20 Day Egypt Travel Package

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When you hear the word "honeymoon", what comes to mind? For most people, it's a time to relax and enjoy each other's company after the stress of wedding planning. But for others, a honeymoon is an opportunity to travel and see the world. If you fall into the latter category, then an Egypt honeymoon tour package may be just what you're looking for. Egypt is a country with a rich history and culture, and there's plenty to see and do. Plus, the weather is perfect for a honeymoon – warm and sunny, with a slight breeze. There are a number of different Egypt honeymoon tour packages available, so you can tailor your trip to your own needs and interests. Whether you want to spend your time exploring the ancient pyramids or sailing down the Nile, there's a tour package that's right for you. One of the best things about an Egypt honeymoon tour is that it's relatively affordable. Flights to Egypt are relatively cheap, and once you're there, you can find plenty of affordable accommodation and activities. Plus, you'll get to experience the country in a way that you can't by just reading about it in a book. If you're looking for an unforgettable honeymoon experience.

There is a special museum in Egypt called El Kab Luxor Egypt | El Kab Thebes Luxor. It's like a time machine that takes you back to a long time ago. At this museum, you can learn about how people used to live. It's really interesting because you can read about them and discover the secrets they have. They lived in a different way than we do now, and it's perfect to see and learn about their way of life.

Inclusion
  • Transportation to and from mentioned sites in a modern, air-conditioned luxury vehicle.
  • professional English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to our tour sites.
  • Bottled water during your trip.
  • All transfers in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.
  • All your tours and excursions are by an A/C vehicle.
  • Domestic airfare: Cairo/ Luxor & Aswan / Marsa Allam and Cairo.
  • 7 days hotel accommodation in Cairo on a bed and breakfast basis.
  • 2 days hotel accommodation in Luxor on a bed and breakfast basis.
  • 5 days on Cruise board (Luxor & Aswan) full board (Sightseeing is included).
  • 5 days hotel accommodation in Marsa Allam on a bed and breakfast basis.
Exclusion
  • International flight tickets.
  • Entry visa to Egypt.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Tipping is not included in our trip prices.
  • Optional tours

A representative from Cairo top Tours will meet you at Cairo International Airport, holding a sign that reads "cairo top Tours with your name written on it," and assist you with the airport's arrival procedures before escorting you to the hotel in a luxurious, air-conditioned vehicle. The tour manager will help you check in smoothly at the hotel and go over your vacation schedule with you to determine and confirm pick-up timings for each tour.

Overnight in Cairo.

After breakfast at your Cairo hotel, you'll meet your private guide who will bring you to the Giza Plateau to see one of the ancient world's seven wonders. Three smaller pyramids, as well as Khufu's (Cheops) Great Pyramid, Continue your exploration of the Giza plateau to see the remnants of the funerary temple, Khafre's (kaphren) pyramid, the second-largest pyramid on the Giza site, the pyramid of Mankawra (Mykerinus), and three smaller pyramids. The tour also includes a stop at the Valley Temple, which is a part of the Chephren pyramids, before continuing to the Great Sphinx, a pharaoh's head on a lion's body that dates to that era. There were undoubtedly two purposes for this temple:

Prior to burial, the king's mummy was first purified using this method. Second, it was employed in the king's mummification procedure. You will traverse the plateau after viewing the pyramids so you may take pictures of the three pyramids emerging from the sand with the Cairo cityscape in the backdrop.

then you will go there The Egyptian Museum, also known as the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, is located in Cairo, Egypt. It is home to a sizable collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts that date back about 5000 years and is regarded as the greatest and most priceless collection of Egyptian artifacts in the whole world. The Egyptian Museum, which has thousands of Pharaonic items, including the golden riches of King Tutankhamen, presents about 250,000 real objects, with a representative proportion on display and the balance in storerooms. The Egyptian Museum is one of the first stops on most people's itineraries when traveling to Egypt because it has fascinating items from ancient Egypt on display, including jewelry, headdresses, alabaster vases, toys, and many priceless statues and other artifacts that were kept in his tomb for over 3,500 years before they were discovered in the 1922s during the excavation of his tomb. Proceed to a nearby restaurant for lunch before returning to your hotel.

