Egypt Holiday Packages From Australia

Egypt Holiday Packages From Australia

Egypt Holiday Packages From Australia 2022/2023

As long as you enjoy your Egypt Holiday Packages from Australia and make the most of it, you have nothing to worry about. An Egypt United Tours representative at the airport will assist you with your entry visa, luggage, and locating our pleasant driver. A knowledgeable Egyptologist will be on hand to help you make the most of your trip, and check-in and check-out will be handled by us.

Our services in Egypt Tours packages from Australia include food and entertainment nights, which are quite popular with our audiences. Take advantage of the free nights to explore on your own and buy mementos from the Bazar or outdoor markets. Egypt United Tours can help you save time, money, and effort. Working with a local travel agent will allow you to save up to 15% on your trip. You’re in for a fun, memorable, and simple tour with us!

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Discover Ancient Egypt, Islamic Egypt, Coptic Egypt, the Roman Empire, the Mamluks, and Modern Egypt. In order to begin your life-long journey, you need to book a flight at a reasonable price and of decent quality. As a result of inexperience or insufficient time, we can help in selecting a flight that is most suitable for your needs and budget. One of our Egypt Tour Coordinators in your home country will be able to assist once you’ve purchased your Egypt Tour Packages from Australia online with us. No, Egypt United Tours won’t disappoint you.

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Airports in Australia to fly from

There are many airports in Australia that you may catch your flight to Egypt when you intend to go on an Egypt Tour Packages from Australia, such as Sydney Airport which is the busiest airport in Australia and the largest city in the country. Business and first-class lounges are available at the airport, which is divided into three terminals. Known as Tullamarine Airport, Melbourne airport is Australia’s second busiest airport after Sydney Brisbane airport is the state’s primary airport and capital city. WA’s capital city, Perth, is home to Australia’s main airport, connecting the state to all major cities.

Flight Duration from Australia

Egypt’s visitors who have already booked one of Egypt Tours packages from Australia might be concerned with flights durations. Flights from Australia, Sydney, in a one-stop flight to Egypt’s Cairo international airport take 21 hours and fifty minutes. On the other hand, 1-stop flights traveling from Melbourne have almost the same duration 21 hours and 40 minutes. Traveling to Egypt from Adelaide in a single-stopping break flight would take a day and an hour. Direct flights; although, rare and expensive would take only 16 hours and 4 minutes.

Best Airports in Egypt

As the most popular and important international airport in Egypt, Cairo International Airport is the largest and busiest. Cairo International Airport is smaller than airports such as Hurghada International Airport, Luxor International Airport, Sharm El-Sheik International Airport, and others. We arrange meetings and greeting for all Egypt Tour Packages from Australia guests at All International Airports in Egypt. Our Egypt United Tours airport adviser is always ready to assist you with your bags and entry visa. Upon arrival in Egypt, he/she will direct you to our driver, who will take you in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel and assist you with the check-in process. Stay tuned for an amazing experience and prepare your camera.

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Related FAQ

Can Australian travel to Egypt during coronavirus?

A valid passport and a visa to Egypt is a must to travel Egypt. After booking your trip and obtaining a visa. Let's start with the basics. You must get a proof of a negative drug test taken 72 hours prior to departure, as well as proof of legitimate health insurance.

Can Australian get Egypt visa on arrival?

Yes, after they arrive at Cairo International Airport, they can obtain their entrance visa with the help of Egypt United Tours' airport consultant. Other nations' passport holders must apply for visas, as do passport holders from other countries. A 30-day Egypt visa charges $25 at the Cairo International Airport's bank kiosks.

Can Australian get Egypt visa online?

You can apply for an online visa, and the answer to that question is yes. Paying Visa fee online can be through credit card or debit card. Please submit applications at least seven days before your travel date to be for consideration. Soon after approving the applications, applicants receive electronic Egypt visas in the form of an email.

Are tours to Egypt safe?

Violence and other forms of crime are rare in Egypt compared to other Western countries, according to Lonely Planet's research. We recommend a tour guide and group housing to feel more comfortable. At night, you can walk in any place in Egypt. It's advisable to avoid empty streets.

How much does it cost to go to Egypt from Australia?

Flights costs from Australia to Egypt depends on the time of departure if it is too soon or not, the class, and the number of stops. The average is 1400 dollars and it can reach 5000$ if it is the last minutes' flight. For Egypt United Tours customers, the costs of the package depends on the number of days and hotel category you prefer. 7 days could range from 600 USD to 1900 USD.

How long does it take to fly from Australia to Egypt?

Flights from Sydney, Australia, to Cairo, Egypt, in a one-stop journey, take 21 hours and 50 minutes. In contrast, one-stop flights from Melbourne take about the same amount of time to complete: 21 hours, 40 minutes. In a single stopover trip from Adelaide to Cairo, it would take a day and a half. Rare and expensive direct flights would take only 16 hours, 4 minutes.

What is the best period to tour Egypt?

During the months of October and April, temperatures are colder but still pleasant in Egypt. This makes wandering the hectic streets of Cairo, visiting the Pyramids in the desert, and exploring old pharaonic tombs more pleasurable.

Can Australians travel to Egypt?

Yes they can. Also, Australian passport holders are eligible to receive tourist entry visa to Egypt on arrival. On other hand, for business and study visas you must apply to the Egyptian diplomatic and consular missions in Australia in order to complete the residence procedure in Egypt.

Can Australian travel to Egypt from USA?

Yes, they totally can at the moment since international trips are back since July 2021. Most Importantly, they should have a valid passport, and negative PCR test 72 hours before arrive to Egypt. Nothing can prevent travelers from Australia to fly to Egyptian lands if they have all the supporting documents. You can reach our Egypt United Tours online assistant for further information about the flight.

