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Unusual Day tour visiting the Famouse Cave Church of St. Simon in Cairo and passing by the Garbage City in Cairo . Private guided tour enables you to see some Local sites in cairo
Book Online day tour to Cave Church and Garbage City in cairo
Duration: 3 Hours
Type: Private Tour
Availability: Runs Everyday From 10:00 am to 13:00 pm
Pick up & drop off: Customers′ Location in either Cairo or Giza
languages available for Tour guides (Live)
Prices are quoted Per Person in American dollar ($)
Adult = 70 $
Child From 6 to 11 Years = 35 $
Emo Tours`s guide will be Pickup you from your Hotel at 10:00 am To Start your day Tour to visit The Famouse Cave Church of St. Simon in Cairo There are seven cave churches carved into the nearby Moqattam Mountain. The Monastery of St. Simon the Tanner is the largest and has an amphitheater with a seating capacity of 20,000. it Worth a visit if you are interesting to see something different in Egypt.
Then passing by the Garbage City in Cairo where it`s located in a very local neigborhood that calls Manshiyat naser, or “Garbage City in Cairo” as it’s better known as, is a slum settlement located to the southeast of Cairo. Its inhabitants are affectionately known as “Garbage People”, not because of their awesome Ed Hardy swag, but because they have been sustaining themselves for decades as Cairo’s unofficial sanitation crew.
The Garbage People, comprising mostly Coptic Christians, first immigrated to Cairo in the 1930s in search of big city dreams and land under their feet. Being very poor, and without a solid 401k plan, they got by whatever way they could: living in makeshift housing and recycling the city’s compostable waste products by feeding it to their pigs.
Today, Cairo’s Garbage People make ends meet by going door to door to pick up people’s trash for a nominal fee, which is then brought back to their Garbage City neighborhoods. There, they sort and recycle everything they could, using it for their own manufacturing.
Then Visit Manshiyat naser, or “Garbage City in Cairo” as it’s better known as, is a slum settlement located to the southeast of Cairo. Its inhabitants are affectionately known as “Garbage People”, not because of their awesome Ed Hardy swag, but because they have been sustaining themselves for decades as Cairo’s unofficial sanitation crew.
Note : You will be Passing Through Garbage Place Without getting Off from the Car as the Place is almost Full of Garbage with very bad Smell that can cause diseases that`s why we created a passing through Trip because Customer`s Safety is our main Concern