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6 Honeymoon Destinations for Adventurous Newlyweds



We usually choose a popular destination and guide you through its details, but this time, we’re creating a list targeting the adventure junkies, those who like living on the edge and aren’t afraid of trying new things! This one goes to the adventurous couple…

Those who’re looking to start their life on a high note and are the daring kind of couple, so if you’re more of a lie-on-a-beach-with-a-coconut couple, this guide isn’t for you.

As for the risk lovers reading this, here are 6 amazing honeymoon destination to have quite the adventure in!

Namibia, Africa

300 days of sunshine a year, a desert experience like no other and the best wildlife on the planet! What else would one need? The country is also distinguished by the Namib Desert along its Atlantic Ocean coast and is home to diverse wildlife, including a significant cheetah population.

Also, rumor has it that this one of the destinations that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose for their honeymoon! Click here to read more about it.

Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Pichhu is every hiker’s dream destination for this specific killer view, it’s a marvel of mortar-free limestone architecture perched on a high plateau deep in the Amazonian jungle. Climbing to the top will greet you to a breathtaking views of the ancient Inca ruins, before travelling, make sure you read more on what to bring and what not to bring to Machu Picchu. 


It’s practically on top of anyone’s travel wish list for its beautiful sites, I mean imagine the thrill of hiking through achingly beautiful terrain, through waterfalls, and along desolate!

New Zealand

If you’re all about the outdoors and taking on new adventures then New Zealand makes an excellent choice as a getaway, you’ll get to hike through unbelievable terrain, tour its coastline and waterways by kayak and if you’re seeking more sense adventure, you can zip line or skydive!

Rocky Mountains, Colorado

Caution: This isn’t only adventurous but spooky as well! Book a plush cabin at Dunton Hot Springs which was previously a site for a 19th-century ghost mining town! It is home to five amazingly sulfur-free hot springs and several authentic Wild West outings to choose from starting with snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, fly fishing to horseback riding, mountain biking, heli-skiing and even dogsledding. It depends of course on what time of the year you’re visiting.

Cape Town, South Africa

Looking to mix between luxury and adventure? Then Cape Town is the obvious choice, start your journey by scaling the iconic Table Mountain and book a private boutique hotel set in the middle of secret gardens and at night, take a full-moon hike to the steep Lion’s Head!

And of course don’t skip the safaris, Lions, elephants, leopards and more wildlife creatures await you!







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Grand Egyptian Museum Granted Three ISO Certificates Reflecting Its Excellence




Another reason to be proud of our Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), as if we needed more reasons!

Major General Atef Moftah, General Supervisor of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), received on behalf of the museum two ISO certificates: a certificate of accreditation of international standards for environmental management systems (ISO 14001: 2015) and certification of the international standard specifications for the quality management systems (ISO9001: 2015).

File: The three ISO certificates received by GEM.

Engineer Mohamed Habib, General Manager of OSS Middle East and Dr. Tarek Rizk, consultant of OSS Middle East and witnessed by Dr. Hussein Kamal, were the ones to present the certificated in the presence of General Director of the GEM Conservation Center, Dr. Eissa Zidan, Director of Executive Affairs of GEM Conservation and Transportation, and Dr. Elshimaa Eid, Head of Health and Safety at GEM.

This brings the total of certificated that the museum has been awarded to three, as the museum obtained the ISO certificate for occupational safety and health last September.

It’s also worth mentioning that this makes the GEM the only museum regionally and internationally to obtain three ISO certificates in less than 60 days!

These certificates resemble the positive impact that the museum have on the area and its surroundings, it also positions the museum as a sustainable and environmental museum.


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Diving & Scuba Activities to Resume in Parts of South Sinai




As of December, diving and scuba activities for yachts on cruises will resume in six nature reserve diving sites in South Sinai, according to a statement made by Egypt’s Ministry of Environment.

The diving sites include: the Temple, North Laguna, South Laguna, White Island, Electricity, and Map.

The decision by Egypt’s Environmental Affairs Agency follows the cessation of diving activities that lasted for nine months, in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Egypt’s health ministry announced Wednesday that South Sinai, Minya, Suez and Ismailia have recently seen a drop in infection rates, unlike Cairo and Alexandria.

According to the statement, “These sites were chosen after carrying out a number of field studies and scientific surveys, and after ensuring that they are distinguished by all the appropriate environmental requirements for diving sites to achieve the enjoyment of those involved in diving activities,” quoting Minister of Environment Yasmine Fouad.



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43 Floating Hotels & Nile Cruises Obtain Health and Safety Certificates




So far, a total number of 43 floating hotels and Nile Cruise ships have obtained the government mandated health and safety certificates. 

These hotels and ships have started the resumption of their trips in October and ever since, they have been obtaining the certificates that are approved by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the Ministry of Health and Population and the Egyptian Hotels Association (EHA). 

According to a statement from the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, these floating hotels obtained the certificates for meeting the health and safety requirements set out by the Egyptian government and the World Health Organization (WHO).

The ministry’s inspection committees approved 26 floating hotels between Luxor and Aswan last week, including: Nile Dolphin Hotels; Solaris 1; Premium; Amo Boat; Abercrombie 2; Zaina; Medea; La Travita; Tosca; Beau Rivage 1; Château Lafayette; Esmeralda; Champollion 2; Abercrombie Nile Adventure; Crown Jewels; Royal; Regency Louvain; Miss World; Nile Plaza; Nile Shams; Emilio; Miss Beau Rivage 2; Nile Marquis; Blue Shadow; and Farah. In addition to these, the Nile Vision and River Boats in Cairo also received ministry approval to resume their trips.

The inspection committees will continue looking at the rest of Egypt’s floating hotels, the ones that submitted applications for the certificate.


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