Explore Egypt’s modern and ancient attractions with family excursions to see why this classic tourist destination is so popular. This family-friendly Egypt tour includes all the must-see attractions, off-the-beaten-path activities, and pool time. This family vacation to Egypt will fill the photo album and have you reminiscing for years to come, whether you’re riding in a felucca down the Nile, eating with a Nubian family, or playing “guess who got the Sphinx’s nose.”
With the help of knowledgeable local guides, visit historic landmarks like the Pyramids, Sphinx, and Valley of the Kings and learn more about their history. This journey provides several opportunities to engage with the populace and see how they live today. Including a meal with a Nubian family in a hamlet outside of Aswan. On a morning trip down the Nile aboard a classic Nile cruise, observe the dawn’s light on the Saharan sand dunes. On this vacation, there will be planned tours and downtime. Check out historic sites like the Temple of Isis during the day, then unwind by the pool in the late afternoon. Egypt might be intimidating, especially if you’re traveling with children, but your local leader’s assistance and thought-out, well-balanced schedule make for a stress-free vacation. Explore Egypt in a few days with your family, make memories with them and fill your albums with unforgettable memories.
Imagine a nation that had the allure of the Middle East, and the passion of Africa. A location where historic medinas provide a look into former imperial capitals and where ancient civilizations coexist with striking scenery. The entire family can now experience Egypt’s allure on an action-packed trip that travels from the magnificent city of Cairo to the town of all the history Luxor, stopping along the route at everything from pristine beaches to camel-clad deserts. Therefore, the appeal of Egypt will be difficult to resist whether it is in spice-infused back alleys, among crumbling Roman ruins, or underneath the snow-capped Atlas Mountains.
The pyramids require a good lot of walking, and it may become rather hot in the summer. Make sure your family has dressed appropriately, is wearing sunscreen, and has access to lots of water. Bring thick clothing as well because evenings might get chilly. The easiest method to deal with the difference in temperature between day and night is to dress in layers.
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COVID-19 precautions apply to all Egypt United Trips tours and holidays. Most tours give face masks, clean cars after each journey, and minimize audience engagement. Egypt offers open-air tours of the Pyramids, Amro Ibn El-Ais Mosque, and other landmarks.
Pre-departure PCE testing is required. Displaying a recent immunization certificate circumvents this law. AstraZeneca, Janssen, and Pfizer vaccines may be utilized. This includes Sputnik V, Sinovac, and BioNTech. Bring proof at the airport. Egypt requires a 14-day COVID-19 quarantine.
Off the red list. Egypt is now safe to visit. Spectacular surprise! Covid patients decrease when immunisation rates rise. Avoid strangers and dark alleyways alone. Follow your instinct while talking to people, especially in Egypt.
Visas can be obtained online at Visa2Egypt or at the nearest consulate. E-visas can last three months. Apply for a visa before traveling, especially for business or work.
Egypt eVisas are available to travelers.
Fill out the online form and pay with a credit or debit card for a single or multiple-entry Egypt eVisa. Apply at least seven days before your trip. Approved applicants receive Egypt e-visas.
An Egypt business visa requires a valid passport with at least six months remaining, a properly completed and signed visa application form, passport-sized photos, confirmed air tickets, a cover letter from the organization, an invitation letter from business partners in Egypt, proof of stay, and a negative corona test.
Egypt's visa restrictions dictate this. Visa categories and prices. One-entry tourist visas cost $25 USD. Multiple-entry visas cost $60.
Visa debit cards can be used everywhere Visa is displayed. Thousands of Egyptian retailers accept HSBC debit cards, along with 28 million worldwide. Credit cards are a third safe money transfer option. Egypt's mid- and high-end hotels accept Visa and MasterCard most often. American Express is less widespread yet accepted at luxury locations. Egypt seldom accepts Diner's Club.
Most tourists visit Egypt between October and April when temperatures are milder but still bearable. This makes viewing ancient pharaonic tombs, the desert Pyramids, and Cairo's busy streets while avoiding sunburn more comfortable. Always bring a hat and sunglasses to Egypt.
Egyptian excursions are fun since they take you back to different civilizations, places, and methods. Given Egypt's health, even a once-in-a-lifetime trip is encouraged. Egypt has shown considerable adaptability in both pandemic rounds. The numbers weren't high until the Egyptian health government-backed vaccination initiatives, which drastically reduced them. Another benefit is that travelers must still undergo PCR testing upon arrival.
June, July, and August average 86–95°F (30 to 35 degrees Celsius). Kharga's 50.3 degrees Celsius was Egypt's hottest temperature (122.54 degrees F). Luxor can reach 50°F.
Asia and the Middle East call tipping "backsheesh". While street vendors and marketplaces accept spare change, restaurants and cafés often get 10–15 percent tips.
Many Egyptian cities, including Dahab, advise against brushing with tap water. Keep bottled water on hand for drinking, brushing, and maybe washing your hair. Never drink from open containers. Reusable water bottles are greener.
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Egypt imports freshwater from the Nile River and subsurface aquifers. The Nile River provides 93% of Egypt's water, therefore many Egyptians drink, cook, brush their teeth, and wash their clothes with it even if some villages haven't properly cleaned it.