One day trip from Port Said, visiting the great Giza Pyramids, Sphinx then discover the Egyption Museum the house of over 120,000 artifacts it’s considered one of the most enjoyable trips from Port Said.
- Visit the impressive ancient Egyptian monuments,
- Entrance to Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian Museum,
- Egyptologist tour guide during the tour,
- Lunch at delicious oriental restaurant,
- All transfers by air-conditioned bus from Port Said and return.
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The day begin when our guide will collect you from Port Said by the cruise exit door. Enjoy a transfer from Port Sid to Cairo approximately 2 hours by a luxurious air-conditioned vehicle of course you’ll take break for a while, if you need to use toilet or even relax a little bit. Upon your arrival to Cairo you’ll have a vast collection of antiquities. your Egyptologist guide explain you the all the information for each of the pyramids, then continued to visit the statue of the Sphinx. After that the lunch meal will be taken in oriental restaurant, continue to visit the Egyptian Museum, the house of over 120,000 artifacts and mummies, sarcophagi, pottery, jewelers and of course the young pharaoh ( Tutankhamun ) golden mask and treasures, all there. Finally head to enjoying free time for shopping at the city’s famous bazaars.
At the end of your day tour in Cairo you’ll be taken back to your Ship in Port Said with memorable memories.
Entrance fees to all mentioned sights,
Egyptologist Tour Guide,
Shopping tours in Cairo ,
Lunch at oriental restaurant,
Pick up from Port Said and return,
Assistance of our personnel during tours
All transfers by air-conditioned car
All services charges and local taxes.
.What’s Not Included?
Any extras not mentioned above,
Entry Visa info: Egyptian entry visa obtainable on board the cruise before your pick up, that is operating by the Egyptian Immigration association for American, Canadian, Australian, British, German, Italian, French, Swiss, Austrian, Belgium, Dutch, Scandinavians and some other nationalities as well. It would be just stamp put into your passport.