How much is a visa to Egypt from Australia?

The visa price is US$25, payable in pounds sterling, US dollars, or euros, depending on the country. Australians can obtain tourist visa to Egypt at any airport and it's valid for a maximum of 30 days after the date of issue. Besides, Australian Citizens don't require an agent to obtain a visa on arrival to Egypt. The cost of obtaining a visa from an agent is often higher than US$25.00, or if you need it urgently and you have to get your visa generated as fast as possible.

Does Egypt require quarantine?

If you don't have all of your immunizations on hand, it's advisable to avoid playing with street cats and dogs. Consider dressing modestly when you attend a religious location. Photographs of police and military persons, vehicles, and structures are not permitted in Egypt unless prior authorization has been granted by the government.

Are international flights open to Egypt?

Due to the Covid pandemic, many International flights to Egypt were stopped in March 2020, and finally, it was resumed again in June 2021.

How long does it take to fly to Egypt from Sydney?

One-stop flights from Sydney, Australia, to Cairo, Egypt, take 21 hours, 50 minutes. Comparatively, one-stop flights from Melbourne take 21 hours, 40 minutes to accomplish. Adelaide to Cairo in one stopover would take about a day and a half. It would take only 16 hours, 4 minutes to complete rare and expensive direct flights. Also, at Egypt United Tours we can arrange Egypt holiday packages from Australia with air fare.

Is Egypt safe for solo female Travelers?

As a result of our efforts to promote awareness about women's rights in Egypt, we've seen some promising outcomes in recent months. Therefore, harassment is taken very seriously in Egypt. Already, harassment has decreased since the "Speak Up" initiatives were implemented. Always travel with others in a group and use common sense wherever you go, no matter what the situation.

What should I avoid in Egypt?

The consumption of tap water is not recommended; instead, you should carry a reusable bottle or purchase bottled water... Avoid scratches and bites by avoiding betting on street cats and dogs if you don't have all your immunizations with you. Try to dress modestly when visiting a religious place of worship. Egypt does not allow the taking of photos of police or military people, vehicles, or buildings without permission. following this will make you enjoy very much your Egypt holiday packages from Australia.

Can Australian travel to Egypt this Summer?

Yes, foreign travel to Egypt is now open with a valid entry visa, passport, and negative PCR test. Travelers from Australia to Egypt can visit if they have the necessary documentation. For further information on the flight, you can contact our Egypt United Tours, online assistant to arrange you the best Egypt holiday packages from Australia.

What language is spoken in Egypt?

Arabic is Egypt's official language as well as its national tongue. Egyptians with higher education levels are more likely to be able to talk and write in the English language. Additionally, English-speaking adults and youths are on the rise, as is the number of individuals with a college degree and young adults who speak English. This is as a result of the increasing number of English-speaking tourists visited Egypt the last 20 years.

Is travel banned to Egypt?

Short answer No, as Many Countries including Australia, UK, USA and Canada have lifted the travel ban to Egypt on 2021.

Should I travel to Egypt now?

Yes, as the vaccination rates increase, the covid-19 situation started to be a lot better. Also, the precautions are still applicable and obligatory. Egypt is a safe place now especially if you compare it to other countries, and the international flights resumed last July. The tour would be unforgettable, and you will get through a lot of cultures and history in number of days. Travel in time in Egypt’s temples, pyramids, tombs, deserts, mosques, museums, churches, Sea and explore the beauty of Egyptian nature.

Do and don'ts in Egypt?

Dos
· Make sure you get the vaccine approval certificate.
· Take hard copies for your 3 passports and flight tickets.
· Make sure to bring your medications if any.
· Bring a swimming suit for Hurghada.
· Bring a good book about Egypt “I recommend the Alchemist”
· Bring a charger for your mobile and Camera.
· Bring a Portable charger in case you need to use it when you are outside.
· Bring a jacket for night.
· Bring a hate.
· Bring Sunglass
· Bring Sunblock
· Bring bens for children how ask for money.
· Bring comfortable walking shoes.
· Call your bank and inform them that you are traveling to Egypt and you might use your ATM card or credit card.
· Exchange your money from a bank or from official exchange office. Not from street.
· Write your dairy daily about your trip to Egypt.
· Buy a local Sim on arrival, and recharge it for Data.
· Make sure to get comfortable clothes for the day tour as I sent you before.
· Follow your tour guide instructions.
· Keep your entry tickets for memories.
· Always ask your tour guide for the best spot to take photos.
· Drink enough water during your tours especially at the Valley of Kings.
· Ask for toilet location at each site before your tour guide starts.
· Keep toilet paper with you all time.
· Negotiate prices if you want to buy souvenirs.
· Learn the magical word “La Shokran” means “No Thank you” if someone offers you anything and you don’t want it.

Don'ts
· Don’t drink tap water.
· Don’t touch monuments.
· Don’t take photos for people without a permission “a smile is enough while holding your camera”
· Don’t give money for kids if they ask, give them pens as mentioned above.
· Don't wear shoes when entering religious locations.
· Your feet should not be pointed in anyone's face direction.
· Don’t drink alcoholic in public.
· Don’t accept free gifts “nothing for free”.
· Don’t buy valuable things from the street.
· Don’t skip any tour, all sites are very unique.
· Don’t kiss or hug in public.
· Don’t cross alone and ask the police man, who will help you if you are alone.
· Don’t talk to any stranger if approaches you and say “La Shokran”.
· Don’t touch street pets (cats and dogs).

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