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This trip was awesome. I wish for the life of me that I could remember my tour guides name, as he was incredible and even told me I shouldn't tip him (I did anyway) as they have guides at the village that explain things. My boss told me to make sure I stopped here and I am so glad that I did, as you get a glimpse of how things were made during the pharaonic times.
Only regret is not enough time to linger and absorb so much fascinating information
Very enjoyable and a well worthwhile place for students of all ages
This is a tour best done after visiting the Pyramid and Museum; it puts a face to the history . It also helped that our guide Shereif was so good a explaining the history at the other sites that we really enjoyed this experience.
The guide was extremely helpful and polite to us, answering all our questions concerning our tour as well as adding information about all the places we saw. He was an excellent guide and I would for sure recommend him and your company to my friends. Not only would I recommend him, but also would contact him and your company in case I return to Cairo in the near future.
Great for families and our Pharaonic guide was wonderful.
Okay tour, better for children than adults. Guide good and driver also.
Interesting but probably better for families with children.
does not look how it advertisers on the pharaonic village website, defo a day trip if you have children but not just adults. very tatty, a lick of paint wouldnt go a miss and the staff are miserable, x
Judith A W
This tour was interesting when we were circling the island to see how things were done in the times of the pharoahs. Ater the boat ride, the emphasis seemd to be geared to getting more money from the tourists by the village guide- not the guide that picked us up.
The guide was wonderful. The village was not well maintained and I would not recommend this activity to anyone. It was much less than what we expected.
The Pharonic Village is fairly run down and the type of activities and information given there make it mostly suitable for children.