Egypt Tours

egypt tours

For over two millennia, travellers have been drawn to Egypt by the Great Pyramids of Giza. These iconic ancient wonders continue to draw visitors on Egypt tours today. You can also visit the Valley of the Kings, home to the world’s largest open air museum. For an even more immersive experience, you can tour Luxor, the capital city of ancient Egypt. Here, you can see the famous pyramids and temples that were built by the Pharaohs.

On the Go Tours

On the Go Tours in Egypt offer the flexibility to visit various historical monuments at your own pace. With their convenient time-based itineraries, these tours are the perfect way to see this fascinating country. Egypt is a country that connects northeast Africa with the Middle East. Its ancient monuments sit along the fertile Nile River Valley and date back to the time of the pharaohs. Visitors can see the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, Karnak Temple and Valley of the Kings tombs. In addition to the monuments, Cairo is home to Ottoman landmarks such as the Egyptian Museum and the Muhammad Ali Mosque.

A typical On the Go Tours in Egypt includes airfare, most meals, and activities. If you opt for an extended tour, you can visit Alexandria. On the Go Tours also offer a trip to Abu Simbel by road, so you can avoid the crowds there. It takes approximately three hours to drive from Cairo to Abu Simbel, so you will not be rushed through the sites. This is the best way to get to Abu Simbel without the hassle of trying to fit in too many tourist attractions.

Memphis Tours

The city of Memphis was a very important ancient Egyptian city that reigned over the whole of Egypt thousands of years ago. Before Cairo was founded in 969 B.C., it was the capital of Upper and Lower Egypt. Menes, a quasi-mythical pharaoh, founded Memphis in 2925 B.C., making it the first imperial city on earth. While in Egypt, you can visit the Temple of Ptah, a pyramid that once guarded by a giant alabaster sphinx.

This cosmopolitan city was the primary residence of the pharaohs and was also the seat of the northern vizier and the high priest of the state god Ptah. Unfortunately, the city is not very well preserved. It was a very multicultural city, with inhabitants from many different nations and languages, including the Hyksos, the Carians, the Greeks and even the Persians. It also had schools of art, the principal dockyards, and the Great Tribunal.