after breakfast, our tour guide picks you up from your hotel, first, we'll be taking a tour of Sakkara, one of the most important archaeological sites in Egypt. Sakkara was the necropolis of Memphis, the capital of Ancient Egypt. It was here that the Pharaohs were buried, along with their families and courtiers. The site is huge, and there's a lot to see. We'll start with the Step Pyramid of zoser, which is the oldest pyramid in Egypt. It was built in the 27th century BC and is an incredible feat of engineering.
Next, we'll see the Pyramid of Teti, which was built for the Sixth Dynasty Pharaoh Teti. This pyramid is much smaller than the Step Pyramid but is still impressive. We'll also see the tomb of Queen Nefertari, one of the most beautiful tombs in the Valley of the Queens.
After that, we'll head to the Red Pyramid, which is the largest of the three major pyramids at Sakkara. It's made of red limestone and is an amazing sight. Finally, we'll visit the Pyramids of Unas and Userkaf, which are the last of the major pyramids at Sakkara. This is just a taste of what Sakkara has to offer. There are many more tombs and pyramids to explore, and we hope you'll come back to see them all!