Best Trips to Egypt

Best Trips to Egypt

Best Trips to Egypt

Immerse yourself in Egyptian history with our Best Trips to Egypt; Enjoy amazing tour packages provided by Egypt United Tours. Enjoy our flexible cancellation. Premium guided all inclusive trips to Egypt. Book the best tours of Egypt Now. Trip to Cairo Pyramids, Nile Cruise, and Red Sea

Our team of travel lovers and enthusiasts is ready to plan and perfect your Trip to Egypt. Normally, the pharaonic experience and adventure are crucial in our packages, especially the Great Pyramids. In addition, we are keen that you enjoy the scene of the Nile river on board a Cruise that takes you all along the Nile to the biggest world museum, the city of Luxor, and Aswan. You will run by very ancient sites; For instance, the Crocodile and Falcon Temples temples, at Kom Ombo and Edfu; The Love Temple at Philae, as well as Karnak and  The Kings Valley in Luxor.

Egypt Trips and Red Sea Holiday

On the other hand, we provide a very modern experience as well at the Red Sea cities doing diving, cruising, desert camping, and touring the city’s landmarks and restaurants. Book your all inclusive trip to Egypt and get very exclusive plans tailored for groups, families, and solo travelers.

Our reservations and booking are made easy online and we have also a flexible cancellation policy. Pick the most suitable package and embark on a very unforgettable vacation to Egypt.

Classic Egypt Tours

Learn about Egypt’s history and see its most famous sights. Combine a tour of Cairo with a trip down the Nile River, which features the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx, as well as impressive tombs and temple complexes at Luxor and Aswan.

Explore Egypt Tours

Go off the beaten path on your trip in Egypt. Explore distinct monuments that convey various narratives to gain a new viewpoint on ancient Egypt.

Luxury Tours to Egypt

Our luxury trips to Egypt will transport you to a more pleasant period of travel. Relax and enjoy all of Egypt’s beauty and history while receiving the highest level of care.

Egypt’s Christmas Tours

Instead of the customary sight of snow and warming by the fire, spend your Christmas Trip in Egypt’s milder weather, following in the footsteps of the Pharaohs.

Small Group Tours to Egypt

A small group tour is the best package choice in case you desire a more personalized vacation avoiding the crowds while still getting the privilege of meeting and welcoming other visitors. You’ll feel a closer connection to Egypt as you discover the country’s hidden gems and with the connections you are going to make among the small group. The cost of admission begins at $268 and rises from there. Spend a few days near the Red Sea at Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, or Marsa Alam if you wish to relax and have fun. All of these details will help to make your holiday one to cherish.

Egypt Day Trips

Cairo’s chaos and the bustling bazaars are the main theme; the colossal splendor of Giza’s magnificent Pyramids; and the world’s most famous sphinx, with its unmistakable lion body and human head. The sphinx is something you would need to see it to believe in Egypt (the iconic Sphinx). Exclusively in Egypt you can feel yourself diving into the crimson lights of the sunset through the Nile. Here you can mount a camel into Luxor’s Valley of the Kings, and float face-to-sky in the shimmering immensity of the Red Sea. It is your time to acknowledge the reality that in Egypt time has come to a halt and enjoy our Egypt Day Trips.

Why to book your trip to Egypt with us

It’s not difficult to plan and schedule a solo trip to Egypt, but once there, most travelers discover that Egypt isn’t so straightforward to navigate, even if they speak fluent Arabic. The psychological exhaustion that comes from trying to buy from every tiny business may also wear you down. There’s even more reason to hire someone else to handle the arrangements for you–something that privileged travelers have historically valued. And, as an additional plus, having a company pre-book everything for you and provide a consultant to accompany you on your trip will pay you nothing more than doing it on your own; a guided tour on the low or high end (or even in the middle) may be a fantastic value. In addition, Your tour guide will greatly affect your Egypt holiday, and having the same person with you throughout your tour is the real benefit for your all inclusive trip to Egypt.

