When you go inside the pyramid, you will feel how was hard this work , also how they correct mistakes in one of the pyramids
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incredible location with few tourists, enjoyed the visits inside the red pyramid but also the countryside and the stark contrast between the plantations of date palm trees and the barren desert where the historic sites are located.
Our tour of Egypt covered this site. We were fortunate to have a guide who explained the relevance of this pyramid. If you have the time worth going to.
Not to be missed if you have the time. Visitors to Dahshur can climb down into the tomb deep inside the pyramid which is a real treat (not for the elderly, claustrophobic or those out of shape). Surprisingly empty of tourists when we went.
Blue Sky tour guide "Maged" lead our adventure to this site. Not only did "Maged" explain about the site and answer all our question, We weren't able to go inside but it was still a gem to see. We experienced true Egyptian hospitality, warm, friendly...More
We entered four pyramids during our stay in Cairo. Of all of the pyramids we were able to enter, the Red Pyramid, which can be found at Dahshur was our favorite. We would encourage everyone to take the time to travel to this amazing site.
it was a great site to see, if you go on a camel into the dessert you can see all pyramids in one go. it is fun to ride on a camel if you not worried about falling. we had great fun
This is a treasure of a find in Egypt. It is off the beaten path and you won't be deluged by vendors. You have time to take it in and simply enjoy.
We saw it from far away from the Saqqara pyramids. It has the bent pyramid and red pyramid among others. However, it is quite far away and will take some serious energy just to go all the way there. plus point is that there are...More