The monuments of Egypt are among the most important historical civilizations, as they attract tourists, and even attract tourists to visit them. They attract students of archeology and history, in addition to many foreign tourists who have pledged to spend their entire lives tracing history between the pyramids of Egypt and the pyramids of others, except for ordinary tourists who want to see impressive buildings. which has not been destroyed for a thousand years. You Can Experience Our Tours To Egypt To Explore all the Historical sites and also to enjoy the Fascinating Resorts and beaches.
What are Tours to Egypt and What Can You Expect From It?
We offer you a package and a tourist program to Egypt for a period of 14 Days and 13 Nights Tours To Egypt, tourist trips, special programs and offers in the best and most beautiful places.
Day 1: Arrival Egypt
Once You arrive Cairo International Airport You Will Be assisted and greeted by EgyptaTours Representative, after finishing the entry procedures and paper transactions Like Your Entry Visa you will be transferred by your Private Tour Guide to Your 5* Hotel in Cairo for Check-in.
After you Relax in Hotel, you will take the first Step in Your Egypt 14 Days tour by enjoying unforgettable Nile Dinner Cruise with Belly Dance Show with Nile View and Some amazing Egyptian folklore Shows like Belly Dancing and Traditional Tannoura Show.
Day 2: Tour to Giza Pyramids Plateau
Enjoy your Breakfast at hotel then join your Egyptologist tour guide for a full day of amazing attractions and historical sites including:
Giza Pyramids Complex:
The Giza pyramid complex (also called the Giza necropolis) is an archaeological site on the Giza plateau in Greater Cairo, Egypt. The complex includes the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khafre, and the Pyramid of Menkaure along with their associated pyramid complexes and the Great Sphinx. These pyramids were all built during the Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom in ancient Egypt between 2600 and 2500 BC. The site also includes several tombs and the remains of a workers’ village.
The Great Pyramid:
The Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Khufu) is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex bordering present-day Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.
The Great Sphinx:
The statue was carved in the rock of the same area in the era of the Fourth Dynasty (about 2613-2494 BC), which makes it the oldest. The ancient Egyptian sphinxes represented the king with the body of a lion as a clear indication of his power. Mental strength is represented in the human head, while physical strength is represented in the body of the lion. Therefore, it is said that the ancient Egyptians were able to tame the violent character of the lion through human intelligence, which turns it into a quiet divine force.
The Valley Temple:
Between the three pyramids and the famous Sphinx, lies a distinctive archaeological landmark that occupied an important historical place in the Pharaonic civilization. It is the Valley Temple of Khafre, which was built at the time of the Pharaohs along the river. It is placed in the sarcophagus, and when visiting the pyramids, visitors can tour the temple and see its gate, which is still standing.
You will Enjoy your Lunch meal with your tour guide in Local restaurant then then Continue Your Egypt 14 Days which is one of our Best Tours To Egypt Tour by Visiting
Saqqara Step Pyramid:
The Pyramid of Djoser, the Pyramid of Saqqara, or the Step Pyramid [according to whom?] is an archaeological landmark in the Saqqara necropolis northwest of the ancient city of Memphis in Egypt. It was built during the 27th century BC to bury Pharaoh Djoser; It was built by his minister, Imhotep. The engineer and physician, Amhotep, was the main architect of the vast funerary group in the courtyard of the pyramid and the surrounding ceremonial structures.
Ancient Memphis City:
Memphis is considered one of the greatest capitals of ancient Egypt. Its origins were associated with the establishment of unity between the Nile Delta and Upper Egypt during the days of King Mina, and it remained the capital of Egypt during the Old Kingdom and the administrative and military capital at the time of the New Kingdom.
The deity of Memphis was the god Ptah, and its colossal cemetery stretched from Abu Rawash in the north to Lisht in the south, and it contained the finest examples of Egyptian architecture and arts undisputed.
At the end of your first day in Egypt 14 Days Tour, we will drive you back to your 5* hotel in Cairo for the night.
Day 3: Old Cairo attractions
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, then meet your personal tour guide to discover the most famous sightseeing in Cairo, including:
The Egyptian Museum:
The Egyptian Museum is one of the largest and most famous international museums, located in the heart of the Egyptian capital, Cairo, on the northern side of Tahrir Square. Its establishment dates back to the year 1835 and its location at that time was in Azbekiya Park, where at that time it included a large number of various antiquities, then it was transferred with its contents to the second exhibition hall in Salah al-Din Citadel, until the French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette, who was working at the Louvre Museum, thought of opening a museum in which he would display a collection Among the antiquities on the shore of the Nile at Bulaq, and when these antiquities were exposed to the danger of flooding, they were moved to a special annex to the palace of Khedive Ismail in Giza, then the Egyptologist Gaston Maspero came and opened in 1902 during the reign of Khedive Abbas Helmy II the new museum building in its current location in the heart of Cairo.
