From Luxor to Giza Pyramid included Camel Ride and lunch

Price Starting From : $320

From Luxor to Giza Pyramid included Camel Ride and lunch 

Experience an amazing journey from Luxor to the iconic Giza Pyramid, along with a delicious meal and an exhilarating camel ride.

 Prepare to be awe-struck as you witness the grandeur of the ancient world and the mysteries of the pyramids. Begin your adventure by exploring Luxor's historical treasures, such as the Karnak Temple and the Luxor Temple. Then, hop on a comfortable vehicle and enjoy a scenic drive to Giza. Upon arrival, get ready for an unforgettable camel ride through the desert, offering a unique perspective of the pyramids and the surrounding landscape. After your camel ride, indulge in a delectable lunch, savoring authentic Egyptian cuisine. This tour promises an extraordinary blend of history, adventure, and culinary delights, ensuring an unforgettable experience in the land of pharaohs.

  • Meeting services are provided by Cairo Top Tours representatives to/from Giza or Cairo hotels.
  • Transports are done by a private air-conditioned vehicle suitable for wheelchair users.
  • Water bottles during all our Cairo Day Trips.
  • Professional English-Speaking tour guide throughout the whole trip.
  • Dinner after the felucca ride 
  • Any service charges and taxes of Egypt Day Tours are covered.
  • Camel ride in this tour
  • Entrance to The Great Pyramid and Khafre tickets
  • Domestic flight

Welcome to Egypt 

Your accredited tour guide will meet you at your hotel in Luxor to be transferred from Luxor international airport to Cairo, when you reach cairo there is a private air-conditioned car will take you to your hotel in Cairo or Giza to enjoy your day tour to Giza Pyramid including Camel Ride and lunch.

The tour begins at the Giza Plateau where you will have the opportunity to witness two of the ancient seven wonders of the world, the Great Pyramid of King Cheops and the pyramid of King Chephren. The Valley Temple, where the king's corpse was mummified, and the Great Sphinx, which resembles a man-headed lion, will also be visited. Later, you will have a panoramic view of all three Giza Pyramids from the high plateau before embarking on a camel ride around them.

Our tour guide will take you inside the Giza pyramid, which is a popular desire among tourists. The pyramid contains three chambers, namely the King's Chamber, Queen's Chamber, and Grand Gallery. The King's Chamber is the most extensive and beautifully adorned, featuring a red granite sarcophagus where the pharaoh's body was placed. Although smaller and less decorated, the purpose of the Queen's Chamber remains a subject of debate among archaeologists. The Grand Gallery is a long, sloping corridor leading to the King's Chamber.

After the pyramid exploration, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a unique and popular activity for visitors to Egypt, which is a camel ride in Giza. The stunning backdrop of the Pyramids of Giza and the desert enhances the experience.

There are several free activities you can do at the Pyramids of Giza Here are some suggestions:

  1. View the Pyramids from the Giza Plateau: You can get a great view of the Pyramids of Giza from the plateau where they are located. This is a great spot for taking photos and admiring the size and grandeur of the pyramids.
  2. Visit the Sphinx: The Sphinx is a large statue of a mythical creature with the head of a human and the body of a lion. It is located near the Pyramids of Giza and can be visited for free.
  3. Walk around the Giza Necropolis: The Giza Necropolis is a large cemetery complex that includes the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and other tombs and monuments. You can walk around the complex and explore the different structures and sites.
  4. Attend the Sound and Light Show: While the Sound and Light Show is not free, you can watch it for free from outside the perimeter of the show. You won't hear the audio, but you can still enjoy the light display on the Pyramids.

·        At the end of this tour you will take a luxury lunch with a stunning view of the pyramid to enjoy trying Egyptian food. Then take you back to your hotel.




1 Person

$430 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$370 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$335 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$320 Per Person

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Luxor: Karnak, the Temples of Luxor, Hatshepsut, the Valley of the Kings, and the magnificent Colossi of Memnon Get a hot air balloon trip over the city; don't miss it.
Aswan: Take a tour of Elephantine Island, the Aswan Dam, the Town of Nubia, the Temple of Phile, and the Unfinished Obelisk. 
Lake Nasser: Take a lake boat and stop at the Abu Simbel temples.
Sharm El Sheikh: Take advantage of the ocean by diving and snorkeling in Ras Mohamed. See the Monastery of Saint Catherine and Mount Sinai.
Hurghada: Island of Giftun. 
Alexandria is home to the significant Alexandrian Library, the Qaitbay Citadel, Montazah Park, and the Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs.


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