Visit the Great Pyramid of Giza, the largest Egyptian pyramid, and Khufu’s tomb. The pyramid was built over 27 years in the early 26th century BC and is the earliest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Visit the Sphinx, a legendary hybrid with a human head, a lion’s body, and a falcon’s wings
Take a break and have lunch in our five-star restaurant
Take a cruise along the Nile River in Felluca to get a true sense of the city
Enjoy the Egyptian Museum’s collection of ancient artifacts. It contains 120,000 artifacts, some on display and the rest in storage. The museum was built in 1901 by Garozzo-Zaffarani following a design by Marcel Dourgnon.
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION: Any hotel or any place in Marsa Alam.
DEPARTURE TIME: You will be updated one day before.
What you gonna see
The Egyptian pyramids of Giza
Pharaoh Khufu, who lived during the Old Kingdom’s Fourth Dynasty, was laid to rest in Egypt’s biggest pyramid, the Great Pyramid of Giza. Constructed in the early 26th century BC over the course of about 27 years, the pyramid stands as the first and only surviving marvel of the ancient world’s Seven Wonders. The Giza pyramid complex, which includes the most well-known structure inside it, is a part of the “Memphis and its Necropolis” UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located at the northernmost point of the Giza triangle, it is one of the three pyramids there.
An eagle’s wings, a lion’s body, and a human’s head make up the fabled sphinx (often spelled sphinxes or sphinges in Ancient Greek and Boeotian, respectively).
The sphinx is a malevolent and vicious monster with a bird’s wings, a lion’s body, and a woman’s head in Greek mythology. Greek mythology describes her as a monster that murders and consumes everyone who doesn’t solve her riddle. The tragic story of Oedipus features this lethal sphinx.
The egyptian Museum
Located in Cairo, Egypt, the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, better known as the Egyptian Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of Egyptian antiquities. It has more than 120,000 artifacts, a portion of which are on exhibit. The biggest museum in Africa is housed in a structure that was constructed in 1901 and is located in Tahrir Square. The golden burial mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamun is one of its most famous artifacts and a potent emblem of ancient Egypt; it is also one of the world’s most famous masterpieces.
Transport to and from the hotel
Professional tour guide
Vehicles with air conditioning and comfort features
Assistance and support throughout the journey
Felucca Nile River ride