• Visit the pyramid of Giza Memphis
  • Admire the uniqueness of the Sphinx
  • Enjoy a shopping spree on the Khan el-Khalili market
  • visit Ramesses II statue
  • visit Pyramid in Dahshur.


  • Duration: 6 Hours
  • Location: Cairo
  • Starting Point: Hotels in Cairo, Giza
  • Ending Point: Hotels in Cairo, Giza
  • Tour Guide Languages: English - Deutsch - French - Russian - Italien

Our guide will pick you at 9 AM from your hotel in Cairo or Giza and your full-day tour of Cairo Egypt Pyramids begins. Start your tour by visiting Memphis Tours Egypt, the ancient capital of Egypt dating back to the 3100 BC, which houses the colossal statue of Ramesses II and the Alabaster Sphinx. Your second stop will be at the Step Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara. It is one of Egypt’s largest stone monuments which was built during the 3rd Dynasty for the burial of King Djoser. Then, you’ll visit Dahshur, 10 km away from Saqqara, to see the Bent Pyramid and Red Pyramid, which are still under construction. As the tour ends, you’ll be able to enjoy lunch in a local restaurant. Lastly, you’ll be dropped back to your hotel.

What's included

  • All transfers in an air conditioned vehicle
  • Provided English-speaking travel guide
  • Lunch in local restaurant
  • Soft drinks while driving in the vehicle
  • Entrance fees to all actions mentioned in the program

What's excluded

  • Drinks in the restaurant
  • Any additions; not mentioned in the Program
  • Felucca trip

Know before you go

  • Passport with visa or identity card with visum of Egypt - Breakfast package - Camera - Warm clothes in winter - Light clothes in summer – Sunglasses
  • Excursion days: every day
  • Pick up: 9:00
  • Easy cancellation: Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.


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  • Aeda Blackley

    The pyramids of Dahshur are a must see. For me, the highlight of Egypt has been to descend to the central chambers of the "Red" Pyramid and see the "Folded" Pyramid with much of its cover still intact. Descending the Red Pyramid is not for those who suffer from claustrophobia problems or climbing difficulties. In the same center, breathing can also be a bit difficult but it's worth it!