Cairo: Giza Pyramids Tour with Quad Bike Safari & Camel Ride
- Pickup available
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 5 hours
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This trip was absolutely amazing. We were picked up on time at 3.45 from our hotel and taken to the airport for out flight to Cairo. When we arrived we were greeted by out tour Guide Gabri who was so friendly, was very knowledgeable and was just amazing. It was too early for the pyramids so Gabri took us for a local breakfast and so tea. We then went to the pyramids and had a camel ride. Next we went to the Spinx and then the papayas museum followed by lunch. After lunch we went to a perfume shop and then the museum. We paid extra for an early flight so after we never went to the market but went to the airport. What an amazing day. Thank you Gabri you were fantastic.
Ahmed was the perfect host during our dinner on the Nile cruise ! He picked us up early because we asked if we could possibly stop somewhere before dinner. He was able to take us to that place then still made it on time for the dinner. He was so kind and gracious. He waited with us while we ate our dinner, helped us take pictures and just made sure we had an overall good time. This was the best experience ever !
Our guides Eslam and Mohammad were great took us off-roading to all different places in the desert, they were very knowledgeable and fun your guides would defiantly recommend you can also see thousands of stars when you sleep in the desert so that alone is worth it When travelling from Cairo to meet your guides defiantly bring some headphones though as it’s a very long drive
We had a nice drive and wonderful day. Mohamed from EMO Tours was very passionate and knowledgeable and made the day so much more interesting. The resort itself is spacious, quiet, and right on the beach. This is a great family trip or for a relaxing time away from the city.
We were fortunate in both events, firstly 4 had dropped out and we had a very intimate number of 4 in our group. Secondly Corona hysteria hit and therefor the museum was empty and no queuing at the pyramids.