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12 Days Honeymoon trip to Cairo, Nile Cruise, and White Desert

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Trip to Cairo, Nile Cruise, and White Desert

Egypt is the ideal location for a special trip, whether you're searching for an aromantic Egypt tours. We offer something for everyone, from the magnificent Pyramids of Giza to the exotic Nile Cruise, from the vibrant metropolis of Cairo to the strange White Desert. A 12 days honeymoon trip to Cairo, a Nile cruise, and the White Desert allows you to see the finest of Egypt at a reasonable cost.

Join us on this Egypt travel packages and discover Egypt at its finest. This trip is ideal for you whether you want a luxury escape with your love or an adventure-filled holiday. So, make travel plans right away and get ready for an unforgettable adventure.

In Egypt, there's an attractive museum called Amir Beshtak Palace. It's a special place that can make you feel like you're going back in time. Inside, you can learn about how people used to live a long time ago. It's like finding hidden treasures from the past! These people lived in a different way than we do now, and it's really cool to see and learn about how they lived.

Inclusion

Our staff will meet and welcome you at the airports upon arrival and again when you depart.

8 nights of accommodation at a four-star hotel in Cairo, including breakfast. (Cairo pyramids hotel or similar).

Your accommodation for three nights on a full-board basis on a five-star (Blue shadow ) or similar.

Entry fees for the sights and temples are listed in the itinerary.

a certified tour guide.

The transportation is provided by a luxurious non-smoking car.

Flights within Egypt from Cairo to Aswan and Luxor to Cairo.

Free soft drinks and water bottles.

meals as specified in the 12-Day Cairo, Nile Cruise, and White Desert Tour's complete schedule.

Upon request, stops to get snacks.

Tours for shopping in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan ( Upon request ).

Your Egypt trips are fully taxed and serviced as part of the tour cost.

Exclusion
  • International flight tickets.
  • Egypt entry visa.
  • Beverage during meals.
  • Tipping to the driver, guides, or Nile cruise crew.
  • Tour price doesn't apply during peak seasons like Christmas, New Year, or during Egypt Easter tours.
  • any additional tours in Egypt that are not mentioned in our program.

On your first day, a representative from our company will be waiting for you at Cairo International Airport to take you to your hotel in Cairo in an air conditioned private vehicle and help you with the check in process during Egypt honeymoon tours.

On day 2, you will be transported to the Necropolis of Giza region, which is the first stop on your schedule. You will learn everything there is to know about ancient Egypt.

Our tour will begin at the Giza Pyramids, where you may visit the Valley Temple, the Great Sphinx, and the three Great Pyramids. After that, we'll travel to the Memphis region.

There, in the open-air museum of Memphis, we will have the opportunity to explore the contemporary Mit-Rahina village. Displays there include the alabaster sphinx as well as artifacts and sarcophagi discovered in Mit-Rahina (the contemporary settlement where Memphis once stood), including the colossal tomb of Ramses II. We'll proceed to a nearby restaurant to have lunch after we leave the area.

Our tour guide will then drive you back to your accommodation after we visit the Sakkara pyramid to wrap up the day.

On day 3, We will transport you to downtown Cairo after breakfast at your accommodation so you can see the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square. Your licensed tour guide will take you on a thorough tour of the museum's halls so you can see the treasures it is home to.

We will depart from downtown Cairo and go to a nearby eatery before continuing on to Old Cairo. We will begin our Islamic exploration there by touring the Mamluk Mosque, Sultan Hassan's Madrasas, and the mosque of Ibn Tulun, which was built more than a thousand years ago and is the oldest still-standing mosque in Africa.

After that, your driver and tour guide will accompany you as you go to Coptic Cairo. You will begin your tour of Cairo in the Coptic neighborhood where you will view the Roman fortress of Babylon, an ancient Roman garrison constructed by Emperor Trajan. Head on to the Hanging Church, which was constructed over the fortress's ruins.

We'll also take you to the Abu Serga Church, which is situated over the Holy Family Cavern, and the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Old Cairo, which is one of Cairo's oldest synagogues and has a fascinating history. Together with your guide, learn more about Coptic Cairo before stopping in Old Cairo for lunch at a local restaurant. Finally, our tour guide drops you off at your hotel.

On Day 4, we will be spending more fully exploring Cairo.

Before moving on to Cairo Tower, which was Egypt's tallest building for 37 years until 1998, we'll stop at Salah El-Din Citadel to give you a chance to see some of the architecture from that country's medieval Islamic era. After leaving the tower, we'll go shopping and take a tour of downtown Cairo before stopping for lunch at a local restaurant.

then take you back to your Cairo hotel.

