2 Days in Giza, Cairo and Safari in Faiyum

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2 Days to explore the ancient history of man and enjoy a safari trip to wonder at nature. Day one is dedicated to the most attractive places in Egypt; start your day by seeing Egyptian museum and pyramids. No holiday is complete without seeing those two places in Cairo. You will know all details and secrets about how pyramids were built and why they were built, Then you will proceed to the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, which houses the most significant number of items dating back to Ancient Egyptian times. Day 2 is a safari trip from Cairo to Faiyum, including transportation, entrance fees, and lunch! Our friendly drivers will ensure you have an unforgettable experience without breaking your bank account. You'll visit Lake Qaroun, Wadi al Rayan Waterfalls, Wadi Hitan Protectorate, Mudawara Mountain & more!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Pyramids Land Private Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Day 1 Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian Museum and Cazaar

Stop At: Pyramids of Giza

You will visit the following sites Pyramid of Cheops (Great Pyramid) about 2500 B.C. Pyramid of Chephren (Son of Cheops) Pyramid of Mycerinus (grandson of Cheops) Great Sphinx (Guardian of Giza Plateau)

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities

Biggest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts that includes more than 100,000 pieces varying from tiny items as amulets and domestic tools to colossal giant statues

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Khan Al-Khalili

The Bazaar of Khan el Khalili is a 1.000 year old market, where you can shop among the many ancient buildings and mosques. This place would be unbeatable with its shops that date back centuries ago

Duration: 1 hour

Day 2 Safari trip to Faiyum

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Have you ever heard of the Egyptian god, Sobek? Well now is your chance to learn more. A tour guide will pick up from your hotel in Cairo by an air-conditioned 4x4 vehicle and take us on a journey through history as we make our way into Fayoum - where it was revered that The Crocodile God's cult center existed during ancient times! This 95 km drive might be long but don't worry about getting tired; there are breaks for tea time (or coffee), snacks etc., so bring something good enough to break the boredom :)

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Wadi El-Rayan

You'll find yourself in a beautifully manicured world, where the only thing that seems to be missing is you're Guides. A day trip on foot through Wadi al-Rayan will provide ample opportunities for relaxation with its lakes and stunning natural environment The input speaks glowingly of this protected area while neglecting important details such as how far it actually goes or what else might lie beyond those borders

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Valley of the Whales (Wadi Al-Hitan)

Then, it's time to explore the Valley of Whales' "Wadi Hitan." Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2005 for its hundreds and thousands from some ancient whale species. See fossilized bones that date back 200 million years ago when this desert was covered by water! The most visible relics are those belonging either mammoths or giant sea cows- two other creatures who lived alongside these

Duration: 2 hour

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Foreigners are familiar with Tunis Village, where the people are more than welcoming and generous, with many expatriates buying properties. It's an excellent opportunity to watch the young artisans at work and purchase examples of their work, tour the hamlet, and try your hand at pottery! There are several Pottery Shops, and they point out some of the magnificent and uncommon plants, as well as a plethora of trees and shrubs, including the Bottle Brush Tree (which has drooping branches), Spikey Silk Cotton Tree, rose bushes, pomegranate bushes, Olive, Orange, and Lemon trees.

Duration: 1 hour
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