When you arrive at Cairo International Airport, a representative from Cairo Top Tours will be present to assist you with going through passport control, identifying your luggage, and carrying it for you.
Your Cairo day tours can begin either from the airport or from your hotel. If you choose to start from your hotel, you can leave your luggage there before heading out on a tour of the Giza Pyramids a group of ancient pyramids located on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. and the impressive The Great Sphinx of Giza is a large limestone statue located at the Giza plateau near Cairo, Egypt.
On your tour, the guide will give you a detailed explanation of the pyramids, including their construction methods during ancient times as hypothesized by scientists. Additionally, the guide will be able to answer any questions you may have about the famous Pharaohs of ancient Egypt such as Cheops, Chephren, and Mycerinus.
You will also be transferred to visit the Pyramids of Saqqara.
To start your sightseeing, you can visit the renowned Step Pyramid an ancient pyramid located in Saqqara, Egypt, about 30 kilometers south of Cairo. of King Djoser Pyramid, which was designed by the ingenious architect Imhotep. Imhotep transformed the technique of pyramid construction. The Step Pyramid served a greater purpose than just being a burial site; it was believed to aid in the transition to the afterlife and rebirth.
After enjoying your delicious lunch during the tour, you will proceed to visit the Dahshur Pyramids a group of ancient pyramids located near the village of Dahshur, approximately 40 kilometers south of Cairo, Egypt.
As part of your tour, you will get to see the Bent Pyramid, which boasts well-preserved exterior casing and offers a peaceful archaeological site where you can take breathtaking photos. Furthermore, your guide will take you inside the Red Pyramid of King Senefru, who is the father of King Cheops, known for constructing the renowned Great Pyramid in Giza. The Dahshur area is famous for its royal necropolis and various pyramids built for King Senefru, who is also the father of King Cheops.
Memphis is the final site to visit today.
The location where the King of ancient Egypt lived and where political and administrative activities took place for a millennium was also a significant hub for culture and worship for three millennia after the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt. During your visit, you'll be able to view one of two massive statues of Ramses II, while the other will be showcased at the new grand Egyptian museum alongside the magnificent Alabaster Sphinx. King Menes founded this city after merging Upper and Lower Egypt in 3100 B.C.
Your personal driver and tour guide will accompany you to your hotel and assist you with the check-in process in the late afternoon after the tour has concluded.
Spend your first night in Cairo.
Meals included for you: Lunch.