• Location: Cairo, Egypt
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 47.00 View price calendar

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Witness the famous evening Sound and Light Show at Giza’s Great Pyramids with this 3-hour experience, including round-trip transportation from Cairo. Watch spellbound as the Great Pyramid of Cheops and its two neighbors come alive in a blaze of colorful illuminations and 3D visual projections under the night sky. As you watch, hear the story of ancient Egypt and its pharaohs as told by the Great Sphinx — the enigmatic guardian of the necropolis for almost 5,000 years. A great family-friendly experience with entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off included.


  • 3-hour evening Sound and Light Show experience at the Giza Pyramids in Cairo
  • Watch the three pyramids and sphinx cast in glittering lights, lasers and visual projections
  • Chart the incredible history of the pyramids as told by the ‘storyteller’ sphinx
  • Immerse yourself in the dramatic illuminations, music and sound effects
  • Great introduction to ancient Egyptian history for children
  • Enjoy private, round-trip transfers from your Cairo hotel

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

Sione Sonata T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2015

At first my first impression about booking this tour package was based on the 007 The Spy WHo Loved Me with Sir Roger Moore, the Sound and Lights Show of Gaza Pyramids. But we were looking forward to this Show which in the end, we walked out still discussing the incredible setting and wonderful feeling witnessing it first hand. The show was truly amazing and we would highly recommend our friends and colleagues to take up this package in their future trips to Egypt.

Tina N

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better April 2016

The lights show was a bit cheesy and underwhelming but my driver from the tour company was a fantastic and entertaining!


1 star rating: I do not recommend this May 2017

I wasn and #39;t able to do it because the company didn and #39;t know that the pyramids were going to be closed that day, super unprofessional

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