Tour Highlights: Tombs of Commonwealth , Italian & German Soldiers, Military Museum
Duration: 1 Day Trip
Type: Private Tour or Sharing – Upon Request
Pick up: Alexandria Port
Drop Off: Alexandria Port or any other Egyptian port
Upon arrival your tour guide will be waiting for you in the port to lead you through the Egyptian North Coast line to Alamain area.
At this spot November 1942 when allied forces under the command of the British General Montgomery put halt to the advance of Nazi Africa corps who considered Al Alamin area to be the key of controlling African continent .
So El Alamein battle considered one of the most violent and most important confrontations during the Second World War.
Alamain tour includes visit the military museum, containing displays of weapons , military garb and tanks .
The description & strategy of the battle of Montgomery , Rommel and others participating in the battle will be display to you with Audio affects .
After the Military museum, you will continue to visit burial site , the cemeteries and final resting place for the battle participants from Italian , German and Commonwealth soldiers .
The neat rows of tomb stones provide poignant scene set against the seemingly interminable desert .
After you will re board your vehicle back for about 90 minutes driving till you get back to Alexandria, then enjoy a visit at the Papyrus institute to show you how the ancient Egyptians used to make the paper from the Papyrus plant .
– Pick up and drop off in front of the cruise exit door
– All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle
– Private Egyptologist guide speaking your language
– Entrance fees for the all the included sites in itinerary
– Mineral water on board the vehicle during the tour-
– Egypt Visa
– Tipping Kitty
– Any extras not mentioned
Sunscreen, hats and comfortable walking shoes are recommended in this trip.
Driving to/from Alexandria about 1.5 hour per way.
Camera and video are allowed inside the military museum with fees of 5 Egyptian pound (about 1 USD) for Camera and 30 Egyptian pounds for video (about 5 USD).