From the moment you step off the plane until the moment you say “home sweet home,” there will be plenty of activities and surprises awaiting you. Along with our professional representatives.
You’ll arrive at Cairo International Airport and be whisked away to your luxurious hotel. You’ll be able to enjoy all this at your leisure because you won’t have to worry about driving or arranging transportation. Later, you’ll have dinner at a five-star restaurant in Cairo before you head to the hotel for your first night of honeymoon bliss. The next morning, you’ll be woken up by your hotel staff and treated to breakfast
After having your romantic breakfast at your fancy hotel. Our representative will be waiting for you and your partner to drive you to visit the Pyramids Complex in Giza, close to Cairo. The ancient structures are one of the Seven Wonders of the World and offer a unique glimpse into history. On the one hand, a tour of the pyramids is an unforgettable experience and will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. On the other hand, be sure to pack sunscreen, hats, and comfortable walking shoes. The complex consists of:
The Pyramid of Khufu:
The largest and oldest of the Giza Pyramids. Also called the Great Pyramid. Khafre’s Pyramid is one of the most iconic ancient monuments in Egypt. The pharaoh who built it, Khafre, was the son of Menkaure and grandson of Khufu – two of the most famous pharaohs in ancient Egyptian history. Khafre’s Pyramid is located at Giza, on the west bank of the Nile River, just south of Cairo. It was erected between 2558 BC and 2532 BC, during the Fourth Dynasty of ancient Egypt. The pyramid is made of limestone blocks and stands 224 feet (68 meters) high.
The Pyramid of Khafre:
The second largest pyramid at Giza. The pharaohs who built it between 2550 and 2494 BC were some of the earliest rulers in history. The pyramid is located at Giza, just outside Cairo. It is made up of more than 2,500 blocks of solid granite, and its height is estimated to be 456 feet (139 meters).
The Pyramid of Menkaure:
The smallest and youngest of the three pyramids. The pyramid of Menkaure is the most well-preserved and largest of the three pyramids at Giza. It is said to have been built by Menkaure, a pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty in about 2650 BC. The outer casing of the pyramid was constructed from solid limestone blocks that were then covered with a layer of sandstone. The core of the pyramid was made up of more than 2 million blocks of stone weighing an estimated total of more than 116 million tonnes.
The Great Sphinx:
A limestone statue with the body of a lion and the head of a man. also known as the Giza Pyramid, is one of the most famous and well-known pyramids in history. It was built by Pharaoh Khufu over 4,500 years ago and is located on the Giza Plateau in Egypt. The pyramid is made up of several layers of limestone blocks that are carefully stacked on top of each other. Its height is approximately 146 feet and it weighs an estimated 2.5 million pounds.
Saqqara Step Pyramid: The Saqqara Step Pyramid is a majestic structure located in Saqqara, Egypt. Built over 4,500 years ago, it is the oldest of the Giza pyramids and one of the most impressive examples of ancient Egyptian engineering. Despite its age, the pyramid still stands as an impressive testament to ancient Egyptian construction techniques.
Memphis is located in Giza on the west bank of the Nile Delta. Memphis has been inhabited for over 6,000 years and was known as Thebes in ancient times. Memphis was founded by Menes, the first king of Upper Egypt, in the early 3rd millennium BC. It became a major center of culture and trade during antiquity and remained so under Roman and Byzantine rule. Under Muhammad Ali Pasha, who ruled from 1805 to 1849, Memphis became an important center of Islamic learning.
Right after the Pyramid’s tour, we will drive you to the airport to catch your flight to Aswan. We designed you a trip to Aswan, where you can enjoy a scenic honeymoon tour through the ancient city. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is full of ancient temples and tombs, and it’s easy to get lost in its winding streets. Plus, the surrounding area is home to some of Egypt’s best beaches
After sleeping a night in Aswan, you will have your delicious breakfast with your lover then our representative will take you to visit :
Abu Simble Temple :
The Abu Simble archaeological site is located in Aswan, Egypt. The site was first excavated in the 1930s and since then has yielded a wealth of information about ancient Egyptian culture. The most well-known feature of the Abu Simble site is the Step Pyramid of Djoser, which is one of the earliest examples of this type of structure.
After that, you will be heading to the train to go to Luxor and meet our representative who will facilitate the check-in in the hotel at Luxor
After a long journey, the bride and groom arrived in Luxor. The first thing you will do after breakfast is taking a tour of the ancient ruins. You will go on an excursion to Karnak Temple where they can see some amazing statuary.
The Karnak Temple, located in modern-day Luxor, was dedicated to the god Amun and served as his main temple. Construction of the temple began during the reign of Ramesses II in 1238 BC and continued for over two centuries. The temple is famed for its many elaborate reliefs and for its two great pylons, each topped by a statue of a seated Amun.
