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Egypt Top 10 Tours

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 yo…

Sun to Illuminate Inner Sanctuary of Pharaoh's Temple
Sun to Illuminate Inner Sanctuary of Pharaoh's Temple
(October 22, 2011)
For most of the year, the inner sanctum of the main temple at Abu Simbel is shrouded in darkness.
On two days, traditionally the anniversary of the birthday and coronation of pharaoh Ramses II, a shaft of sunlight pierces the gloom, illuminating statues of gods and the king in the temple's inner
On February 22, a day celebrating the king's birthday and again on October 22, a day celebrating his coronation, sunlight illuminates seated statues of the sun gods Re-Horakhte and Amon-Re, as well as a statue of king Ramses II. The statues sit in the company of the Theban god of darkness, Ptah (who remains in the shadows all year).
Seated between Amen-Re to his left and Re-Harkhti to his right, the statue of Ramses II has greeted the rising sun twice a year for the past 3,200 years at Abu Simbel.
Pulse of the Planet
The spectacle—which has end…

Dr.Zahi Hawas Exclusive

Dr. Zahi Hawass is theSecretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities. Born in Damietta, Egypt on May 28, 1947 . He was the General Director of the Giza Pyramids and Saqqara and Bahria Oasis from 1987-98. Hawass studied in both Egypt and the United States, receiving his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1967 and his Diploma in 1980 in Alexandria, Egypt. Then he went to the University of Pennsylvania for Egyptology and received his Master of Arts Degree in 1983 and earned his 1987. Hawass has been a consultant for several documentaries, films, television specials and magazine stories through