Tour: Giza Pyramids and Sphinx and Islamic and Christian Cairo and Egyptian Museum and Nile Dinner Cruise
At any Time from 6:00 am Until 8:00 am or earlier Starts At any Time Start your private tour with a Airport pickup in Cairo by your tour guide to start your full-day tour visiting the Giza Pyramids, Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinos. After seeing the famous pyramids and getting lots of photos, visit the Valley Temple. The place where the priests mummified the dead body of King Chephren owner of the second pyramid at Giza Plateau. This is the place where you can have a close-up look at the Sphinx, the legendary guardian that stands by the huge funeral complex with its lion body and the head of King Chephren. After enjoying lunch at a restaurant the visit Egyptian Museum in central Cairo Egyptian Museum in central Cairo. On route, hear an informed introduction to the museum from your private, qualified Egyptologist guide. If there’s anything you want to see more or less of, let your guide know. Your tour itinerary can be tailored to your preference. Home to more than 165,000 Egyptian artifacts, the museum’s main treasures lie in its Tutankhamun collection, an array of antiquities from the reign of the boy pharaoh, including his gold death mask and six gilded coffins. The museum also houses near-countless other treasures including everyday objects, tombs, jewelry and mummies from the prehistoric Egyptian period through to the Roman era. Knowing where to start can be daunting, so let your guide introduce you to the highlights. View the Tutankhamun exhibits, including his spectacular, solid gold death mask; chariot and other funerary riches. And admire other prize exhibits, such as pharaonic sarcophagi and everyday objects, Roman-era funerary paintings and more. visiting Islamic and Christian Cairo Old Cairo, known as Christian Coptic Cairo, which is among the most important locations for Christians in Egypt. Enter the Church of Abu-Sergah and St. Barbara, the hanging church, and the old Jewish synagogue – Ben Ezra Synagogue. visit Salah Dien citadel, one of the biggest Islamic citadels dating back to the 11th century. visit inside the beautiful Alabaster Mosque of King Mohamed Ali Basha 1848, In the evening enjoy Nile Dinner Cruise in Cairo with Belly Dancing going a Garden City dock to meet the river boat. Leave the shore behind as your captain steers the boat into the Nile’s current: you’ll have roughly 2-hours on the water for dinner, shows, and sightseeing. Listen to Arabic melodies as belly dancers perform a pre-dinner show, then fill your plate from an unlimited, open buffet. Choose from hot and cold menu items that include rice, pasta, chicken, fish, beef, and salads, then choose sweet treats from a spread of desserts and fresh fruit. Tanoura dancers, or dervishes, .At the end of the cruise, return to shore for the trip back to your Airport, where this tour concludes.