Cairo Midnight Express
- Price from:
- 210 USD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Eilat Hotels
- Location Finish:
- Start time:
- 12.00 am
- End time:
- 10.30 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 06/17/2009
A 24 hour overland tour, across the Sinai Desert, under the Suez Canal & into Cairo. Suitable for those who can not permit themselves more time in Cairo ! Be prepared for an adventure !
The Cairo Midnight Express - 24 Hours Tour, is suitable for those who can not permit themselves more time in Cairo & for those with great will power, as these are very tiring 24 hours, 12 of which are spent over the round trip traveling in a car â¦ One can only comfort oneself knowing it took Moses a lot more than 6 hours to cross the Sinai Desert !
Ready for an adventure?
Cairo Tour departs from Eilat(Israel)via Taba Border, travels across the Sinai Desert, under the Suez Canal & into Cairo. In Cairo, following a short breakfast break by the Nile River, guided tour begins at the Egyptian Museum, on to the Pyramids, the Sphinx & ends at the colorful Khan El Khalil Bazaar. A lunch break is incorporated between visits to sites. Late afternoon begin the journey back to Taba.
- Inclusions -
- Meals: Breakfast & lunch
- Exclusions -
- Border taxes (Israel & Egypt)
- Extras -
- Passport must be valid minimum 6 months ahead
Certain nationalities are require to pre-arrange entry visa at country of origin
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Email the tour operator - Cairo Midnight Express
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