After breakfast at the hotel, a tour guide will pick you up and drive you to the Step Pyramid of Zoser, the world's oldest significant stone building. It was constructed during the 3rd Dynasty (about 2630 BC) for King Djoser, I Mhotep's museum, a high-ranking official's tomb, and the pyramids of King Titi and King Unas, among others. After that relocation to Memphis, which was established by King Menes and served as the Old Kingdom's capital, the city attained its height of renown as a center for the worship of Ptah, the god of creation and art, during the 6th dynasty. Memphis served as the first capital of Egypt for more than 3000 years. The sphinx made of alabaster that protects the Temple of Ptah serves as a reminder of the once-proud past of the city.The primary object of worship in the city was the Memphis triad, which was made up of the creator deity Ptah, his spouse Sekhmet, and their son Nefertem. Memphis momentarily dropped during the 18th dynasty with the advent of Thebes and the New Kingdom, recovered under the Persians, and then fell solidly into the second position after Alexandria was founded and the 16-meter-tall Statue of Ramses II, the alabaster sphinx, was discovered. then continue to a nearby restaurant for lunch. return to hotel

breakfast and lunch

Our tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation following breakfast to begin our journey. There are tourist attractions in Cairo and things to do in Egypt's capital. The first site you could go is the Salah El Din Citadel, which Salah El Din built in 1183 AD to protect Cairo from the Crusader army on the Moqattam hills. After that, go to the Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque, which was built for Egypt's last monarch Mohamed Ali.

Then, we'll travel across the city in a horse-drawn carriage. This is a fantastic opportunity to experience the city's sights and noises and get a sense of Cairo's speed of life. We'll go on a walking tour after that.

Experience the tranquility of a felucca ride on the River Nile, where you may discover the breathtaking view of Cairo at night or, if you prefer, take in the warm sun or the sunset.

Start your shopping and nighttime trip of Cairo. You will have a wonderful time exploring Tahrir Square (Liberation Square), which will explain everything that occurred on January 25th. Stops will include protest locations and gatherings with individuals in Tahrir Square during the January revolution.

You may pause for a snapshot of the Nile. After that, we'll visit the mosques of El-Azhar and El-Hussien and shop at Khan el-Khalili. Returning to the hotel Cairo overnight stay

You will be picked up from your hotel by our tour guide to begin your trip to Alexandria. Start the journey in the Library of Alexandria, which is currently home to 8 million volumes and is the largest library in the world. See its free museums and open court. You will require a separate ticket in order to access the reading area.Visit the Lighthouse Site next; it was formerly one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and is now the location of the Qaitbey fortress. See the royal palaces of Haramlek and Salamlek, as well as the royal beaches of the queens, and stroll through the royal gardens of King Farouk, the final pharaoh in Egypt's history.

Continue your journey by stopping at the largest and most beautiful mosque in the city, the Abbo Elabbas Mosque, as well as the monument to Alexander the Great and the Unknown Soldier of Alexandria.

Before traveling down the Cornish (30 km) to see the entire city of Alexandria from the seaside, including the historic harbor of Alexandria where we discovered 7000 antiquities underwater, you can stop for lunch (Optional). St. Mark's Church is the oldest church in Africa. Before approaching Alexandria's historic core and strolling through its ancient city center, cross the Stanley Bridge, a well-known feature of contemporary Alexandria. It was erected by Alexander the Great. Return to your hotel in style.

If you have time and want to add more to your schedule, simply let us know what you are interested in, and we will organize it for you at the cost price - no profit to us. There is  many Alexandria Attractions and top things to do.
After checking in, spend the night in Cairo.

following breakfast, Our tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to the Cairo airport to start your new trip. We will take a plane to the ancient city of Luxor, where King Tutankhamun is interred in a spectacular tomb. Our tour guide will welcome you when we arrive in Luxor City and take you to your hotel, the Steigenberger Nile Palace, where you can rest up for your first night in Luxor.

Breakfast.
If you want to make your time in Luxor unique, hot balloon is the way to go. gently passing over the Mountain of the Nobles, the Valley of the Kings, and the Valley of the Queens.
Depending on the weather, the flight lasts for around 30:45 minutes before being transferred to the hotel.

Breakfast. to see The Karnak Temple, the biggest temple ever constructed. The authority of the Theban deity Amun in ancient Egypt progressively grew during the early New Kingdom, and it peaked during the brief Akhenaten-led persecution. The magnificent structures at Karnak are proof that Amun held more than two-thirds of the land that the temples owned during the time of Ramesses III. No Egyptian site is more spectacular than Karnak, despite its severe destruction. The result of several generations of ancient builders, it is the biggest temple complex ever constructed by humans. The Temple of Karnak, which is situated about three kilometers north, consists of three major temples, many smaller enclosed temples, and a number of peripheral temples.

The Temple of Karnak is really made up of three main temples, many smaller enclosed temples, and a number of peripheral temples. It is situated on 100 hectares (247 acres) of land, about three kilometers north of Luxor, Egypt. Actually, the site's current name is Karnak. Ipet-isut, which means "The Most Select (or Sacred) of Places," was its prehistoric name. proceed to the Luxor Temple. It was started by Amunhotep III in the New Kingdom's 18th Dynasty and finished by Ramesses II in the 19th. In the 19th Dynasty, King Ramses II was the most well-known ruler.

