An overnight trip to Cairo from Makadi Bay by bus is one excursion that was planned with setting no limit of luxury in mind. It’ll get you looking around in pure admiration and awe, visiting the center of the Ancient Egyptian Civilization, the most terrific center alive ever! Leave no room for even a slight hesitation to visit the Giza Pyramid Complex and all its associations, alongside the Egyptian Museum, Khan El Khalili, and More. Also, book with us now to be the ultimate target of our never-ending services that you’ll be fully spoiled with. Enjoy the most elegant accommodation ever, besides the private transfer and the most luxurious cuisine!
2 Days / 1 Night
Pickup & Drop Off
Your Hotel in Makadi Bay
One night accommodation at 5* hotel based on B.B.
Pick up services from your hotel in Makadi and return.
1st class bus tickets from Hurghada to Cairo and return.
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
Private Egyptologist guide.
Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites.
Mineral water on board the vehicle during the tour.
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Early 4am start, arrived by 7am. security as in Europe. Arrived at opening of Cairo Museum and had the place to ourselves for a while, saw Tut exhibition very easily.Excellent. Als...
Day One: Transfer from Makadi to Pyramids + Memphis
For the first day of your overnight trip to Cairo from Makadi Bay by bus, you’ll be picked up from the comfort of your hotel in Makadi Bay to the Hurghada bus station to have the first-class bus all the way to Cairo. As soon as you arrive, you’ll be picked up by our employee to introduce you to your guide with whom you’ll start your visits as the following:
Giza Pyramids Complex
Finally, between 2500 BC and 2600 BC, the veil fell down for the world to welcome one of the most exquisite constructions ever, the Giza pyramids complex. It works as the most luxurious burial site ever, hugging cemeteries that belong to three royal figures that have no equal.
The Great Pyramid
The Great Pyramid is the most terrific cemetery in Giza Plateau that includes the body of King Khufu, in a space full of reverence and wealth, since 2600 BC. It’s leaking the magnitude, power, and significance that made it worth being a world wonder, even more, the last surviving one. A number of 2.3 million stones are still pulled together to shape its current design that comes to astonish its visitors with full force.
The Great Sphinx
A creature with a posture that sparkles with authority and supremacy, since around 2500 BC, will be the spin of your attention as a tourist. The Great Sphinx embraces, in the most authoritative way, two distinct figures in its creation forming a humanoid mixture. It’s the alleged real guardian of the Giza Complex.
The Valley Temple
You’ll be showered with incredible superior tales about this one, which was founded during the span of the 26th century, about how a crucial headquarters it was to the ancient royals. It’s wherein one unique splendor took place, which is the mummification processes, that were applied to Khafre and his elite dynasty.
Have lunch at a Nile/pyramid view restaurant as the next step in your Overnight Trips to Cairo from Makadi Bay by Bus, then head to:
Saqqara Step Pyramid
The grace air that was a part of building the Saqqara Step Pyramid’s six mastabas, during the 27th century BC, will be tickling your skin for the most part of your tour there. Escalating more into the pyramid’s court, you’ll know how miraculous the first and the most ancient pyramid in history was.
Memphis City, set in 3200 BC, had had an expensive value as being the first city ever that Egypt considered a capital. Skillfully build, nearby the city, are three grandiose burial headquarters. It, also, was a place of active trade, furthermore, a granted headquarters for God Ptah and his cult.
As a closure for your rollercoaster trip, you’ll be picked up and drop you off at your decided hotel in Cairo City to check in and stay the night.
Overnight: Cairo Hotel
Day Two: Day Tour to Old Cairo & Return Back to Makadi
To have the most refreshing start for a trip, you’ll have your breakfast served to you at your hotel then check out to start your second-day adventure with your guide between the upcoming monuments:
The Egyptian Museum
Moving inside the Egyptian Museum, the first will pop into your mind is that its builder, Garozzo-Zaffarani, the Italian Company, was not messing around while establishing it in 1901. Its Greco-Roman design is more ornamented by the crazily premium relics it holds.
You’ll, then, be served lunch at a local restaurant to head afterward to:
Salad El-Din Castel
Salah El-Din Citadel is an exceptional fortification that goes back in time to the Medieval Islamic Era. It was used as an administrative headquarters dominated by Egyptian governors for around 7 hundred years back then, and it was built in (1176-1183). It’s a full package, filled with historical essence and aesthetic frames, that’ll inject you with organic appreciation and amazement. Including Mohammed Ali Mosque on its ground, the castle will offer you a variety of scenes with different concepts.
Mohamed Ali Mosque
It’s the rich themes that the Mohamed Ali Mosque, which was archeologically completed in 1848, is all about. It’s the noblest at all, with the superb alabaster it consists of. Commemorating the oldest son of Muhammad Ali, Tusun Pasha, the holy site was designed in a way that matches his wealth.
The National Museum of the Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)
The National Museums is the best personification of the heritages that now, Egypt has a grip on. Said heritages managed to build the Ancient Egyptian Civilization and put it in a high level of majesty and richness that the museum has been known for since it was first opened in 2017.! Also, those heritages tell tales about ancient Egypt, nobles, and royals throughout ancient periods of time!
Al Muizz Street
Al Muizz Street was named after the Fatimid Caliph, Al-Mu'izz li-Din Allah, and it was first established in 969 AD.! The street has been known, since old times, as the Medieval Ages’ main passage for merchants and trade. Although overwhelmed by buildings, the street is still famous to be the most vital and the busiest center of trade ever!
Khan El Khalil Bazaar
Khan El Khalili Bazaar, established in 969 CE, is more of a road than a bazaar, having more in it than just vendors and merch booths. It was the fact of once being the Fatimid Caliphate’s Capital, that makes this part of Egypt on another level of royalty. The eerily classic air of the bazaar is the outcome of the various historical replicas it offers, from the pharaonic items to the papyrus scrolls, to the Egyptian Customer, and more.
Your overnight trip to Cairo from Makadi Bay by bus will be ending at this point, thus, you’ll have your luxurious bus back to Hurghada and then be delivered to your hotel in Makadi Bay by an A/C vehicle.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
P/S: There's a chance of taking your suggestions, that relate to the program, into consideration, including removing or adding any unmentioned destinations to fit with your desires and imaginations.