With this private arrival transfer you will save your time, effort and avoid any hassle or trouble dealing and bargaining with cab drivers. No more rip-off or cheats with this punctual, smooth transfer.Save time and avoid hassle by pre-booking your transportation between Cairo Airport and your hotel in Cairo or Giza. you will need to get your luggages, go through the final security check, and then you will see your driver outside.
Cairo International Airport
Pick up at Cairo airport. Please provide your flight information to set up the meeting time.
Please kindly let me know your accommodation name and address beforehand.
Cairo or Giza Hotel
- Private transfer.
- Air-conditioned modern vehicle.
- Professional driver.
- Pick-up with a sign written your name.
- WiFi in your van.
- Local taxes.
- Bottled water.
- Hotel drop-off
- One-way private transfer.
NOT INCLUDED :
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not Infant seats available
I can also pick you up from airport at any time per day and per week.
The driver will be waiting for you outside the airport terminal with your name on a sign.
Once he met you he will help you with your luggage and escort you to your private modern a/c van that will take you to your requested
hotel in Cairo or Giza. Your van is driven by a professional driver.
Aton was the best, kindest and most knowledgeable guide I had in Egypt. He really let me see the sites that interested me and let me take my time and totally enjoy the whole experience. Aton even showed me special sites not covered by the usual tourist itineraries and he takes great pictures and videos too. Aton really goes the extra mile and I am so grateful to him for such an excellent tour. My advice is you that you should choose Aton for your guide if you really want an excellent enjoyable tour.
Thank you for your kind words Diarmaid. I hope to see you again in Egypt. You're welcome anytime. Sunny regards ???? Aton
My wife and I consider ourselves seasoned travelers, but we've never hired guide services as we prefer traveling in our ways. However, we thought Egypt had to be an exception, so we hired Aton for three days in Cairo for Giza, Sakkara, and Museum tours. First impression.. Before we left home, he texted to bring dollars to exchange with him as a favor for his daughter. We decided to bring some dollars just for him (ATM is totally fine to get cash in Egypt), but this wasn't a good first impression as we didn't think it was professional. But ok, let's give him the benefit of the doubt. No, money was his favorite topic throughout the entire tour service, and his professionalism only worsened as we continued our trip. His knowledge level and guide skills: I am trying to remember what we have learned from him, other than the cost of expensive private international schools and waterfront luxury apartments costs. He may have told us some facts here and there that weren't in the guidebook I was carrying (we learned more from this book than from him). He was just a driver for the most part. You will be better off and stress-free by researching and reading before the trip and hiring a driver instead. Few things: I was passing through the Citadel security, holding an empty coffee cup. He told me to litter by leaving the cups on the street. I said no and saw a trashcan just about 5 feet away. Another thing, the Tutankhamun exhibition line at the museum was long (but went by quickly). Aton told us to act like the people in the line close to the entrance were my close friend or family and cut the line. You might get a good experience with Aton, and maybe it was just us. But for us, Aton was the worst guide we hired in Egypt (we hired 4 other guides in Aswan and Luxor). He wasn't even a pleasant person to be in a car for the drives we had.
Thank you for the review. The problem occurred on the third day, because one of the customers did not want to follow the security instructions at the entrance of each visit, to the extent that the tourist police almost took my licence because one of the customers did not follow those instructions. The lady was carrying an empty cup of coffee. The police asked her to search her handbag and asked her to put the cup aside until the search was over. She did not want to follow the instructions. She kept the cup. I asked her to put it aside and then take it again if she wanted, but she refused. She thought I'd ask her to throw the cup in the street and she thought I'd stand together in this situation against the police's instructions. In the Egyptian Museum (especially in front of Tutankhamun’s mask hall), I explained and mentioned that it is forbidden to enter with customers to explain inside this hall due to the presence of large numbers, but she was dissatisfied with that and thought that I would say that because I would not enter with them. There were large numbers and queues in front of Tutankhamun's Mask Hall, she asked me (since they are only 2 customers, not a large group) to slip into the queue to be at the front and to do it myself with them like another guide, I refused because the tourists were dissatisfied with that guide, they almost exploded in my face if I did that, so my customer got angry. In fact, I did not want to respond to all that (especially since I am busy), but what happened must be clarified. I invite everyone who reads these lines and everyone who wants to visit Egypt to book with me to see for themselves the quality of service they will receive and to write their opinion.
Aton is an experienced guide and delivered what he promised and a bit more. Very easygoing and told a lot of jokes. Explained clearly the nuts and bolts of each location we went to and good English except occasionally I had a difficulty with his accent. Took us not only to trip locations but also added on City of the Dead which was very interesting. We would hire him again if we come back to Cairo!
Thank you Michael, You are welcome every time. Sunny regards ???? Aton
We booked three-day trips with Aton in Cairo and enjoyed it very much. He was very flexible in the program, and it was customized to our wishes. We visited many historical sites, but also less touristic sites to get an impression of normal daily life in Cairo, including the miserable circumstances of some people (garbage city and people living on cemeteries). Anton responded well to our wishes on what (and what not) to see, do, eat and spend. Express your wishes clearly to him to get what you want. It was a bit surprising to us we had to pay extra for a carriage (US$ 46) on the Giza pyramids site (walking was not a real option according to Aton) and Aton didn't accompany us on the site as a guide. This could be added to the tour description.
Thank you, my friends, with all my heart for all that you have said so well to me. I'm sure that you will come to Egypt again, according to the proverb that says : Who drinks from the water of the Nile will come again. I am waiting for you ???? Aton