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Day Trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by Bus

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Tour Details

  • Duration1 Day
  • AvailabilityEveryday
  • Pickup & Drop off PointYour Hotel in Cario
  • Tour TypeHistorical Tour

Beautiful Day Trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by Bus

Enjoy the best attractions of the capital of Egypt in a private day trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by bus to visit the Giza Pyramids, the Sphinx & the Egyptian Museum, then catch the 1st class bus to Sharm El Sheikh and transfer to your hotel. Don’t miss the chance and enjoy with us now!

Tour Includes

  • Pick Up Services From Your Hotel In Sharm And Return.
  • Bus Tickets From Sharm El Sheikh To Cairo And From Cairo To Sharm El Sheikh.
  • All Transfers By A Private Air-Conditioned Vehicle.
  • Private Egyptologist Tour Guide.
  • Entrance Fees To All The Mentioned Sites.
  • Mineral Water On Board The Vehicle During The Tour.
  • Lunch Meal At Local Restaurant In Cairo.
  • Shopping Tours In Cairo.
  • All Service Charges & Taxes.

Tour Excludes

  • Tipping.
  • Any Extras Not Mentioned In The Itinerary.

Tour Highlights

City Things You Will Do
Cairo Visit: Giza Pyramids – The Sphinx – The Valley Temple – The Egyptian Museum

Tour Itinerary

ItineraryDay Trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by Bus

In the morning, after having your breakfast, you can live the adventure during a day trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by bus, where you will take a first-class bus from Hurghada station to Cairo. Upon arrival, you will escort your tour guide and ride A/C car to start your Cairo tours from Sharm El Sheikh by visiting:

Giza Pyramids Complex

Giza pyramids are considered among the most important tourist attractions in the world. It is located in Cairo on the Giza plateau on the west bank of the Nile River, built about 25 century BC and includes three pyramids, Khufu, Khafre and Menqra. They are royal tombs, each bearing the name of the king who built it.

Afterward, proceed with your day trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by exploring:

The Magical Sphinx

The Great Sphinx is a statue of a mythical creature with the body of a lion and a human head. The oldest known large sculpture, it’s about 73.5 m long, 6 m wide and 20.22 m high. Then, move to finish your tour at Giza Plateau by visiting:

The Valley Temple

The Valley temple was built of huge blocks of stone, that was lined with finer blocks. It was used for the purification of the mummy of the king before its burial.

And now it’s time for a meal, enjoy having your lunch at a Nile view restaurant in Cairo.

Then, your tour guide will transfer you to end your day trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Cairo by bus through heading to visit:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum, which is one of the largest and most famous international museums, located in the center of the Egyptian capital, in Cairo at the north of Tahrir Square. The museum is one of the first established museums in the world and has been built to be a museum that contains more than 150 thousand archaeological artifacts, many statues, mummies, and other wonderful antiques.

Finally, your private tour guide who will transfer you to Cairo bus station to catch your 1st bus to Sharm El Sheikh, Upon your arrival to Sharm, our representative will transfer you by a private car to your hotel.

Note: If you didn’t find what you are looking for, then check your Sharm El Sheikh tours and choose your best trip.

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What to Bring for This Tour

  • Hat.
  • Camera.
  • Comfortable shoes.
  • Sunblock & Sunglasses.
  • Warm clothes in winter.
  • Cotton clothes in summer.

Note: Check our blog about what to pack for Egypt.

Privacy & Policy

Our Tour Guides
All of our tour guides are the finest group of professional Egyptologists with academic and vocational qualifications who gained positive reviews and recommendations about the majority of our valuable guests which you can check on TripAdvisor and explore their experience through their comments. We have the best operating & guiding team in each city who dedicates all their skills to make your dream vacation in the Land of Pharaohs a reality.
Vehicles Used
All of our vehicles are air-conditioned and handled by a professional driver. We pick the most suitable modern vehicles during all of our tours with different sizes and shapes which depend on the number of travelers and the type of the tour. All our vehicles are in the process of continuous updating to live to the highest expectations.
Payment Policy

Day Tours: 25% is required as a deposit by credit card, Western Union or Wire Bank Transfer.

Methods of Payment: The company accepts all kinds of secure payment methods such as Visa, Master Card, Direct Bank Transfer, PayPal, Western Union and we can provide you with the details about each one of them if ever needed.

Note: Please inquire for the current pricing over Christmas, New Year, Easter, and 2020 Holidays to get the best possible rate.

Children Policy
0-01.99 Free of entire Charge for all tours.
0 – 05.99 free of entire Charge (For the tours that doesn’t require domestic flight tickets)
2 – 5.99 pay 25% of the entire tour price (For the tours that require domestic flight tickets)
6 – 11.99 pay 50% of the entire tour price
12+ pay full tour price as a per adult person
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Karen Petty

Couple Traveller

Ask for El Shemi! He was amazing, very knowledgeable, patient, and went above and beyond to ensure we had an amazing time. he gave us incredible advise on things to see, things to avoid. Highly recommend, definitely ask for El Shemi!

December 30, 2018