There are many ways to enjoy your Egypt Christmas Tour Packages 15 Days in Egypt, which has more than 2,000 kilometres of Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea beaches. From the white sand and clear water of Hurghada to the coral reefs and vibrant fish of Dahab, the national protectorate of Ras Mohamed in Sharm El Shiekh, the strong waves of Alexandria’s North Coast, and the stunning water of Marsa Alam where dolphins roam freely, there is an almost limitless variety of wonderful places to experience.
Egypt has plenty of culture to offer; the nation is covered in historic temples and is brimming with a variety of rich cultural traditions. A diving trip to the Blue Hole in Dahab or Ras Mohamed is essential if you’re seeking for adventure.
One of the best diving locations in the world, the Coral Triangle is situated in the Egyptian region of Sinai Beaches and is sure to mesmerize any visitor. Travel to Egypt in the Christmas, during the cool season, for somewhat cooler temperatures, ideal for touring every inch of this breathtaking nation, as well as the extremely inexpensive prices.
But temperatures in Egypt’s Christmas continue to be cool. Your trip won’t be ruined as a result, especially if you intend to visit Luxor and Aswan. On the other side, going to the Pyramids will be much more delightful because you’ll have access to our air-conditioned automobile all day. A three- or four-night Nile trip would be a delightful Christmas experience. All Nile boats are air-conditioned.
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A quality package often costs well over $2,000 per person for two-week trips to Egypt. For instance, the cost of this National Geographic excursion is $6,000 per person. Therefore, the price for such 11-day trip to Egypt is more than $12,000 per couple.
Egypt is more affordable to go to than regions like Europe, North America, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Egypt is comparable to Southeast Asia in terms of cost for travel. If you are on a tight budget, Egypt has a lot to offer without breaking the bank.
The preferred currency for the $25 visa cost is US dollars, although you may also be able to pay using pounds sterling or euros. The maximum validity period for visas issued on arrival is 30 days. No need to get a visa from a broker. Agents frequently charge more than $25 USD for a visa.
Budgeting up to 1800 EGP (about 120 USD) per day for mid-range travel is advised; luxury travel, which often includes 5-star accommodations, personalized tours, and fine dining, can cost twice as much.
The greatest time to visit Egypt is from October to April, when the weather is colder but the sun is still out. The daytime highs in spring and autumn range from 25 to 30 degrees Celsius, but the evening lows are substantially lower. There is a lot of sunshine and not much rain in Egypt.
I advise visiting Luxor first, then spending 1.5 days touring Karnak, the Luxor Temples, and the Valley of the Kings. This is manageable. Travel to Aswan and visit Abu Simbel and the Philae Temple in the morning.
Most of the time, paying in the local currency will save you money because the pricing (converted) will be lower. The majority of Egypt's ATMs accept bank cards without any issues, usually up to a daily limit of £500.
December is the start of the winter season in Egypt. The typical temperature ranges between 11°C to 21°C. The weather is lovely and warm throughout the day and cooler at night.
December is one of the greatest months of the year to travel to Egypt because of the milder weather and lively atmosphere. Holiday travellers are flooding in, and there are many special events taking place in the lovely weather.
The headquarters of the Luxor Governorate and the most well-known city in Upper (Southern) Egypt, Luxor is renowned for having some of the oldest and most important ancient Egyptian sites. Luxor, which was once known as "Thebes" in ancient Egypt, is often sometimes referred to as the "World's finest open-air Museum."