Pyramids, Sakkara and Memphis Day Tour
Giza Pyramid Complex, Al Haram, Egypt
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Adults (Age 12+) $100 $200
Child (Age 4 to 11) $0 $0
Infant (Age 0 to 3) $0 $0

Total USD $200
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Highlights & Tour Itinerary
Pyramids, Sakkara and Memphis Day Tour

 

Highlights

 - Visit the Giza Pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the World

- Visit Sakkar and Memphis with a lunch in a local restaurant

Day Tour 

Pick up at your hotel in Cairo or Giza by our representative & transfer to enjoy a tour to Giza Pyramids. Khufu's pyramid is the northernmost and largest of the three. In classical antiquity , and is the only one to have Seven Wonders of the Worldit was considered as one of the survived. Khephren's monument can be easily identified by the casing stones that still cling to its pointed top. The much smaller pyramid of Mycerinus had not been completed by the time of the king's death. Its intended granite revetment was only partially applied. The Great Sphinx is part of the funerary complex of Khephren. Its impressive leonine body with the royal head is sculpted in an outcrop of the native limestone. Part of the face, including the nose, has been deliberately damaged. The false beard has fallen off and is currently kept at the British Museum. Visit to the Valley Temple. Continue the tour to Sakkara, an immense field of tombs, the final resting place of kings, noblemen, lesser Egyptians and mummified animals. Probably named after Sokkar, the mummified falcon-god of the dead, Sakkara served as the official necropolis of Egypt's main capital city, Memphis. Its most prominent landmark is the famous Step Pyramid which standsat the center of a vast quadrangular precinct dedicated to the afterlife of King Djoser of the Third Dynasty. Lunch at local restaurant. Continue to the most important city of pharaonic times, Memphis, which was the administrative capital of Ancient Egypt, the main royal residence and the seat of both the northern Vizier and High Priest of the state god Ptah. There, you can contemplate the large alabaster sphinx, probably representing Amenhotep III (18th Dynasty), and a colossal prostrate limestone statue of King Ramesses II (19th Dynasty). Back to hotel. End of our service. 


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Important Information
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
Policy & Terms

Book at least 72 hours prior arrival. 25% deposit is required to confirm a reservation, remaining balance has to be settled before arrival. For credit cards, remaining balance is auto charge to the same card 7 days prior arrival, for wire transfer payment have to be process 14 days prior arrival. Please read our booking conditions. You will receive a confirmation letter, please read and print.


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Wire Transfer - Master/Visa Credit Card -

Days : 1 | Nights : 0


Inclusions


  • Private transfers
  • Bottled Water
  • Professional Egyptologist English speaking Guide
  • Entrance Fees to the mentioned historical sites.
  • Lunch at a local restaurant

Exclusions


  •  Travel Insurance 
  •  Tips and Gratuities 
  •  Meals not mentioned 
  •  Beverage not mentioned 
  •  Personal expenses 
  •  Extra Fees to other sites not mentioned  
  •  Others not mentioned on the Inclusions 
  •  Optional Activities 
  •  Some Mastabas in Sakkara have additional cost 
  •  Entrance ticket to see the Pyramids from Inside 
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