Up to 2 days
Ancient Cairo Tour from Port Said – Pyramids and Nile Experience
Join our Full-Day Guided Shore Excursion to Cairo from Port Said, this shore journey permits you to encounter the best of Cairo. Investigate Pharaohs’ fortunes, explore the Great Pyramid of Giza-the only wonders of the ancient world that has survived to the present day, Enjoy a delectable lunch against the beautiful setting of the mighty Nile River.
Full-Day Trip to “the city of a thousand minarets” Cairo, start with by visiting the Pyramids of Giza – Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus. The Great Pyramid also is known as the Pyramid of Cairo or the Pyramid of Cheops, located at Giza on the west bank of the Nile River north of Cairo in Egypt, is the only wonder of the ancient world that has survived till now. Unfurl the puzzle behind the legendary creature with the body of a lion and the top of a human by visiting the Great Sphinx. Explore Valley Temple, a spot that has been covered by desert sand until the nineteenth century. Home to Pharaoh Khafre, Valley temple is the most seasoned stone structures in Egypt. Appreciate a heavenly lunch onboard while admiring the waterfront tourist spots of Cairo and engaged by the folkloric show and oriental music. Visit Papyrus Institute to buy the best gift for your loved ones.
Meet our tour guide by the exit door at Port Said and you will be escorted to Cairo in an airconditioned vehicle. Explore the Pharaonic era of Egypt by visiting the Giza that consists of three pyramids, Khufu or Cheops, Khafre or Chephren, and Menkaure or Mycerinus correspond to the kings for whom they were built. The famous one among the three the Pyramid of Cheops which is the only last remaining wonder of the ancient world. Khufu Pyramid is the largest and known as the greatest pyramid. Khafre (also known as Chephren) pyramid may look taller than Khufu Pyramid but the fact is this pyramid shorter than the Great Pyramid. The third Pyramid was built for Khafre’s son, Menkaura.
Visit the Great Sphinx, a giant limestone sculpture with the top of a pharaoh and the body of a lion. The 66 feet high and 240 feet in length landmark is a crown piece of Khafre's pyramid complex. Next, you will be guided to the Valley Temple-which has a place with the Pyramids of Chefren. The motivation behind this structure is as yet obscure the majority of them believe that this was utilized for the preservation of bodies or opening of the mouth service.
Head towards the Nile River for a delicious Lunch with engaged by the folkloric show and oriental music. The Lunch will include one-hour cruising through the Nile stream, and you can respect Cairo's waterfront attractions. After lunch will stop at the Papyrus Institute, which is a significant piece of Egypt History. Visit the Institute to purchase papyrus trinkets with your name on the papyrus sheets with various designs. This is the spot to purchase an extraordinary souvenir and presents for your family or friends back home.