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  1. Ancient Egyptian Pyramids of Giza with covering the Sun making Sky look orange

    Pyramids, Sphinx and Museum

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 8 hours

    Tour Code: OT10

    Morning tour to Giza, where the famous Pyramids stand as monuments to the Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt and the Great Sphinx, which has kept its secrets for centuries. Depart after Lunch to The Egyptian Museum, containing fabulous treasures from Egypt's ancient past including the magnificent Tutankhamun collection.

    RRP: £90.00 Our Price: £80.00

  2. Ancient Saqqara Tomb with a man having a stick and crane in Egypt

    Saqqara, Memphis, Mosque and Bazaar

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 8 hours

    Tour Code: OT11

    Depart morning to Memphis, the ancient capital of Egypt and then to Saqqara, where the Step Pyramid built by King Djoser, the first Pharaoh to have his tomb built in monumental dimensions. His enormous Step Pyramid stands as a symbol of strength and powerful state, with the divine king at its centre. After lunch, the tour continues to the Citadel, a fortress built in 1183 AD, which houses a number of important monuments, including The Mosque of Mohamed Ali and Al-Gawahara Palace. The day finishes with a visit to the Khan el Khalil Bazaar.

    RRP: £90.00 Our Price: £80.00

  3. Pyramids at Saqqara

    Full Day Visit to Memphis, Saqqara and Dahshour

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 8 hours

    Tour Code: BO20

    The First real pyramid in Egypt, the Red Pyramid and its first try the Bent Pyramid in Dahshur, Dahshur is a famous royal necropolis in Egypt holds many famous Pyramids built by Snefru (Cheops' Father).

    The site is about 40 km from Cairo. Then proceed to the Step Pyramid of Zoser. It was built in the 3rd Dynasty for King Djoser. The world’s earliest stone monument – was built at Saqqara in 2650 BC – more than 4,650 years ago!

    Nearby the ancient capital Memphis was built around 3,100 BC, symbolically located at the spot where the Nile Delta meets the river valley, thus serving as a bridge, unifying the lands of Upper and Lower Egypt. Today, it is a tiny village 24 km south of Cairo, and about 3 km from the most ancient of the pyramids at Saqqara.

    RRP: £95.00 Our Price: £85.00

  4. Egyptian Giza Pyramids in clouds and orange sky

    The Pyramids & Sphinx of Giza (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 3-4 hours

    Tour Code: SD30

    You simply cannot visit Cairo without seeing the spectacular Great Pyramids of Giza and mystical Sphinx, the last remaining wonders of the Ancient World.

    The world’s oldest tourist attraction, the Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza remain the most visited site in Egypt and when you see these imposing stone structures up close, it is not difficult to see why!

    Your experience will be enhanced by your expert guide who will provide a fascinating insight to the history of this magical site which was erected nearly 5000 years ago from millions of blocks of limestone.

    What's more, there will also be the chance (optional) to enter the Great Pyramid of Cheops or one of the smaller pyramids.

    Whilst admiring these ancient treasures, look out for the bewitching figure of the Sphinx - carved from a single block of limestone, the half-human, half-lion statue stands guard over the tombs.

    RRP: £65.00 Our Price: £55.00

  5. Colorful Light Show in Sphinx and Pyramids

    Memphis & Saqqara (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 3-4 hours

    Tour Code: SD31

    Discover some of Egypt's greatest ancient wonders in its ancient capital, Memphis, before continuing on to the Necropolis of Saqqara, home of the Step Pyramid, the world's oldest, still-standing stone building.

    This fascinating tour explores a pair of historical sites situated just outside of Cairo, beginning with Memphis, the ancient capital of the Old Kingdom of Egypt.

    The site is like a giant open-air museum; discover a colossal limestone statue of King Ramses II, the famous Alabaster Sphinx - carved from a single piece of alabaster said to weigh over eighty tons, and the Temple of Ptah which was built by Seti I.

    Next, continue on to Saqqara, a vast, ancient burial ground and the largest necropolis in Egypt. Your expert guide will bring these burial chambers to life and explain why the ancient Egyptians started to bury the dead in stone pyramids.

    Finally, the undoubted highlight of the tour, the Step Pyramid of King Djoser. This iconic monument was built around 4,600 years ago and is the first stone structure to appear in the world.

    RRP: £70.00 Our Price: £60.00

  6. Alexandria City National Museum with Egypt flag and cloudy sky

    Full Day Alexandria City Tour (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 10-11 hours

    Tour Code: SD32

    Unlike any other Egyptian city, Alexandria is often referred to as the 'Pearl of the Mediterranean' and has a rich Greek and Roman heritage as you'll discover on this day tour from Cairo.

    Travel by air-conditioned car to the Mediterranean coast and the port city of Alexandria. Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC, Alexandria was the capital of Greco-Roman Egypt and a centre for learning in the ancient world.

    Its legendary Lighthouse was one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the city was also the setting for the fiery relationship between Cleopatra and Mark Anthony.

    As you explore this vibrant city with your private guide you will discover some of Alexandria's most famous sights including Pompey’s Pillar, an 82-foot tall column carved from red Aswan granite and erected in honour of Emperor Diocletian.

