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In this kind of day tours includes activities & tours to non touristic sites such as tours to the places where you can find & explore the real life of the Local Egyptians People. We actually tailored this kind of Tours for Travelers whose interesting to know about other people culture and if they want to see Egypt with Local Eyes

Half Day Tour To City of the Dead in Cairo

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Our Cairo Day Tour to City of the Dead Usually Starts at 12:00 afternoon egyloveTours Expert Licensed Tour Guide will Pick You up from your hotel then you will be transferred by Private A/C Vehicle to a place near by the City Center of Cairo where the City of the Dead or ``Qaraafa, Araafa`` Located. it`s about a four mile long cemetery from northern to southern part of Cairo, Egypt. To the people of Cairo and other Egyptians, it is simply el'araafa is an Arabic Egyptian word which means "the cemetery". It is a bustling grid of tombs and mausoleums where people live and work Amongst their dead and ancestors. Many residents live here to be near their loved ones, or because they were forced from more crowded areas in Cairo and 60s immigration from countryside. In fact many came from their villages simply looking for work — a good example of rural to urban migration in an LEDC.Its foundation dates back to the Arab conquest of Egypt in 642 AD. The Arab commander, Amr ibn al As, founded the first Egyptian Arab capital, the city of Al Fustat, and established his family's graveyard at the foot of the hill al Moqattam. The other tribes buried their dead within the living quartiers. The following Arab dinasties built own political citadel northwards to the previous, founding a new graveyard every time. The Great Qarafa and the Lesser Qarafa (the commander's family cemetery) have been inhabiting since the first centuries after the conquest. Its first resident nucleus consisted of the custodians to noble graves and the staff in charge of the burial service as well as the Sufi mystics in their khawaniq (colleges). During the Fatimid Caliphate, because of their Shi'ite faith, the sovereigns supported pilgrimages to Ahl al Bayt (Prophet's family) shrines as part of their politics. These pilgrimages increased the cemetery's habitat in order to provide pligrims' needs. The following sultan, Salah el Din, in order to unify all the four capitals within a surrounding wall, included both cemeteries in an unique urban space. The next Mamluk rulers, originally freed slaves forming a military caste, founded a new graveyard named Sahara, because of its deserted environment,outside the city at its north-eastern border. It was also a place for military parades, such as tournaments and investiture ceremonies, as well as for processions, at which sultan and nobles took part during the religious celebrations. So that many of them built their palaces on the main road of the cemetery in order to assist to the spectacles. With the Ottomans (1517-1798) Egypt became just a mere province of a vaste empire with Istanbul as capital. During the following three centuries Egypt was ruled by pashas, sultan's representatives, selected Among his closest because of the importance of this country for agricultural and financial supplies. Because of the short term of the rulers' office, only few of one hundred and ten pashas who administrated Egypt, decided to build own tomb there, on the contrary of Cairenes. At the beginning of the sixteenth century an urban and heterogeneous community, populated Al Qarafa. The economic improvements affected the urban territory of Cairo with the birth of new neighbourhoods which caused a reduction in the utilization of the old cemetery. However since the funerary monuments were symbols of self-glorification for the upper classes in order to perpetuate own memory, their tombs were garlanded with gilded decorations with festoons, based on nature, flowers and fruits. The necropolis, because as a site of extraordinary concentration of awalya's tombs, Sufi colleges and madrasa, it attracted many people in search of baraka (blessing). During the following centuries Egyptian population empoverished more and more. The lower stratum of middle class collapsed and moved to other peripheral zones and the fellahin, the Egyptian peasants and farmers, emigrated to the capital. Both of them crowded the poorest fringe zones as well as the City of the Dead. The newcomers changed Al Qarafa's face from an urban district to a hybrid community of rurals and citizens. Following the 1992 earthquake many people were forced to move into family tombs thus adding to the number of people already living there. around 15:00 pm Transfer you Back to Your Hotel.     Prices: Quoted Per Person in u.s.d  
$50 *Per person

