Cairo Photo Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    08:00 AM
  • Return Details :
    • Dress code is smart casual • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Cairo photo tour is a new tour for all lovers for photography
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Cairo photo tour is one of the fast tours in Cairo, meet our guide ( professional photographer) in the hotel or Cairo airport who will take you on the tour to Giza pyramids which are the best pyramids we have them in Egypt then you will head to see Sphinx the largest statue in the history then heading to papyrus museum to see the best stories where the ancient people they made the first paper  in  Egyptian  the history.you will cross the Nile river in Cairo by car to take pictures for the best views. then going to Cairo tower then heading to Egyptian museum  then going to the khan el khaili market to see the old mosques in Cairo.

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Cairo photo tour is one of the fast tours in Cairo, meet our guide ( professional photographer) in the hotel or Cairo airport who will take you on the tour to Giza pyramids which are the best pyramids we have them in Egypt then you will head to see Sphinx the largest statue in the history then heading to papyrus museum to see the best stories where the ancient people they made the first paper  in  Egyptian  the history.you will cross the Nile river in Cairo by car to take pictures for the best views. then going to Cairo tower then heading to Egyptian museum  then going to the khan el khaili market to see the old mosques in Cairo.

Inclusions

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Bottled water
  • Private tour
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Lunch
  • Professional photographer guide
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan

Exclusions

  • Gratuities

Additional Info

Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Dress code is smart casual

Comfortable walking shoes are recommended

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Infant meals not included

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required

Face masks required for travellers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Face masks provided for travellers

Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitised between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival

Traveler Reviews

  • 30-Jul-2022

    Mary and DooDoo were wonderful great educational tour..haa a blast too. Mary was very informative and Dio drive very well.

  • 17-Oct-2019

    Por error mi pago resultó para dos personas cuando era yo solo. Busqué reclamar sin éxito. La guía no se presentó. Espero reembolso.

  • 29-Jul-2019

    Booked this trip billed as a Photography Tour of Cairo when I visited on a short weekend trip.

    I last visited Cairo over 25 years ago, before I developed any photography skills, and wanted to revisit and retake some of the photos with an improved skillset and more experienced eye.

    Ahmed Kamel was my guide, along with his driver Yusuf. Ahmed contacted me the day prior via WhatsApp to work out the arrangements, and ensure I was aware of what the tour would cover. Since I was traveling solo, we had a bit of flexibility, but ultimately, we stuck to the basics.

    Ahmed met up with me at my hotel exactly at the time agreed upon, and we headed first to the Pyramids. An experienced Guide with 6 years of education (4 year degree and 2 years post-graduate certificate in Egyptology and hospitality) and over a dozen years of guiding countless clients, Ahmed was an expert. His knowledge of Egyptian history and ability to keep the myriad dynasties straight was nothing short of amazing. I've a passing knowledge of the country's history myself, and learned a lot more from our travels that day. He even graciously entertained a discussion of some of the more 'fringe' theories that Americans like to speculate upon (i.e., ancient aliens), while steadfastly maintaining the more reasonable and likely scenario of sand ramps and manual labour.

    Following the Giza plateau, Yusuf skillfully navigated us downtown where we spent a couple of hours wandering the phenomenal Egyptian Museum. A new museum next to the Pyramids is under construction, and from the size of it, it will be as grand as the Pyramids themselves. It is ENORMOUS, and will eventually supplant the classic. However, the classic Egyptian museum is still the treasure trove of priceless antiquities as ever. Walking that is to have another amazing artifact at every step. Unfortunately, you're no longer allowed to take photos of King Tut's loot, and a photo permit is 50LE (but well worth it). The royal mummies are also not to be missed. Incredible to be in the presence of Ramses II again. And the building itself is a monument. Don't miss it.

    Following the museum, we went to eat Khoshary at a local restaurant in just a normal, non-touristy part of town. The noodles, lentils and chickpea dish was delicious, and a first for me. I spent a year in the country decades ago, and somehow never had this. Now that I've experienced it, I regret the omission.

    Great tour...book it! See my more detailed review on Tripadvisor!

  • 29-Jul-2019

    Booked this trip billed as a Photography Tour of Cairo when I visited on a short weekend trip. I last visited Cairo over 25 years ago, before I developed any photography skills, and wanted to revisit and retake some of the photos with an improved skillset and more experienced eye. Ahmed Kamel was my guide, along with his driver Yusuf. Ahmed contacted me the day prior via WhatsApp to work out the arrangements, and ensure I was aware of what the tour would cover. Since I was traveling solo, we had a bit of flexibility, but ultimately, we stuck to the basics. Ahmed met up with me at my hotel exactly at the time agreed upon, and we headed first to the Pyramids. An experienced Guide with 6 years of education (4 year degree and 2 years post-graduate certificate in Egyptology and hospitality) and over a dozen years of guiding countless clients, Ahmed was an expert. His knowledge of Egyptian history and ability to keep the myriad dynasties straight was nothing short of amazing. I've a passing knowledge of the country's history myself, and learned a lot more from our travels that day. He even graciously entertained a discussion of some of the more 'fringe' theories that Americans like to speculate upon (i.e., ancient aliens), while steadfastly maintaining the more reasonable and likely scenario of sand ramps and manual labour. Following the Giza plateau, Yusuf skillfully navigated us downtown where we spent a couple of hours wandering the phenomenal Egyptian Museum. A new museum next to the Pyramids is under construction, and from the size of it, it will be as grand as the Pyramids themselves. It is ENORMOUS, and will eventually supplant the classic. However, the classic Egyptian museum is still the treasure trove of priceless antiquities as ever. Walking that is to have another amazing artifact at every step. Unfortunately, you're no longer allowed to take photos of King Tut's loot, and a photo permit is 50LE (but well worth it). The royal mummies are also not to be missed. Incredible to be in the presence of Ramses II again. And the building itself is a monument. Don't miss it. Following the museum, we went to eat Khoshary at a local restaurant in just a normal, non-touristy part of town. The noodles, lentils and chickpea dish was delicious, and a first for me. I spent a year in the country decades ago, and somehow never had this. Now that I've experienced it, I regret the omission. Great tour...book it! See my more detailed review on Tripadvisor!

  • 31-Mar-2018

    Fatma was an incredible hostess, she gave a detailed tour and is especially handy with the camera! I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who is interested in covering all that Cairo and Giza have to offer!!

  • 30-Mar-2018

    Fatma was an incredible hostess, she gave a detailed tour and is especially handy with the camera! I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who is interested in covering all that Cairo and Giza have to offer!!