    View the ancient Roman ampitheatre which dates from the Second Century and then continue to the Greco-Roman Museum which houses an amazing assortment of mummies, sarcophagi and statues.

    Enjoy lunch at your own leisure on the Corniche overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and in the afternoon you will have the chance to see the beautiful Montaza Palace and Gardens before heading to the Catacombs of Kom-el-Shouqafa.

    Arguably the highlight of any visit to Alexandria, this warren of tombs, chambers and hallways occupies the largest known roman burial site in Egypt.

    RRP: £195.00 Our Price: £175.00

  7. Colorful Light Show in Sphinx and Pyramids

    Sound & Light Show at the Giza Pyramids (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Tour Code: SD33

    Music, lights and dramatic storytelling bring the ancient Pyramids of Giza to life, like never before, in this unique and memorable evening extravaganza.

    Every day when the sun sets on the bustling city of Cairo, the famous pyramids of Giza are absorbed in the darkness of the night until this incredible Sound and Light show brings them back to life!

    Attended by thousands of people each year, the legendary Sound and Light Show uses state-of-art technology to create a mesmirising spectacle.

    Listen and watch as the mystical sphinx takes you on a narrated journey through Egypt’s amazing history - every show provides attendees with a learning experience and sheds light on the mysteries of the Pharaonic civilisation.

    RRP: £75.00 Our Price: £65.00

  8. Colorful Light Show in Sphinx and Pyramids

    The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 3-4 hours

    Tour Code: SD34

    Anyone who is interested in ancient Egyptian history must visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities and explore the world's greatest collection of Egyptian artifacts including the legendary haul from the Tomb of Tutankhamen.

    The Pharaohs may be gone but their treasures and stories can still be found at the amazing Egyptian Museum located in the heart of Cairo.

    Over 120,000 artefacts are on display across 107 halls including huge statues of the pharaohs and gods they worshipped, an abundance of jewels, the scrolls of papyrus, intricate coffins inlaid with semi-precious stones and gold leaves and, of course, ancient mummified remains.

    Although it would take months to admire each and every relic, your expert guide will help you discover some of the most famous objects such as the golden treasures from Tuthankhamun’s Tomb.

    Marvel at King Tuthankhamun’s intricate coffin, the seemingly infinite jewels and his world-famous solid gold burial mask.

    Other amazing artefacts include the statue of Khafre, a rare group of Fayoum Portraits and the Nubian funerary cache.

    RRP: £75.00 Our Price: £65.00

  9. Colorful Light Show in Sphinx and Pyramids

    Tour of Old Cairo (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 3-4 hours

    Tour Code: SD35

    Away from the pyramids, a different aspect of Cairo's diverse and colourful history can be discovered in the medieval quarter, a melting pot of ancient architecture and religious monuments.

    Although most visitors to Cairo are keen to the see the Pyramids and Sphinx, the city's rich Christian, Jewish and Islamic history should not be ignored.

    The medieval quarter – often referred to as Old Cairo or Coptic Cairo is home to fascinating examples of ancient architecture and countless Coptic Christian monuments.

    From here, your guide will take you to the Hanging Church of the Virgin Mary that is literally built into the walls of the Roman Fortress.

    Dating from the 4th century, this is arguably the oldest church in Egypt and houses a beautiful wood carving depicting Jesus Christ entering Jerusalem.

    You will also be taken to the Church of St Sergius or Abu Serga, which is believed to be built atop one of the sites where the Holy Family rested on their flight from Herod.

    Your tour concludes with a visit to the Ben Ezra Synagogue - Hidden in the alleyways of Old Cairo the synagogue dates from the 9th century and according to Coptic tradition a well outside marks the location where the pharaoh’s daughter plucked the baby Moses from the reeds.

    RRP: £65.00 Our Price: £55.00

  10. Colorful Light Show in Sphinx and Pyramids

    Cairo's Citadel, Mosques & Bazaars (Private Tour)

    This tour includes an English speaking guide.

    Duration: 3-4 hours

    Tour Code: SD36

    Discover some of the world's finest Islamic architecture before soaking up the sounds, smells and atmosphere of the lively Khan-el-Khalili bazaar, Cairo's oldest and most colourful street market.

    The tour starts with a visit to Old Cairo, home to the famous Citadel. Built in 1176, the Citadel occupies a lofty position overlooking the city and was inhabited by nearly all Egyptian rulers for the next 700 years.

    Within the walls you will find the Mohamed Ali Mosque, which is also known as the Alabaster Mosque due to its white marble, alabaster and bronze decorations.

    Your guide will then take you across the square where you will discover the stunning Sultan Hassan Mosque. Built in 1356, the mosque is considered one of the finest pieces of Islamic architecture and its beauty will leave you breathless.

    Finally, get ready to haggle at the bustling Khan-el-Khalili bazaar where wares including handmade gifts, leather goods, spices and Egyptian fabrics are for sale.

    RRP: £75.00 Our Price: £65.00

  11. *Please note if only one person is travelling on a tour a supplement may apply, please enquire.

    **All prices are on a per person basis.

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