Private Day Trip to Cairo and Giza pyramids from Hurghada

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Duration 20 hours
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Private Day Trip to Cairo from Hurghada

– Private Egyptologist guide: English, French, German, Russian, Polish, Romanian.

Private Day Trip to Cairo and Giza pyramids from Hurghada Itinerary:

  • Departure from the hotel around 2:00 am. (exact time will be announced after booking; the road to Cairo is about 7 hours depending on police escort).
  • After arriving in Cairo, you will visit The Egyptian Museum.
  • Old Cairo Attractions: The Hanging Church, Amr Ibn Al Aas Mosque, Ben Ezra Synagogue. (optional, for an additional fee)
  • Lunch (buffet).
  • The Giza Pyramids (Cheops, Khafre, and Mikerin).
  • The Great Sphinx.
  • Papyrus Institute and Oil Factory.
  • Boat ride on the Nile (optional, for an additional fee).
  • Return to the hotel around 22:00.
Tour Availability:

– Every day from 2:00 to 22:00

Private Day Trip to Cairo and Giza pyramids from Hurghada Price:

Price:

– 2 Person: €210 (Private car)
– 3 Person: €250 (Private car)
– 4 Person: €300 (Private mini van)
– 5 Person: €320 (Private mini van)
– 6 Person: €340 (Private mini van)
– 7 Person: €380 (Private mini van)
– 8 Person: €400 (Private mini van)

– If 8 Person are traveling, the cost per person is €50.

– Visit Old Cairo Attractions: The Hanging Church, Amr Ibn Al Aas Mosque, Ben Ezra Synagogue +€10 per person

– Prices are valid only when booked in advance.

Included in the price:

– Private transportation from and to Hurghada by a private AC tourist vehicle.
– Private Egyptologist guide: English, French, German, Russian, Polish, Romanian.
– Lunch at a local restaurant in Cairo
– Entrance fees to the Giza Pyramids and Sphinx
– Entrance fees to the Egyptian Museum

Not included in the price:

– Optional Nile boat trip 30 miutes by motor boat to see cairo from the River Nile (€10).
– Drinks during lunch.
– Entrance fees to the interior of the great pyramid of cheops (optional €27).
– Personal expenses.
– Round Trip Transfer from (Makadi Bay, Sahl Hasheesh) Hotels extra charge €5 per person.
– Round Trip Transfer from (Safaga , El Gouna , Soma Bay) Hotels extra charge €10 per person.

Take with you:

Water, a photo passport on your phone, dry rations (ordered in advance at the hotel reception), warm clothes (in the bus air conditioning in winter), a tourist pillow, comfortable shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, money for the tour and minor expenses, power bank to charge the phone.

Private Day Trip to Cairo and Giza pyramids from Hurghada 2024

Let a Private Day Trip to Cairo and Giza pyramids from Hurghada line your vacation with the colors of explorations and greatness in a way that you only can witness during the trip. Come to explore Egypt’s share of the most historically tremendous artifacts that depict the Ancient History of Egypt through the greatest techniques of exhibitions and showcasing ever. Don’t give it a second thought and explore the complex of Giza Pyramids with the Great Sphinx, along with the Egyptian Museum, and a collection of others. Spoil yourself, fully, with our unique incomparable services that divide into private air-conditioned vehicles and a private Egyptologist guide along with a mouthwatering meal, so book with us now!

Giza Pyramids Complex:
If it were for the inhuman efforts of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs and the uniquely skilled founders, one of the most wondrous phenomena in the world wouldn’t have been brought into existence between 2600 and 2500 BC. Giza pyramid complex is honored to host the Great Pyramid, which is the grandest at all, along with the other two not-less-great pyramids, the Great Sphinx, six small pyramids, and the Valley Temple.

The Great Pyramid:
The Great temple is the most massive as well as the most ancient pyramid among other Giza pyramids. The purpose behind building the pyramid was, in the first place, to host the tomb of Khufu, the Egyptian pharaoh of the 4th Dynasty.
It was in 2500 BC when the Tomb of Khufu was welcomed into history as the most terrific and the greatest construction ever that Egypt has welcomed. Comes on top of being an extraordinary phenomenon, the Giza pyramid of Khufu is the last surviving wonder of the ancient world wonders.

The Great Sphinx:
History didn’t, doesn’t, and won’t welcome any other sculpture on the same level of peculiarity and rareness as the Great Sphinx. It was around 2500 BC, when the seed of designing, constructing, and linking two diverse figures, a man and a lion, together, grew to have no like.

The Egyptian Museum:
The Egyptian Museum has what’s able to depict how incomparable Egyptian history and the ancient civilization of Egypt is since it was founded in 1902. Within its walls, are the tangible heritage and valuables of ancient Egypt, which are artifacts that of-different scales of greatness and wealth.

The Hanging Church:
The holy Church of the Virgin Mary dates to the 5th century AD when it was built on the southern wall of a Roman fortress called Babylon. The church is one of the most important Coptic sites in Egypt which served as the residence for the Coptic patriarch for a long time. The church is 30 ft and looks over the entire city of Cairo, and the construction and the interior of the Hanging Church are completely hypnotic with elements from the 7th to 13th-century artistic design.

Amr Ibn Al Aas Mosque:
Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque made history as the first mosque to be built in Africa in 641 AD. The mosque still acts as an active house of worship and is one of Egypt’s most important & prominent Islamic landmarks. It was rebuilt countless times throughout the 7th century till today. The mosque was rebuilt many times which made it acts as a living example of the progress of Islamic architecture over the centuries.

Ben Ezra Synagogue:
Ben Ezra Synagogue is without any equal as there is no place like it in all of Egypt. It dates back to the 19th century when it was used to be a church and then was transformed into a synagogue in 882 AD. It is believed that it held an original copy of the Old Testament. The synagogue remains in good condition, holding phenomenal designs and decorations. The place used to be the capital of Jewish worship for many years until the 1950s.

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