Egypt’s extensive collection of antiques and historical treasures attracts history buffs. The magnificence of the Nile’s pyramids, as well as the luxury of its royal tombs and spectacular structures, will capture you as you cruise down the Nile. View the most recognizable icons of ancient Egypt being led by your Local Expert in Cairo. Visit the Giza Pyramids before continuing on to Memphis to visit Rameses II’s monuments and the Alabaster Sphinx. Unrivaled Vacations gives you access to one-of-a-kind possibilities. Explore the pyramids in Giza before heading to Cairo to see Tutankhamun’s relics with an Egyptologist.

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Related FAQ

Are tours to Egypt safe during Covid Pandemic?

You are in for a treat if you are planning on visiting Egypt in the current months. During the last months, Egypt has proved to be one of the most secure places in the globe according to the presence of crimes or Covid situation. Just follow your common sense and avoid talking to strangers even if they feel kind. Don’t wander at empty streets alone.

Do you need injections to go to Egypt?

A few of the vaccination or injections that the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended for Egypt’s visitors are: Yellow fever, Typhoid, polio, rabies, and as for necessity a Covid vaccination or a negative PCR results. You will need to check the other vaccines if they are recommended or required to enter Egypt.

Do I have to be Fully vaccinated to travel Egypt?

Visitors should be fully immunized with one of the World Health Organization's and Egyptian Medicines Authority's authorized vaccines to be eligible to enter Egypt. Travelers can travel to Egypt two weeks s after receiving the second dose of (Moderna / Sputnik/ AstraZeneca / Sinopharm / Sinovac / Pfizer ). The only vaccination that requires only one dosage and allows you to fly to Egypt is Johnson & Johnson.

Is it possible to obtain Egypt visa online?

If your country is on the list of e-visa eligibility, you are in for a treat. Seek the Egyptian embassy’s consultation or try to fill the online application by yourself; it is a fairly simple process. Prepare the required documentation that you will be found on the website page online based on your country, a valid passport, and a vaccine certificate or a negative PCR. It will be delivered by email within a week.

How can I Obtain Egypt visa on arrival?

Upon arrival, stand in the line at the immigration office before you get to the on-arrival visa window. The price of the on-arrival visa is almost $25 to get the entry visa sticker upon the passport. Prepare a passport with at least one-year validity, the passport photocopy, visa charges, hotel reservation proof, and round-trip airfare. These are common documents that are often needed to obtain your entry visa; however, there might be other documents that change from country to another. You can easily find these documents online.

How much does Egypt Visa cost?

The cost of an Egypt e-Visa is determined by the type of visa you are attempting to get. A single-entry government e-Visa pays $25, and a multiple-entry government e-Visa requires $60. Eligible guests can pay the fees in British Pounds, US Dollars, or Euros. For countries that are not qualified for an e-visa, we recommend that they come without precise cash at the Egyptian border post of their choosing to ensure a seamless crossing.

How long does an E visa for Egypt take?

You will need to apply for an e-visa to enter Egypt at least 7 days before your arrival date. It would be more assuring if you applied more than a week before your flight. The duration is dependent on the processing time for the embassy or the consulate varies based on the office you are submitting to. All of this is in case your country is eligible for e-visa application.

Can I get Egypt visa before I go for trip to Egypt?

If you have found yourself eligible for obtaining an e-visa, it will be a great idea to sign up for a visa before arriving at Egypt. The process is fairly simple; after you apply with the required documents and a valid passport. You might ask for the embassy’s help in case you couldn’t complete the sign-up page n your own. It is only around a working week until you receive the e-visa on the same email you have signed up with.

What are the documents I need to get a visa for a trip to Egypt?

The following papers are necessary for an Egypt e-Visa:
- Original passport and any previous passports, if any.
- Passport with at least two blank pages
- Make two photocopies of your passport's first and last pages.
- Return flight tickets have been confirmed.
- The applicant's submitted visa application form with her/his signature.

How long is a visa to Egypt valid for?

Your Egypt visa is valid for 90 days from the time it is issued (usually several days after you apply). You can reside in Egypt for a maximum of 30 days during the validity period of 90 days.

How long do I need for a trip to Cairo Egypt?

