Hurghada, Ägypten

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Nutzen Sie während Ihres Aufenthalts in Hurghada die Gelegenheit zum Besuch von Kairo auf einem Ganztagesausflug mit einem professionellen Reiseleiter. Reisen Sie nach einem frühen Start nach Kairo im klimatisierten Bus, und erkunden Sie die wichtigsten Höhepunkte. Besuchen Sie das weltberühmte Ägyptische Museum mit seinen antiken Artefakten, darunter die Schätze von Tutanchamun und die goldene Totenmaske; und, wenn Sie möchten, besuchen Sie wahlweise den unglaublichen Mumiensaal. Nach einem im Preis inbegriffenen Mittagessen geht es weiter nach Gizeh zu den großen Pyramiden und der Sphinx, dem letzten verbleibenden Weltwunder der antiken Welt, während Ihr Reiseleiter Ihnen deren Geschichte erläutert.

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J
, Dez 2018

We booked up to go to Egypt for the very first time on November. We wanted to have a day trip in Cairo. We booked the trip through Viator. We have booked through Viator before and have never been let down. We stayed in Hungharda and the bus picked us up at 2am. The bus arrived on time and there was a tour guide on the bus explaining what the plan was for the day. We had two stops on route to Cairo and we arrived at 8am. Our tour guide in Cairo was there to meet us. The guide was Mamadou or Mama for short. First stop was the museum in Cairo where we spent two hours. Our guide was incredible. He was so passionate about telling us the history of the Egyptian way if life. The museum was out of this world. After the museum we headed to the River Nile this is optional on the tour and you didnt have to do the cruise on the Nile if you didnt want to. The costt was only 200 Egyptian pounds which was a great price. We were on the Nile for around 40 minutes. We then stopped for lunch which was part of the tour and after lunch we headed over to Giza to see the incredible Pyramids and Sphynx. Our guide told us the history of the Sphynx and Pyramids. It was fascinating. We spent well over two hours here and it was breathtaking. We also had the opportunity to go inside the Mother Pyramid which I done. It was free no charge to go in. It was some experience. Our guide took us to the best spots for photographs too. When we left the Pyramids we went to a perfume shop. The shop staff gave you tea and coffee and told you all about their perfumes. There is no pressure to buy. The staff were really nice and friendly. After the perfume shop it was time to head back to our hotels. Our tour guide stopped the bus on the street and pick up some hot fresh baked bread for everyone on the bus. It was a nice touch by our guide. On the way back to Hungardha we had two stops for the drivers to take a break. We got back to our hotel 10.20pm. Yes it was a long day and yes it was well worth the money. Both myself and my Wife had a great day. As did the Brazillian and Swisss couple and Phillipino family. Its a day that we will never forget Ramashka tours we salute you and your wonderful magical, mystikal, country. For the record Cairo is safe as is Egypt. The people are wonderful. Well done Ramashka tours you have made a Scottish couple very happy indeed. We are now looking at coming back soon and booking another tour with you. 5 stars all round what a day and what an experience.

L
, Dez 2018

what a fantastic trip! such good value and well worth the long journey from our resort. excellent guide and driver so helpful and knowledgeable. overwhelmed by it all.

J
, Nov 2018

What can I say....a very long day but worth it. Started with a hotel pick up at around 2am drive to Cairo was long but you did get to see lots of the desert. We did stop for toilet breaks and food.Cairo itself was a crazy place I'm really pleased I was not driving....mad mad drivers but an experience. Cairo museum was amazing. Lots to see. The mummy room is worth paying extra for !!Out guide Mamma was very knowledgeable and showed us the best bits then left us to our own devices but was always there for help and answers. We then went on an optional trip up the Nile.....got to be done just to say you did it. Then lunch before headding to the pyramids. Out guide Mamma took us around although we did have an option to wander yourself we descided as a group to stay with the guide he fended off the hundreds of sellers and kept you safe. We got to see lots of thinks and I learned a lot about the pyramids and sphinx and also got to go I side the tombe of the queen....it's free and around the corner from the grand pyramid.Great day

C
, Nov 2018

This was an exceptional trip that went way beyond expectations. The organisation was superb and everything ran like clockwork. The guide, Mamiit (Mama) was really enthusiastic and knowledgable. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend and would do again in a heartbeat. Thank you.

V
, Nov 2018

The tour to Cairo was very exciting! Our guide was interesting and gave us much history behind the things he showed us around the tour. The visite in the parfyme shop was only waste of time. Better if we could have gone to some local shops instead.

i
, Okt 2018

Long Trip but worth it the driver gave us water and cakes and a toilet stop if we asked him .the guild was very knowledgeable would recommend them .

M
, Aug 2018

A most amazing experience worth every single penny. Our tour Mamdouh and driver Mahmoud made the day even better. Not many things can get me up at 1.30am but I would have no qualms about doing the whole thing again!

The drive to Cairo takes about 6 hours but since it's during the night you can easily catch some shut-eye. In fact you get to Cairo much earlier but the driving there is crazy and it takes a long time to navigate through the streets. Thankfully our driver Mahmoud knows all the best routes to take so made the drive as short as possible. We started off by visiting the Egyptian Museum - make sure to see the Mummy Room which is an extra 100 LE but when else are you going to get the chance to come face to face with Ramesses II and Hatshepsut? We needed some extra time to tour the rest of the museum which includes Tutankhamun's Death Mask, and Mamdouh was more than accommodating, taking the rest of the group to the River Nile and then picking us up 45 minutes later. We then had lunch before continuing on to the Pyramids and the Sphinx which was a truly magical experience. The vendors can heckle you but if you politely say no thank you, la koshran or just walk away then they won't bother you. We even got the chance to go into one of the smaller pyramids. Before heading home we also got the chance to visit a perfume museum which was another great experience, with the host being extremely welcoming and of all the places we visited in Egypt this was the place where we felt least pressured to buy anything. Throughout the whole day it was extremely hot but what can one expect in August!

