Pharaoh Village is on Jacob Island, which is situated on the Nile River on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt's capital. It is a well-known tourist destination in Cairo. Every year, thousands of tourists visit. There are a lot of sculptures here.
The Pharaonic Village
The Pharaonic Village is one of the most popular attractions in Cairo that sheds light on ancient Egyptian civilization, as you'll learn about the Pharaonic lifestyle and arts with Cairo Top Tours during your visit to this bustling village that describes a variety of Pharaonic rituals and culture, including the art of mummification, social creation, and beliefs. It is surrounded by 5000 trees tall enough to screen neighboring vestiges of modern life, giving visitors the impression that they have traveled back in time 5000 years.
Mummification in Ancient Egypt
It was designed to be a spectacular journey back in time to the days of the pharaohs, a time brought to life by a fantastic cast of actors and actresses, with faithful and exact replicas of houses, clothes, and lifestyles.
Pharaonic Village is ideal for all members of the family, so you can take your children there to learn more about one of the world's most prominent and greatest civilizations, as they will enjoy seeing the ancient Egyptian statues and learning about their ancient life in a fun and engaging way.
This opulent village was built in Cairo by Dr. Hassan Ragab, and you'll also get to take a relaxing sailing trip on the famous Nefertari Yacht, where you'll learn about how the Pharaohs were mummified and why they built such beautiful temples that drew so many tourists to Egypt specifically to see them, as well as learn about the building methods and pyramids.
The pharaonic village is a representation of industries, sports, arts, and historical and mythological events. Tourists commonly visit it to learn about the most important aspects of ancient Egyptian civilization, as well as to learn about the pyramids and construction methods.
You'll also have access to a variety of luxury services, including boat rentals, a children's playground, cafeterias, and restaurants that serve both European and Egyptian cuisine.