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8 Days Cairo Luxor Marsa Alam Egypt Honeymoon package

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8 Days 78 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

2 people




Book your 8 Days Cairo Luxor Marsa Alam Egypt Honeymoon package and enjoy the best of our Egypt tours. Explore best things to do in Giza when you visit Giza Pyramids, The great Sphinx, Valley temple and the Queens Pyramids. In fact, Luxor is a must-see city especially Valley of the Kings and Tutankhamun tomb. Learn more about ancient Egypt history, ancient Egyptian religion when you visit Luxor particularly the New Kingdom. Also, you will visit the amazing Hatshepsut temple in Deir El Bahari and Memnon Colossi on the west bank in our Luxor day tours. While, Karnak temple on the east bank and Luxor temple will be some of Luxor attractions. After, the historical tour to Egypt tourist attraction, you will go to spend some day by the best beaches of Marsa Alam.

Marsa Alam tours offers the crystal-clear water, Red Sea coral reefs while snorkeling with the chance to know more about the Marine Life of the Red Sea. Some of the best things in Marsa Alam is Sataya dolphin house where you can swim with dolphins in their natural homes. At the end of your Egypt tour packages and before you go home, you will catch the best of Christian Cairo, Islamic Cairo and Jewish Cairo. Enjoy some of the top Cairo tourist attractions such as Saladin Citadel, the alabaster mosque of Mohamed Ali. Then end your tour in Old Cairo where you can visit the Hanging Church, Abu Serga Church where Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ spend three months and Ben Ezra Synagogue.

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  • Giza Pyramids
  • The Great Pyramid of Khufu
  • Valley Temple Of Khafre
  • The Great Sphinx
  • Grand Egyptian Museum
  • Citadel of Saladin
  • Alabaster mosque
  • El Moez street
  • Khan El Khalili
  • Valley of the Kings
  • Hatshepsut temple
  • Memnon Colossi
  • Karnak temple
  • Marsa Alam


Day 1 Cairo

Welcome to the land of Pharaohs, once you arrive at Cairo International Airport, our representative will help you with the arrival procedures then take you in a private car to your hotel to have smooth check-in.
Dinner Cruise
Special honeymoon gift, two hours on board a luxury Nile Cruise boat sailing the Nile River with dinner and folkloric show. Enjoy your dinner with live music and belly dancer show and Tanoura show. Also, you can enjoy Cairo by night from the sundeck while sailing. After that, we drive you back to the hotel.

Day 2 Cairo

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel then join your Egyptologist guide to a full day guide tour to Giza tourist attractions.
Giza Pyramids
Giza Pyramids is one of the best things to do in Egypt and they are on the top of Egypt tourist attractions. A visit to Giza Pyramids will allow you to catch many birds with one stone like having some memorable photos, Besides, learning about ancient Egyptian history during the fourth dynasty, Old Kingdom and the famous Egyptian Pharaohs. In fact, touring the Great Pyramid of Cheops, Chephren Pyramid, and Menkaure Pyramid will offer you good idea about architecture in ancient Egypt, and engineering.
Lunch Meal
Enjoy your lunch meal in the 9 Pyramids lounge from the highest point in the Pyramids area where you can see all the Pyramids align. Also, from there you can see in distance the Step Pyramid, and Dahshour Pyramids such as the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid.
Valley temple
One of the great achievements of ancient Egyptian Civilization is mummification but where they mummified the kings and who mummified them. Anyhow, the Valley temple was the place where they performance mummification or Opening of the Mouth ritual to enable the kings to get his senses back.
The Great Sphinx
End your Giza Pyramids tour with the famous statue known as Sphinx with human head and lion body. Another very important highlight is the Dream Stele of prince Thutmose IV from the 18th dynasty, New Kingdom.
The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum is the biggest in the world and is home to all the Egyptian artifacts from the Old Kingdom, Middle kingdom, and New Kingdom. Also, the treasures of Tutankhamun found in his tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor. Besides, the treasures of Hetepheres, Yuya and Tuya treasures, Cheops Boat, and the Hanging Obelisk. Afterwards, you can admire the Papyri talk about medicine in ancient Egypt, Mythology, Pyramids texts, and hereafter.
Finally, you can see the slaves’ statues, wooden maquettes, Amarna art, and Akhenaten and Nefertiti treasures.
At the end of your tour in the Museum, you will go back to your hotel for overnight.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 3 Cairo Luxor

Early morning departure to Cairo airport to fly to Luxor. Upon arrival your guide will join you to Karnak temple.
Karnak temple
Start your Luxor tourist attractions with the biggest temple in the world, Karnak temple. The tour will allow you to witness the architecture in ancient Egypt, sculpture, and Engineering. Moreover, the wall reliefs explain a lot about ancient Egyptian religion, and the daily rituals in the Egyptian temples.
Also, there are a lot to see like Ptah temple, Khonsu temple, Mut temple, and Osiris Chapel. Besides, the amazing Festival Hall of Thutmose III, Barque shrines of Ramesses III from the 20th dynasty. In addition, the Great Hypostyle Hall, The Sacred Lake, Scarab, Botanical Garden, Red Chapel of Hatshepsut and the White Chapel of Senusret I are a must see.
Lunch Meal
Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant then have check-in at your Luxor hotel and free time till afternoon.
Luxor by night
After having some rest, you will join your guide to explore Luxor temple by night and walk the avenue of Sphinxes. King Amenhotep III from the 18th dynasty started Luxor temple while Ramesses the Great finished it. Moreover, Hatshepsut, Tutankhamun, Horemheb and others added many reliefs to the temple walls. Watch the reliefs of Kadesh battel, Divine Birth of Amenhotep III, and the Opet Festival Hall. Also, Luxor Cache, Ramesses the great 6 colossi, Obelisk, and Alexander the great Chapel is a must-see.
At the end of your tour, you will go back to your hotel for overnight.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 4 Luxor Marsa Alam

