An amazing visit. If you are able to make it there at least once in your life - go! Try to go Sunday - Thursday, more than likely there will be less crowds (reduced local school trips, etc).
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This is the second part of the first day of our tour. Osama and Ebrahem of Emo Tours Egypt are very good in timing of schedule. We accomoplished every activity and still have more time for other things like shopping which they gladly helped us...More
To begin with: it's a must see archaeological site. What you should expect to see: The road that leads to the Gizeh Plateau takes you through dusty streets and ugly looking buildings, crowded with school buses. If you travel alone with your car you will...More
Probably the main reason why you are going to Egypt, so yes go and see it. There is no much to see outside the pyramids, but it is a sight and great place to take pictures. I suggest to be there as soon as they...More
Enjoyed a half day tour to Giza to see the pyramids. Best to hire a Car and tour guide as you then have a lot more opportunity to learn and ask questions. The exterior tour of each of the three is interesting , to get...More
On the evening before the group was due to go to see the pyramids of Giza, we went to the light and sound show in Giza. It was awesome. A history of Egypt was narrated by Omar Sharif and a projector shone on the Sphinx...More
I took my friends to visit the great pyramids, I was worried about the hustlers trying to make you ride camels or carts but I found everything easy and the government has announced fixed prices for camels and carts you just need to negotiate the...More
This has to be the most famous tourist destination in the world and walking among these monuments gives you a chill. My girlfriend and I climbed the inside of the Great Pyramid, it was a very challenging effort because of the steepness, the low ceiling...More