Three days is the optimal amount of time to devote in a tour in Cairo. Some of the sights to explore for your three days in Cairo are as follows: Egypt's sites include, the Giza Pyramids, Egyptian Breakfast, Coptic Cairo, the Bent Pyramid, the Egyptian Museum, and Khan el-Khalili. The more time you stay here, you will be seeing more.

Is it safe to travel to The Pyramids of Egypt?

It's only a minor inconvenience that may cause discomfort, but it's not dangerous. Even if they are in a car or cab, tourists visiting well-known landmarks such as the Giza Pyramids may be harassed and asked for money or business. Those that visit the Giza Pyramids with a pre-arranged guide or as part of a group trip will have a better time.

Is Cairo safe to travel for a solo female tourists?

Several women go alone to Egypt for vacations, and the vast bulk of them enjoy a lovely and safe experience. Many Egyptians find a woman going alone odd, so you might attract a lot of attention which is usually a catcalling experience and rarely goes beyond. Nowadays, the risk of attracting unwanted attention to yourself became much less than before. Egyptian legislation has been more rigorous in circumstances where Egyptian males have backed away from inappropriate attention to females. The issue of verbal harassment has greatly improved comparing to many other Mid-eastern countries.

How should a female traveler to Egypt dress?

Many people in the West believe Egyptians dress conservatively. Females in Egypt whether citizens or tourists are not required to follow a dress standard. In Egyptian culture, it is important to cover your cleavage, knees, and shoulders, thus skirts, blouses, jeans, any type of pants, and anything and everything that satisfies these criteria are culturally accepted. Crop tops and shorts are not very common on city roads or in religious buildings. So it is usually better for all sides to balance between your style and the cultural standards.

Do female tourists to Egypt have to wear a hijab?

No. Despite the fact that no specific attire is necessary for Egypt, there are various cultural norms, such as wearing clothing that covers the shoulders, cleavage, and knees. Clothes are a part of the atmosphere of a location that you may want to experience, but they are not required by law. On the beach and in affluent districts, less modest apparel is prevalent. Only in mosques, hijab would be a sign of respect to the site's holiness.

Is a trip to Egypt safe for solo female traveler?

In some Egyptian cities, female tourists may feel apprehensive. Although actual crime and violence are rare in Egypt, street catcalling is popular, and women who are traveling alone are routinely accosted. Travel in groups of three or more people if at all possible, and keep to well-lit streets. The situation is far better than it was previously and in comparison to all other nations in the Middle East, yet it may be aggravating in some areas. The more touristic a location is the better.

Does a female traveler to Egypt have to cover up?

No, however many visitors would strive to respect the majority of Egyptians' conservative manner in the streets and on religious trips especially. If possible, wear clothing that covers your legs and shoulders, however, this is not required. Trousers, capris, and skirts are fine as long as they are comfy and considerate. In the Egyptian street, most women dress modestly in long pants and skirts, blouses, jackets, and shirts.

How to enjoy travel to Nile river during Egypt trip?

Nile River cruises are the best way to enjoy your trip to Egypt. It has resumed after a months-long hiatus owing to the coronavirus epidemic. The river can handle both luxury ships and smaller luxury boats between Aswan Dam and Luxor. Between Cairo and Luxor, lengthier Nile cruises are also available.

How much does it cost to go for a Nile cruise?

Four-day Nile river cruises start at US$240 for the most economical options. The cost of a 5-day cruise begins at US$320 per person and rises to US$600 for a good Nile cruise. A Luxury Nile Cruise starts at 250$ per person per night.
Four-day, three-night Luxury Nile cruise could be in average of 800$ to 1500$ per person.

Where do Nile river cruises start from?

Luxor and Aswan are the most popular departure points for Nile cruises. River boating is a pleasant and luxurious way to visit the ancient sites of Upper Egypt. Most of river cruises depart from Cairo and last between three and seven days (round-trip), with only a handful of few journeys lasting more than a week.

What is the best time of year to do a Nile river cruise?

The ideal time to take a Nile River cruise is between October and April, based on Egypt's climate throughout the year and the fact that Upper Egypt is the hottest part of Egypt, "Luxor & Aswan," where you may enjoy your Nile River Cruise and the Nile's grandeur.

