Sakkara, Memphis & Dahsur

Cairo Tours and Excursions


Nothing is better than enjoying sightseeing alongside with the understanding of the ancient Egyptian history according the chronological order. This historical tour will cover three important sights in Giza; Sakkara, Dahshur and Memphis which are belonging to the Old kingdom.


    * Egyptologist guide all the tour throughout.

    *Entrance fees.

    *A comfortable vehicle with A/c.

    *Bottled water.


    *24/7 customer service

    *Free time for shopping upon guests' desire.


    * Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.

    *Tipping & gratuities.


A Detailed Itinerary

Your Egyptologist guide will pick you up at 08:00am where you start your journey to the first site which is Sakkara where you visit the great Step Pyramid built by the genius engineer Imhotep kept by king Zoser in the third dynasty, the pyramid dates back to the 27th century BC. then you will head over to explore Dahsur necropolis to see another stage of the evolution of the royal tomb by visiting the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid built by king Senefru, then you will proceed to visit Memphis, the first capital of Egypt that was established by king Menes 3300 BC after the unification between Upper & Lower Egypt, you will see the colossal statue of King Ramsis II and the Alabaster Sphinx. Then you will go to have your lunch in a local restaurant then drive back to your hotel.





    0 Years to 1.99 years of age: Free of charge.

    2 years to 4.99 years of age: 50% from the full rate.

    5 years to 11.99 years of age: 75% from the full rate


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