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Egypt Honeymoon 8 Days Package Holiday

If you’re looking for a romantic getaway with plenty of adventure, then consider an Egyptian honeymoon. You can enjoy the most romantic honeymoon in Egypt with your loved one. There are plenty of amazing archaeological sites to explore, delicious food to try, and beautiful beaches to relax on while soaking up the sun. With all the history and culture waiting for you, your honeymoon in Egypt will be unforgettable! There are plenty of luxury resorts available, but you can also find amazing small hotels that will give you the true Egyptian experience. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, why not explore the ancient sites on your own?

 No matter your honeymoon plans, Egypt will have you dreaming of romance all year long! From the ruins of the Egyptian desert, Aswan and Luxor, through the diversity of Ciro and the camel ride on Giza to the stunning beautiful seashores of Alexandria and Hurghada. Book now! Hurry up and book your Honeymoon package to enjoy the most romantic honeymoon in Egypt with your loved one

Egypt Honeymoon 8 Days Package Holiday Details

Duration

8 Days / 7 Nights

Tour Type

Private Tour

Availability

Every Day

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Ore representative will meet you at the airport and give you a hand with the airport procedures. Then he will accompany you to your 5-stars hotel. After taking you a small rest in your room. Our representative will be waiting for you to start your Once in lifetime Egyptian honeymoon. Your first night in Egypt cannot go without a romantic dinner on the Nile cruise with the Arabian rhythms and a show of the popular belly dance and tannoura, skirt, a traditional African show. Enjoy your dinner and sleep very well as tomorrow will be a breathtaking day!

Meals: Dinner

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Your first sunshine in Egypt, after taking your breakfast from the luxurious buffet at your hotel, we will be accompanying you on a tour of Giza city. In Giza city near Cairo we will visit the following ruins:

The Giza Pyramids

The Giza Pyramids Complex is an archaeological site on the Giza Plateau, near Cairo, Egypt. The complex consists of four pyramids—the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Red Pyramid, the Bent Pyramid and the Stepped Pyramid of Khafre—and several smaller structures, including a mortuary temple, an elaborate tomb for Pharaoh Khufu and his queen Meritaten and a small pyramid for Khentkaus I. The earliest known references to the Giza Pyramids date to the 4th dynasty during the Old Kingdom period in Ancient Egypt.

The Great Pyramid:

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and was built over 4,500 years ago. It is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in Giza. The pyramid is made up of more than 2 million blocks of limestone and granite, weighing an estimated 2.3 million tons. The Great Pyramid is the oldest of its kind and was used as a tomb for over 3,000 years. It is rumored that the pyramid was built to hold the remains of Osiris, the god of the afterlife in ancient Egyptian mythology.

The Great Sphinx:

The Great Sphinx of Giza is one of the world’s oldest and most recognizable monuments. Built over 4,500 years ago, it is a massive headless statue of a pharaoh or king carved out of limestone. The face is missing, but the lips are still visible and seem to be in a perpetual rictus of surprise. The face of the sphinx is carved from a single block of stone, and its features are so lifelike that for centuries it has been believed to be a real human being. The sphinx has a human head and a lion body.

The Saqqara Step Pyramid

The Saqqara Step Pyramid is a popular tourist destination in Egypt. The pyramid is located on the north side of the Giza Plateau and was built over 4,500 years ago. The pyramid is made of limestone and has six steps that lead to the top. You can explore the pyramid and view the inside through small windows. The pyramid is believed to have been built for the Egyptian Pharaoh Djoser (2670 BC). The Pyramid of Djoser was the first pyramid in Egypt and it is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

The Valley Temple

Next to the Pyramids complex locates the Valley Temple. The Valley Temple was built by Queen Heathers, the mother of King Khufu, who built the Great Pyramid. The Valley Temple was used to conduct ceremonies and rituals associated with the mummification process. It is also thought that the Valley Temple was used as a burial site for Pharaohs and their consorts. The Valley Temple is a large, rectangular building that is made of limestone. It has several chambers and corridors that are still partially intact.

Memphis City

Memphis City is home to a variety of archaeological sites, including the Pyramid of Djoser, the Temple of Ptah, the necropolis at Saqqara, and the Great Sphinx of Giza. The city of Memphis in Egypt is a unique and fascinating place that many travelers visit. It was once the capital of Egypt and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Memphis was founded by the pharaoh Menes in the 31st century BC, and it served as the capital of Egypt for over two thousand years.

