Day tour to Giza pyramids, Coptic Cairo and Bazaar



ur Egyptologist guide will accompany you to an excursion where you will enjoy the sight of the great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus, followed by a stop at the Sphinx; an ancient symbol of wisdom and strength embodied in a huge sculpture of a pharaoh’s head on a lion’s body. “Optional” and enjoy an unforgettable Camel or Horse Ride around these great structures. Then you will go to Coptic Cairo also called old Cairo where you will see the remains of the Roman fortress of Babylon (2nd century A.D), and visit the hanging church of Virgin Mary built over the fortress tower, the church of Abu Serga (St. Sergio) with Holy Crypt where the Holy Family stayed for three months and the Synagogue of Ben Ezra, believed to be the place where Baby Moses was found by the Pharaoh’s wife. Then you will have a free tour in Khan El-Khalili Bazaar to enjoy the experience of bargaining in an oriental market.

Departure Time :

8:00 AM (earlier or later departures are available)

Departure Point :

Tour departs from centrally located Cairo and Giza hotels. Please include the details of your hotel at the time of booking.

Duration :

6 : 8 hours (approx.)

Availability :


Tour Includes :

Egyptologist tour guide.

Pick up service from hotel  & return back.

Air Conditioned Private vehicle.

Main Entrance Ticket to all mentioned sites.

Bottled Mineral Water.

Lunch in local restaurant .


Tour Excludes :

Entry visa .

Extra Entry Ticket to inside one the Pyramids.

Beverages with meals & soft drinks.

Tips for guides, drivers, etc.

Prices :

Single From 2 to 3 Persons From 4 to 7 Persons
123$ 108 $ 98 $

Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip, except Peak Period during Christmas, New Year & Easter holidays.

Children Policy :

– 01.99 Free of Charge.

2 – 5.99 pay 25% of tour price.

6 – 11.99 pay 50% of tour price.

12+ pay full tour price as per adult person.


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