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Private guided tour in Giza, Egypt

Private Guided Tour in Giza, Egypt
Available as well for Alexandria and Luxor

Combine With your Princess Cruise, Louise Cruise, Oceanic Cruise, Crystal Cruise or other Mediterranean cruises. If you have only a short time, this is the perfect way. Your few hours in Egypt are filled with exotic sights, sounds, scenes and scents.

Arrive on ANY Cruise Ship. This is the perfect addition to your Mediterranean cruise. Extensions are available to Aswan, Alexandria, Sharm El Sheikh, Hurgada, Marsa Alam, and Nile Cruises.

Private Luxor Tour flying from Cairo. More cruise shore excursions in Greece or Turkey.

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Tours

Giza Full Day with Lunch

A - Start and end in Cairo:
Giza Full Day with Lunch

Minimum 2 guests:
Cost per person: $210 Per person Based on using private air-conditioned vehicle , and always with a private guide. (Please advise the language of your preference).

Minimum 4 guests:
Cost per person: $110 Per person with a private air conditioned mini-coach, and always with a private guide (Please advise the language of your preference) .

Minimum 6 guests:
Cost per person: $85 Per person with a private air conditioned mini-coach, and always with a private guide (Please advise the language of your preference).

B - Start and return back to Alexandria or Port Said
Giza Full Day with Lunch
From and back to Alexandria or Port Said
Your guide will meet you in Alexandria or Port Said and escort you to Cairo. In addition you'll have your own private chauffeur.

Minimum 2-3 guests:
Cost per person: $450 Per person based on using private air-conditioned Sedan/vehicle, and always with a private guide. (Please advise the language of your preference).

Meet with your guide at Alexandria or Port Said port passenger Terminal. Roundtrip to/back from Cairo.

Minimum 4-6 guests:
Cost per person: $ 290 Per person, with a private air conditioned mini-coach, and always with a private guide (Please advise the language of your preference).

Meet with your guide at Alexandria or Port Said port passenger Terminal. Roundtrip to/back from Cairo.

Giza Pyramids and Dahshour (L)
We'll motor to the edge of Cairo, to the mysterious Sphinx and the Pyramids of Giza. The museum of the Royal Barge of Cheops is built over the rectangular pit that housed the Royal Barge for thousands of years, the wooden boat was readied for the king's daily journey with the sun god, Ra. Discovered in 1954, in a completely dismantled state, the 43-metre (140-foot) cedar boat is a rare window on the Royal boats used by the kings of Ancient Egypt.

Those who are fit and adventurous enough may wish to penetrate into the heart of the Great Pyramid, to the King's Chamber. Your ticket is included with our compliments (or the interior of Kephren Pyramid). Taking a camel ride (included) is entirely your own choice!

Continue to Dahshour, the newly-opened pyramid field south of Cairo. We visit the great pyramid of Senfru, father of Cheops, and other structure:

The "Discovery" of Dahshour
For almost half a century, the great field of huge pyramids near the desert village of Dahshour, 25 miles south of Cairo, has been off limits to the public. Confined within the perimeter of a military base were many pyramids, including the great 4500-year-old pyramid built by Senfru, father of Cheops. Senfru's pyramid, the largest in Egypt until his son built Giza's Great Pyramid, is rhomboidal in shape: it tapers more distinctly on its upper half. All the pyramids were coated in thick plaster at one time. Most have lost these protective, decorative sheaths, but Senfru's--miraculously--is still in place. We'll take our lunch at a local restaurant El Khan (or Lunch will be in Azhar Park overlooking the Citadel). Transfer back to the pier. Bon Voyage.

Included

  • Private air conditioned sedan or a private air conditioned mini-coach depending the number of guests in your party.
  • Private English (or other language of your preference) speaking guide
  • All admissions, taxes, service charges
  • Lunch - the menu is pre-set but a variety of choices are available

Rate doesn't include

  • Any International air fare
  • Any visa Fee
  • Trip/travel insurance
  • Tips
  • Personal Expenses
  • Any Beverages
  • Hotel accommodation

Cairo from Alexandria or Port Said / Suez
The drive from Alexandria to Cairo about 3 Hours (225 kilometers)

Giza Pyramids and Sphinx
It is the one and only wonder which does not require a description by early historians and poets. It also does not need speculations concerning its appearance, size, and shape. It is the oldest, yet it is the only survivor of the Seven Ancient Wonders. It is the Great Pyramid of Giza.

The great pyramid is believed to have been built over a 20 year period. The site was first prepared and then blocks of stone were transported and placed. One theory on how the pyramid was built involves the construction of a straight or spiral ramp that was raised as the building proceeded. This ramp, coated with mud and water, eased the displacement of the blocks which were pushed (or pulled) into place. A second theory suggests that the blocks were placed using long levers with a short angled foot.

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Featured Review
Enjoy a camel ride on your visit to Giza

Hi Omar! Henry and I returned last week from a most incredible trip. Your associates in Cairo were outstanding. They picked us up on schedule, were attentive and helpful with any questions we had. Our personal guide Eman Masood was a delight. Not only was she extremely knowledgeable, she communicated well, and was receptive to any of our requests for itinerary changes. I would highly reccomend her personally for any of your groups. Everyone EVERYWHERE knew her from the museums to the pyramids and let us know how special a guide she was! I'm so glad we had this chance to work together again and look foward to having the opportunity to use your services in the future........ Stay well and again thank you,

Kindest Regards,
Donna