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  • donjetakk
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was one of the best trips of our life!!! We saw so much and also saw Kairo from another perspective and not only touristic places. Fahmi was a really cool guy who told us much about the people, the life, and the city there
    Written 16 April 2024
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  • Sam
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic trip, really enjoyable and nana makes it’s very easy to understand as well as giving you time to explore on your own after giving you some interesting facts about what you are seeing. We couldn’t have asked for a better guide to take us on our tour. Such and incredible experience. Thank you!
    Written 17 April 2024
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  • tanabanana87
    White Rock, Canada24 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This trip is amazing. Expect to pay extra to enter the pyramid, camel ride, and Nile River tour but all are worth it.

    Be warned that they fully pack the buses so there is little chance of sleep. If you are one of the first to be picked up be warned that it takes 2-2.5 hours to pick up other passengers and leave towards Cairo. In hindsight I would do a small tour.
    Written 21 March 2024
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  • Merve B
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Everything was good , thank you for everything especially Amr. Additionaly it will be good if some drinks will be without sugar🙏
    Written 7 April 2024
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  • Jivikk
    Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Trip from our hotel in El Qoseir, my teenage daughter and I were picked up by a private taxi and joined 3 other passengers in Port Safaga in a minibus. Everything was very well organized - many thanks to Asmaa who answered right away to all my questions by whatsapp right from the beginning when I booked from Switzerland. Thanks to Hesham also. They found a French speaking guide in Luxor just for us at no extra cost. All went very well and we were able to see all the sites exactly as planned and this for an ubeatable price. Many thanks for this effort as it was very hot and during Ramadan, not easy for all the people who made this trip possible. Ever so grateful to have been able to visit Luxor!
    Written 15 April 2024
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  • Duncan S
    6 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    What a great day of different experiences. Picked up by jeep and taken to the area where the activities would take place. We had about 40 mins on the quad and about 30 mins in the ATV. We were offered the loan of goggles which we got for the children at $3 each from our tour guide (we heard another group say they went to the shop themself and paid $2). Our tour guide owed us $1 change but after reminding him, he seemed to 'forget'. Felt like he knew he was going to keep. After the 2 actvities we drove by jeep to the bedouin camp and had about 2 mins on a camel (take a bit if change to tip). We then were showed around, there are toilets and a shop for drinks. We also tried some local tea. The jeep ride across the desert was mental (fast, dusty) but fun. Our 3 children enjoyed it. Back at the main area, we sat down for the food which was pleasant and watched a show which lasted around 30mins. The programme says bottled water, tea and/or coffee was included. This was 1 bottle of water, a small cup of local tea but no coffee offered. Take your own water with you as you will need it.
    Written 13 April 2024
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  • Donawan D
    Kingston, Canada1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    we had the best day exploring Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, Saqqara and Memphis. A private tour is definitely the best way to explore these sites for the first time and get the most out of your experience with a knowledgeable guide. We had Ahmed Zaki and He was absolutely amazing. Incredibly knowledgeable, professional and fun to be around. We felt comfortable and secure having hes around to guide us. Request Ahmed Zaki when you book, you won’t be disappointed!!!!
    Written 23 March 2024
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  • sophie5858
    Halifax, UK1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Absolutely AMAZING!! The jeep ride was fun we were with 6 other people that were strangers and got on soo well! I booked this for my husbands birthday and honestly it was amazing it was sooo relaxing and just left speechless . They let us pray and was optional if we wanted to go on camel or not. They were sooo insightful with their knowledge on stars. A lot of humour and you can also choose to do it private as there was another couple with a newborn the woman was breastfeeding and they were sooo supportive and inclusive but they also had a private area for them it was amazing honestly and their camera man was sooo good gave us like 100 pictures for 20 quid! Really good pictures I highly recommend this. We had shisha, watched the sunset had a camel ride, saw the village and had such an amazing time, Alhamdulilah I couldn’t recommend this enough.
    Written 17 April 2024
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  • Jdc
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great experience… Cairo is such a vibrant city to visit … the private tour guide really tailor made the program to our likes … highly recommended tour agency and trustworthy Manager
    Written 13 January 2024
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  • Abdullah Al Bashar
    Dhaka City, Bangladesh1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It's amazing for everything like the services and also the staff.Security is also very good.My tour guide is very friendly
    Written 17 April 2024
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  • Axel M
    Milan, Italy3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Incredible day! Amazing team and great value! My wife had the chance to swim with six dolphins as she is a pretty good swimmer. Thanks for all
    Written 11 April 2024
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  • gareth james rees
    Liphook, UK21 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was a good trip well organised. We are a family of 4 with two kids aged 13 and 9. It was a long and very tiring day – but well worth it.

