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Discover The Hidden Gems Of Sakkara Tour

Discover The Hidden Gems Of Sakkara Tour Packages
Country: Egypt
City: Sakkara
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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Sakkara Necropolises is considered an open book for ancient Egyptian history Sakkara it was used as a burial place from the early Dynastic period and then became the main Burial place for the old kingdom and it was used throughout ancient history till the Greco-Roman time. Visit Sakkara tombs & Pyramids with a professional guide on a full-day tour to discover the biggest number of tombs and Pyramids in a One-day tour.

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During this day tour in Sakkara, you’ll be able to visit

Step Pyramids of King Zoser

The Pyramid of King Unas

The Pyramid of King Titi

The Imhotep Museum

Famous Tombs in Sakkara

1- Tomb of Ti fifth Dynasty

2- The Mastaba of Kagemni

3- The Tomb of Ankh Mahor (the Physicians tomb)

This Trip Includes:

Private Egyptologist guide.
Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites.
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
Pick up services from your hotel & return.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Bottled water during your day trip.

This Trip Excludes:

Tipping for guide & driver
Any Extra not mentioned

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Explore More About Sakkara:

Saqqara, also spelled Sakkara or Saccara in English, is an Egyptian village in Giza Governorate, that contains ancient burial grounds of Egyptian royalty, serving as the necropolis for the ancient Egyptian capital, Memphis.

Aside from being home to Egypt's oldest pyramid, Saqqara is the largest archaeological site in the country. Nobles were laid to rest here over a period of around 3500 years, particularly when nearby Memphis was the capital city, and the enormous ancient burial ground is littered with other smaller pyramids, tombs, and funerary complexes.

Step Pyramid of Djoser

Built by Imhotep - one of the first recognized architects in history - during the reign of Pharaoh Djoser around 2630 BCE, the Step Pyramid was the central feature of the Third Dynasty ruler's funerary complex, which also includes an impressive hypostyle entry hall.

Over 200 feet (60 m) tall, with a base of 358 feet by 397 feet (109 m by 121 m), the step pyramid was the Egyptian's first successful attempt to build a pyramid and is one of the world's oldest monumental cut stone structures.

Djoser's Pyramid is essential both as a feat of engineering in itself and for paving the way to the construction of the "true pyramids" of Giza and the rest of Egypt.

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