• Location: Cairo, Egypt
  • Duration: 2 days (approx.)
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Devote ample time to Cairo’s wonders by spreading your sightseeing over two days on this privately guided tour. Accompanied by your own Egyptologist guide, set off on Day 1 to see the pyramids and Sphinx at Giza, before traveling to Saqqara, home to the Step pyramid, Egypt’s first-ever pyramid. On Day 2, switch your sights to Cairo itself. Marvel at the treasures of King Tutankhamun and other highlights at the Egyptian Museum; visit the Mohammed Ali Mosque; and enjoy the Khan El-Khalili bazaar. Daily hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

Highlights

  • Private 2-day Cairo tour with an Egyptologist guide and air-conditioned transport
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Giza pyramids and Sphinx and learn about their history
  • See the Step pyramid at Saqqara, the first pyramid built by the ancient Egyptians
  • Behold Tutankhamun’s treasures and other must-see antiquities at the Egyptian Museum
  • Admire the Ottoman-style Mohammed Ali Mosque, known as the ‘Alabaster Mosque,’ at Saladin’s Citadel
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a stroll through the Khan El-Khalili bazaar
  • Enjoy personalized attention from a private guide, and hotel pickup and drop-off each day

What You Can Expect

Two-Day Private Guided City Tour of Cairo Giza and Saqqara

Egyptian museum

Customer Reviews

Maria C C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Traveled with my teenage daughter and we had an unforgettable experience. Michael was an excellent guide and they were flexible in the pickup and finish times both days, adapting the itinerary to see the most important places in the few hours we have, and according to the schedule of the monuments and places of interest. Michael made sure we enjoyed and took formidable pictures of our small group. Also he was very patient with our us. 100 recommendable!

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