Spend the day visiting Ancient Egypt. Take in the Giza Pyramids and the Sphinx before visiting the Egyptian Museum with the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. A knowledgeable guide will accompany you the whole way.
Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza ,the Sphinx , the older Step Pyramid at Sakkara, then Memphis, the first ancient capital of Egypt .
Admire artifacts from Ancient Egypt in the Egyptian Museum. Then visit Salah El Din Citadel, constructed in 1183 AD, and Mohamed Ali Mosque, built inside the castle in the 19th century. Tour Old Cairo, the site of a city that predated Cairo with many historic churches and a Roman fort.
Make the most of your layover in Cairo! Take in the Pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Museum and then go shopping in one of the oldest markets in the Middle East, Khan El Khalili, while you wait for your flight.
Visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World! Your guide will take you to the 5000-year old necropolis in Giza. Stand at the foot of the Great Pyramids, built for Cheops, Chefren and Mykerinus, and guarded by the Great Sphinx. Everyone who visits Egypt needs to see the Pyramids.
A great tour of the most famous pyramids in Egypt. Visit the Giza Pyramids, the Step Pyramid at Sakkara and the pyramids at Dahshur (the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid). This is a great excursion to see the development of Ancient Egyptian building techniques all on one day.
Have a day tour to Old Cairo and Coptic Cairo visiting Salah El Din Citadel, constructed during the Crusades in 1183 AD, and admire Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque inside the castle’s walls. Tour Coptic Cairo to learn about Egypt’s Christian history and the founding of Cairo before exploring Khan El Khalili.
See the Great Pyramids Sound and Light Show illuminated at night with a stunning audio-visual display. Learn about the history of Ancient Egypt and the story of the Sphinx, guardian of the Giza Necropolis for over 5000 years.
Sooth yourself with an evening on the Nile with dinner and a show aboard the Nile Maxim dinner cruise. Admire the lights of downtown Cairo while enjoying a delicious dinner with a belly dancing and Egyptian folklore show on a two-hour cruise.
Try a horse or a camel riding at Giza Pyramids for 2 hours during the sun rise or sun set. Mount a camel and ride it through the desert to the base of the Great Pyramid. There are horses if a camel seems a bit intimidating.
Learn how to ride a quad bike and set out into the desert around the Giza Pyramids. Enjoy playing in the desert and panoramic views of the pyramids on a plateau above Cairo.
Soak in the beautiful city lights of Cairo aboard a felucca. These Egyptian sailboats have been used for millennia to move up and down the Nile, but they are also ideal for a relaxing evening cruise to escape the bustle of the city. The view is spectacular, especially at sunset.
Visit the Pharaonic Village, a museum designed to teach you about Ancient Egyptians with life-like scenes depicting daily life during the time of pharaohs. This is a great experience for children!
Enjoy an afternoon cruise on the Nile Maxim cruising restaurant in Cairo. You will be served a delicious lunch while enjoying the views of the city from the river.
Drive to Wadi El-Natrun, the birthplace for Christian monasticism. Visit the 4 surviving monasteries of the 50 that once existed here. Begin your trip with the oldest and most isolated monastery, Deir al-Baramus, and learn of the Desert