Old Cairo, gaze at the Citadel, and browse around the Bazaar. Learn everything need to know from your Egyptology guide. In the morning, your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and begin the tour with a visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Admire and listen as your guide walks you through the ancient collections and fully immerse in to Egyptian culture. As the richest museum of Egyptian antiquities in the whole world, it contains pharaonic treasures from over 5,000 years ago. It also contains Tutankhamun's tomb treasures which draw crowds from all over the world. Afterward, head to the massive medieval Salah El-Din citadel, which was once a stronghold against the Crusaders. Explore this ancient fortress and marvel at its brilliant domed ceilings, suspended lights, and views of Cairo. The citadel houses the Alabaster mosque of Muhammad Ali. Drive to the Old Cairo quarter. Coptic Cairo is a part of Old Cairo which encompasses the Babylon Fortress, the Hanging Church, The Greek Church of St. George, and many other Coptic churches and historical sites. It is believed in the Christian tradition that the Holy Family visited this area and stayed at the site of Saints Sergius Church (Abu Serga). You can also enjoy Ben Ezra synagogue and the Church of St. Barbara. After finishing your tour, enjoy a transfer back to your hotel in Cairo.

Cairo: Sakkara, Memphis & Dahshur Private Day Trip w/ Lunch

Cairo: Sakkara, Memphis & Dahshur Private Day Trip w/ Lunch

A representative will pick you up from your hotel at selected pick up time to Sakkara to start your tour of the Step Pyramid of Zoser, the world's oldest significant stone building. It was constructed for King Zoser in the third dynasty. leave Sakkara Drive to Dahshur to visit the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid, the world's oldest standing pyramid (the most preserved pyramid). Afterward, go to Memphis, which King Menes established and served as Egypt's first capital for more than three thousand years, to see the statue of Ramses II and the city's marble Sphinx. Memphis was created and served as Egypt's capital during the Old Kingdom. Note : For pick up / drop off form Cairo airport, Sphinx airport, New Administrative Capital, New Cairo, Helioplis, Badr City, Shorouk, Rehab, Obour, Sheraton Almatar, Sheikh Zayed city or Madinty City will be for additional cost

Giza/Cairo: Sakkara, Memphis and Dahshur Guided Tour

Giza/Cairo: Sakkara, Memphis and Dahshur Guided Tour

Join this full-day tour and you will explore the ancient pyramids of Egypt by visiting the fascinating pyramids of Dahshur, Memphis, and Sakkara, located on the outskirts of Cairo with your private tour guide. Our guide will pick you up from your hotel early in the morning at 08:00 AM to drive you to the Dahshur area, about 35 kilometers from the Giza pyramids. Dahshur was the ancient cemetery of Memphis, and you will visit the 2 famous pyramids of King Senefru. The founder of the 4th Dynasty and the father of King Cheops (founder of the Great Pyramids at Giza), you will discover why the king had 2 pyramids and how it was down to a mistake by his architect. Go inside the Red Pyramid of King Senefru, named for the red limestone used at its core. Then to Memphis, the oldest capital of Egypt after the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt by King Menens in 3,100 BC. Explore the lovely gardens and historic ruins, before ending your day tour at Sakkara to see Egypt's oldest cemetery and the grand necropolis of the former capital of Memphis, visit the world's first monumental stone building at the Step Pyramid of King Zoser, and the magnificent Mastaba tombs, before your return to Cairo for your hotel drop-off.

From Cairo: Giza Pyramids Tour with Light Show and Transfer

From Cairo: Giza Pyramids Tour with Light Show and Transfer

View the amazing Giza Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren, and Mykerinus. Enjoy the Sound and Light Show as bright, colored lights shine against the pyramids. Listen to the audio story of the Sphinx and learn about the history of Thutmosis IV, Akhnaten, Nefertiti, and Tutankhamun. Begin your experience with a hotel pick-up. Go on a drive to the pyramids and see the light show. Appreciate the story of the Sphinx as the blue, and green lights shine on the Giza Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren, and Mykerinus. Hear the story of how the pyramids were built. Enjoy the audio narration as you learn the history of great and famous figures from ancient Egypt, such as Tutankhamun, and Nefertiti. Meet your driver after the show for a comfortable ride back to your hotel.