On day 5, After breakfast, a member of our tour staff will meet you in the lobby of your hotel and take you in a cool car to the magnificent Manial Palace of Prince Mohamed Ali Pasha, also known as King Farouk's uncle. In order to create imaginative combinations in spatial design, architectural and interior decorations, and opulent materials, he mandated that it be constructed in a style that blended European Art Nouveau and Rococo with several traditional Islamic architectural styles,

then you will get there. The historic Abdeen Palace in Cairo was constructed to act as one of the official residences of Egypt's former ruling dynasty and the royal family. It is one of the official residences of the President of Egypt and is situated above Qasr el-Nil Street in eastern Downtown Cairo.

After that, you'll proceed to the Baron Palace, which Belgian billionaire Baron Edward Empain built on Al-Oruba Street in Heliopolis, Cairo. Indian architecture was used in the construction of the palace.

You'll be driven back to the hotel after the journey.

On day 6, You will be able to check out of your accommodation in Cairo in the early morning before boarding your domestic flight to Aswan. As soon as you arrive in Aswan, we will help you with the check-in procedures at your Aswan cruise before transporting you to start an enjoyable tour of the high dam, which is regarded as an engineering marvel and was built in the 1960, leaving behind the largest artificial lake in the world. The dam was built to protect Egypt from the destruction that the annual Nile flood used to cause.

You will next be sent to the Unfinished Obelisk, a partially completed artifact that depicts the process of cutting an obelisk and releasing it from a mountain in ancient Egypt. This obelisk was most likely carved when Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most powerful women in ancient Egyptian history, was in power.

After a wonderful ship journey to the island, go on to the Philae Temple, the center of the temple of Goddess Isis, the major deity of the island. Without a worldwide salvage campaign to relocate the temple, the temple would have been completely drowned under the rising sea.

then return you back to the cruise overnight.

On day 7, You will travel 45 kilometers north of Aswan in the morning with your tour guide to Kom Ombo Temple to explore the temple's intriguing architecture. The rest of the day will be spent sailing to Edfu.

On day 8, of your journey, we will arrive at the Edfu Temple. One of Egypt's best-preserved temples, honoring the worship of the god Horus. Before going to Luxor, we will take a thorough tour of the temple and capture some great photos.

The New Kingdom pharaohs constructed the magnificent Luxor Temple, a breathtakingly elegant monument in the center of the contemporary town, which you will visit after breakfast on board.

Then, start your adventurous day by going to the Valley of the Kings. In an effort to hide their wealth and protect their mummies, the New Kingdom pharaohs there carved their tombs into the mountains.

Your tour guide will explain everything from the outside because there is no inside instruction for the tombs. Explore the top 3 tombs from the ones that are accessible after that. The tombs of King Tuthmosis I, King Tuthmosis III, Tut-Ankh-Amon, King Ramses VI, King Mrenptah, and Amenhotep II are the ones that are well known.

The only pharaonic woman to rule ancient Egypt, Queen Hatshepsut, the daughter of Thutmosis I, built the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, also known as El Dir El Bahari, after reigning for around 20 years during the 18th Dynasty (about 1490–1469 B.C.).

The Colossi of Memnon, remnants of Amenhotep III funerary temple, will be our final stop. After that, we'll transfer you to a nearby restaurant for lunch before returning you to your Luxor hotel.

You'll be transported back to your cruise that evening.

You can check out of your cruise on day10, before catching a domestic flight back to Cairo. transfer you to Cairo hotel, check-in, and overnight.

After breakfast , our representative will pick you up from your hotel and take you to a private air-conditioned vehicle so we can begin our day in the White Desert, an outdoor museum of the desert environment, geological phenomena, fossils, and fauna.

You will get the opportunity to discover the grandeur of sand dune vistas as well as limestone rock formations, white chalk, and their fossils, and once you've had your fill of this magnificent region, you'll take a break for a filling lunch in a nearby neighborhood eatery.

Visit the Black Desert after lunch for a breathtaking view of the region's craggy, mountain-like domes that stand out against the surrounding sand.

After that, go into the picturesque Agabat valley, which is close by and features majestic white cliff walls

Continue to Crystal Mountain, an incredibly rare structure that glistens and glows in the Egyptian sun and is composed completely of calcite crystal.

The White Desert, which received its name from the huge area of white sand it contains, is the next stop. It is possible to climb a few sand dunes for breath-taking views that never seem to end.

At last, relax as you return to the hotel in Cairo and spend the night there.

After you check out for the last time, we will meet you in the lobby of your hotel and drive you to Cairo International Airport, where you will catch a flight to your home country.

Price

4*hotel in Cairo : Cairo pyramids or similar- 5* Standard Nile cruise : Blue shadow or similar

# May-Sep Oct-April
Solo __ $2050.00
Double __ $1720.00
Triple __ $1690.00

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