Optional Trips in Cairo

Cairo Optional tours:


Full day Giza tour program (Pyramids, Sphinx, Memphis & Sakkara):

We start by visiting Memphis the ancient capital of Egypt where colossal statue of Ramses II and the great Alabaster Sphinx, then to visit Sakkara the step Pyramid of Zoser, we will visit the papyrus institute then a visit to the old Pyramids of Giza and enter the Pyramids of Mikarinos, free time for photographing and Camel ride. We continue to see the Sphinx and the valley temple.


Giza pyramids and sphinx
Giza Pyramids and Sphinx

Full day Sakkara and Memphis: (27-Km Southwest of Cairo) Includes a visit to the step Pyramids of Sakkara (The first proper Pyramids built for the king Zosar, it is considered evolution of the Pyramid from the simple Mastaba to the Pyramid in it's known from) Followed by a visit to the Pyramids of Unas & Oser-Kaf the Mastaba of Mereruka, Ti & Ptahotep (carved and painted tombs), followed by lunch.


Tutankhamun golden mask
Tutankhamun Golden Mask

Full day Egyptian Museum & Citadel:

Includes a visit to the Egyptian Museum (one of the most famous museums, filled by magnificent collection of antiques include; Mummies, Sarcophagi & fabulous treasures of TUTANKHAMUN' tomb) followed be a visit to the Citadel (it comprises a number of important monuments which are; the Mosque of Soleiman Pasha, the Alabaster Mosque, Joeh's Walls, Mohamed Ali Pasha Palace & Provides a panoramic view of Cairo from Moqattam hills) followed by lunch.


Cairo citadel
Citadel and Mohamed Ali Mosque

Full day Egyptian Museum & Giza Pyramids:

Visit the Egyptian Museum of antiquities, which host over than 100.000 Objects with the treasures of king TUTANKHAMUN,  we continue to visit the Three Pyramids of Giza and we enter Pyramid of Mikarinos, free time for Camel ride - we continue to see the valley temple and the Sphinx - we will get the chance to visit the papyrus institute on our back to the hotel.

Egyptian museum
Egyptian Museum


Sound and light show at Pyramids:

A dramatic fusion light & music recounting the story of antiquity which takes one back to even of ancient history, the show is presented in four languages: Arabic, English, French and German

Sound and Light show
Sphinx - Sound and Light Show

Dinner Cruise with show:

A magnificent excursion by boat over the Nile riverbank. With spectacular views by night, with Belly dance- shows eastern music, music band and open Buffet diner


From Cairo To Alexandria:



To Alexandria (Full day pompey's pillar & the Catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa with Lunch):

Transportation Cairo-Alexandria-Cairo (by air condition bus)

Includes a visit to Pompey's pillar (a Pillar of 25 m hight, red granite column constructed in honor of the Emperor Diocetian, originally from the temple of Serapis, nearby are subterranean Galleries where the sacred Apis bulls were buried & three Sphinxes) Followed by a visit to the Catacomb of kom El-Shoqafa (Tombs on three levels, also contains the triclinium where Relatives used to sit on stone benches to feast the dead, a center with relieves of bearded serpents, Inside are 2nd Century AD statues of Sobec & Anubis wearing roman Armour) Followed by lunch

Alexandria - pompey pillar
Alexandria - Pompey pillar


To Alexandria (Full day fort Kaitbay and Montazah Palace & Garden with lunch:

Visit fork Kaitbay (Built on the ruins of the lighthouse, contain a mosque, Naval museum & provide a wonderful view of the city & Mediterranean), lunch down town visit Montazah Palace & Garden (A grand structure built in a mixture of Turkish and lotentine style with a number of gardens like shalalat Garden & Nouzha Garden which includes rockeries & Artificial pond)


alexandria - montazah palace
Montazah palace and Park - Alexandria



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