Morning breakfast then check-out to start your Luxor tourist attractions on Luxor west bank.
Valley of the Kings
A must-see site as it is one of the most visited 3 attractions in Egypt together with Abu Simbel and Giza Pyramids. In fact, All the kings starting with Thutmose I of the eighteenth dynasty, nineteenth dynasty kings, and also twentieth dynasty kings are buried in the Valley. The very famous tomb here is that of Tutankhamun because it was the only tomb found intact. The valley is known for what’s called the Curse of the Pharaohs and the grave robbers. The walls of the tombs are covered with hieroglyphic inscriptions, religious books such as Book of the Dead, Book of Imyduat, Book of Night, Book of heavenly cow, and Opening of the Mouth.
All the books talk about ancient Egyptian religion and their idea about the afterlife and the relation of the kings with the Egyptian Gods. Thus, with your ticker you can visit 3 of the opened tombs including tomb of King Ramses V, tomb of King Ramesses I, tomb of King Ramesses X, tomb of King Ramesses XI, tomb of Merenptah, and tomb of King Ramesses III.
After you finish your tour to the Valley, you will proceed to the next stop
Hatshepsut temple
The Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut in Deir El Bahari is one of the best things to do in Luxor. Indeed, the temple is one of the few royal places where you can see daily life of the Egyptians. Here, you can witness the agriculture in ancient Egypt, trade in ancient Egypt, fishing in ancient Egypt, and the clothing in that time.
That’s not all, the temple has an amazing chapel for Hathor, another one for Anubis, and a venue of Sphinxes. Besides, the Queen propaganda called the Divine Birth and the Punt Expedition.
Colossi of Memnon
Enjoy few minutes in front of the second biggest statues in Egypt after the massive ones of Abu Simbel. Amenhotep III decorated the entrance of his Mortuary temple with his statues show him in seated position on the throne with his mother Mutemwiya and wife queen Tiye. After strong earth quack in 27 BC, they suffered from cracks and the Greek called them Memnon. Listen from your guide about the Greek legend behind the name? And shoot some phots.
Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant near the Colossi of Memnon.
At the end of your tour, you will head to Marsa Alam with a coffee break on the way. Enjoy smooth check-in and overnight.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 5 Marsa Alam

After having your breakfast, you can enjoy the hotel beach to sunbath, snorkel to discover the Red Sea coral reefs, Red Sea fish and the Red Sea Marine Life.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 6 Marsa Alam

After having your breakfast, you can enjoy the hotel beach to sunbath or you can join one of our snorkeling sea trips to Sataya dolphin house or Marsa Mubarak. Meanwhile, you can spend a day scuba diving Marsa Alam if you like and explore the Marine life in the Red Sea, Red Sea coral reel and Red Sea fish.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 7 Marsa Alam Cairo

Enjoy your breakfast then transfer to fly to Cairo. Upon arrival, your guide will join you to your Cairo attractions of the day.
The Citadel of Saladin
This Cairo tourist attraction was built by Saladin in 1176 AD on the highest point between the Nile River and Moqattam Hills. While, Ayyubid Dynasty, Mamluks Dynasty, and Ottoman Dynasty used it as a seat of the government for about 700 years. Later on, Khedive Ismail moved the seat of government from the Citadel to Abdeen Palace.
Moreover, there are a lot to see such as the Military Museum, Sultan al-Nasir Muhammad ibn Qalaun Mosque, Mosque of Sulayman Pasha.
Alabaster Mosque
One of the best things to do in Cairo is to visit the Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali. Mohamed Ali mosque best known for the two minarets, the huge Clock, two pulpits, Mausoleum, Ablution fountain, and the big dome.
Then you will go to Old Cairo or the Multi religious area
Hanging Church
One of the best things to do in Cairo is to visit the Old Cairo area or the multi religious compound. The Hanging Church or Al Muallaqa is one of the most iconic Churches in Old Cairo on the basilica style. The twin bell towers, the 13 columns and one of them is dark represents Judas, 110 icons are among the best you can see here.
Abu Serga Church
Another Cairo attractions especially the Church is associated to the Holy Family's journey through Egypt. The Church is known as Saints Sergius and Bacchus Church and it was built on the ruins of the Roman Fortress of Babylon. In fact, it is the oldest in Cairo till now.
Ben Ezra Synagogue
The Synagogue was built in the basilica style like Coptic Churches because it was a Coptic Church belonging to the Hanging Church. But when the Christian were not able to pay the taxes calculated by Ahmed Ibn Tulun, Abraham Ben Ezra bought the Church. Indeed, the Moses Box and the Geniza are the most important Jewish tourist attractions.
Khan El Khalili Bazaar
In the heart of Cairo and is the most famous Bazaar in Cairo where you can find new, old and everything you can imagine. Also, you are few steps far from El Moez street where you can admire every single inch there.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 8 final departure

Enjoy your last hearty breakfast at the hotel then be ready for your transfer to Cairo airport for your final departure according to your flight time.


  • Meet and assist at Cairo airport
  • Round transfer with air-conditioned vehicle
  • Knowledgeable Egyptologist tour guide
  • 4 nights accommodation at a 4**** hotel in Cairo
  • 1 night accommodation at a 5***** hotel in Luxor
  • 3 nights accommodation at 5 ***** hotel Marsa Alam
  • Entrance fees to all the places in the itinerary
  • Private A.C vehicle during all transfers
  • Dinner cruise in Cairo
  • All Service Charges and Taxes
  • Entrance fee for any of the Pyramids from inside
  • Tutankhamun tomb
  • Tipping

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