Tour guide Moustafa
Professional tour guide in Egypt
Salam Alikom my lovely travellers, it's very difficult to speak about myself. I love Egypt and I can only tell you what is in my heart, and share with you my love for this great land and its people.
My English is perfect, I am good at what I do, I am good humoured and full of fun and make your trip so ...(read more)interesting with my extensive knowledge, Egypt is filled to the brim with wonders - ancient and modern. Everywhere you turn, the eye is dazzled and your heart captured.
No matter how often you visit, there is always something new to see and discover. I don't know why this is - it's just the way things are in Egypt. As you drive through some of the busiest streets of Cairo towards Giza, you are surrounded on all sides by honking, bumper-to-bumper traffic, then suddenly - without warning, you see the Pyramids, right before your eyes - and you not only know where you are, you feel it too. It is the contrast between the old and new,You are welcome
I really love what I am doing when I guide people from different countries.
English (fluent)Arabic (fluent)
Giza or Gizah is a city on the west bank of the river Nile. Its famous for the Gizah Plateau where you will find some of the most impressive ancient monuments in the world, including a complex of ancient Egyptian royal mortuary and sacred structures, including the Great Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and a number of other large pyramids and temples. Welcome to Egypt , There are a lot of nice places all over the world , There are a lot of beautiful countries all over the world . . But there is one wonderful country on the earth called EGYPT Itinerary: We will start (8:00 AM) with a visit of the great Pyramids of Giza, the Enigmatic Sphinx from here we drive to Sakkara the vast Necropolis of Ancient Memphis. Sakkara has 14 Pyramids and built by Zoser I In 2700 BC. It is the first Pyramid and is the world's oldest Stone structure. In the Afternoon, we will have our Lunch and then, we drive to Memphis - the Capital of The ancient kingdom and one of the most important Cities throughout the History of ancient Egypt.
Welcome to Egypt ( In Arabic we say AHLAN FI MISR ),I will guide you through some of the busiest streets of Giza, you will be surrounded on all sides by honking, bumper-to-bumper traffic, Then suddenly - without warning, you see the Pyramids, right before your eyes - and you not only know where you are, you feel it too. It is the contrast between the old and new, and the ease with which Egyptians breach the gap, that I find most amazing. Itinerary: Day 1 We will start (8:00 AM) with a visit of the great Pyramids of Giza, the Enigmatic Sphinx from here we drive to Sakkara the vast Necropolis of Ancient Memphis. Sakkara has 14 Pyramids and built by Zoser I In 2700 BC. It is the first Pyramid and is the world's oldest Stone structure. In the Afternoon, we will have our Lunch and then, we drive to Memphis - the Capital of The ancient kingdom and one of the most important Cities throughout the History of ancient Egypt. Day 2 In the early morning and after breakfast we drive to the Egyptian Museum, famous for its antiquities dating back some 50 centuries from Egypt's Pharaonic period, including the fabulous treasurers of King Tut. Afternoon (late lunch not included) We take a tour to old Cairo, visit the old Coptic suspended Church and the oldest synagogue Of Ben Ezra, then later we drive to the citadel of Salah Al Din , and the Alabaster mosque of Mohammed Ali. I love to recommend (Optional) Dahshor city (visiting the bent and the red pyramid).
Welcome to Egypt ,Cairo, the Triumphant City, known officially as al-Qahirah is one of the world's largest urban areas and offers many sites to see. It is the administrative capital of Egypt and close by is almost every Egyptian Pyramid, such as the Great Pyramids of Giza on the very edge of the city (Giza is a small city located only a few kilometers south of Cairo and very famous for the great pyramid. ) Cairo is an amazing city full of life and movement, and it is that way almost 24 hours every day. Cairo provides great culture such as Muslim monuments, the Egyptian Museum and many more. Itinerary: We will start from your hotel and travel to Giza to visit the legendary majestic Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren and Mykerionos to view these spectacular man-made monuments. Afterwards a tour of the great Sphinx; guarding the Royal Burial Chambers and temple of Cheops. In the Afternoon we will have our Lunch and then , you will be transferred to the Egyptian Museum which holds the most ancient human artifacts in the world. You will have a guided tour inside to watch the golden treasure of Tut-Ankh-Amun & a great gallery of statues & portraits….etc
Overall guest satisfaction
You will not find a better tour guide than Moustafa. No matter how much time you have in Egypt, he knows exactly what to show you and where to take you! He is so knowledgeable in every aspect of Egyptian history and culture. Moustafa is so fun, good humored, and fantastic! His English is wonderful as well! Definitely a 5 star tour guide who's only desire is to make your trip the most memorable experience of your life! Thank you so much Moustafa! Emma Johnson
The best tour guide I've ever had! His enthusiasm and passion are absolutely infectious! He'll really make u see everything for the wonder it is, and will even add his own personal touches which really add to the overall cultural experience. He exudes patience and calm, which believe me you really need from your tour guide, and his English is really clear. Unfortunately we could only fit in a Cairo tour but i'll be sure to steal him away for an Alexandria tour, if he'll agree :o) I highly recommend contacting him for a tour, it will make your holiday!! Thank you Moustafa! :o)
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