Sharm El-Sheikh: Full-Day Tour of Cairo and Pyramids by Bus
- Pickup available
- Skip the line
- Duration: 22 hours
From US$ 905.12
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Very good ... but the lie in the entrance fees, the guides take you to strategic stores and everything must be paid in dollars or is converted into dollars if you pay in Egyptian pounds, activities offered on board with higher prices , the trip lasted from midnight to 4 am the next day very tiring and no return meal is offered nor even a stop in a restaurant, we were hungry because we had to eat the last meal at noon then it was the race ... no welcome drink was given to us, at the beginning we stopped at a cafe (2 euros per Cafe) in short leave with a minimum of 40 euros each there, if you do not tip during an activity that you pay the tone go up ... I'll let you imagine
Everything you will see in the trip description has been done and that in a totally incredible way. You will find the treasures of Egypt trough Alexandria and Cairo with their rich history, trough the pyramids (a dream come true now!) and the best guide i ever met in my life.. You will discover 2 exceptional people in the person of Mark and Mario ! Booking this trip was the best decision i made during my time here. (and they are the cheapest on the market by the way) Mario, Mark thank you again for this adventure !
Very long journey but bus took nearly day & half but so worth it the sites you see one of the seven wonders of this world, my guide was Mohammad English guide he was so kind & looked after us so well he also explained everything about the history of the tombs & the museum it’s a magical but wonderful experience with this tour I would highly recommend ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
A great day in Luxor with everything that goes with it! By the lucky coincidence that there were no other bookings, we had the guide and driver completely to ourselves and were able to organize the whole day at our own request and pace. So we could also see pages of Luxor that the normal tourist does not see.
Our German-speaking guide was called Amar. He did it so well. He brought us closer to the history of Egypt. Thank you Amar for this very nice day.