Museums / Culture, First Time Visitor, Day Trip / Out of Town, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. they are welcome......
you must be able to get in and out of a car....but if no we can talk about it and manage a person to take care of you .
Maximum travelers: 4
Arabic (fluent), English (fluent)
South of Giza Tombs
This Tour is for people who want to spend time at different Tombs and Pyramids around Giza, along with the Sphinx and a few other surprises along the way.
At the end of your tour, You'll have lunch at one of the Local Restaurant to Try the Egyptian Cuisine.
** You will visit the step pyramid of sakkara, Titi pyramid and you will have the chance to go inside. Titi Pyramid has the most wonderful Hieroglyphic Inscriptions in Giza.
Sakkara and Memphis day tour:
** Meet you at the hotel.
** We will start visit Memphis where you can see the alabaster sphinx (the 2nd biggest size of sphinx in Egypt).
** Then we will move to Sakkara where you will visit the step pyramid of king Zoser, and you will have the chance to go inside the Titi pyramid to see the wonderful columns of hieroglyphs, known as the Pyramid Texts.
** After this we will go to have lunch in one of the local restaurant . . . or in an Egyptian family's house.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: - The hotel or Cairo airport.
End location: - Take you back to where I picked you up.
Hotel or airport.....or if you want me to drop you anywhere in Cairo.
Duration: 7 hours
traffic that might affect the tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 Egyptian Pound - For the drinks, entrance fees...etc.
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We were fortunate to choose Adel as our guide in Cairo. He went above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that we had an excellent experience. Adel is extremely knowledgeable about all the sites we visited which greatly enhanced our trip. He seems to know everyone in Cairo and looked out for us at all the tourist sites making sure we weren't taken advantage of. We found him to be a great travel companion with a terrific sense of humor - we now consider him a friend.