After then, a mosque was constructed (the Abu el-Haggag Mosque, completed in the 13th century), and it is still in use today. Transfer to the Nile Cruise. Boarding before Lunch. Lunch on board.

a fantastic breakfast. The Valley of the Kings, one of Egypt's most magnificent ancient tombs, will be our next site. Our next journey will take us to the Deir El Bahari temple. On the way back to the boat, we'll make a stop at the Colossi of Memnon. We'll take you on your Nile cruise after that. Finally, you will enjoy an Egyptian folklore show.

to Edfu by ship. Breakfast is given aboard the ship, after which you will Explore the magnificent Horus temple. After Karnak, the Temple of Edfu is the biggest temple in existence. The temple was constructed during the Ptolemaic era and was devoted to the falcon god Horus. It was located in a place called Apollonopolis Magna, which was recognised in Greco-Roman periods. serving lunch on board, a ship bound for Kom Ombo. The Temple of Sobek and Haroeris in Kom Ombo (also known as Kom Ombo Temple) is a Ptolemaic structure that was built around 180 BC and has extensions from Roman times. It is situated on high land overlooking the Nile.Finally, you will be returned to your Nile cruise ship where you may relax. In the evening, you will enjoy an Egyptian folklore show.

to Aswan via ship. After eating breakfast on board, start your tour of Aswan by going to the High Dam, an engineering marvel built between 1960 and 1970. By better managing yearly river floods and providing water storage for use in agriculture and eventually to produce hydroelectricity, it hoped to boost economic output. The Unfinished Obelisk is the next stop. This obelisk is said to belong to Queen Hatshepsut, one of the kings of the 18th dynasty and the royal wife of king Tuthmosis II. The dam has had a huge influence on Egypt's economy and culture.

The biggest ancient obelisk that is still incomplete is found at Aswan, Egypt, in the northern section of the ancient Egyptian stone quarries. Which pharaoh built this edifice is unknown. It is almost a third bigger than any obelisk from ancient Egypt that has ever been built. If completed, it would have been around 42 meters long and almost 1,200 tonnes heavy. Then go to Isis Island's stunning Temple of Philae and the Granite Quarries, which are both devoted to the goddesses Isis and Hathor. Afternoon tea, dinner on board, and a Galabya party before sailing to Aswan Dinner aboard the ship 

Following breakfast, our Guide will pick you up early from your Nile cruise to tour Abu Simbel's temples in a modern, air-conditioned vehicle. car. Your first trip will be the Ramses II Temple, the bigger and most well-known of the two temples. You will next proceed to the Hathor temple. Then we take you back to your cruise ship so you can spend the night and unwind there.

Our tour guide picks you up at Marsa Allam in the morning via air-conditioned vehicle or via aircraft. Our tour guide will greet you when we get to your hotel—the Hilton Nubia or a comparable establishment—and assist you with checking in and relaxing before the nighttime trip to Marsa Allam.

We took a tour of the city, and our tour guide will be waiting for you there to start the day. We also went to the mosque and the bazaar, where I bought some trinkets. We also saw the city's antiquity. The history of the city and the ruins astounded me. After that, have lunch at a nearby restaurant before we transport you back to your hotel.

We're going on a boat excursion after breakfast. We're going to snorkel and view some incredible fish. We visit a neighbouring island as well, where we find further ruins. You'll love the boat ride, I can assure you of that. We'll then take you back to your hotel.

After breakfast in the early morning at your hotel, the day will be spent relaxing and admiring the beauty of the Red Sea and the wonderful atmosphere of the lovely city of Marsa Allam.

While enjoying breakfast at the Marsa Allam hotel, continue your Egypt day tours. After that, you may spend the day anyway you choose or take part in one of the city's day tours or excursions. In Marsa Allam, spend the night in a hotel.

Our tour guide meets you at your hotel in Marsa Allam, gets you up from the Cairo airport in an air-conditioned car, and spends the rest of the day driving you about.

After breakfast at the hotel, a representative will drive you to the airport and help you with the last-minute departure procedures there.

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Yes, you can ride a camel in the pyramids area, and you can also make another excursion on Quad bike. Our tour leader will help you and will take you from your hotel or the Airport to make your excursion. 

Egypt is a really cool place because it has old stuff from a long time ago. They have big buildings called pyramids and a statue that looks like a lion. There are also special museums where you can see ancient things.

The Pyramids of Giza and Marsa Alam are far away from each other. The distance between them is like going on a really long trip. It is about 660 kilometers if you measure it in a straight line, but if you measure it on the road, it's about 744.2 kilometers. If you don't have a car, the best way to travel from the Pyramids of Giza to Marsa Alam is by taking a bus. The bus ride takes about 8 hours and 25 minutes.

Muhammad Ali Pasha, who is seen as an important person in Egypt's history, wanted to make Egypt better and modern. He asked for this special building to be made in 1830 to remember his son. It took a long time, more than twenty years, to finish building it. At first, it was supposed to be an important mosque for Egypt when it was becoming its own country.

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