Your guide will meet you at the exit door of the cruise ship to drive to Cairo. Upon arriving in Cairo; you will start your day by visiting the pyramids of Giza. It is a childhood dream for millions of people in this world, especially for those who studied about them when they were little kids. Did you ever dream of visiting those great structures on a day tour? Is it possible to visit the most famous pyramids in one day?
Discover the magic of Giza city on a day tour and explore the famous Giza pyramids area and Sphinx. You will start visiting the symbol of Eternity and the only wonder that still survives among the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Great Pyramid of Cheops(Khufu). It is certainly one of the most important monuments of ancient Egypt. A masterpiece of fabricated structure and architecture, you will be overwhelmed by the huge size of its blocks, the height, and the age that exceeded 4600 years.
While you stare at this great monument, your guide will explain fully the history of the area including the other pyramids, of Chephren and Mycerinus, answer all your questions and give you free time for photography. You will have the chance to take pictures of the area including all the pyramids from the panorama area.).
You will spend more than two hours in the area so that you can have enough time to do some extras like entering one of the pyramids chambers and visiting the Sun boat museum. (All upon your request for an extra cost). You may like to have fun and explore the edge of the desert by having a camel ride around the area. (For extra cost).
Moving to the Sphinx area where you will spend some time exploring this monolith statue, which symbolizes the power and wisdom of the pharaoh as the statue, was carved as a lion's body and the head of the pharaoh. Next to the Sphinx area, you will visit the valley temple where you will learn about mummification in ancient Egypt.
The next stop will be at Sakkara, another great archeological site where the famous and multi-titled architect Imhotep built the oldest pyramid in Egypt. The first stone structure is 4800 years and was erected in the form of huge solid steps on top of each. (The name Step Pyramid is quite suitable).
Your tour guide will accompany you inside one of the tombs of the nobles (tomb of Kagmini) to see murals reflecting daily life activities in ancient Egypt. You can enter the burial chamber of King Titi in the area.
Since the itinerary for the private tour is completely flexible, we can accommodate any special requests. You can spend as much time as you like on each side without being rushed. Our tours are personal and you are the boss – expect a top-quality day tour –With our professional staff - you will not be disappointed
At the end of the day tour, you will drive back to Alexandria port.
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A 110 km (68 miles) drive from Alexandria port to the town of Al Alamein. A visit to the War Museum and the Commonwealth Cemetery. Explore the German and Italian Memorials and learn about the importance of this area in the result of the WW II. Enjoy the beautiful sea view of the Mediterranean in the North Coast. Have a delicious lunch at a local restaurant Entrance fees, Egyptologist guide and comfort transportation.
Comfort drive from Alexandria to Cairo Visit the archeological site of Sakkara to explore the step pyramid complex and the tombs of the nobles. Entry to the pyramid of Titi and the tomb of Kagimni. Look at the colossus of Ramses II and the second-largest Sphinx at the ancient capital of Memphis. Explore the site of Dahshour with its three pyramids Egyptologist guide, air-conditioned vehicle, and entrance fees are all included.
3 hour’s drive from Alexandria port to Cairo Visit the Hanging Church and Babylon fortress. Feel the holiness of the Cavern church where Mary and Jesus were hiding. Learn about the history of the Jewish temple and community. Explore two famous mosques in Cairo, Mohamed Ali Mosque and Ibn Tulun with the Gayer Anderson museum. Egyptologist guide, transportation, and entrance fees.