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Visit The great Pyramids & the Sphinx on the run

Visit The great Pyramids & the Sphinx on the run

Do you dream of the pyramids but your charter flight is to Luxor ? here is your dream trip , you can fly domestically from Luxor & back in the same day it is only 1 hour flight , do not hesitate make your dream possible , you don't have to delay it until your next visit to Egypt , you take an early morning flight & you com back in the evening . you will wonder around the great Pyramids of Giza and the legendary sphinx as the massive Egyptian museum, and you end up by a walk around Cairo's famous market &old bazaars known as khan khalili , your first and last in the country- remains Cairo, a city that never fails to make a strong impression ,you will be picked up to catch your early morning flight to cairo , a van with a licensed driver and Egyptologist tour guide will take you to tour around the Egyptian museum where is the great Tutankhamun collection & all the antiques of pharaohnic Egypt , then we continue driving to the pyramids , the sphinx , we can stop for lunch as a free hour , then we continue touring around Cairo old market &bazaars , then we will be dropped by Cairo airport to catch the flight back to luxor.
This is a private tour allowing you to determine the amount of time spent at each of the sites during the tour,Also enjoy privileged, personalized attention from your expert Egyptologist guide on this special private tour.


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