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Reviewed yesterday

It was visible from the Great Pyramid, but our guide did tell us the history of it and why it was shaped the way it was.

Thank Jeffrey H
Reviewed 6 days ago

The area of Dahshur archaeological sites of the most important places in Egypt because of the pyramids of King Sinfero and the entire pyramid in addition to the rural character of Dahshour, it is my country can see the tourist scenes of birds migrating from...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

After climbing up a lot of steps to half way up the pyramid, we had to wait on a small platform until others came out, so we could go in. The tunnel down is low (I was almost bent double for the whole time), quite...More

Thank colin j
Reviewed 1 week ago

These are more interesting when you just stop at the parking lot and view them. No reason to walk up to them in the heat. Pretty cool and the history was fascinating

Thank Munkee-Weezel
Reviewed 1 week ago

Such an amazing experience and so few tourists. Absolutely worth the steps to walk up and then down into the Red Pyramid!

Thank LucyInAust
Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent about an hour and half around this site. Incredible engineering and construction for the time period considering the tools they were working with.

Thank James C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There are three pyramids here including the Red Pyramid and the unusual Bent Pyramid. They are well worth a short stop on your way to or from Saqqara. There are very few tourists there. There is a path that goes about 50 meters up the...More

Thank alaskantravelnut
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The area has a few pyramids but the two most outstanding one are the Red Pyramid and Bent Pyramid. The lack of tourists in the area also mean no hassler around. You are able to enter the Red Pyramid interior but the Bent Pyramid interior...More

Thank Mervin K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I highly recommend taking the time to visit this group of Pyramids. The crowds are far smaller so going into the Pyramid itself is much less clostrophibic. Seeing these gives you an understanding of how the pyramids design developed over time.

Thank JohnK2017_08
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

only a 30 minute drive from Giza.. This another great place to see without the huge crowds . Highly recommeded

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