The day tour should precisely be started early in the morning and if you already haven't guessed, it should be started at The Great Pyramid of Giza! I can assure you, you're going to be marveled at the very first sight of them, and also at how big they actually are! These over sized triangles were really captivating from up-close.
7:30 A.M. Pyramids of Giza: Your trip will be incomplete if you will miss the Pyramids of Giza. Recharge yourself with the favorite breakfast from one of the famous restaurants in the Coptic, Cairo area. I am sure Today, you will be found yourself more energized as you will be going to witness one out of the seven wonders in the world. Morning or evening time is best for a visit. The Pyramids of Giza also called the Giza Necropolis, consist of three Pyramids called the Great Giza Pyramid (Very 1st Pyramid), Khafre Pyramid (Middle Pyramid), and Menkaure Pyramid (Southernmost or the last Pyramid) along with their related pyramid centers, and the Great Sphinx of Giza. The moment you entered the premises, you can feel the denseness and will understand on its own why they are amongst the wonders. The entrance of the Pyramids is on the north side. You can enjoy the camel ride on the desert area as the place is wide open with the sand all around. These monuments are the remains of ancient Egypt’s Kingdom, were constructed approx. 4600 years ago. You can visit the pyramids every day from 8 AM to 4 PM in the wintertime (October to March) and from 7 AM to 7 PM in the summer (April-September).
• The Great Pyramids of Giza: How the hell did these guys do it? A question which boggled our minds, the first time we saw these larger-than-life structures. We spent hours and days (thanks to our pyramids view room at Le Meridien) admiring them but it really didn’t help. Instead of any of our questions answered, our curiosity and astonishment only escalated.Must eat:
finally one thing off my bucket list !! :)
Our guide will pick up you from the hotel or airport by air conditioned vehicle to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world; the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren and Mykerinus. Built over 4500 years ago to house the mummified bodies of the Kings, the awe-inspiring Pyramids are a once in a lifetime sight. You'll also get the chance to enjoy a stunning panoramic view of all three pyramids and the Valley Temple facing the great Sphinx.