    Ahmed our guide was a walking encyclopaedia. Very knowledgeable and an all round good guy. Ahmed gets a 10/10.

    We travelled from Hurghada and it we were met at the hotel and driven to the airport after collecting the other travellers on the tour who were from a range of different nationalities. A few Brits ,French and Germans and some Russian people who were very Russian. It took half an hour to complete all the pick ups and if there would have been an option to go directly to the airport in a taxi I would have taken it rather than go through the ballache of collecting people at 3.30am. Then straight onto the plane and then an hour journey to Cairo. Once you were up, you were making your descant into Cairo.

    We were met at the airport by Ahmed. All of the travellers on the tour were then split into nationalities so that they had their own tour guide who was speaking your language for the entire tour. So – good news for us is we didn’t have to share with any vodka drinking nation who wanted to invade our bit of the mini bus. We are a family of 4 and and we got straight into the mini bus with another Brit, the smashing Craig from Derby. First stop was a stop in a petrol station/coffee shop for some very cheap coffee and some pastry. Then we went for a walk around Cairo old town and the old walled city. We were walking around at 7.30am to 8.30am so it was very quiet, and we were able to see everything without being hassled. The place looks like the street scenes in Aladdin. There were though quite a lot of street dogs and my 9 year old loves dogs and she got a bit upset at seeing dogs fending for themselves.

    From there we were off for a 30 minute short boat trip on the Nile which was nice. The boat was quite small and could maybe hold 20 people or so. The weather was lovely so we just sat and looked out at the water. Now. If I have a suggestion to the organisers it would be this. Get a bigger boat. Lets spend an hour on the boat and lets have breakfast of pastry, croissant and pastry on the boat. We have to stop for breakfast so why aren’t you making money off of us on the beautiful Nile river?

    From there we went to the Egyptian National Museum for a mid morning tour of the museum with Ahmed. We saw Tutankhamun, Rameses and all of the Pharoah statues that the British haven’t stolen (!) and had a real history lesson off of Ahmed. After a 3am start this proved a bit much for my kids as my 13 year old just wanted to sit down and I ended up carrying my 9 year old for 30 minutes whilst she fell asleep on me. It was great. And Ahmed was great. But it was strictly for adults. After this we went to the Papyrus shop for some history on how papyrus was made and we bought a hand made papyrus with hieroglyphics of the kids for them both. Beware the papyrus isn’t cheap. It cost us £100 for two hand made papyrus.

    Then we went for lunch which is included in the price we paid. It was called the Tasty Place! The food was good. It was roast chicken on the bone, potatoes, rice, beef stew – all very nice. Very Egyptian. But not a lot that was kid friendly. My kids are terrible eaters and wouldn’t have any of it. To play safe with them I need a restaurant that offers Pizza, a burger or fries. I spoke to Ahmed and Ahmed organised two plates of fries for the kids that I paid extra for. You also have to pay for your drinks at lunch. Buffet is included everything outside the buffet you have to pay for.

    Following lunch it was a short drive to the Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza. The Pyramids are big. Very big. Much bigger than I thought they would be. You can go inside and we were warned by Ahmed that once inside it is small and claustrophobic. It’s a steep walk up some narrow steps to the entrance to the inside chamber. The kids said that they wanted to do it and we paid £100 to all go but after seeing the first flight of steps/ladder when we were inside they both wanted to be taken back out. It was also very hot and stuffy inside. If you have asthma it’s a real no no. Craig our Brit travelling companion did make it inside to the chamber. It took him 25 minutes in and out and he said there is a rabbit hole that you have try and climb through to make it into the final chamber – so I would say this is only for the truly committed traveller. After we got out we carefully made our way down the big steps and then just had a walk around the pyramid.