Cairo/Giza: Camel Ride Around The Pyramids

Cairo/Giza: Camel Ride Around The Pyramids

Your tour will begin with a pick-up from your hotel in Cairo or Giza. You'll then be transferred to the Pyramids of Giza, where you'll meet your camel guide. After a brief safety briefing, you'll mount your camel and begin your safari. You'll ride past the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Pyramid of Khafre, and the Pyramid of Menkaure, as well as the Great Sphinx. You'll also have the opportunity to stop for photos and to admire the pyramids up close. After your safari, you'll be transferred back to your hotel.

Cairo/Giza: Egyptian Museum and Khan el-Khalili Guided Tour

Cairo/Giza: Egyptian Museum and Khan el-Khalili Guided Tour

Your journey begins with a pick-up from your hotel in Cairo or Giza. First, step back in time at the Egyptian Museum, housing the world's largest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts. Your Egyptologist guide will lead you through a captivating journey, unraveling the mysteries of pharaohs, gods, and hieroglyphics. After a delicious lunch at a local restaurant (if options are selected) , prepare to be swept away by the vibrant energy of Khan el-Khalili. This centuries-old bazaar is a maze of narrow alleys lined with colorful stalls overflowing with spices, textiles, souvenirs, and handcrafted treasures. Immerse yourself in sights, smells, and sounds as you haggle with friendly vendors and discover unique treasures. Throughout your guided tour, your expert guide will share fascinating stories about the history and culture of Cairo, bringing this ancient city to life. Learn about the lives of ordinary Egyptians, the traditions of the bazaar, and the significance of the architecture and artwork you encounter. As your tour concludes, relax in your comfortable air-conditioned transportation and return to your hotel with unforgettable memories of Cairo's ancient wonders and vibrant culture.

Giza: Arabian Horse Tour Around the Giza Pyramids

Giza: Arabian Horse Tour Around the Giza Pyramids

Ride a graceful Arabian stallion and enjoy the Great Pyramids on this tour with hotel pickup and drop-off in Giza. Discover the beauty of the Arabian desert in on a traditional way with this horseback ride.  Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Giza and ride in air-conditioned comfort to the stables where the horses are kept. Meet your guide and your majestic Arabian horse. Climb aboard and begin your desert adventure.  Take in views of the Great Pyramids of Giza. Discover the colossal size of the three main pyramids of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. Head further out to marvel at the ancient Great Sphinx statue. Soak up the atmosphere of the desert before transferring back to your accommodation in Giza. 

Half-Day Cairo Sightseeing Tour to Pyramids of Giza & Sphinx

Half-Day Cairo Sightseeing Tour to Pyramids of Giza & Sphinx

Begin this half-day tour of the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx straight from your hotel in Cairo. Head toward the Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus and discover the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact. Egyptologists believe the Pyramid of Cheops (also known as the Great Pyramid of Giza) was built as a tomb for the Egyptian Pharaoh Khofo and constructed over a 14 to 20-year period in 2560 BC. Afterwards, continue on toward the Great Sphinx. The Sphinx has the head of a pharaoh with a lion's body and dates back to the time of Chephren. This sphinx was made to guard the pyramids of King Chefren. Next, visit the Valley Temple which belonged to the Pyramids of Chephren. The temple acted as a place for the purification and mummification process of the king before burial.

Cairo: Djoser, Bent Pyramid & Memphis Day Trip

Cairo: Djoser, Bent Pyramid & Memphis Day Trip

Begin by visiting Sakkara and the Step Pyramid of Djoser, which dates back to 2600 BC under the 3rd Dynasty. It is considered the oldest stone structure and it was built for king Djoser. Proceed to visit Memphis, which was the first capital city of Old Egypt, and see the Statue of Ramses II at Memphis. On your way to the south you will visit the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid of Dahshur. Travel in comfort back to your hotel. Cairo has so much to see, feel, eat and buy, so if you have time and want to add more to your itinerary, let the local operator know if there is anything you would like to add to your itinerary.

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