Overnight stay in Cairo from Port Said
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Once you have arrived in Port Said let our Guide take care of you by escorting you for a 2 day tour of Cairo and Sakkara. On your first day visit the Great Pyramids of Giza which to this day is still a mystery of how they were built. Carry on and view the Sphinx which represents Strength and Wisdom. Now journey forth to Sakkara to view the Step Pyramid of Djoser. Spend a relaxing overnight stay in Cairo.On your 2nd Day take a journey to Salah El Din Citadel and the Mohamed Ali Mosque. Followed by a visit to the impressive Egyptian Museum. Now something totally different! take a wonder around the hustle and bustle of the Khan-El-Khalili Bazaar. Finish your brilliant 2 day tours and enjoy being driven back to your Cruise in Port Said.
Once your cruise has docked in Port Said your representative will be waiting and ready to assist you for your drive to Cairo. The journey which lasts for about three hours will include a Police convoy.When you have arrived in Cairo your tour will start by taking a visit to the Great Giza Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus which even to this day is still a mystery how they were built.Continue on now to see the spectacular Sphinx which represents strength and wisdom and the paws of the sphinx measures 15m alone so this gives you an indication of the sheer size also take a visit to the Valley Temple which belongs to the pyramids of chefren. We now journey on to Sakkara to visit the Step Pyramid of Djoser , this step pyramid was built by Imhotep. You can also take the opportunity to visit one of the burial chambers of which there are three. Transfer back to your Hotel in Cairo ,
Overnight in Cairo .
After breakfast and check out from your Hotel your Guide will pick you up to accompany you on a visit to Salah El Din Citadel which is a medieval Islamic fort.Carry on to view Mohamed Ali Mosque the most visible Mosque in Cairo with its Twin Minarets the Mosque was built in memory of his oldest son.Journey onto the famous Egyptian Museum. The Museum has an impressive array of artifacts from the Pharaonic period,and also houses the amazingl Tutankhamun collection of treasures and jewels. Time now to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Khan El Khalili Bazaar.After these enjoyable visits you will be transferred back to your cruise in Port Said.
Meals : Breakfast & Lunch .
All transfers by a modern A/C vehicle
A bottle of water during your trip
All service charges & taxes
English speaking Guide
Accommodation in Cairo for a night at 5* Hotel
Pick up services from Port Said & return
Entrance fees to sites
Entry visa to Egypt
Any optional tours
(Age 12 and more)
(Age 2 to 11)
(Age 0 to 2)
Our Prices are quoted in US $ but we also accept Euros and Sterling per person per trip , with the exception during Christmas, New Year and Easter holidays.If you go to the icon at the bottom of the page you can change the currencey just by clicking the button to whatever currency you wish to use.
0 - 01.99 Free of Charge
2- 11.99 pay 50% of tour price
12+ pay full tour price as per adult person
Please note Airline Policy is as follows…If your tour includes a Domestic Flight a child 0-2 years of age incurs a $15 fee. From 2 years of age are classed as Adult.
We require a deposit of 25% of the total price of the tour, exception being at peak times i.e. Christmas and New Year and Easter, then the deposit required will be 50% of the total price. You can pay the deposit by either Bank Transfer for which we would give you our Bank Account details, or you may pay by Weston Union , or online
If you wish to cancel your bookings the cancellation fees are as follows… At least one week in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
!!!!!! Please note all flights require 100% cancellation fee.
We would advise if you are satisfied with the services you have received then it is customary to give a gratuity but you are not obliged to do so.