    You are in Egypt so you have to be prepared for ‘Egyptian Customer Service’. Around the Pyramids there are a street stalls without prices where you are going to have to barter for everything that you want. The Egyptians only really want foreign currency as the Egyptain Pound is so volatile. So my advice is take a lot of cash in small denominations. If you were with a tour guide go with there advice and don’t engage with the guys trying to sell you stuff. If you’re not with a tour guide then good luck! After the Pyramid we went on a Horse ride or a Camel ride. I read some negative comments about the guys who are doing the horse and camel ride and all I can say is that our experience was a good one. The guys were friendly the horse ride was a bit bumpy but 30 minutes of good fun and the pictures that we took from the ridge over looking the Pyramids are pretty fantastic.

    Following the Pyramids we then went and had a look at the Sphinx. Which is not as big as the Pyramids but still well over 70m and quite beautiful.

    Then we were pretty much done. That was around 4pm and our flight back to Hurghada wasn’t until 8pm so there was a fair bit of hanging around until the flight.

    What is striking about the Pyramids is how disorganised it is compared to anything in the US or in Western Europe. The Egyptians have big plans Ahmed told me for a new museum and visitors centre at Giza but right now it looks like it’s been organised by a few lads from the local bar.

    If the Pyramids were in Florida you would have a whole host of highly trained customer service smiling and looking after you with Pharoas in costumes, a visitors centre, a movie show, a theatre show and fast food all around the Pyramids with the shops and things to buy.

    In Egypt you have an entrance in with some street stalls and a bit of rope and some big steps to climb to get into a Pyramid. There is the Pyramids and the Sphinx at Giza and then a vast area of what looks like desert all around it. And that’s it.

    Also, there was some fairly hilarious Egyptian customer service. On the way into the Pyramids the ticket guy said where is your daughters ticket. I called to Ahmed who said to the guy here’s the ticket on his phone. To which the guy replied ‘Where is the ticket!’ to which Ahmed replied ‘Here on my phone!’ this back and forth went on increasing in volume for a full two or three minutes before the ticket guy backed down.

    Now all this stuff is cultural. I understand that. But my little girl was like why are they fighting!

    I think someone needs to tell the Egyptians they are literally sitting on a goldmine with the natural wonders that they have. But they’re going to need to get their people to do the best customer service course in history. Or get in partnership with Disney or Universal to mine that gold.

    Btw I’m available to run Customer Service courses if you’re reading Egyptian Tourist Board. gareth@reesuktraining.com

    Slight moan: You get whatsap’d by the organisers and FTS messed up our initial travel date. We were meant to go mid way through the holiday but we ended up going at the end of the holiday. So hassle those guys and make sure they have got your date and flights all sorted.
    Written 11 April 2024
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  • Harry H
    9 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Our trip today was incredible. My partner and I cannot recommend booking with this company more. It was a very reasonable price. The initial entry point was a little sketchy, and you need to have some cash to pay for entry to orange island but all was fine. We had two snorkel spots, and there was lots of support for beginners or those nervous, and for those with more experience. Our instructor Mansour supported us to dive deep, point out fish and make the experience unforgettable. Each dive was 15-30 minutes where everyone had a full turn. From there we had lunch which was easy and yummy. We went to orange island which was perfect to relax and splash around. Everything is very expensive there so be prepared with cash or just have a nap instead. From there we went back, played some tunes and had turns on the banana boat if wanted and then finished up. There was an option to buy video footage from the day, as lots of the activities were filmed if wanted. BYO beers if you want. Bring lots of sunscreen and water. An incredible, exciting day, great value for money. Eslam was also incredible.
    Written 17 March 2024
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  • yasmin A
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was an incredible experience, everything was top-notch, I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. The Bedouin village was enchanting, and the locals were welcoming and hospitable. I look forward to reliving this experience when I visit Egypt again. Much appreciation to the warm and friendly staff and their reasonable prices💞💞
    Written 17 April 2024
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