Day Trip to the Giza Pyramids, Memphis, and Sakkara start your tour with full day tour to visit first memphis city first capital in egypt then going to visit sakkara for the first pyramid in egypt step pyramid then going to visit the Giza pyramids and the great sphinx and the valley temple .
Day Trip to the Giza Pyramids, Memphis, and Sakkara from the early morning our Egyptologist tour guide will pick you up from your hotel by a modern air conditioned van and start your day by visiting The Pyramid of Khufu considered the greatest one.
It was originally 146 m (479 ft) high but now is actually 137 m (449 ft).
Was constructed by more than 2 million stone, and all with manual labor, then move to Pyramid of Khafre (Chephren) which is smaller than the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) and then visit the Pyramid of Menkaure (Mycerinus)
The Giza Pyramid of Menkaure (Mycerinus) is the smallest of the Giza Pyramids and stands just 62 m (203 ft) high (originally 66.5 m).
After that you will move to The Great Sphinx which dates from the time of Chephren human-headed lion.
Famous with the Egyptians as Abu el-Hol, the “Father of Terror.” In addition, the Greek name “Sphinx,” when translated, means “Strangler”…
Move to Valley Temple where the purification and perfection of mummification were performed on kings.
After that you will move to Sakkara which was the first pyramid which was built by the architect Imhotep during the Third Dynasty.
The Djosers Step-Pyramid contains six mastabas (a then common type of tomb) be placed atop each other.
The Step-Pyramid is located in Saqqara, an ancient necropolis on the plateau above the Nile Valley.
Finally you will move to Memphis which considered the capital of Egypt during the Old Kingdom, it was founded by King Menes, and considered to be a center of rule and culture for over 3000 years the first capital of Egypt.
At the end of the day your tour guide will accompany you to your hotel.
All transportations by a modern vehicle
Tour guide with your own language
Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites in our program