The Temple of Hatshepsut:
The Temple of Hatshepsut is a colossal structure located on the south side of the Karnak Temple Complex in Luxor, Egypt. It was built by Hatshepsut during her 18th regnal year and dedicated to the god Amun. The temple is composed of two main parts: an outer sanctuary and an inner temple. The sanctuary measures 110 × 80 meters and is decorated with a series of colonnaded terraces. The inner temple measures 64 × 52 meters and has a single pillared portico.
Kings Valley is a popular tourist destination in Luxor, Egypt. The valley is home to ancient ruins and temples, as well as scenic rivers and waterfalls. Visitors can explore the valley on foot or by bicycle. There are also several restaurants and hotels in the area. The valley is located in the west of Luxor, around 3 km away from the Nile River.
In the evening, you and your love will enjoy dinner at the hotel before starting to pack for your next day’s adventure in Hurghada. We will drive you to Hurghada and help you check in there
Get your casual clothes, sunblock and sunglasses on to enjoy one of the best Safari tours you will ever have. You and your beloved person are invited to enjoy the sunset in the Egyptian desert with Bedouin tea and dinner. You can also drive the motors there, don’t worry! You don’t need to be an expert! You can get a free trial and the leader will help you rehearse riding the motor. Besides the motors, you have the choice to ride a camel or a horse. Don’t worry about the water, we got your back!
With us, your honeymoon will be unforgettable, from the great golden desert to the crystal clear water of the red sea. When it comes to diving in the Red Sea, Hurghada is the undisputed queen. With crystal clear waters and abundant marine life, this is where scuba divers of all levels can find their paradise. Among the many reefs and coves that make up Hurghada’s coastline are a few excellent spots for snorkeling. Snorkeling in Hurghada is a great way to explore the reefs, dive sites and marine life. With crystal-clear water and an abundance of colorful fish and coral, snorkeling in Hurghada is a popular activity for tourists and locals alike.
After exploring the sea-bed you will head to Cairo to resume your urban tour there. Our honeymoon packages are designed to offer you a holiday that will create memories that will last a lifetime
You can’t visit Egypt and leave without touring the diverse Cairo, one of the most fascinating and vibrant cities in the world. Cairo is full of the world’s most famous diverse ancient sites. Including the National Egyptian Museum, Khan Al Khalili Bazar, the Hanging Church and Ben Ezra Synagogue. The city also is full of life. From street vendors selling food and souvenirs to locals chatting in coffee shops, there’s always something happening in Cairo. Shopping in downtown Cairo is amazing so don’t forget to get some souvenirs.
The Hanging Church:
The hanging Church is a structure in Cairo, Egypt that has been built over the centuries using a variety of methods, including chains and ropes. The church is located in Coptic Cairo and is generally considered to be one of the most unusual tourist destinations in the city. The church is an important place of worship for Coptic Christians and is located in the center of the Coptic Christian quarter in Cairo.
Ben Ezra Synagogue:
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Cairo is the Ben Ezra Synagogue, which is a must-see for anyone visiting this ancient city. The synagogue was built in 1570 and is one of the oldest synagogues still standing in Egypt. The building is incredibly beautiful, with intricate carvings on the interior walls and ceiling. It’s also one of the few synagogues left in Cairo that is still used regularly for worship. The Ben Ezra Synagogue is located in downtown Cairo, which is the historical center of the city.
Khan Al Khalili Bazaar:
Khan Al Khalili Bazaar is an immense market in Cairo that is home to over a thousand stalls selling anything and everything. It’s a great place to find souvenirs, clothing, spices, and food. The bazaar is also home to a number of interesting historical sites, including the mausoleum of Suleiman the Magnificent and the Khan El Khalili Palace. The Khan El Khalili Bazaar is also home to the Aladdin Cinema, Cairo’s oldest cinema. The cinema opened in 1928 and has been showing films ever since. The cinema is now a museum that preserves the history of Egypt through its collection of artifacts and photographs.
The National Egyptian Museum:
Cairo, the Egyptian capital, is home to one of the world’s largest and most famous museums- the National Egyptian Museum. As honeymooners visiting this museum, you will be able to explore an extensive collection of ancient art and artifacts from all over Egypt. The museum features an impressive range of artifacts from both ancient and modern times, making it a fascinating place for anyone interested in history. The museum was founded in 1858 and houses over 120,000 objects from all periods of ancient Egyptian history
Here comes the couple’s last day on their honeymoon in Egypt which was filled with memories and laughter. Our representative meets you at your hotel to do the check-out and drive you to the airport.
Your Love story chapter in Egypt finishes, paving the way to a new chapter to start back home. Inspired by the memories of the great queen and kings and worshipers from different eras in the great lands of Egypt. Book your honeymoon now! We’re waiting for you and we’ll make sure that you have the best time of your life