Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Memphis, and Sakkara

From $30

A full day visiting the beautiful Giza Metropolis, including the Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, and the Valley Temple. The trip also includes visiting the area of Sakkara known for the oldest stone structure and pyramid in history, the Step Pyramid of Zoser.

The itinerary will start you off at the Great Pyramids to see The pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mycerinus, then visit the Sphinx with a incredible close up view, and afterwards to the Valley Temple. Lunch will be included for each visitor at a high quality restaurant but drink is not included. Afterwards you will take a short trip to Sakkara famous for the Step Pyramid of Zoser, built by Imhotep,the first pyramid in Man's history. Next we will journey to Memphis, the original capitol of Ancient Egypt, where you can see antiquities such as the gigantic fallen statue of Ramses II and the Alabaster Sphinx. And the end of the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel.

Tour Include

  • Egyptologist tour guide.
  • Drop off and pick up services 
  • Entrance fees to the mentioned areas 
  • Transfer by a private air-conditioned vehicle 
  • 2 bottles of water during the day 
  • Lunch during your tour 
  • All taxes & service charge

Tour Exclude

  • Any extras not mentioned in the program 
  • Tips

From Monday, October 1, 2018
To Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Single $ 60
Adults (2-3) $ 50
Adults (4-7) $ 40
Adults (8-15) $ 30
Chldren (2 years to 5.99 years) $ 15
Children (5.99 years to 11.99 years) $ 25

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