Overall I can truly recommend this tour to everyone. If you book well ahead then I'd recommend that you call ahead and request for Mamdouh to be your tour guide - you won't be disappointed. He gives you great detail about everything, answers all your questions and is accommodating of any requests that you may have!

K
, Jul 2018

What an amazing day. It was crazy hot but you are in Egypt - what do you expect? The day started at 12:45am and it took us roughly 7.5 hours to get there due to traffic. There are lots of stops along the way and you almost feel like you are in a convey but safety was never a concern at all during our travels. Ensure you have change for the toilets as with any where else in Egypt the are 2 Egyptians pounds and don't give change if you do not have the correct amount. We had breakfast boxes with us from our hotel, however they gave us additional snacks and water with more water throughout the day - you need it. When we arrived we had the pleasure of meeting the lovely Mama as he called. His passion for the history and culture of his beloved homeland was overwhelming sweet and heartfelt that you instantly wanted to help out where you could and drink all the information he had to share. He had some great tips on how to spend our time and save our money in the Egyptian museum which holds more artefacts and learnt so much that time just flew by. We saw the amazing King Tut's mask and treasures, the mummy room and all things that we have heard so much about through school, movies or tales that we will never forget only bad thing was the toilets - oh.my.god. Do not use these unless you ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO. The new museum when it opens will be a site to behold largest in the world. We skipped the Nile cruise we'd done it before and went straight to lunch. Being a vegetarian I struggled a bit through out my whole time in Egypt but luckily I discovered their bread which is the best I have ever had think I may be having withdrawals. Mama actually got us some before saying good bye which was such a nice surprise and above and beyond gesture along with some more water. We got to spend some time waiting for the others with Mama and he spoke and shared some stories about modern Egypt that will stay with us forever including our children who said Mama is the best tour guide they have ever had. If I can in anyway encourage people to visit Egypt I would - the country is beautiful, the people lovely and this history mind blowing. When we saw the pyramids over the buildings we are all cried out in shock - they are huge and offset against the dessert. I have heard stories of how the pyramids are surrounded by shops and fast food. These buildings are there, but on the other side of the road and the view of the pyramids has nothing but desert behind it. Tourism is low and there were not many vendors, but when they did head our direction Mama kept them away. A couple wanted to get something in particular and he made sure they were looked after. We were given instructions on how to avoid getting into 'sticky situations' but this did diminish such a wonderful experience. He had the best for pictures sorted, was more than happy to take the snaps, showed us sites that you would never know where important unless you had someone with his amount of knowledge. Don't get me wrong, it is a hard day. You are exhausted, the heat is likely nothing you can possibly imaging and we are used to high temperatures being Aussies but when you see the things that we saw you don't even care. The sphinx was beautiful and we have photos to prove it, however photos will never do it justice - YOU MUST GO AND SEE IT FOR YOURSELF. The only thing I would if I was to go again would be the night show - definitely still on the bucket list. The perfume place was pretty cool, they gave us tea and more t water seriously we have never drunk so much water and it was great to just sit down on a comfortable lounge and learn about some more of Egyptian hidden treasures. We may have paid more for our perfume but we bought it in comfort and I only hope that Mama got compensated well for it. Thank you to everyone involved, you have a fantastic team and we highly recommend this trip to anyone.

M
, Jul 2018

Vi bokade en tur till Kairo och Giza för att se pyramiderna. Med svensk tolk. Ett par dagar innan ändrades det till en tolk som pratade engelska. Det fanns ingen svensk tolk. Ok... Tolken var mycket kunnig, hjälpsam och trevlig, men hans brytning gjorde att jag inte förstod många ord. Tyvärr. Ändå var det en givande resa som jag inte ångrar.

l
, Jul 2018

In short: Felt rushed and many unanswered questions.
Details: More or less 5-6 hours in the small van there, and another 5-6 hours back. The guide Yaya was OK, he often didn't speak loud enough for all of us to hear in loud places. When I asked him questions he seemed to not want to answer, maybe he didn't know the answers to the simple questions about Egypt and what we were seeing, or maybe he couldn't be bothered. Nonetheless, the whole trip seemed quite rushed. For example, we spent more time doing nothing in a perfume shop listening to a lecture about smells than the time we spent looking at the pyramids! And I'm sorry, but after 5-6 hours or more of driving it just seems illogical, not to mention the pyramids were my dream to visit. Like other trips of this kind, there are always extras to choose from, which waste more time. We never visited the smaller pyramid free to enter as promised, instead because we were the only two to choose pay to visit the great pyramid he hurried us inside and out so that the rest could go on a paid camel trip 3 times more expensive than local rides while we waited at the bottom of the road. He kept telling us there is nothing inside the pyramids, a waste of time, a waste of time? Then why are we there? Just to look at them from a distance?


In review, the above are just a couple example, the trip was mostly like this. Maybe it was just our guide, or maybe they are all like this. However, if you go, make sure you don't listen to them if they want you to hurry your favourite bits, these are once in a lifetime experiences, so don't waste your time in perfume shops - go inside and feel the energy of these great wonders of the worlds!

Rich.


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