Overnight in Cairo

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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After roaming the ancient Pharos ruins, the third day on your Egypt honeymoon package with us will be a discovery day of younger civilizations that lived in Egypt like the Christian and Muslim ones. After enjoying your breakfast buffet, we will head to explore the old Ciro. We will provide you with air-conditioned vehicles and a professional tour guide. All you have to do is to so wear your comfortable pair of shoes, sunscreen, and hat:

The Old Cairo:

In Cairo, the oldest part of the city is known as “Old Cairo” or “Al Qahira Al Aqsa”. It’s home to several important oriental Islamic and Christian sites, including Salah El-Din Citadel, The Egyptian Museum, Khan Al Khalili Bazar, and Al Muizz Street. In addition to many churches, Old Cairo is a must-see destination for any traveler who loves to get souvenirs from the oriental charms:

Salah El–Din Citadel

Salah Idden Citadel is located on the outskirts of Cairo, overlooking the Nile River. The citadel was built by Salah Idden in 1479 and served as his palace until he was overthrown in 1517. It then became a fortress and played an important role in defending Cairo against foreign invaders. The citadel is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to the Museum of Islamic Art.

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo the Egyptian Museum in Cairo is one of the largest and most famous museums in the world. It is a treasure trove of ancient artefacts and paintings from all over the ancient world. The exhibits cover everything from the early civilizations to Greco-Roman art to Islamic art. The museum is huge, The museum houses over 120,000 objects, including both ancient and modern pieces, so it can take a while to explore it all, but it’s well worth the effort.

The Khan Al Khalili Bazaar

The Khan Al Khalili Bazaar is a monumental archaeological site in Egypt. It is located in Cairo and was originally built in the fourteenth century. The Bazaar is a large open-air market that sells a variety of goods, including traditional Egyptian souvenirs. The market is also home to several restaurants and cafes. The Khan Al Khalili Bazaar is located on Sharia al-Amir Street in the Islamic Quarter of Cairo. It is bounded by a large courtyard, which is surrounded by shops and stalls selling various goods.

Al Muizz Street

Al Muizz Street in Cairo is one of the oldest and most famous streets in the city. It’s known for its luxury shops, art galleries, and restaurants. The street was originally built in the 17th century, but it has since been renovated several times. Today, it’s a popular tourist destination. The street is lined with more than 100 shops and restaurants. There’s a wide range of souvenir shops in the street, ranging from antique shops to shoe stores. Introduction: Al Muizz Street in Cairo, Egypt is a bustling street filled with shops, restaurants, and people. Where you can find anything you need. There are many restaurants on the street serving all kinds of food. Al Muizz Street is a great place to experience the culture of Cairo.

Overnight in Cairo

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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Our tour to the seashores of Alexandria and the charm of the Mediterranean is today.
Travelers are always looking for new and interesting places to visit, and Alexandria has many attractions that make it a great tourist destination. Whether you’re interested in ancient history or modern culture, Alexandria has something to offer. Here are five places you and your love will explore when visiting Alexandria:

Pompey’s Pillar:

Pompey’s Pillar is a large monolith of granite that rises abruptly from the ground in front of the Temple of Isis in Alexandria, Egypt. The pillar was erected by the Roman general and politician, Pompey the Great, in 54 BC as a memorial to his victories in Asia Minor. Today, visitors can explore the monument both inside and outside the temple.

Quitbay Citadel:

The Citadel of Qaitbay is a fortress located on the Mediterranean Sea in Alexandria, Egypt. It was built in the late 15th century by Sultan Mohamad Ali Basha, who ruled Egypt from 1468 to 1496. The citadel was used as a defense against naval attacks and as a prison. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction. The citadel consists of two floors and a tower.

Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa:

The Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs are a series of underground tunnels and caves that stretch for over two miles beneath the ancient city of Kom el Shoqafa in Upper Egypt. The catacombs served as a necropolis for the ancient Egyptians, and now they are one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The caves are filled with statues, paintings, and other funerary artefacts from the end of the Old and Middle Kingdom periods.

The Roman Theatre:

The ancient Roman theatre in Egypt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The theatres date back to the 1st century AD and are some of the oldest in the world. The theatres were used for plays, musical performances, and other events. There were two theatres in Alexandria, the Amphitheater of Diana and the Theater of Marcellus. The latter is still in use today.

The theatre was built by Julius Caesar, who also built the Egyptian Library and a Roman garrison in Alexandria.

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina:

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina, located in Alexandria, Egypt, is the world’s largest library. It contains more than 15 million volumes of manuscripts and printed materials, including rare books and manuscripts that are not housed in any other library. The library was founded by Muhammad Ali Pasha in 1815 as a place for scholars to gather and research. It was renamed the Bibliotheca Alexandrina after his death.

We will drive you Back To your 5* hotel in Cairo for the overnight.

Overnight In Cairo

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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Heading to the Seed of Egypt which is one the most popular tourist destinations in Egypt, It is a convenient stopover on the way to other places such as Aswan, Abu Simbel, and Karnak. The vast majority of tourists visit Luxor for its two great temples, the Ramesseum and the Valley of the Kings. Both are well worth seeing, but there are plenty of other sights and activities to enjoy in Luxor too so,

Enjoy your Breakfast with your lover and Check-out from your hotel to go ahead to Cairo international airport to take your flight to Luxor and once you arrive Our Egyptologist Guide will be waiting you to complete your 7 Days Egypt Honeymoon Package

Luxor:

Home to some of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, Luxor is a city that must be seen to be believed. The Temple of Karnak is perhaps the most famous site in Luxor and is well worth a visit. This massive temple complex was built over a period of 1,500 years and is dedicated to the god Amun-Re. Other notable attractions in Luxor include the Valley of the Kings, where many pharaohs were buried, and the Temple of Hatshepsut, which is located on Mount Hatshepsut.

