The Pharaonic Village

Dr. Hassan Ragab Ph.D. created the Pharaonic Village. He was also the guy who rediscovered the old Egyptian art of papermaking, which is a fascinating information (Papyrus).

The Pharaonic Village is a must-see historical attraction. It is a one-of-a-kind location where Egypt’s whole history, from ancient times to present times; is explained in about 2-3 hours. The Pharaonic Village is an excellent introduction to Egypt and a must-see for anyone visiting the country for the first time. on the other hand, it is situated on an island in the Nile; only 3 miles south of Cairo’s city centre. Floating amphitheatres take you to this community; where a hundred actors and actresses perform scenes from ancient Egypt (papyrus making, sculpting, home construction, etc.). It’s a totally unique experience that you won’t find anyplace else. Finally, this is a trip that your children will never forget!


Also, the village includes a full-scale replica of King Tutankhamun’s tomb, complete with all of his priceless treasures. In addition, 12 new museums, four of which are dedicated to ancient Egypt (mummification and medicine, pyramid construction, arts and beliefs; and ancient Egyptian boats); five of which are dedicated to other periods in Egyptian history (Cleopatra’s museum, Coptic history, Islamic civilization, Napoleon’s expedition to Egypt; and Egypt’s present history museum). Even our late three leaders, Mohamed Naguib, Nasser, and Sadat; are commemorated in three museums.

This village will be a hit with the kids! It features a “Tut Land” amusement park as well as a “Art Center.” You can also board our yacht “Nefertari,” which will take you on a memorable Nile cruise.

You’ll be astounded to witness Egyptians portraying Pharaonic life via all of their pursuits, including as farming, pottery making; and war wheel riding.

Then, the Nile boat will carry you to the end, where you will enter a temple with a macket sampling all of Pharos’ temples; particularly those in Luxor and Aswan.
Outside the temple, there is a market created to occupy all antiques and bazar presents; so you may go shopping with a Pharaonic taste.