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1-    Pyramids private  Day Tour   50 USD

 

full day tour in the pyramids and the National museum.

Many tourists do not have much time to spend In Cairo so Here is a one-day tour to enjoy the highlights of Cairo which are the pyramids of Giza and the national museum.

In the evening you can have a unique experience which is the dinner cruise in a 5* boat with an interesting program including oriental Egyptian dancing , folkloric show named as Tanora show , and the dinner in a open buffet with a delicious Egyptian and international food (optional)

If you want to spend a cultural evening instead of the dinner cruise so don't miss the sound and light show to see the pyramids at night time it's really fascinating specially when you listen to the sphinx while telling you the story of ancient Egypt.(optional)

it is a summary to all of Cairo , so if you want a quick tour that is exactly what you need ...

The Itinerary

Our first stop will be the national museum , i will show you the master pieces and give you free time to have your own tour and visit the mummy room if you  are interested.

after that if you felt hungry you can have lunch in a restaurant either with a wonderful Nile view or a gorgeous pyramids view.

after lunch we will visit the pyramids there you see the great pyramid of Cheops which one of the world wonders , the pyramid of Chephren (you have the chance to visit it from inside), and the smallest one of Mecarinus, the valley temple of Chephren , as ill as , the great sphinx and a panoramic view to see the three pyramids together.

if you are interested to have a camel ride it is a pleasure to arrange this for you.

then back to your hotel.

in the evening you can book the sound and light show or a dinner cruise if you like to go out in the evening

Included:

  • Transportation in an air-conditioned van, driving service
  • Egyptologist Tour guide .
  • One bottle of water for each guest.
  • For the formalities and the safety of our guests, we inform the Ministry of the Egyptian Tourism of our programs.

Excluded

  • Entrance fees of the national museum
    Entrance fees of the pyramids.
    Fees of going inside the pyramids(optional)
    Lunch(optional)
    Camel ride fees(optional)
    Fees of the mummy room (optional)
    Dinner cruise(optional)
  • Sound & light show(optional)

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