Egypt United Tours provides a variety of Family Luxury vacations to Egypt that includes all of the country’s top tourist attractions; including The Great Pyramids, Sphinx, Abu Simbel, Luxor, and Aswan with Nile cruise.
Your Luxury Family vacation to Egypt will be well arranged by a very expert team available 24/7 for your need. In addition, we offer amazing Luxury Holidays from Families to Red Sea Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and Marsa Alam. In each of these locations, there are some fantastic schedules to choose from, with options for both short and long visits for your family.
Our Egypt Luxury Family Vacation packages are designed to fit your family budget and appeal to all your family members. Depending on the things you want to undertake and your finances, you may pick from a variety of itineraries.
1- Our Luxury holidays packages to Egypt have been thoughtfully developed to cater to your preferences as a family while still providing complete tranquility.
2- Every Egypt Luxury family holiday package includes stay at supper luxury hotel stay,
3- We use the most luxurious transportation for your Family.
4- Our packages have a selection of activities and things to do, with the ability to tailor your excursions to your own requirements and preferences.
5- We make sure to serve you early check-in and late check-out, to help you enjoy the most of your Family trip to Egypt in the most luxurious way.
6- We also make sure to upgrade your rooms to the next category.
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There are many attractions to visit in Egypt with your Family. The Top attractions in Egypt are the Pyramids, King Tut Golden Treasure, and Abu Simbel Temple. Similarly, there are other amazing Luxury Trips for Families in Egypt. For example, a Nile cruise holiday is one of the best options for families; In addition, a relaxing time by the Red Sea in Hurghada or Sharm El Sheikh.
Egyptians are thought to dress modestly by most in the West. Women in Egypt, both residents and visitors, are not forced to adhere to any clothing codes. Because it is only a social construct wearing clothes that cover your cleavage, knees, and shoulders, skirts, blouses, jeans, any form of pants, and anything else that fulfills these qualities are suitable in Egyptian culture. Crop tops and shorts are unusual on city streets and in religious groups. As a consequence, establishing a balance between your personal style and cultural norms is typically a win-win situation for everyone.
No. Despite of the fact that no specific costume is required in Egypt, there are a number of cultural conventions to follow, such as the prohibition of revealing clothing on local streets since Egyptian clothing covers the shoulder, cleavage, and knee. You should also know that the modest attire is not needed by law; clothes are an important aspect in setting the tone of a place. Less modest clothing is common on the beach and in wealthier regions.
Female visitors may feel a bit uneasy in a number of Egyptian towns. Although serious crime and violence are uncommon in Egypt, public catcalling is common, and women travelling alone are frequently harassed. If at all possible, travel in groups of three or more people and remain on well-lit streets.
Even if the situation is safer than it was previously and in contrast to other Middle Eastern countries, it may be inconvenient in some locations. It is appropriate for a touristy and congested region.
Despite the fact that Arabic has long been the official language, Egyptians speak English and a variety of other European languages. In tourist destinations and among the younger educated generations, there are more English speakers than among the oldest.