This is a private tour like never before and it takes you on a visit to one of the "7 Wonders of the world". Isn't that truly amazing? The tour takes you across the desert and spends 20 hours exploring Cairo's Old Town and the Giza Plateau. Have you ever heard the scary stories about Egyptian mummies? Well, there's no horror here but you'll learn about the mummification of the pharaohs at the Egyptian Museum and take in the beauty of Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx. There's really a lot to explore and a lot of time to spend doing it. Take a trip in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and observe views of the Gulf of Suez. Travelers will be led to the Great Pyramids. It's the oldest of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Listen to stories of how the Pyramids were created and learn about the legends who made this possible. Next, pay a visit to the Great Sphinx; the giant statue of a reclining mythical beast with a lion's body and the face of the Pharaoh Khafre. The trip continues as you drive into the busy city of Cairo to take a look at the artifacts of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square. By booking this tour, you get to skip any lines during your entry to the Egyptian Museum. The museum is a national heritage as it's filled with a masterpiece on art and culture, and had helped to preserve a lot of precious history.
The tour includes a transfer service that takes you from Cairo to Giza in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle. So, travelers get to cross the desert in style. There's also an Egyptologist tour guide to provide you with all the information that you need. The guide will keep you informed with all the spicy details and peculiar information about Giza. You'll be surprised that there's so much to find out. The price paid for the tour includes lunch at a local restaurant and all entrance fees.
This trip was a relatively long one but was enjoyable every step of the way. The drivers took us safely through the twists and turns. The guide supplied us with the perfect type of information. The sights were great and there was a lot of exploring to do. The lunch at the local restaurant was a great way to have a taste of the Giza plateau.