Cairo Day Tour From Hurghada by Bus
Cairo, Egypt's sprawling capital is set on the Nile River. A holiday to Egypt wouldn’t be complete without making the journey to Cairo to experience the last remaining wonder of the ancient world: the Great Pyramid of Giza. Travel to and from Cairo by a group Coach, and enjoy a tour of Cairo’s top attractions with a Egyptologist guide. Adorning the landscape of Egypt's capital for about 5000 years, we start your pyramid tour by visiting the Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus. then onto see the magnificent Great Sphinx, famous for its missing nose. Enjoy an included lunch before visiting the Egyptian Museum in Tahir Square, the home to the world's largest collection of the country's ancient antiquities, to see Tutankhamun’s spectacular treasures, including the boy king’s gold death mask and other riches. Then relax and enjoy the journey back to your Hotel.
Pick up service from Hotel and back (within Hurghada)
Entrance fee to Giza Pyramids and Sphinx Area
Entrance fee to Egyptian Museum
Group qualified Egyptologist guide
Lunch at a local restaurant (beverages not included)
Entrance Fees to go inside Pyramids
At least 24 hours notice is required for cancellation. Cancellation within 24 hours will incur charges.
About 21 Hours
Pick Up Time:
2.00am Group Coach
£60 €68 Per Person
The prices quoted per person per tour. Prices are always updated to ensure you receive the lowest price possible. Once your tour is confirmed we guarantee the price will not be changed. Price is quoted for an Adult, please enquire for child prices.
5/5 Customer Satisfaction on Tripadvisor
We were recommended this company by a lady we met on the plane over to Egypt, and we were so glad we took her advice. We booked 2 trips and our return transfer back to the Airport. Our tour of Cairo was fantastic, our tour..
Mr. J. Callum
''The Pyramids - A must see''
The pick up is early, but you have a comfort break en route. Our first stop was the museum, our guide showed us the most important exhibits first. The museum is vast and my advice would be to do some research first, as it gets
Mrs. S. Tatton