Giza Light Show

There is something very comforting about being engulfed in the dessert at night, as the sun begins to set, the temperature drops and the wind whips through the Sahara after an extremely hot day. The sand kicks up with a bit of dust, and all you want is to relax after a long day of sightseeing and trekking throughout Egypt. Nothing is more delightful than an evening spent watching the Plateau of Giza come to life with lights and lasers under the night sky.The Sphinx narrates the 7000 years of history, as the three pyramids are lit up in a myriad of colors, and what makes it that more elegant is enjoying a glass of wine while listening to the resounding voice of the Sphinx commentating on ancient events.

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