fun places for kidsWhen families plan their trip to Egypt, they always think about their kids and what kind of fun activities they could have in the land of the pharaohs where the fun and joy for elders is guaranteed! There are many fun places for kids in Egypt, especially in Cairo where there are many amusement parks, and aqua fun places.

Giza Zoo is a great place for kids, it is very big, safe, and green, so they will be free playing around you while enjoying themselves watching animals and birds.

Cinema studio in Cairo is definitely one of the places you should consider for your kids as it has got lots of activities, and many live shows.

A visit to one of the big super markets in Cairo is a good idea, as most of them are with a nice safe indoor park for the kids, and the same can be found in the big shopping malls.

This does not mean your kids will have fun just in Cairo, because there is also amusement parks in the other major cities, and the so called animation teams “entertainment teams” can be found in all the hotels of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh by the Red sea, these teams always run lots of fun activities basically for kids.  Regularly, you have been thinking about places to add in your list in addition to the swimming pool as a great fun for them, all the children’s activities are practiced by the big swimming pools in all the hotels of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh.

On the other hand, while touring the little cities “if it is in your plan”, your kids can have the company of other Egyptian children, and of course they will be having so much fun.

As a summary for your trip, and also great fun for the kids, you should drag the Pharaonic village into your list of fun places to see in Egypt. It is a big island on the Nile in Cairo, surrounded with tall trees to block the view of the modern life outside. People inside are actors, imitating the pharaohs and reliving the past of Egypt. Growing the land, making boats, and baskets, fishing using the ancient technique of the pharaohs, sculpting statues, mummifying replicas of corpses, making pottery, and perfume, making Papyrus, and linen. And all this is just some of what you and your kids will see while on a boat trip inside. There are five museums in the village, a replica of king Tut’s tomb, and a replica of Karnak temples.

Also in the village, there is a nice shopping area with all the Egyptian goods like those in Khan El-khalili bazaar; papyrus, perfumes, leather products, Egyptian key chains, necklaces, rings, and book notes for kids, Egyptian tattoos, and your kids can have their names written in hieroglyphic. There is also a nice open-air coffee shop and a garden with two restaurants, one for fast food, and another for meals.

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