You will have your lunch meal with your tour guide at local restaurant then Continue one of The Best Tours To Egypt by Visiting
Amr Ibn Al Aas Mosque:
Amr Ibn al-Aas Mosque or (Al-Fath Mosque, the ancient mosque, the crown of the mosques) is one of the mosques in historic Cairo, established during the reign of Amr Ibn al-Aas to Egypt in the city of Fustat, which was founded by Muslims as the first Islamic capital.
The Hanging Church:
The Hanging Church is located in the Old Cairo neighborhood, in the important archaeological area of Coptic Cairo, as it is close to the Amr Ibn al-Aas Mosque, the Jewish Ben Ezra Synagogue, the Church of St. Mina next to the Babylon Fortress, the Church of Martyr Mercurius, and many other churches.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization:
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization includes all aspects of the richness and diversity that the Egyptian civilization enjoyed during the various eras. Visiting the museum will be a real opportunity for all Egyptian society, as well as for foreign visitors, to discover the many achievements of the Egyptian man in various fields of life since the dawn of history until today.
Khan-El Khalili Bazaar & Al Muizz Street
Khan El Khalili, one of the neighborhoods of Old Cairo, enjoys great tourist attraction for visitors to Cairo and Egypt in general.
Al-Muez li-Din Allah Al-Fatimi Street, the Great Street, the Kasbah of Cairo, or the Kasbah of Greater Cairo is a street that represents the heart of the old city of Cairo, which was developed to be an open museum of Islamic architecture and antiquities.
We will drive you to Cairo international airport to Fly to Hurghada and upon your arrival at Hurghada Airport, we will drive you to your 5* hotel then the overnight.
Day 4: Free day in Hurghada
Enjoy a free day in Hurghada City to explore the beaches or to discover the beauty of Hurghada on your own.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
5* Hotel in Hurghada.
Day 5: Scuba Diving Adventure
Enjoy your breakfast at hotel then on the fifth day of your Tours To Egypt We will drive yo to start your Scuba Diving excursion with a professional instructor to witness a wide array of marine life, including clownfish, manta rays, sea turtles, and much more more. The experienced and knowledgeable guides will provide you with thorough instruction on the safety aspects of scuba diving, and will show you the best spots to explore. Through Tours To Egypt, You will also get the opportunity to experience the beauty of the underwater caves and the colorful coral reefs.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
5* Hotel in Hurghada.
Day 6: Safari Tour in Hurghada
When it Comes To Tours To Egypt You Mustn’t Miss To Make a Safari Adventure Have your breakfast at hotel then you will start your safari by Quad bikes to explore the majestic desert and enjoy BBQ Dinner meal and return to your hotel.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
5* Hotel in Hurghada.
Day 7: Tour to Luxor East Bank
Enjoy your breakfast at hotel then check out and we will transfer you to Luxor City by private A/C Vehicle visit the highlights in Luxor East Bank Including:
Karnak Temple Complex:
The Karnak Temple is considered one of the most famous temples ever in the city of Luxor, and the whole world, and it is dedicated to the worship of the god Amun, Mut, and Khonsu, and it is the largest religious building ever constructed.
The Luxor Temple is considered one of the most famous monuments that were built during the Middle Kingdom. It was built by King Amenhotep III to worship the god Amun-Ra.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
After you finish your tour in the East Bank, we will transfer you to Check-in your Nile Cruise Ship and then Dinner meal will be served on board and the overnight.
Day 8: Luxor West Bank Tour
Enjoy your breakfast on board then join your Egyptologist tour guide to Visit the following attractions:
Valley of the Kings:
Located in the ancient city of Thebes, on the west bank of Luxor, The Valley of the Kings is an ancient necropolis for the rulers of the New Kingdom of Egypt. It is really a wonderful place that raises surprise and admiration, where you will be able to see the tomb of Tutankhamun, which was discovered in its original condition in the twenties of the last century. In addition to the tomb of Ramesses the Great, along with other famous pharaohs.
Queen Hatshepsut Temple:
The name of Queen Hatshepsut will continue to hover in the sky of history until the end of creation, and it will remain engraved in minds and hearts, as it was engraved in the past on the walls of ancient Egyptian temples.
Colossi of Memnon:
The Two statues of Memnon are a tourist attraction, one of the most important monuments in the city of Luxor, in southern Egypt, in addition to being one of the most beautiful pharaonic statues, as they are a masterpiece of ancient Egyptian architecture, which tourists come to visit in large numbers every year.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Onboard the Cruise
Day 9: Tour to Edfu & Kom Ombo
Have your breakfast on Board and Join your Private tour guide to Continue Your Egypt 14 Days Tour by visiting
The Temple of Edfu, or the Temple of the God Horus, can be called the jewel of ancient Egypt’s temples, and it was discovered in 1860 after the birth of Christ, while the temple was built during the reign of King Ptolemy III, in 237 BC, and it was not easy to build. It took 180 years of construction. effort and work, and the construction of the temple continued for nearly two centuries; For the existence of strife and wars in that period.
The Temple of Edfu was a center for the worship of the god Horus, who is different from the god Horus, the son of Isis, and Horus occupied a great place among ancient Egyptian myths, and was symbolized by the winged sun disk, and this appeared in the drawings of the walls of the temple.