The Temple of Karnak

Karnak, the sacred city of the ancient Egyptians, is one of the most extensive and well-preserved ancient Egyptian archaeological sites. The ruins of Karnak include three temples dedicated to different goddesses: The Temple of Mut, the Temple of Khonsu and the Temple of Amun. Each temple has unique features and decorations that make it a fascinating tourist destination.

The Temple of Luxor

The Temple of Luxor is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Egypt. Located on the east bank of the Nile, it is a World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The temple was built by Pharaoh Amenhotep III between 1498-1486 BC and consists of two main sections, the outer sanctuary and the innermost sanctum. The outer sanctuary is made up of four rows of columns that support a raised portico, while the inner sanctum contains three large chambers with walls over 16 feet high.

Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon are one of the most famous tourist destinations in Egypt. These statues were erected in the 3rd century BC and represent Amenhotep III, who was the son of Pharaoh Amenhotep II. These statues are made from white granite and are over 18 meters tall. The statues are made of Amenhotep III and his wife Nefertari, who is depicted in the statue as a kind of goddess. The statues were made to honour the king and queen because they were believed to have a powerful effect on the weather.

Overnight In Luxor

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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Good Morning from Luxor, Have your breakfast at your hotel then join to tour Egyptologist guide to continue your Egypt Honey Moon Package by Exploring,

Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings is a tourist destination in Egypt. The valley was used as a burial ground for Pharaohs and their consorts for centuries. It contains some of the most famous tombs in Egypt, such as those of Tutankhamun and Queen Nefertiti. The valley is also home to several temples, including the Temple of Karnak, which is one of the most important religious sites in Egypt.

The Temple of Hatshepsut

The Temple of Hatshepsut is a unique tourist destination. The temple was built by the pharaoh Hatshepsut, and it is one of the most well-preserved ancient Egyptian structures. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Egypt, and it offers visitors a glimpse into the life and reign of one of Egypt’s most famous queens. The temple is located in the Dendur area of the Theban Necropolis. It was built between 1473 and 1478 BC as part of a royal compound that included several other buildings, including a mortuary temple, a chapel, and an administrative centre.

The Habu Temple

The Habu Temple is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Luxor. The temple is a popular stop for visitors because of its ornate carvings and its location on the banks of the Nile River. The temple has been used as a place of worship since ancient times, and today it is still used by the local community. In the temple, there are two huge obelisks, one of which is made out of granite, and another one out of red granite. The stone carvings on both sides of the obelisk depict a man holding a falcon.

Overnight In Luxor

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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Enjoy your breakfast at your 5* hotel in Luxor and check out to take your train ticket to Aswan, upon your arrival to the train station your tour guide will be waiting you to continue your amazing honeymoon Package by visiting:  

Aswan:

Aswan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Egypt and for good reason—it’s breathtakingly beautiful. The city has a long history, including being the location of the ancient temple of Haremhab, as well as numerous other relics.. It’s also a great place to visit if you’re interested in ancient Egyptian history or archaeology. There are many interesting things to see and do here, such as exploring the unique archaeological sites, taking a walk by the Nile River, or enjoying a picnic in one of the park-like areas. If you are interested in visiting the temples, it is best to come during the daytime.

The High Dam

One of the most popular attractions in Aswan is the High Dam- a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the 1930s, the High Dam is an impressive feat of engineering and provides hydroelectric power to the region. Today, visitors can enjoy a variety of activities at the dam- from taking a boat ride on the Nile to exploring its various museums.

Temple of Philae

The Temple of Philae is one of the most famous and important archaeological sites in Egypt. It is located on the banks of the Nile River, about an hour from Aswan by bus or boat. There are many tour companies that offer trips to the temple. The best way to explore it is to take a guided tour. The site is open from 8am until 5pm, and access to the interior of the temple is limited to the first 100 visitors per day. There are two viewing platforms on the outside of the temple that provide a good view of the valley and the surrounding area.

The unfinished obelisk

The unfinished obelisk in Aswan is an ancient monument that still intrigues tourists to this day. The obelisk was started in the 18th century, but stopped due to lack of funds. It remains a mystery as to why it was never completed. Some believe that the project was abandoned because of political reasons, while others claim that the builders ran out of time. Regardless of its unfinished state, the obelisk is still an impressive site and a popular tourist destination for visitors to Egypt.

Overnight in Aswan

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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Enjoy your Breakfast and get ready to transfer you to Aswan airport to take your flight to Cairo international airport to fly home as end of your 8 Days Honeymoon Package

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