Cairo Private Tour by Plane El Gouna is a fantastic private trip by plane to Cairo from El Gouna, Egypt, to see the attractions in Cairo and Giza. We recommend this individual Trip because it allows tourists to see the most impressive sights and learn more about its history.
Of course, this Trip heads to the great pyramids and the Sphinx at Giza. Furthermore, it goes to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, as well. Additionally, Trip participants will make this long-awaited Trip without losing much time. In general, travelling by plane saves time.
Highlights on Private Trip to Cairo from El Gouna by Plane
- Visit the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
- Lunch at a restaurant.
- Visit the three pyramids in Giza.
- Also, the Great Sphinx at the pyramid complex.
Program of the Individual Flight Trip to Cairo
- Landious Travel representative will pick you up from your hotel in El Gouna in a private vehicle at approximately 05:00 am.
- After picking up all comers, the bus will go to the international airport of Hurghada. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the airport.
Schedule in Cairo
- We will show you the Egyptian Museum when you arrive in Cairo. This museum has about 100 exhibition halls. There is a unique collection of about 150 thousand items in these halls. Your guide will show all the main exhibits in this vast museum. Also, he will give you free time to take pictures.
- Following the visit to the Egyptian Museum, you will start the boat picnic on the Nile River. This Nile trip is an additional program; you can book it in advance through us! As soon as the boat picnic on the Nile ends, you will head to another city – Giza.
Agenda in Giza
- Of course, the Trip continues in Giza. The first stop in this place will be in the restaurant. It offers an open buffet.
- Then, the group will carry on to the Giza Pyramid Complex, with great pyramids and the Sphinx. Once again, your guide will show you these monuments and give you free time to take pictures.
- Finally, after such an excellent program in Cairo and Giza, you will head to Cairo Airport. From there, we will escort you back to your hotel in El Gouna.
- This Private Trip to Cairo from El Gouna by Plane ends at approximately 23:00.
What does the Price of the Cairo Private Tour El Gouna by Plane include?
- Tickets for visiting temples.
- Private Guide.
- Individual transfer to Hurghada Airport.
- Private vehicle in Cairo.
- Also, Individual transfer from Hurghada Airport back to your hotel.
What does the Program of Cairo Individual Trip El Gouna by Plane not include?
- Additional excursion programs if not included in the above schedule.
- Also, Drinks.
Items to Take with You on the Trip
- Breakfast box.
- Also, Passport.
Booking Days of Cairo Private Tour by Plane El Gouna
- Thursdays from 05:00 – 23:00.
- Also, Fridays are from 05:00 – 23:00.
- Please check with us on the flight schedule.
What is expected to be seen during the Cairo Private Tour by Plane El Gouna?
The Egyptian Museum is the oldest archaeological museum in Egypt and the Middle East. It exhibits an extensive collection from the Predynastic Period to the Greco-Roman Period. In addition, this repository houses the most comprehensive collection of Pharaonic antiquities in the world. This fantastic collection traces 5,000 years of Egyptian history.
The Giza Pyramid Complex is the most popular tourist attraction in Egypt. Also, we call it the Giza Necropolis. This Complex is an Ancient Egyptian site located on the Giza Plateau. Widely known, it includes the Great Pyramid of Giza, its associated networks, and the Sphinx of Giza.
The ancient Egyptians built these massive constructions during the Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. Additionally, the Giza Complex includes several cemeteries and the remains of a workers’ settlement on its territory.
The Pyramid of Khufu stands at a towering height of 138.5 metres. Located in the Giza pyramid complex, this oldest and largest Pyramid has astounded people through the centuries. This marvel constitutes a part of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world.
The Pyramid Of Khafre stands at 448ft with a base length of 706ft. These measurements make this Pyramid the second-tallest and second-largest Giza Pyramid complex. It houses the tomb of the Fourth Dynasty Pharaoh Khafre, who ruled between 2558 and 2532 BC. This historical monument is also known as the Pyramid of Chephren.
Menkaure is the third Pyramid in the Giza Pyramid complex in Greater Cairo, Egypt. Smallest of the three, this beautiful structure rises to 66 metres (218 feet). Menkaure Pyramid houses some of the most stunning sculptures from Ancient Egyptian history despite being short.
The Great Sphinx is one of the most significant sculptures in the world. It shows a reclined lion’s body and a human head at nearly 66 feet. A royal headdress adorns the Sphinx’s human head. The length of this magnificent statue is around 240 feet.
Valley Temple of King Chephren
The Valley Temple of Chephren is an awe-inspiring structure in the Pyramids of Giza Complex. It’s a popular destination for tourists who come to Egypt to witness the glory of ancient Egyptian civilisation and the significance of the fourth dynasty in the history of Egypt.
This temple is one of the oldest kingdom’s best-preserved structures and an incredible masterpiece of ancient Egyptian monumental architecture. Its remarkable engineering and unique architectural style make it one of the oldest stone buildings in Egypt and possibly the world.
One must head east of Chefren’s Pyramid in the Pyramids of Giza Complex to find the Valley Temple of Chephren. Located close to the Nile and the famous Great Sphinx temple, this temple is part of a legendary land where the most prominent kings and pharaohs of Egypt built their burial temples. The temple houses many remains, and statues of Khafre were discovered in the 1860s.
The mortuary temple of Chephren was organised, comprising several chambers, niches, and storerooms. Thick and sturdy pillars supported the entrance hall and the second rectangular hall, while the front side of the temple was made of large limestone blocks covered by a layer of finer limestone.
The innermost sanctuary contained a pair of stelae or upright rocks with written inscriptions and a false door. This door was believed to be the entrance for the dead Pharaoh to collect offerings given to him. In the courtyard, there were supposedly 12 statues of Khafre, some of which may have been taken by the kings of later dynasties.
Before the mortuary temple, five boat pits were dug out of the rock base, containing the boats that brought the mortal remains of the Pharaoh to preserve as a mummy in the Pyramid.