Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Saqqara and Memphis Private Day Tour

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Duration
8 hours
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Why take this tour?

Tour Saqarra. The sacred cemetery and the virgin archaeological site keeps a lot of unsealed secrets in its hot sands. Proceed to Memphis and give respect to the effort making the first capital on Earth. End visiting the sole survivor of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Pyramids of Giza still live up to more than 4, 000 years of hype. Let me answer the question 'How were they built, and why? Let me tell you in details about their extraordinary shape, geometry and age. The oldest and biggest pyramid is that of Khufu (tallest), and you can go inside this one if you don't suffer from claustrophobia. Explore the 2 other Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure and then proceed to gaze up at the colossal Sphinx, the enigmatic statue of a human-headed lion that guards the pyramids.

What’s included?

  • Air-conditioned vehicle

  • Bottled water

  • Qualified Egyptologist guide

  • Hotel pickup and drop off

  • Free time to shop

  • Enjoy privileged, personalized attention on this private tour.

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Before you book

  • Duration: 8h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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About operator:

Nahla & Ahmed founded Egypt Traveluxe the same time as Uprising in Egypt in 2011. As tour guides Nahla & Ahmed were frustrated by prescribed vanilla group tours, tourism tricks, hidden costs and detours. Nahla & Ahmed decided to start something they would be proud to put their name on, something that showed people the best of Egypt. Egypt Traveluxe founders and directors Nahla & Ahmed were a guides but were frustrated that travelers only scratched the surface of Egypt. Nahla & Ahmed knew there was so much to see and experience outside the group tour experience. Back then all tours were all fixed, and travelers had zero flexibility to create a trip around their interests. Nahla & Ahmed wanted to get people off the beaten track, of the guidebook, out of sterile parks, official attractions, and beyond the typical tour routes. They wanted to remove detours to touristy stops , and instead take people to try some authentic food at the kind of restaurants his local and friends loved ...