Are there Nile river cruises from Cairo to Luxor?

Between Cairo and Luxor, the Nile Cruiser is the most luxurious method of transit. From February to June and September to November, only a few of the major Nile cruise firms, such as Mövenpick, operate this route, with cruise lines departing from Cairo once a month.

Is it OK to swim in the Nile?

Swimming near Luxor, according to some, is an excellent idea. Between Aswan and Luxor, the water is incredibly clear, making a swim interesting and delightful. According to the authorities, swimming is prohibited in Aswan since many people have drowned there. Swimming in the Nile is not recommended in general because you risk contracting bilharzia, and the water is harsher than seawater, making it difficult for inexperienced swimmers to enjoy.

Is a trip to Luxor worth it?

Luxor and Cairo are poles apart, and Luxor is well worth seeing. This does not, however, require you to do it. It all depends on your level of interest in Egyptian history. It is a city steeped in history, and temples and historically significant monuments may be found there. It is known as the world's largest open air museum and is home to around one-third of the world's historical monuments.

Is a trip to Aswan worth it?

Because of its amazing market, connection to Nubian people and culture, fast cross-Nile boat journey, and nice place to stay, Aswan is a lot more fun to visit than Luxor in terms of culture and a bit less so in terms of history. The Abu Simbel Temple is located in Aswan.

Is a trip to the Red Sea worth it?

Indeed! The riches of the Red Sea are well-known. The Suez and Aqaba Gulfs meet here, creating an amazing aquatic paradise naturally. Dive and snorkel in the Red Sea, which has some of the most beautiful waters and seabed in the world, with numerous reefs and fantastic marine life. The Red Sea's resorts and hotels provide fantastic services and entertainment alternatives.

Is a trip to Hurghada worth it?

Hurghada, Egypt's popular tourist destination is definitely worth the trip. Hurghada, Egypt's most famous tourists’ favorite vacation, was formerly a little fishing hamlet on the Red Sea. Despite its touristic reputation, Hurghada is a fantastic destination to begin your summer vacation.

Which nationalities enter Egypt without visa?

It is possible to enter Egypt without a visa for either tourism or business purposes. Furthermore, any international traveler passing via Egypt for 6 to 48 hours does not need a transit visa. Citizens of Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Macau, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Malaysia do not need to get a visa on arrival and may be exempt. Other countries, such as China, may be exempted if certain criteria are satisfied.

How much do Egypt visa and air ticket cost?

Fees for e-Visas and Visas On Arrival granted for tourism reasons are as continues to follows: A single-entry visa costs $25; a multiple-entry visa requires $60. The cost of a flight ticket varies based on where you are flying from, For instance.

How much is the average of tipping in Egypt?

Firstly, you have to understand that Tipping in Egypt is not an obligation for your trip. Tips or Baksheesh is customary to express your satisfaction about any service you get; The amount of tipping depends on the type and period of service.
Here I give you the average amount during your trip to Egypt:
Bellman at hotel. 1$ to 2$ USD per a piece of luggage.
Tour Guides, 15$ per person for a full day tour
Drivers, 10$ per person for a full day tour
Waiters at restaurants, 1$ to 2$ USD per meal for 2 to 10 persons,
Coffee shop, 50 cents.
Nile Cruise 2$ per night for the staff members.
Felucca or boat ride 2$ for one hour ride.

What is the best famous food in Egypt?

Three of Egypt's most popular traditional foods include kushari, ful, and molokhiya. Kushari. Many Egyptians consider kushari, a rice, macaroni, lentils, and spicy tomato sauce meal, to be the country's national cuisine. Molokhiya is a leafy green vegetable that is diced and cooked with beef, chicken, and rabbit in soups. It's frequently accompanied by white rice and bread. Ful medames, Egypt's second most common meal, is made of smashed fava beans, parsley, garlic, onion, and chili pepper cooked in lemon juice.

Do and don'ts in Egypt?

