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Cairo: Giza Pyramids Tour with Quad Bike Safari & Camel Ride

1. Cairo: Giza Pyramids Tour with Quad Bike Safari & Camel Ride

Start with pickup from your hotel in Cairo and travel by air-conditioned vehicle to the Pyramids of Giza. Discover the pyramid complex with a guided tour and learn about the ancient structures. See the famous Sphinx, and the various burial chambers located on the grounds.  After the tour ends, make your way to the quad bike station where you start the 1-hour quad biking adventure across the vast desert. Following this, take a leisurely camel ride across the desert and enjoy beautiful views of the Pyramids, which allows for spectacular photos. Finally, be returned to your hotel in Cairo.

Cairo or Giza: Sakkara & Dahshur Pyramids with Memphis Trip

2. Cairo or Giza: Sakkara & Dahshur Pyramids with Memphis Trip

Experience the mighty history of ancient Egypt and visit Sakkara Step Pyramid on a guided day trip from Cairo or Giza. Explore the ancient capital of Memphis with its monuments to Ramses II and its patron god, and watch the alabaster Sphinx. Visit the less known but Magnificent Dahshur Pyramids. Start the day with pickup at your accommodation in Cairo or Giza. Then head to the Saqqara necropolis to see the oldest pyramid in Egypt: the Pyramid of Djoser, known as the Step Pyramid. See the oldest stone funerary complex in Egypt and walk through its corridors. Discover the incredible details on the painted walls of ancient Egyptian tombs, describing the details of their daily life. From there it’s on to Memphis, the first Egyptian capital, built in 3150 BC. Explore its wonders, including the colossal statue of Ramses II, the alabaster Sphinx, and the statue of Ptah, the patron god of Memphis. See these exceptional monuments, learn the history, and take lots of photos. Finally arrive to Dahshur to visit the Bent and the Red Pyramids of the 4th dynasty. you have the opportunity to step inside one of them. At the end of the day, you’ll be driven back to your accommodation.

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What people are saying about Giza (Governorate)

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 137 reviews

We were picked up very punctually. Our guide Salib (?) immediately started providing us with interesting details about Cairo on the way. The car was comfortable so the commutes were surprisingly pleasant. We learned extensive details about pyramid building, everyday life in Egypt and the religious background. All of our questions were answered in a friendly manner - since we were traveling as a family, there were of course many of them! The lunch we booked was also wonderful (and really plentiful!), and the ride on the quads was exciting. All in all a wonderful day - many thanks to Salib!

Mohamed was an excellent guide - he was punctual, laid back and spoke fluent English. There were no hard sells or surprise trips to a store. He escorted us to the Pyramids, the camel ride and the four-wheeler ride. We ended up stopping the ride a little sooner than an hour as the sun was too much for our Northern kids. Could you negotiate these trips separately for less? Sure, but for those who want a guide who knows what they are talking about, an air conditioned van with a driver who knows where to go, and an epic bucket-list day, then this is a good tour for you.

Riding a camel was great fun but it doesn’t actually last an hour. They take you out for a bit take pictures and bring you back. I had to ask to stay longer. It was still an amazing experience though. Riding the camel through the desert in view of the pyramids it’s surreal. They guys there are also very kind and have me a good time but heads up they do expect a tip

Salib was an amazing guide and extremely knowledgeable! He gave me all the history and more during our ride up. He was very flexible with our plans too which was much appreciated. I’m so glad to have had a wonderful experience and a very kind guide! You don’t want to miss this tour!

Ayman is knowledgable, kind and speaks perfect english. A fantastic experience!