Experience the richness of Cairo's Islamic heritage and explore its architectural wonders and religious landmarks. Visit the renowned sites Sultan Hassan Mosque, El Rifai Mosque, Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque, and the Gayer Anderson Museum.

4 Hours Available on request Cairo
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  • Sultan Hassan Mosque
  • El Rifai Mosque
  • Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque
  • Gayer Anderson Museum

Your adventure begins with a hotel pickup from your accommodation in Cairo. From there, you'll go on a private guided tour to the Sultan Hassan Mosque, a stunning example of ancient Islamic architecture that reflects the city's impressive history. Your tour continues with a visit to the El Rifai Mosque, which holds a history of religious importance. Then, you'll explore the Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque, one of Egypt's oldest and most beautiful mosques. Finally, you'll visit the Gayer Anderson Museum, located near the Ibn Tulun Mosque in a remarkable old mansion. Here, you'll have the opportunity to see ancient art, artifacts, and antiquities that offer a glimpse into Cairo's vibrant past. After your tour, you'll be taken back to your accommodation in Cairo.


What is included in the tour

  • All transfers mentioned in the itinerary in a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Private local English-speaking tour guide
  • Entrance fees for all the activities mentioned in the itinerary

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Meals
  • Beverages
  • Optional activities
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping
Pickup point
Mosque-Madrasa of Sultan Hassan, El-Darb El-Ahmar, El Khalifa, Egypt View on Map

We provide private cars for groups of up to 3 people, Hiace buses for groups of up to 10, and Coaster buses for groups of up to 19. 


Visa requirements depend on your nationality.


In Egypt, the power supply is Type C and F, with a standard voltage of 220V and a frequency of 50Hz.


You can expect a reliable network connection throughout the trip.

Packing List
  • Comfortable Clothing
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Sun Protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)
  • Camera (if available)
  • Power Bank (if available)
  • Water Bottle
  • Electrolytes (if available)
  • Snacks (nuts, energy bars, fruit)

Tipping is an expected, though not compulsory, component of your tour program. While it's not mandatory, it's customary to tip around $5 per day per person for drivers. For other service providers, the amount is at your discretion, but an average of $5 USD is typical.

Remember, tipping directly benefits the local community. Although it may not be customary for you, it is an important source of income for those in the tourism industry. Giving a tip should be a seen as a formal 'thank you', and the action should in no way be awkward.


Does the mentioned duration of the trip include the transfer time from the hotel to the sights? Yes, it is an estimate of how long it would take to drive from the hotel to the sights, have a private guided tour, and drive back to the hotel.

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