Follow the same footsteps of the Holy Family Flight to Egypt, and walk through the Egyptian land, while you have an expert tour guide who will accompany you to the same holy family trip. Our Holy Egypt Tours Packages are to visit the same sites where Jesus and the Virgen Mary lived while they came to Egypt.
Represent all the events that took place in every holy site. With our Egypt Holy Tours, you will enjoy visiting sites of thousands of years ago where you will live with the pharaohs till to the sites where the holy family crossed through to be a witness via the eras, while you enjoy comfortable transports with Egypt United Tours.
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If you are planning to stay for a day or two in Egypt for either tourism purposes or business aspects, you wouldn’t be in need of a visa to enter the country. Citizens of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Lebanon, Macau, Hong Kong, and Kuwait are exempt from obtaining a visa on arrival. Other countries, such as China, under certain conditions, won’t need an entry visa as well.
The pricing of a flight is determined by your departure point and the date on which you sign up for flight. A single visa entrance costs roughly $25, whereas a multiple visa entry costs around $60, regardless of whether it's an on-the-spot or online visa.
Whether you received your visa online or upon arrival in Egypt, your visa will be valid for 90 days from the day it was granted. The visa is normally issued within 6-7 days of your visa request being filed. A tourist can stay in Egypt for up to a month after their visa has expired.
You'll need the following documents to apply for a visa: -
- Your current passport, as well as any passports you have previously obtained.
- A passport with at least a couple of blank pages.
- A few photocopies of passports
- A round-trip ticket that has been verified.
- The traveler's completed and signed visa application.
No, yet many tourists would make an effort to respect the majority of Egyptians' traditional attire on the roads and, especially, on religious holy places. Make sure to bring a light scarf with you on religious visits. If at all possible, avoid packing many short skirts and tank tops and wear in clothes that cover your legs and shoulders. You can wear pants, capris, or skirts as long as you're comfortable and kind. Long slacks and skirts, blouses, jackets, and shirts are worn by the great majority of Egyptian women on the street.
It is one of the most well-known holiday destinations in the world, with travelers from all over the world flocking to the island every yea; however, it is a historically vivid place more than a modern and touristic place. It has so much to offer its visitors, such as Mount Sinai, the Red Sea, and the Sinai desert, all of which are part of Egypt's rich history, are among Sharm El Sheikh's best-known landmarks.
The finest times to visit Sharm El Sheikh are in the spring and fall. The average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius, which is hot but not unpleasant. If you enjoy swimming, the Red Sea will not disappoint you. The water is warmer in the summer, despite the fact that it is nice all year.
On the Red Sea, Hurghada is a resort city. And Hurghada has enough to offer both sea sports enthusiasts and those looking to just relax on the beach or spend time with their family! In the summer, it's hot and humid, but in the winter, it's attractive and hospitable to all sorts of people.
Use common sense wherever you go. The number of Egyptian cases of covid is fair and decreasing as more individuals get vaccinated, which is good news for Egypt's Covid problem. If precautions are followed, all nationalities are safe in Dahab. Avoiding abandoned sites, walking with a friend, and avoiding strangers are all ways to reduce your chances of being a victim of crime.
Everyone, regardless of nationality, may now feel comfortable in Marsa Alam. By not going out alone or unaccompanied, you can reduce your chances of being a victim of a crime. The Egyptian streets are mostly devoid of major crimes, with the exception of pickpocketing. Using common sense to guide your selections is recommended wherever you travel. As vaccine coverage rises, Egyptian covid illnesses are becoming less prevalent and protection measures still take place.
In three days, most travelers visiting Alexandria will likely visit all of the city's major attractions, as well as a few lesser-known ones. If you simply want to see a few of the major attractions, you may do so on a day tour from Cairo or by spending the entire day in Alexandria.
We recommend exploring the following sights if you just have one day in Alexandria. Begin with Pompey's Pillar and the Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs, then go to the Citadel of Qaitbay and a nearby seafood dinner. Along the corniche, you might like to visit the National Museum of Alexandria and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Finish the day at the Montaza Gardens, traveling via Stanley Bridge to witness the facades of the Al-Haramlik Castle.
Egypt has the lowest taxi trips, with a 5-kilometer journey costing only 0.84 euro. A taxi in Egypt costs only 0.24 euros in fact. Taking a taxi from Cairo to Alexandria takes about 2 hours and 6 minutes and costs between $25 and $31. Another alternative is to take the train to Alexandria.