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Old Memphis Day Tour, “Pyramids, Memphis and Sakkara”

Mimphis & Sakkara area
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Highlights:

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Pharaohs, Cheops,Chephren and Mykrinus
  • See the Magnificent Sphinx
  • Explore the Halls of the Valley Temple
  • Explore Egypt’s oldest Capital Memphis
  • Visit the world’s first major stone structure the Zoser Funerary Complex

 

Tour Itinerary:

Our Golden Pyramid Travel Tour Guide will meet you at your Cruise Ships exit door in El-Sokhna Port,they will be holding a sign with your name on it. You will then head to Cairo to begin your Days Tour

Your first visit will be to the Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus. You can next explore the area of the Great Sphinx, which includes the Sphinx and the Valley Temple, both of these belong to the King Chephren Pyramid complex. The Sphinx is the largest statue in the world which polarized awe and fear in the hearts of the visitors in ancient times and until today. The Valley Temple has amazing ambiance which you can absorb by walking around the hall and corridors 

You will next visit Memphis which was the first capital after the unity of Egypt and was founded by King Menes, who ruled ancient Egypt from there during the Old Kingdom, it was considered to be a centre of culture for over 3000 years in Egypt, and here lies the Statue of Ramses II

You will then have your lunch at a local restaurant and head to Sakkara to visit the Funerary Complex of King Djoser and his Step Pyramid; this complex was built completely of Stone instead of wood and raw bricks by the architect Imhotep and is considered to be the beginning of a revolution in Funerary Architectural design in the 3rd Dynasty (around 2630 BC)

At the conclusion of your Tour you will be accompanied back to El-Sokhna Port to join your Cruise Ship

 

Inclusions:

  • Pick-up & return services from your cruise 
  • Assistance of our personnel during your Tour
  • All transfers by air-conditioned deluxe vehicle
  • Service of professional Egyptology Tour Guide
  • Entrance fees to the sights in Cairo, Giza, Memphis & Sakkara 
  • Lunch during Tour at a quality restaurant
  • 1 bottled water during your Tour
  • All tax & service charges

Exclusions:

  •  Optional activities
  •  Drinks and personal expenses
  •  Entrance fees to special archaeological sites like ( Inside one of the Pyramids).
  •  Tipping Kitty

Prices Per Person:

2-3 Persons 4-6 Persons 7-10 Persons
Prices $ 199 $ 149 $ 129

Tour Itinerary:

Our Golden Pyramid Travel Tour Guide will meet you at your Cruise Ships exit door in El-Sokhna Port,they will be holding a sign with your name on it. You will then head to Cairo to begin your Days Tour

Your first visit will be to the Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus. You can next explore the area of the Great Sphinx, which includes the Sphinx and the Valley Temple, both of these belong to the King Chephren Pyramid complex. The Sphinx is the largest statue in the world which polarized awe and fear in the hearts of the visitors in ancient times and until today. The Valley Temple has amazing ambiance which you can absorb by walking around the hall and corridors 

You will next visit Memphis which was the first capital after the unity of Egypt and was founded by King Menes, who ruled ancient Egypt from there during the Old Kingdom, it was considered to be a centre of culture for over 3000 years in Egypt, and here lies the Statue of Ramses II

You will then have your lunch at a local restaurant and head to Sakkara to visit the Funerary Complex of King Djoser and his Step Pyramid; this complex was built completely of Stone instead of wood and raw bricks by the architect Imhotep and is considered to be the beginning of a revolution in Funerary Architectural design in the 3rd Dynasty (around 2630 BC)

At the conclusion of your Tour you will be accompanied back to El-Sokhna Port to join your Cruise Ship

 

Prices Per Person:

2-3 Persons 4-6 Persons 7-10 Persons
Prices $ 199 $ 149 $ 129

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