Upon arrival at Cairo International Airport, your representative welcomes you and assists you through the immigration process and airport customs & formalities. You will be escorted immediately to your hotel by modern air-conditioned coaches.
Your representative will ensure a smooth hotel check-in.
Overnight at the hotel in Cairo.
After breakfast we start a guided tour to visit one of the Seven Wonders - The Great Pyramids of Giza; (Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus) were reckoned by the Greeks to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. A single pyramid is built with 2.300.000 blocks, each weighing an average of two and a half tones. In the face of such immensity, one cannot help but feel the wonder and awe that so many writers and artists have sought to convey over the centuries. The Cheops Pyramid is more interesting, because its interior burial chambers are open for inspection by the public. Not far from the Pyramids is the Great Sphinx of Giza, which dates from the time of Chephren (2620 BC). Hewn from natural yellowish limestone and standing 65 feet-high and 187 feet-long, this unforgettable statue combines the head of a Pharaoh with a lion's body. A quick visit to papyrus institute or a perfume shop can be arranged after the visit.
Lunch can be served at an oriental restaurant.
Afternoon is free or you may book an optional tour to explore ancient Egypt with a visit to Memphis, a museum embraces the famous statues of Ramses & Sakkara which includes the step pyramid. Explore some of the mysteries with your knowledgeable Egyptologist.
Evening optional tour to the spectacular sound & light show by the Sphinx.
Back to the hotel and overnight in Cairo.
Breakfast at the hotel then start the tour by visitting the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities.
Egyptian Museum was established by the Egyptian government in 1835. The present museum building was built in 1900, in the new classical style by the French architect Marcel Dourgnon. The museum-exhibited collections now exceed 120,000 objects ranging from pre-historic era to the Greco Roman period. It has 107 halls, and the ground floor houses huge statues. The upper floor houses small statues, jewels, Tutankhamen treasures. The museum also comprises of a photography section and large library.
Lunch can be served at an oriental /Indian/Oriental/Chinese/Thai restaurant.
Afternoon is free. Book an optional tour to visit the Citadel, the medieval fortress of Salah-El-Din and the Mosque of Mohammed Ali.
Your reward for buying an optional tour will be a complementary visit of Khan El Khalili bazaars; which is one of the most famous worldwide bazaars with its amazing narrow alleyways. The visitor can discover small restaurants and workaday cafes where Egyptians & non-Egyptians come to smoke water pipes and enjoy some of the traditional Egyptian drinks in the cafes scattered around the area (Few years ago, Naguib Mahfouz himself used to come and sit beneath the huge, ageing and discolored mirrors of the café). The Bazaar is always part of most of the tourist programs as the tourists find a great fun in bargaining experience to buy some souvenirs. The bazaar is the domain of shopkeepers and tourists. Here you can find jewelries, items made from copper, wooden boxes, semi-precious stones, rugs, blown-glass dishes and other souvenirs. Drive back to your hotel.
Evening optional tour to enjoy your dinner while cruising the Nile at night with spectacular panoramic view & folkloric shows.
Overnight in Cairo.
Breakfast in the hotel and check out.
Transfer to Cairo airport for your final flight back home.