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Full-Day Giza Pyramids and Cairo Tour

Highlights
  • See four of Cairo’s major sights in one day, with hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Learn about ancient Egyptian culture from your Egyptologist guide
  • Shop the perfect souvenir in the Khan al-Khalili Bazaar
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Full-Day Giza Pyramids and Cairo Tour
From US$25,71
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From 4 to 9 People
Prices Quoted Per Person For Private Tour
US$25,71
From 2 to 3 People
Prices Quoted Per Person Per Private Tour
US$28,57
Single Person
Prices Quoted Per Single Person
US$31,43
Overview

Capture Cairo’s greatest hits without the hassle on this full-day tour that’s perfect for first-time visitors. Enter the world of the pharaohs at the UNESCO-listed Pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Antiquities Museum, explore Cairo’s more recent history at Tahrir Square, and shop for souvenirs at the Khan al-Khalili Bazaar. Tour includes lunch, hotel pickup and drop-off, and entrance to the main sites.

What to Expect

The day begins when your qualified Egyptologist guide collects you from your Cairo or Giza hotel for the short drive to the iconic Pyramids of Giza. See the three great pyramids, built for the mummies of the pharaohs Cheops (Khufu), Khafre, and Menkaure, admire the half-lion, half-human Great Sphinx, and visit the Valley Temple.

After an early lunch at a local restaurant, hop back in the air-conditioned vehicle for the drive to the Egyptian Antiquities Museum, by way of Tahrir Square. This is home to perhaps the world’s greatest selection of Egyptian artefacts: don’t miss the death mask of the boy king Tutankhamen.

Your last stop? Medieval Islamic Cairo. Shop for leather, gold, perfumes, spices, kohl, and so much more at the Khan al-Khalili Bazaar, Egypt’s oldest and most vibrant souk. Finally, your driver will drop you back at your hotel.

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1 - 5 of 42 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Exceptional Day with Essam

An amazing day at the Pyramids and Egyptian museum and Market with Essam. He was extremely knowledgeable, very accommodating and knew all of the time saving and unique ways to move through each part of our tour. The pictures he took were numerous and perfect...More

Thank Rhonda E
Reviewed 1 week ago
Quick and worth the price

We booked this trip on the 24th of June and it was organized by EMO tours. The english speaking guide was good but didn't have all the information about the history of the locations we went too. I would have appreciated if we were told...More

Thank Kamal R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Simple and quick!

I had a great guide, Guda, who took me to the pyramids, the sphynx, the museum and the bazaar. He was always very caring to my needs. I was not much interested in buying things, so he also helped avoiding all the people trying to...More

Thank Ricardo V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Wonderful day!

Had a great day touring Cairo and the surrounding area. Wonderful view of the pyramids, great sites in all locations. Eman ahmed was a wonderful guide, I would recommend to anyone looking for a great day.

Thank brilohr7
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Awesome time

This was the first tour we did with Emo tours and it was wonderful. Mohammed our driver picked us up, and our tour was Achmed, both of whom were super friendly and personable. You’ll start your day off visiting Memphis, then to Saqqara, followed by...More

Thank Hogarth83
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Tania N
27 June 2018|
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Response from bpayton13 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, they will pick you up from wherever you are. You just have to tell them your location in Cairo.
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Cris P
15 April 2018|
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Response from Steve O | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cris. Our tour gave us about three hours at the Pyramids, which was enough time to go inside the biggest one (extra cost, steep steps and low headroom....but worth it!), visit the 3,500 year old boat museum (also worth... More
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