Embark on a captivating two-day adventure with us. It unveils the wonders of the Giza, Saqqara, and Dahshur pyramids. Admire the famous Pyramids of Giza, ride a camel, and explore the ancient Sphinx. Immerse yourself in the mysterious Pyramids of Dahshur and visit the Pyramid of King Djoser at Saqqara. The second day takes you to Lahun and the Medium Pyramids, including a visit to the Genius Pyramid of Lahun and the ancient Pyramid of Meidum, where the trip began. Enjoy delicious meals and unforgettable memories on these Egypt day tours.
Our representative will greet you at Cairo International Airport at dawn, marking the start of your exciting Cairo adventure.
We’ll whisk you away from Cairo Airport to your lodging in Cairo or Giza, where our representative will be on hand to guide you through the check-in process, your name emblazoned on a sign for easy identification.
Following that, you’ll rendezvous with your English-speaking tour guide, who will accompany you throughout the day to uncover the mysteries of the Giza Pyramids and the enigmatic Sphinx.
You’ll be awe-struck by the artistry and architectural brilliance on display. For a unique experience, you can even embark on a camel ride and capture some of the most unforgettable snapshots. An optional venture inside one of the pyramids is also available.
Subsequently, we’ll go to the Dahshur Pyramids, renowned for their characteristic bent structure. Among these, the King Senefru’s Pyramid stands out as the sole pyramid constructed to perfection as a burial site.
Our journey continues as we visit the Saqqara Pyramids, where the stunning Pyramid of King Djoser, a prominent ruler of the Fourth Dynasty, awaits exploration. After a day of adventure and discovery, we’ll return to your hotel in Cairo or Giza.
Overnight in Cairo
After a hearty breakfast, we’ll explore some of Egypt’s most intriguing pyramids the following morning. Our first stop is the Lahun Pyramid, known for its distinctive design. Built atop an existing limestone mound, it rises 12 meters high, reducing the labor required for its construction.
The entrance leads to a labyrinth of passages surrounding the burial chamber, designed ingeniously to confound potential thieves. Inside, you’ll find the king’s coffin crafted from light red granite.
Our journey then takes us to the Meidum Pyramid, often considered the first true pyramid constructed during ancient Egyptian Pharaonic times. Its square form is a testament to its initial, unfinished state.
After an enlightening exploration, we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch before proceeding with our driver by car to Cairo International Airport.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
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To ensure a comfortable and hassle-free stay, we advise you to pack your suitcases thoughtfully to explore the awe-inspiring wonders that await you and let the mystique of Egypt captivate your senses. This mystical destination offers an unforgettable adventure, from ancient pyramids to magnificent temples. Prepare yourself for an extraordinary experience as you uncover the secrets of this great land. Pack wisely and get ready to immerse yourself in the wonders of Egypt.
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