Cairo Tour From Sokhna Port
Enjoy Cairo Tour from Sokhna port to Cairo where you will visit Giza pyramids, the Great Sphinx and the Egyptian museum including the golden treasures of King Tut Ankh Amoun then we drive you back to Sokhna Port.
|Cairo / Giza|
Pick Up / Drop Off Point
|Pick up services from the cruise exit door at Sokhna Port & return.
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
Private Egyptologist guide.
Mineral water on board the vehicle during the tour.
Lunch during your day trip at local restaurant.
Shopping tours in Cairo.
Entrance fees for all Sightseeing mentioned.
All service charges and taxes.
|Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.
“Egypt Tours Portal” Representative will pick you up from Sokhna Port by the cruise exit door to be transferred by an air-conditioned vehicle to Cairo for a private guided tour to Cairo and the Pyramids from Sokhna Port. Approximately 3 hours where you will start your tour by visiting:
Giza Pyramid Complex:
The complex includes three main pyramids, six little pyramids, the great sphinx and the Valley Temple. The complex dates back to the 4th dynasty 2400 years B.C.
The Great Pyramid:
It is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids of Giza plateau and the only one to remain intact from the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. The height of the great pyramid is 147m, the number of stones used in construction is 2,300,000 and it took twenty years to be built.
The Great Sphinx:
It is the largest statue in the world, standing 73 m. long, 19 m. wide, and 20 m in height. It is the oldest known monumental sculpture.
The Valley Temple:
A Granite mortuary temple used by Ancient Egyptians for the mummification process and this is the only remaining one at Giza plateau.
Lunch will be served at Pyramids/ Nile view restaurant, then move to visit:
The Egyptian Museum:
The museum displays a rare collection of 5000 years of art. Over 250,000 genuine artifacts are presented, including an exhibit dedicated to Tutankhamen collection of treasure, gold, and jewelry which was enclosed in his tomb for over 3,500 years.