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Half Day Tour to Pharaonic Village
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Private Tour: Pharaonic Village
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Day Tour To Pharaonic Village at Giza with Lunch
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Pharaonic Village Guided Half Day Tour from Cairo
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3 El Bahr El Aazam St, Giza Egypt
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Sakiat MekkiCairo Metro9 min
El MounibCairo Metro9 min
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Full-Day Tour from Cairo: Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Memphis, and Saqqara

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The Giza pyramid complex contains the fabled relics of Egypt’s Old Kingdom, constructed a whopping 4,500 years ago. Get a peek at one of the world’s top historical attractions, which includes the Valley Temple, the Saqqara necropolis, and the mysterious, timeless Sphinx on this private tour. First-time visitors to Egypt—or travelers short on time—are able to tick off all the sights during this in-depth, full-day guided sightseeing tour from Cairo.
USD 60.20 USD 86 per adult
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SADEK wrote a review Dec. 2020
Nice, France414 contributions30 helpful votes
The Pharaonic village contains museums beside the cruise tour to see some examples of the occupations was hold for the people at the pharaonic time like the producing perfumes, burdi and fishing ..etc .. it was very interesting and educational place, and there is a small market with hand made things nice for gifts
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Mama Kim’s Travel Rescue wrote a review Mar. 2020
San Bruno, California152 contributions31 helpful votes
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History lovers dream! You can walk through a life size replica of Karnak Temple with its original paint job. The original temple is now the color of the desert sand and has many broken and missing objects. The replica has exterior and interior paint, colored hieroglyphics, sculptures, and rows of undamaged ram sphinxes. You can also walk through the home of both an ancient nobleman and a peasant, complete with costumed actors. The Nile River boat ride around the island is a must see!!! Employees dressed in costume literally re-enact scenes from ancient Egyptian life. For example, farming (with live oxen), boat building, honey making, fishing, brick making, pottery making, sculpting, perfume making, etc. I was mesmerized watching a recreation of the Biblical scene of Pharoah's daughter retrieving baby Moses from the actual Nile River. You can walk through a recreation of King Tut's tomb, with the items in their exact original location. I have been to King Tut's tomb in the Valley of the Kings and seen his tomb items at the Egyptian Museum. But walking down the infamous stairs to the tomb and seeing it just like Howard Carter did was exhilarating. There are 22 mini-museums: King Tut's Tomb, Cleopatra, Islamic, Coptic, Nasser, Napoleon, Nubian, etc I don't see any need to book an online guided tour. All of the museum exhibits have signs in English. And you can Google anything you want to know more about. Except for the fact that you will then have a safe ride back to your hotel.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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simonsimons . wrote a review Mar. 2020
Hurghada, Egypt57 contributions29 helpful votes
If you have never been to Egypt and wnat to understand some of the history, then this could be worth a visit. We were three English people on a break who have lived in the country for a minimum of 15 years. We all said we had got something out of the time here, but those coming to Egypt for the first or maybe second time would get more. The time and investment in creating the attraction has provided something that is very commendible and there is a good chance to learn about many, many different aspects of the country, it's history, and it's people through the ages. A number of ticket options are availabe offering a choice of museums and collections to visit so there is something for all tastes. Guides were all very friendly and passed information to us in a good way - easy to understand and listen to. Give yourself 3-4 hours if you do want to make a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Robert B wrote a review Feb. 2020
Puyallup, Washington15 contributions2 helpful votes
A nice recreation of village life in ancient egypt. A pleasant and informative way to spend an afternoon. Much bigger than I expected and quite well done. It's not like going to the pymairds or the Egyptian museum, but it is educational. Great if you have kids.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Riana L wrote a review Feb. 2020
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa13 contributions
Awesome to spend with kids - very much to do and see - kids friendly. The boat cruise is very relaxing - well thought through
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Date of experience: September 2019
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