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  • From Hurghada: Full-Day Giza Pyramids Tour with Lunch

    1. From Hurghada: Full-Day Giza Pyramids Tour with Lunch

    Travel back in time and experience the heritage of Ancient Egypt on a full-day tour to Cairo and Giza, with transfers by air-conditioned vehicle from the Red Sea. Meet your guide and driver at your hotel, and set off on your Egyptian adventure. Sit back and relax, enjoying the impressive views along your drive to the capital. Upon arrival in Cairo, visit the famous Egyptian Museum on Tahrir Square, and discover one of the most comprehensive collections of Ancient Egyptian relics in the world. Next, head to Giza to see the pyramid complex, the oldest of the seven wonders of the ancient world and built over 4,500 years ago, including the iconic Great Pyramid of Giza — the oldest and largest of the pyramids in the complex. Visit the Great Sphinx of Giza, a famous limestone statue of a reclining sphinx with a Pharaoh's head, a mythical creature. Then, visit the Papyrus Museum and learn ...

  • From Hurghada: Full-Day Trip to Cairo and Giza with Lunch

    2. From Hurghada: Full-Day Trip to Cairo and Giza with Lunch

    Discover the “City of a Thousand Minarets” on a full-day tour of Cairo, with round-trip transfers by bus from Hurghada. Relax in air-conditioned comfort on the long journey, admiring views of the Gulf of Suez.

    Upon arrival, your private Egyptologist guide will take you to Giza Plateau to see the oldest of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Get breathtaking views of the Pyramids of Giza as you explore the mortuary temples of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus.

    Learn the story of how the temples were constructed and hear the stories behind their legends. Continue to the Great Sphinx, the giant statue of a reclining mythical beast with a lion’s body and the face of the Pharaoh Khafre.

    Go to the Valley Temple opposite, attributed to the Pharaoh Khafre, and marvel at the feat of ancient engineering. After ...

    The experince could not have been better. Pick-up and dropoff times were very punctual. Free water all over the trip. Guidance in several languages and our tour guide Raja (English tour) was incredibly nice and knowledgeable even gave us advice about bargaining with street vendors. Totally recommend this tour.

  • Cairo: Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, Saqqara, Memphis & Lunch

    3. Cairo: Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, Saqqara, Memphis & Lunch

    Be collected from your accommodation in Cairo or Giza by your guide. Drive south and visit the Step Pyramid of Zoser, the oldest existing colossal stone building of Egypt, which were built around 2630 BC for King Djoser. Continue your tour and visit Memphis, the first capital of Egypt after the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt in 3100 BC and witness the amazing Colossal Statue of Ramesses II. Have lunch at a local restaurant then head to the famed pyramids of Cheops, Chefren, and Mykerinus. Next, see the Great Sphinx, a limestone statue of the mythical creature the Sphinx with the head of a Pharaoh and the body of a lion. Explore the Valley Temple, a funerary complex including a mortuary temple and the Pyramids of Chefren. Once you have finished exploring the rich history and the iconic landmarks of Egypt, you will be transferred back to your accommodation in Cairo or Giza. There w...

    The outing was great and our guide was very knowledgeable about the areas we visited, great excursion

  • From Hurghada: Cairo & Giza Ancient Egypt Full-Day Trip

    4. From Hurghada: Cairo & Giza Ancient Egypt Full-Day Trip

    Marvel at the majesty of the Great Pyramid of Giza and the treasures of the Egyptian Museum. With your own private Egyptologist guide you’ll enjoy this full-day exploration of Cairo. Early in the morning, you’ll be picked up at your hotel in Hurghada by air-conditioned van for the transfer to Hurghada airport and your flight to Cairo. When you arrive you’ll meet your Egyptologist guide and begin the tour with a visit the famous Giza Plateau. Marvel at the Great Pyramid, one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World, as well as the other 2 pyramids and mysterious Sphinx, the Father of Terror for the ancient pharaohs. The tour also includes a visit to the Valley Temple that faces the great Sphinx, before you stop for lunch at a good quality restaurant. After lunch you’ll visit old Cairo with your guide before heading to the world-renowned Museum of Egyptian Antiquities. Built in the neo-cl...

