Giza Pyramids Tour

No visit to Cairo would be complete without visiting the great Pyramids of Giza, keen to experience Pyramids of Giza Tour with Flying Carpet Tours and get the chance to explore the most famous archaeological site in the world and the last of the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World, the Giza Pyramids. Get excited and know more about the Pyramids which still represent a mystery although they were built from roughly 2550 to 2490 B.C as no one knows how they were built. Stare at the amazement of the huge statue of Sphinx and explore the gleaming finds of the Valley Temple

Get excited with Giza Pyramids Tour and visit the Giza Pyramids which includes three pyramids, known as Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus. Feast your eyes watching the three pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus, these pyramids, especially the great temple of Cheops are the last of the Seven Wanders of the Ancient World and considered the magnificent man-made structures in history. The historical pyramids were built during a frenetic period of construction, from roughly 2550 to 2490 B.C. Start your tour visiting Cheops Pyramid which is one of the most amazing pyramids all over the world as it is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and stands from 4000 years; it contains approximately 2.3 million stone blocks. Move to explore Chephren Pyramid which is considered to be second large pyramid with Egypt Pyramids Tour, although this pyramid is smaller than the Pyramid of Cheops but its top gives an illusion of being higher than the Pyramid of Cheops, because of its smooth limestone cap. Mykerinus Pyramid is the third and considered to be the smallest pyramid of the Giza Pyramids, as its height is approximately 66 meters. 

Entertain yourself and take memorable photos with Sphinx through amazing Pyramid Tours. Sphinx is truly a mysterious marvel from the days of ancient Egypt. With a body of and a head of a king or god, Sphinx has come to symbolize strength and wisdom, the statue consists of about 2,000 limestone blocks and although the date of its constructions is uncertain, the head of the Sphinx is believed to be that of the Pharaoh Khafre. Get to know more about the Egyptian history while Visiting the Pyramids of Giza and explore the gleaming finds of the Valley Temple in Giza, which is considering the oldest stone buildings in Egypt, is located in front of Khafre Pyramid beside the Sphinx, it is characterized by magnificent of engineering, and its distinctive architectural style, it was the main entrance of the complex of the Giza Pyramids and it was also used as a connection between the complex and the Nile River by a canal.


Flying Carpet Tours guide will escort you to a ravishing tour to Pyramids of Giza, feast your eyes by visiting Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus, then your guide will take you to panoramic view of the pyramids, memorable photos available to the three pyramids together, next move to the Sphinx, scout the valley temple, then your guide will give you some time for shopping to buy whatever you prefer, finally Flying Carpet Tours Guide will transfer you back to your hotel in Cairo.


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


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


  • Prices are quoted in U.S. American dollars
  • Extra fees will be applied to enter inside any of the Pyramids




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