The wonders of Cairo are for everyone to see, that's why the 3-day Cairo tour from Port Ghalib is the perfect chance to fully explore all the immortal artistic nature of ancient Egypt. It’s the tour wherein you’ll across different time periods from ancient Egypt and the Coptic to the Islamic. Through our 3-day trip to Cairo from Port Ghalib, you will see attractions in a new light, witnessing the living miracles such as the Giza pyramids, the Great Sphinx, and Cairo Citadel, as well as Khan El Khalili, and many more in Cairo. It's time to have the maximum excitement you deserve, so book us now and get the fineness of our unmatched services from the very minimum to the utmost maximum, from the accommodation and fancy flights to the meals.
3 Days / 2 Nights
Cairo – Giza
Pickup & Drop Off
Your Hotel in Port Ghalib
Flight Tickets from Marsa Alam to Cairo and from Cairo to Hurghada.
Accommodation at 5* hotel in Cairo for 2 nights with breakfast.
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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 Port Ghalib to Cairo - Visit The Pyramids of Giza
Start your 3-day Cairo tour from Port Ghalib by transferring you from your hotel to Marsa Alam Airport and catch your flight to Cairo. Upon arrival at Cairo Airport, meet your private tour guide who will accompany you to visit:
Giza Pyramids Complex
The Pyramids of Giza are where history was created and Egypt was printed in the minds of everyone who ever existed. The Great Giza Complex has three great pyramids of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure, six little pyramids, the great sphinx, and the Valley Temple.
The Pyramid of Khufu
Khufu Pyramid is the last of its kind as the only intact structure of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The pyramid of Khufu came to be in 2580 BC using 2,300,000 pieces of limestone blocks each weighing 2.5 tons with a workforce of about 100,000 free skilled workers. It is 147m, 481ft tall, and contains an incredibly designed interior.
The Great Sphinx
The Sphinx is the immortal protector of Egypt which is 73 m (240 ft) tall, 19 m (66 ft) wide, and was designed in the shape of a mythical creature called the sphinx which possesses the body of a lion and the head of a man believed to be king Khafre to showcases his might and wisdom.
The Valley Temple
The Valley Temple is one of a kind that was constructed in the Old Kingdom (2686 – 2134 BC) in order to perform the mummification process it was also a very well-preserved archeological site that offers incredible details about the mummification process and mortuary rituals of ancient Egypt.
You will then enjoy your lunch at a pyramid/ Nile view restaurant, then check in at a 5* hotel to spend the overnight.
Flight: From Marsa Alam to Cairo
Overnight: Cairo Hotel
Day Two: Visit the Museum - Citadel - Khan El Khalili
In the morning, you will enjoy your breakfast in your hotel then accompany your tour guide to all of Cairo's highlights such as:
The Egyptian Museum
The two floors of the Egyptian Museum embraces were created from extravagant rich materials such as gold, silver & precious gems. Also, it consists of ordinary materials like wood or stone can be found taking the form of statues and funerary objects, and other some displayed wealthy pieces.
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant then you will proceed:
The Citadel of Salah El-Din
Salah El-Din Citadel was built in 1182 AD by the Great King, the victorious, Salah El-Din to be a powerful symbol of his entire kingdom. It served as the center of the government for 700 years and a powerful fortress against foreign invaders like the Crusaders & Napoleon's French troops. Within the citadel lies a number of museums, mesmerizing structured buildings, art galleries and more.
The Mosque of Mohamed Ali
Mohamed Ali Mosque is a vision of beauty and resistance known as the Alabaster Mosque due to its extensive usage of marble. It was built between 1830 and 1848 AD to be a replica of the blue mosque in Istanbul and act as a symbol of independence and freedom against the Ottoman Kingdom. The mosque is very captivating with its Ottoman style.
The National Museum of the Egyptian Civilization
The National Museum added more honor to Egypt’s history when it was first found in 2017. It’s not every day that you'll find a gracious civil construction with 50,000 prehistorical pieces, that combine more than one royal period altogether, other than the National Museum with all the significance it has!
El Muizz Street
El Muizz Street has been receiving so many visits that the street took for granted being on every traveler’s things-to-do-in-Egypt list. Out of the reasons for the travelers finding themselves before the site’s threshold, is the feted aura that, one way or another, managed to whisper lullabies for them subconsciously. Left under the effect of the religious atmosphere of El Muizz Street, travelers could not end their trips there without memorizing the palaces and mosques that belong to the Mamluk, Ottoman, and Ayyubid Dynasties as the back of their hands.
Khan El Khalili Bazaar
The golden brick road of the Middle East where dreams are materialized in the finest form. Khan El Khalili Bazaar dates to 970 AD and remains very active today. It has incredible vintage cafes and shops that date back to various eras through the Islamic golden ages. All the phenomenal Islamic architectures and decorations of the street are in intact condition.
At the end of the day, return back to your hotel in Cairo for the overnight.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Overnight: Cairo Hotel
Day Three: End Your 3 Days Cairo Tour from Port Ghalib - Fly Back to Port Ghalib from Cairo
In the morning,after having your breakfast at your hotel in Cairo, you'll be transferred to Cairo airport to catch your flight to Hurghada, then you will be transferred to your hotel in Port Ghalib by a private A/C car.
Flight: From Cairo to Hurghada
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.