When people think of honeymoons, they often envision a tropical beach destination like Hawaii or the Maldives. But for those who want to explore history and culture, there's no better place than Egypt. This North African country is home to some of the world's most iconic ancient sites, like the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Valley of the Kings. And with its temperate climate, it's a great destination for a honeymoon any time of year.
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Cairo,Alexandria, fayuom, siwa,marsa matrouh
We are thrilled to announce our Egypt Honeymoon Tour Packages! We will be spending our time in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan with our Egypt day tours. We will be touring the pyramids, visiting the Valley of the Kings, and cruising down the Nile through our Egypt Nile cruise tours. We are so excited to experience all that Egypt tours has to offer and to create lasting memories together.
This is just a sample itinerary for a honeymoon in Egypt. With so much to see and do, you can easily tailor your trip to your own interests and budget egypt tours. Whether you want to spend your days exploring ancient sites or relaxing on the beach, Egypt is the perfect destination for a romantic and unforgettable honeymoon.
A representative from our company will greet you and assist you with the passport control processes when you arrive at the Cairo airport. You will be taken from the airport in a private A/C car to your Swiss Inn hotel. Cairo overnight stay
Breakfast. After spending the early part of the day exploring the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos, go to the Valley Temple. The site of the mummification of King Chephren, owner of the second pyramid at Giza In addition, it's the same spot where you can get a close-up look at the Sphinx, a mythical guardian with a lion's body and king Chephren's head who watches over a sizable burial complex.A complete meal is supplied for each guest at a local restaurant for lunch in between visits; however, drinks are not included.
The Egyptian Museum will follow that. There are displays of the biggest and most precious works of Egyptian art. A special exhibition is devoted to the TutankhAmon, a collection of treasures, gold, and jewellery that were buried in his tomb for more than 3,500 years before they were discovered in the 1920s when his tomb was excavated. It features a unique collection of over 250,000 authentic artefacts that date back as far as 5000 years. Cairo's overnight stay
You will be picked up by your tour guide at your Cairo lodging and driven 350 kilometers east to the Bahariya Oasis. After finishing this adventure, which takes around 4 hours, you'll get in your 4x4 Jeep and head to the dark desert. Lunch is going to be served in this oasis close to El Haize.
We'll then travel to the Agabat Valley after that. You must be present to really appreciate the Valley of Agabat's surreal beauty, which is situated deep within Egypt's white desert. Millions of years ago, the area was submerged in water. Unique limestone, chalk, and even sand rock formations developed over time. Our trip of the White Desert National Park will centre on the most well-known desert location in Egypt. As the sky first becomes pink, then the deepest fiery orange, the rock formations disappear and all is silent. You will eat chicken, rice, and vegetables while seated around a little fire and feel as though nothing has ever tasted so exquisite. The Bedouin staff will take care of dinner and sleeping on the desert.
At 06:00 am savor the sunrise. At 7:00 AM, breakfast will be served in the desert before you head to Bahariya Oasis.
On the way back, you will also make a stop at Crystal Mountain, commonly known locally as Gebel al-Izzaz. The hill, which is visible on the right, is made up primarily of quartzite crystals, which are what give it its appellation as "the Jewel of the Desert" and the spectacular beauty it exhibits when lighted by the sun. Recently, by accident, that natural feature was found.
Next, we'll travel to the Bahariya Oasis to unwind in the hot spring known as Bir Sigam. The spring, which is located on Cairo Road 7 km east of Bahariya, is the best hot spring in terms of temperature. then proceed to return to Cairo.
Our representative will pick you up from your accommodation in Cairo so you may see El Fayoum's most important sites. About 95 kilometres separate Fayoum from Cairo. All trips are now made to Wadi El Ryan, which was proclaimed a protected area in 1989. The Wadi Hitan Protected Area is located around 90 kilometres from Fayoum, where we will start our tour (Valley of the Whales). Wadi Hitan, commonly known as the Valley of the Whales, is located inside the Wadi El Rayan Protected Area and was designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site because of the discovery of whale skeletons there that date back 40 million years.
On the way to Wadi El Rayan Water Falls, see Mudawara Mountain before entering the waterfalls. Wadi El Rayan, a natural depression in the western desert formed in 1970 by the overflow of drainage water from the Fayoum farmlands, may have the only waterfalls in all of Egypt. The two lakes that make up Wadi El Rayan are connected by a waterfall. We shall have a late lunch at a fine restaurant. After that, take a transfer back to Cairo.
After breakfast, you will be picked up by our tour guide and driven in a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle from your hotel in Cairo to the Paradise Inn Beach Resort in Alexandria.
