Start your private tour with your own Egyptologist guide to Giza plateau. Once you enter the area, you will be able to go very close to the Great Pyramid of Cheops, staring at that massive structure, you will realize that your dream of visiting the only surviving wonder of the ancient world came true. Your guide will provide you with full history of those 4600 years old tombs, giving you enough time to take as many photos as you wish. You may like to enter the burial chamber of one of the pyramids (optional).
Passing through the pyramids of Chephren and Menkaure,you will stop at the area of the panorama where you can take some photos of all the pyramids together.In that part of the Sahara Desert area, you will have the chance to ride a camel, take nice shots and have a lot of fun(optional).Then, you may like to visit the sun boat museum (optional).A short drive, you will find yourself at the feet of the fascinating statue of the sphinx.The largest monolith sculpture in Ancient Egypt. This mysterious monument was carved to symbolize the pharaoh’s power and wisdom.On the way to the museum, you will stop at the papyrus institute to see how this ancient genuine paper was produced in the old times.
Your next stop will be the Egyptian museum.This museum (opened in 1901) has the largest collection of artifacts in the world.The visit to this museum is a must.With your guide,you will find yourself diving in a sea of 165,000 artifacts and antiquities.Your guide will explain and show you the highlights and most important of all the pieces. Mainly, the treasures of the young pharaoh Tut Ankh Amun,his golden mask and coffins and the contents of his intact tomb.You will enjoy looking at the fantastic sculptures, sarcophagi, jewelry and papyrus scrolls that date back to different eras.You will have the chance to see the royal mummies of the great pharaohs (optional).You can have free time to browse the museum yourself after the guided part.Then,you will be taken back to your hotel.