    Everything worked well from Hurghada airport to Cairo and back. Our guide was amazing telling us a lot of more about Egypt than what we expected.

  • Cairo: Pyramids Quad Bike Adventure & Optional Camel Ride

    5. Cairo: Pyramids Quad Bike Adventure & Optional Camel Ride

    After pickup from your accommodations in Cairo or Giza, enjoy an air-conditioned ride to the Pyramid area. On arrival, hop on a quad and set off to explore the great Pyramids up close. Ride your quad around the pyramids and admire the grandeur of the Pyramids of Cheops, Mykerinus, and Chephren from outside the Pyramid Area. Then head to Sahara City, a place tourists seldom go. When you get there, enjoy a refreshing welcome with traditional tea. You'll also get a bottle of mineral water or a soft drink while you take a short rest at the top of the desert. Then, after returning your quad, get ready to enjoy your optional camel ride. Explore the area in the more ancient and traditional way on the back of a camel. You will roam around the area at a much slower pace for a completely different experience. Admire the endurance of the ancient edifices that have stood for thousands of years and...

    Fared was our tour leader. He came to our hotel to get us then accompanied us through our entire trip. He was informative and made sure we felt safe the whole time. Great tour. Highly recommended.

  • Cairo: Half Day Pyramids Tour by Camel or Horse Carriage

    6. Cairo: Half Day Pyramids Tour by Camel or Horse Carriage

    After pickup from your accommodation in Cairo or Giza, head straight to the Giza Plateau in an air-conditioned vehicle to explore the wonders of ancient Egypt. Choose either a camel or horse carriage ride, and set off with your expert guide to gaze at the splendor of the world’s largest pyramids. Marvel at the 4,500-year-old structures, learning about the rich history and contemporary cultural significance of some of Egypt’s foremost national treasures. Continue your exploration of the area, moving past the Great Sphinx of Giza, as well as the stately Pyramid of Mykerinos and Chephren. With options to select entrance to the Great Pyramid and a traditional lunch at a local restaurant, cater the experience to your schedule and budget. After a day of exploring the iconic structures, you’ll be driven back to your accommodation, having experienced a snapshot of ancient history.

  • Hurghada: Full-Day Trip to Cairo by Plane

    7. Hurghada: Full-Day Trip to Cairo by Plane

    Upon arrival in Cairo you will be greeted by an Egyptologist who will accompany you throughout the tour. The tour starts in Giza, where you can marvel at the famous and impressive pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos, as well as the world-renowned Sphinx.  The tour also includes a visit to the Valley Temple. After a break for a delicious lunch, the tour continues on to the Egyptian Museum. Here you can admire the treasures of the young pharaoh Tutankhamun with more than 120,000 masterpieces of Egyptian art and artifacts. In the afternoon you can enjoy shopping at the Khan el-Khalili market. At the end of the tour you’ll be transferred to the airport in Cairo to catch the flight back to Hurghada, followed by a direct transfer to your hotel.

    It was very long day, but interesting and full for wonderds! Our guide Gabri was amazing, perfetly informed, well englidh soeaking and always ready to assist to us. Can recommend this guy do 100%

  • From Cairo: Half-Day Tour to Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx

    8. From Cairo: Half-Day Tour to Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx

    Kick start this exhilarating tour with a convenient pickup by your Egyptologist tour guide from your hotel in Cairo in an air-conditioned vehicle. Get to know more about the history of Egypt in this 4-hour tour that takes you to the Great Pyramids, the Valley Temple of the Pyramids of Chephren, and the Boat Museum.   Head over to the Great Pyramids, a renowned destination and one among the Seven Wonders of the World. Visit the Great Pyramids from the inside (if this option is selected). Continue the tour with a panoramic view of the Pyramids of Giza: the Pyramids Cheops, Chephren, and Menkaure. You'll also get to see the impressive Sphinx of Giza, truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Don’t forget to take as many photos as you can of these amazing structures.   As the tour comes to an end, you’ll be dropped back at your hotel.

    This was a fantastic tour of the pyramids, Sphinx and sun boat. Maged is a fantastic guide. His knowledge of the pyramids is wonderful, and he is great at ensuring that we get great photos of our tour at the pyramids. He also ensured that we were not hassled by anyone, meaning we could really take in the experience of seeing the pyramids. There were also no unplanned stops along the way, which I had read about in so many tour reviews.