You take a tour of the city's most significant Greco-Roman ruins. After visiting the Serapeum, a temple that holds Pompey's Pillar, a red granite column, descend to the eerie Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs. Not to be missed are the nearby mosaics and the meticulously reconstructed Roman amphitheatre.
then Visit the seaside for a feast of Mediterranean seafood. Next, investigate the 15th-century maritime fort that was built on the site of the former Lighthouse of Alexandria, the Citadel of Qaitbay. The National Museum of Alexandria's underwater archaeological exhibits will take you back in time to the prehistoric era.
After that, go on a street food tour of the area to learn more about the varied Egyptian cuisine, which is influenced by Ottoman and Arab customs. Koshary, a zesty dish made with lentils, noodles, and sour tomato sauce, is one of the delectable dishes to try along with kebabs, mixed grills, meze dips, and seafood. To end, ice cream and delicious desserts.
overnight in your hotel at the conclusion
Our tour guide takes you up to see in the morning The Great Library of Alexandria served as the hub for study in the ancient world for many years. Start the day by taking a tour of the stunning new Library of Alexandria, which replaced it. Next, visit a few of Alexandria's most well-known mosques, maybe the Nabi Daniel Mosque and the Mosque of Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi.
Then, after riding down the corniche and over the Stanley Bridge, we'll continue on to the Montazah Palace Gardens. The palace, the former home of the Egyptian pharaohs, isn't accessible to visitors, but you may experience local life by roaming the lush grounds that face the shore and soaking up the breeze.
the conclusion Return to the city after a wonderful sunset horse-and-carriage ride down the corniche, and then savour elegant traditional Egyptian cuisine at the Abou el Sid restaurant. A special drink at a rooftop bar with a view of the sea is the perfect way to round off the evening at one of Alexandria's best hotels.
once more, spend the night at your hotel
Our professional tour guide will pick you up from your Alexandria lodging at 7:00 am and take you to El-Alamein, which is located 240 kilometres northwest of Cairo and 106 kilometres west of Alexandria. Visit the war museum and the cemetery, also known as the Commonwealth Cemetery, which houses the graves of troops from several countries who perished in the fight, as your first stops on your sightseeing tour after arriving in El-Alamein.
On this trip, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the Second World War and other relevant historical events from our expert tour guide because El-Alamein was one of the most significant locations throughout the fight.
After that, we'll start the journey to your Elga hotel in Marsa Matruh.
After meeting with our tour guide, we head for Marsa Matrouh on Egypt's Mediterranean coast. Due of its pristine white sand beaches and tranquil waters, many people believe that Cleopatra herself swam at Marsa Matrouh. We're staying the night at the Ghaliet Ecolodge & Spa,siwa hotel and enjoying a bath in the Mediterranean Sea as well.
After a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, you'll go to the Cleopatra Spring to swim before viewing the Alexander the Great Temple, also known as the Temple of the Oracle, a Siwan restaurant, Lake Fatnas, and driving down the extensive sandy shoreline. hotel stay the night
touring the hot and cold springs of Bir Waheed in a Jeep 4x4 After that, around dark, we'll have genuine Bedouin tea. After breakfast, we set out for Maraki Village to begin our walk over the Siwa Desert. Travel over the desert to Great Siwa Mountain for an amazing archaeological site where the first signs of human habitation reach back to antiquity. Until we reach the fossil section, where we will witness the stony coral reefs from the Cambrian era, we will continue along the dunes on our safari excursion. Then, go to Shaiata Lake, one of the desert's spring-fed lakes, where you may view Flamenco birds, have a relaxing springtime bath, and take in the peace and quiet. There is yet another opportunity to enjoy desert sand.
We'll then travel to another hot spring, (Bir Wahid) spring.
A meal and a night's rest at the Siwa hotel.
Visit the tombs on the summit of the Mountain of the Dead after breakfast at the hotel (Gabal El Maouta). Intriguing tombs including those of MSW Isis, SI Amon, and the Crocodile Tomb are among those present. After seeing the Roman Spring Eye and Abu Sherouf, one of the Siwan Villages, you may continue to the Dakrour Mountains. There may be evidence of Bedouin culture. enter the hotel room.
In Siwa, we have supper and stay the night.
After breakfast, your tour guide will take you to your hotel in Alexandria where you will spend the night. We'll go on to the Alexandria Museum, which was the first museum in the country and has more than 200,000 items. The Old Kingdom through the Roman Empire is all represented in the museum's collection of Egyptian artifacts.
The Jewelry Museum in Alexandria, which has a collection of more than 30,000 pieces of jewellery, will be our next site after stopping for lunch at a nearby restaurant. Jewelry spanning every era of Egyptian history, from the Old Kingdom to the Roman Empire, may be found in the museum's collection. You can rest there when we take you back to your hotel.
Transfer to Cairo airport for your last departure after breakfast.