• Obtain a copy of the vaccination certificate.
• Get hard copies of your three passports and airline tickets.
• If you take any medications, make sure to bring them with you along with a prescription proof.
• Bring a swimsuit with you to Hurghada.
• Bring an interesting book or novel with you.
• Don't forget to bring a charger for your phone and a camera.
• Bring a portable charger in case you need to charge your phone while outside.
• Pack a jacket for the evening.
• Don't forget to bring some venom.
• Don't forget to bring your sunglasses and sunscreen.
• Bring coins to give to youngsters who beg for money.
• Wear shoes that are comfy to walk in.
• Call your bank and let them know you'll be heading to Egypt and will be using your ATM or credit card.
• Get your money exchanged at a bank or an established exchange agency. It's not from the street, for it might be a fraud.
• Keep track of your vacation to Egypt in your diary on a daily basis, you would enjoy looking back at them later.
• Upon arriving, purchase a local SIM and top it up with data.
• As I previously said, please dress comfortably for the day excursion especially for desert trips.
• Pay attention to the directions of your tour guide and try not to be alone for most of the time you spend outside your hotel.
• Save your admission tickets for future reference and good memories.
• Always inquire about the finest photo locations with your tour guide.
• During your visits, especially in the Valley of Kings, make sure to stay hydrated drinking water.
Buy Bottled water
• Before beginning your trip, inquire about the location of the restrooms at each destination.
• Always have toilet papers in your bag.
• If you're looking to buy souvenirs, haggle over pricing.
• If someone gives you something but you don't want it, learn the magical word "La Shokran," which means "No Thank you."

• Don't swallow the tap water.
• Don't harm, remove from its place, or touch any monuments.
• Don't snap photographs of individuals without their consent; "a grin while holding your camera is adequate to tell them that you are photographing them"
• If children beg for money, instead offer them pencils, as described above.
· When visiting holy sites, avoid wearing shoes.
• Your feet should not be directed in the direction of anyone's face.
• Don't consume alcoholic beverages in public.
• Don't accept free presents since "nothing comes for free."
• Do not purchase valuable items on the street.
• Don't miss any of the tours; each location is unique.
• Avoid kissing or hugging in public.
• Do not cross alone; instead, ask a police officer to assist you if you are without a tour guide or someone experienced.
• If a stranger approaches you, ignore them and respond "La Shokran."
• Keep your distance from street animals (cats and dogs) and try to not play with them since most of those street animals aren’t vaccinated.

How much cash can I bring to Egypt?

The maximum amount of international currency you may carry is $10,000, while the maximum amount of local currency you can bring is $5,000 Egyptian pounds. If you don't change your money before you come, you'll get better rates at the airports. Furthermore, ATMs can be located practically everywhere in Egypt.

How much money do I need per day in Egypt?

For your Egypt vacation, you should budget E£636 ($40) per day, which is the daily average rate based on previous travelers' expenditures. Tourists previously claimed to have spent E£194 ($12) on restaurants and E£107 ($6.72) on public transportation in a single night. This budget may increase or decrease depending on the restaurants and accommodations you select and their ratings.

Can you pay by Credit card in Egypt?

You may experience technical challenges if your bank is locally focused. Your HSBC debit card is accepted at a number of retail outlets in Egypt, as well as over 28 million globally. There's no reason to be concerned. Many Egyptian ATMs accept international credit and debit cards and process them without a problem.

How far is the Nile from pyramids?

The current Nile canal is five miles from the pyramids, which is a long-distance to transport massive stone slabs. The Giza Pyramids were in a battle with the Nile long before the Sphinx was unearthed from the sand dunes. A stream of the Nile River neared the Pyramids region as the flood approached, and this was the scenario previously.

Is Egypt hot all year round?

The frigid season lasts 3.0 months, from December 3 to March 3, with an average yearly temperature of less than 72°F. The coldest month in Cairo is January, with an average temperature of 51°F and a high of 67°F.

What is the coldest month in Egypt?

The frigid season lasts 3.0 months, from December 3 to March 3, with an average yearly temperature of less than 72°F. The coldest month in Cairo is January, the temperature on average doesn’t exceed 67ᵒ F or drops behind 51ᵒ F.

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