  • Cairo: Pyramids, Museum Visit & Dinner Cruise Combo

    9. Cairo: Pyramids, Museum Visit & Dinner Cruise Combo

    Get picked up from your hotel at 8 AM, then begin your excursion with a visit to the Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus. Then, proceed to the Great Sphinx which dates back to the time of Chephren. The tour also includes a visit to the Valley Temple, which belongs to the Pyramid of Chephren. Next, continue on to visit the Egyptian Museum which features artifacts from the Pharaonic period. The museum displays a rare collection of 5000 years of art and is considered to be the largest and most precious collection of Egyptian art in the world. Admire over 250,000 genuine artifacts, including an exhibit dedicated to Tutankhamen's collection of treasure, gold, and jewelry. Read about how these marvels were enclosed in his tomb for over 3,500 years before they were discovered in the 1920s. After this, get transferred back to your hotel at around 4 PM to rest for a while, take a shower...

    Ahmed was the perfect host during our dinner on the Nile cruise ! He picked us up early because we asked if we could possibly stop somewhere before dinner. He was able to take us to that place then still made it on time for the dinner. He was so kind and gracious. He waited with us while we ate our dinner, helped us take pictures and just made sure we had an overall good time. This was the best experience ever !

  • Cairo: Egyptian Museum, Pyramids & Bazaar Private Tour

    10. Cairo: Egyptian Museum, Pyramids & Bazaar Private Tour

    Explore the wonders of ancient Egypt on this guided day tour. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel lobby and you'll head off to visit the Pyramids, Sphynxes, and Egyptian Museum. Head first towards the Pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Admire the scenic views of the Pyramid of Cheops, Chephren and Mycinerus. Then, stop for a photo-op at the magnificent Great Sphynx. If you choose, you can visit the Great Pyramid at your own cost. Next, it’s time to taste some Egyptian food at a local restaurant. Once you’re finished, you’ll visit to the Egyptian Museum. This vast collection contains more than 250,000 artifacts in its exhibits which span over 5,000 years. If you choose, you can also then explore the room of King Tutankhamun at your own expense, stocked full of vivid jewelry and gold. These dazzling treasures were stored in the King’s tomb for 3,500 years before thei...

    My wife & I booked a private tour through the "Get Your Guide" app. We were lucky enough to be assigned Ahmed Elsayed. He was friendly, extremely knowledgeable, well spoken and passionate about his job. If you book a tour, I recommend that you specifically request Ahmed Elsayed. Highlights of the Cairo tour included riding camels at the second viewing point at the pyramids where all three are in view. In addition, the museum was filled with extremely impressive artifacts. We actually ended up booking a second tour with Ahmed Elsayed two days later to Alexandria. On that tour we visited the Kim al-Shoqafa, Pompey's Pillar, Qaitbay Citadel, the Alexandria Library and had a lovely meal on the waterfront.

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What people are saying about Giza (Governorate)

It was an all-round carefree package, nice drivers, nice German-speaking company. A second German-speaking tour guide on site in Cairo explained and told us a lot. The tour itself is very nice a dream to see something like that, the trip on the Nile is also very nice, it's impressive to see the pyramids and the Sphinx so close and to be able to touch what people built thousands of years ago we would Doing the tour again immediately was a great experience. A big thank you to the local partners (drivers, etc.) who are doing a great job here in Egypt. Also a big THANK YOU to Get your Gide would immediately book all excursions with you again TOP you since TOP !!!!!!!

This trip went far beyond my expectations. Everything was so perfect since the first moment of my meeting with the guide and the driver. They did everything to make me feel comfortable and they treated me really nice with full respect. The guide is absolutely fantastic! He is very well educated in history and he knows how to communicate so easily.

It was a fun experience that was well worth the effort and money. The journey took a long time but we were in a new van with nice air conditioning and an experienced driver. Our guide was able to tell us a lot about the rich Egyptian history. In short, top experience!!!

The outing was great and our guide was very knowledgeable about the areas we visited, great excursion

Nice guides. The only downside is the long drive, but it's not the organizer's fault