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Half Day Tour To Giza Zoo

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egyloveTours`s guide will be Pickup you from your Hotel at 10:00 am To Start your half day Tour toGiza Zoo .Giza Zoo overlook to Cairo University; it has five gates on all sides, and was built on 80 acres of land. Inside the Zoo there is over 130 species of mammals, birds and reptiles. Not to mention that most of the greenery in the Zoo is rare plants, and the gorgeous grottoes. Other than playing host to a number of animals, the Zoo also has an animal museum, an animal experimental center and an animal behavioral study institute. Not to mention that the Zoo works on saving endangered animals through breeding then relocating the animals to their original habitat.. Some of the animals you can find there are baboons, chimpanzees, lions, leopards, jackals, kangaroos, sea lions, and bears. Also many breeds of birds can be found like vultures, pelicans, cockatoos, emus, flamingos, and sacred ibises. You can also find reptiles such as crocodiles, alligators, and cobras In 2010, the Zoo had new arrivals, three orangutans (Teetee, Fatouta, Bangu), Bonnet Macaques, Rhesus Macaque, Pigtail Macaque, and Patas monkey. Also, baby animals were born this year including a beautiful American black bear named Lola. Theres also the touching story of Muzas survival. She is a beautiful chimp, who arrived to the Zoo in April 2010 exhausted and with several tumors. A team of the Zoo vets took good care of her, and successfully removed the two tumors from her neck and chest To have a nice day at the Zoo with the animals, you have to come prepared. My first piece of advice is to keep an open mind and stay positive; just like anywhere else in Cairo youre bound to get some "compliments" thrown your way. At least thats how I choose to look at them, so if someone yells at you saying "beautiful", "sexy" or anything similar try to pay no attention and just take it as a compliment. Second piece of advice would be power in number; almost everything is more fun with other people to enjoy it with you, so make sure when you visit theGiza Zoo theres someone else to walk its long streets with you. In this case, its not just more fun its helpful. A happy bladder makes for a happy day, the honest truth is the facilities there are not that clean, but dont let that discourage you from enjoying a day at the Zoo. It takes approximately two to three hours to get around the Zoo, just make sure you dont need to use the facilities while you are there. The best time to visit would be in the early morning between the months of October and January (Never go on a national holiday the number of people there can get overwhelming). Its much less crowded and you can actually enjoy the day without melting from the heat. There are plenty of benches and seating areas around 14:00 Pm Transfer you Back to your Hotel
$40 *Per person

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Full Day Tour To The Largest amusement Park in Egypt `Dream Park` it has activities for Both Kids and Their Parents

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At 10:00 am egyloveTour`s Guide will Pick you up From Your hotel and Transfer you to `Dream Park` One of The Largest Them Park in the Middle east as more and more kids are coming toEgypt with their parents. Certainly they are always interested in the Pyramids, but their focus on antiquities may not be as high as many adult visitors. They have a tendency to enjoy boat rides, and particularly ridding camels, swimming in the nice pools found in almost all hotels, and now there is even more for them to do in Egypt. While no Disney Lands yet, Egypt has a number of theme parks.

First, let me elaborate on the subject. Dream Park, is an amusement or theme park located near 6th of October City. Bill Kelly manages Dream Park. He brings his American theme park experience onto Egyptian soil. As General Manager of the Dream Park for the past two years, Mr. Kelly brings into the business his industry high-standards as well as effective quality control efforts. As a former graduate of the Walt Disney School of Management, he has successfully managed and many well-known theme parks throughout America. Mr. Kelly was first associated with Dream Park as a management consultant. After about a month it became clear that his experience and knowledge would be vital to the future of Dream Park, so he was offered a full time position as General Manager of the complex.around 17:00 Pm Transfer you Back To Your Hotel
$45 *Per person

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: Breakfast at one of The Egyptian Green Farms and discover theEgyptian Farmer`s Life

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egyloveTours guide will pick you up from your hotel around 10:30 am and Transfer you toShabramant area which is around 20 K/M from City Center it`s the Agricultural area of Cairo,Arrival to the Farm then our guide will introduce you to the Framer`s Family who owns the Farm and They will explain to you through our guide everything you want to know about their work From the Moment they weak up until they sleep Also you will enjoy your breakfast which contains of and have a cup of tea in the Middle of the farm and Enjoy the green view of the Natural and Landscape around 14:00 Pm Transfer you Back to your Hotel Food and Beverage: Breakfast: juice, tea, coffee, jam, cheese, beans, eggs, white cheese, bread , chips & fruits)
$50 *Per person

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We have some agreements with Wedding Centers in some known areas in Cairo Those Centers used to send us their Wedding Schedules that usually works on Thursday & Friday Because most of Egyptians Prefer to do their Wedding at the weekend vacation Because the Visitors and the Familiesof the Bride and the Bridegroom Prefer to staying up until 1 am Celebrating the wedding with Their Families and relatives with Musican Bands dancing & singing the whole Night .Of Course Emo Tours guide will be Very Close to you to explain everything happens around the Wedding . Spend about 2 Hours there and you will be able to take Pictures with Bride and Bridegroom and for the whole party .Later you will be transferred Back to your Hotel Note: This Tour is available according to the Wedding Schedule list so it needs to be Booked earlier as soon as Possible  
$40 *Per person

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Attending a Local Egyptian Wedding and Discover the Egyptian Habits

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We have some agreements with Wedding Centers in some known areas in Cairo Those Centers used to send us their Wedding Schedules that usually works on Thursday & Friday Because most of Egyptians Prefer to do their Wedding at the weekend vacation Because the Visitors and the Familiesof the Bride and the Bridegroom Prefer to staying up until 1 am Celebrating the wedding with Their Families and relatives with Musican Bands dancing & singing the whole Night .Of Course Emo Tours guide will be Very Close to you to explain everything happens around the Wedding . Spend about 2 Hours there and you will be able to take Pictures with Bride and Bridegroom and for the whole party .Later you will be transferred Back to your Hotel Note: This Tour is available according to the Wedding Schedule list so it needs to be Booked earlier as soon as Possible  
$40 *Per person

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