Dahshur and Sakkara Tours

Get excited with Dahsuhr and Sakkara Tours and enjoy a fascinating tour to Sakkara Step Pyramid which is considered the oldest structure in the world, moreover, experience amazing tour to Dahshur which lies on the southern part of Memphis City, it was a necropolis during the 4th family, includes a lot of marvelous pyramids and monuments such as the Red Pyramid, considered the third largest pyramid in Egypt and Bent Pyramid.

Explore Dahshur city with Dahshur and Sakkara Excursions and get the chance to explore the most famous attractions in the city such as the Red Pyramid and Bent Pyramid. The Red Pyramid of Dahshur is considered the largest pyramid in the world after the magnificent Pyramid of Cheops which is one of the Giza Pyramids, Red Pyramid is located at Dahshur, it also has the biggest base of all the Egyptian pyramids, built by Khufu’s father, Snefru, what really makes this pyramid special today is the lack of crowds and circus atmosphere that plagues the Giza Plateau, along with the fact that it can currently be entered without limitation. The pyramid gets its common name from the reddish limestone used to build most of its core, but it is also sometimes referred to as the Shining or Northern Pyramid.

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Dahshur and Sakkara Tours

Explore the oldest structure in the world while visiting Sakkara Pyramid with Tours to Dahshur and Sakkara, the Pyramid dates back to 2700 B.C, built by King Djoser, its height is 60m and it includes temples, chapels and courtyards. The pyramid was constructed at Saqqara about 4,700 years ago, the Step Pyramid of Djoser was the first pyramid the Egyptians built. It is a part of a fabulous mortuary complex that was constructed during the King Djoser in the third century, as it was built by the famous architect Imhotep and contains six layers that is gradually decreasing in size.Continue your tour to visit Bent Pyramid with Dahshur and Sakkara Day Tours and explore Bent Pyramid which was probably the first planned from the outset to be a true pyramid, with smooth sides. This represents a glorious period in the evolution of the pyramid. As one of the most unusual pyramids in Egypt, as well as one of the best preserved (much of its casing remains), it has attracted considerable attention over the centuries. This Pyramid is distinguished by its two entrances which are totally separated, its height is 101.15 m and the length of every part of its ribs is 188.60 m.

Flying Carpet Tours gives you the chance to try optional Egyptian Museum and Pyramids of Giza Tour with Day Trips to Dahshur and Sakkara, in this amazing tour you will visit the Giza Pyramids which are considered the most famous pyramids in the world, constructed during the Pharaonic era, from 2550 to 2490 B.C. The Giza Pyramids contain Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus Pyramids. Those pyramids were built to be fancy tombs for the Pharaohs. Continue your tour and visit Sphinx and the Valley Temple, located at Giza Plateau. Moreover, you will explore the Egyptian Museum which contains rare collection of the Ancient Egyptian antiques and monuments.

A spiritual journey is waiting for you while visiting the famous Islamic and Coptic monuments in Cairo, with Islamic and Coptic Cairo Tour you will visit the Hanging Church which dates back to the third century A.D, making it one of the oldest Christian religious sites in Egypt. It is considered to be the most beautiful of the old churches in the area. It is also referred to as the Suspended Church or Al-Moallaqa. It is called the Hanging Church because it was built on the southern gate of the Roman Fortress. From the 7th century to the 13th century, the Hanging Church served as the residence of the Coptic Patriarch.  Live the holy adventure and visit Ben Ezra Synagogue with Excursions to Dahshur and Sakkara. It is considered to be the oldest church in Cairo, dating from the 9th century AD. Two separate myth state that the synagogue is built on the site where the pharaoh’s daughter found Moses hidden in the reeds of the Nile or on the site of the Temple of Jeremiah.

Entertain your eyes with Day Tours to Sakkara and Dahshur during your trip to the Mohammed Ali Mosque which is one of the most famous Egyptian landmarks in Cairo, known as Alabaster Mosque. it its located on the highest part inside the courtyard of Salah El Din Citadel. Mohamed Pasha Mosque was constructed by Yousef Bouhnaq; a Turkish architect who came especially to Cairo from Istanbul to establish this marvelous mosque for Mohammed Ali Pasha how ruled Egypt in 1805 till 1849 A.D. Finally, you will enjoy walking throw Khan El Khalili Bazaar.

Itinerary

Flying Carpet Tours guide will escort you by air-conditioned van to embrace the culture of Dahshur Pyramid, go on a trip to The Red Pyramid proceed to The Bent Pyramid at Dahshur, which was built by Snefru, the father of Cheops, who was the founder of the 4th dynasty. Snefru was not declared the king of Egypt through his birthright but through his marriage to the Queen Hetepheres, the daughter of the king Huni who ruled in the 3rd dynasty, Next tour to the step Pyramid of King Zoser, Sakkara Pyramid, Pyramids of Djoser. It was built in the 3rd Dynasty during the rule of King Djoser. The Step Pyramid of Sakkara is considered to be an evolution in the architecture of the pyramids. It’s height is 60 meters and its structure consists of six layers which is gradually decreasing in the size, Finally Flying Carpet Tours guide will escort you back to your hotel in Cairo.

Including

  • Pick up and drop off to your hotel in Cairo
  • Excursion to Dahshur and Sakkara Pyramids
  • Entrance fees to the above mentioned sites
  • English speaking guide at the sites mentioned above
  • Bottle of Mineral Water during Cairo Excursion
  • All transfers in Cairo by air-conditioned Van
  • All service charges and taxes

Excluding

  • Visa to Egypt
  • Optional tours not mentioned at the above itinerary
  • Tipping

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