Kom Ombo Temple:
The Temple of Kom Ombo, which means the hill of gold, and perhaps the reason for naming it by this name is due to the presence of gold mines near the city or to the affluence of living in this city at that time because of the occupation of its people in the profession of training elephants, for which a port was established dedicated to importing them from India for use in wars during the days of the Ptolemies. Kom Ombo is on the eastern bank of the Nile between the cities of Edfu and Aswan, 45 km north of Aswan and 137 km south of Luxor, at the beginning of the road leading to gold mines in the eastern desert. The fame and importance of the city of Kom Ombo is due to the establishment of one of the rarest temples in ancient Egypt, the Kom Ombo Temple.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Onboard the Cruise
Day 10: Explore Aswan attractions
Let’s Start your 10th Day in Your Egypt 14 Days Tour Enjoy your Breakfast on Board then Join to your Egyptologist tour guide to Explore Aswan City by Visiting:
The High Dam:
The High Dam is considered the greatest and largest engineering project of the twentieth century in terms of architecture and engineering, surpassing other giant global projects. .
The Unfinished Obelisk | Obelisks were, and still are, a distinctive and innovative artifact of the ancient Egyptians alone. They used to place them in front of the temples, so they would pronounce the inscriptions on them. There were small obelisks placed in front of the tombs. The obelisks symbolize the sunbeam flowing from the sun to the earth.
Philae Temple | Aswan is famous for an ancient temple located on an island in the middle of the Nile River. It was able to combine antiquity, heritage, history and legendary love stories, in addition to its distinguished location in the town of brown faces with white hearts and owners of authentic Nubian beauties.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Onboard the Cruise
Day 11: Tour to Abu Simbel
You will take your breakfast boxes and Check-out From your Nile cruise thin you will join your Egyptologist tour guide who will transfer you by private A/C Vehicle to Visit:
Abu Simbel Temples:
Abu Simbel Temple and the Sun
The sun penetrates the front corridor of the temple on the aforementioned two days – the two days of the birth and enthronement of Ramesses II as King of Egypt – and travels a distance of 200 meters inside the temple and covers the head of the statue of King Ramses II, and the statue of the god Ra Harakhti, in addition to the god Amun.
While rays refuse to cover the statue of the god “Ptah” despite his presence next to them in the room of the Holy of Holies, and for this reason he is called the “god of darkness”. This phenomenon is evident in the miracles of the ancient Egyptians in astronomy, engineering and architecture, for which astronomers could not find a scientific explanation until our time. this.
As soon as you reach the city of Abu Simbel, you see the entrance to the huge temple looming on the horizon, surrounded by four statues completely carved on the rock, about 20 meters high. These statues represent King Ramses II sitting on the throne, wearing a double crown that represents the unity of the tribal and sea face of Egypt.
We will transfer you back to Aswan to Enjoy your Lunch Meal then move to Continue One of Our Optimal Tours To Egypt.
We will drive you to Aswan airport to Catch your flight to Cairo where you will have your overnight stay at a 5* hotel.
Day 12: Alexandria Day Tour
You will meet your tour guide after breakfast and you will be transferred to The Bride of Mediterranean to visit:
Pompey’s Pillar is located in the Alexandria Governorate in Egypt, which is described as a mysterious and majestic column that stands in one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Egypt.
The mast column is a tall building in the city of Alexandria, located on the Mediterranean coast in the Arab Republic of Egypt. It was known by this name because it was rising among 400 other columns, and it resembled the masts of ships. It was also known as the Pompeii Column, but its name came by mistake in reference to the Roman general “Pompey”, whose ashes were believed by the Crusaders in the Middle Ages to be in this column.
Qaitbay Citadel, the guard of Egypt from the side of the northern coast on the Mediterranean Sea, and the shield of Al-Ashraf Abu Al-Nasr Qaitbay, and he remembers the condition of the guard in the event of an attack from the sea side, who repels and who protects after the destruction of the forts and walls of Pharos Island at that time.
The Mamluk sultan began to think about that, and he ended up deciding to build Qaitbay Citadel on the sea of Alexandria. , Line up the soldiers in front of the commander in the castle yard, and watch towers, let your imagination steal you and separate from the city and savor the beauty of Qaitbay Citadel in a 14-day tour
Catacombs of Kom Shoqafa:
The Kom al-Shoqafa tombs are a historical archaeological site located in Alexandria, in the Kom al-Shuqafa area, south of the Mina al-Basal neighborhood. It is considered one of the most important tombs of the city, and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World in the Middle Ages.
You will Enjoy your Lunch meal with your tour guide at fish restaurant then move to Continue Your Egypt 14 Days Tour By Visiting:
The Roman theater in Alexandria is a unique architectural style for those interested in architecture, whether in terms of building materials or the architectural elements that were used in it, compared to other buildings that were established in this era. Through the drawings, decorations and inscriptions on the parts of this monument, it was indicated that Three eras passed on the Roman theater in Alexandria. The Roman era, the Ptolemaic era, the Christian Byzantine era, and the Islamic era, which made it a unique monument.
We will drive you back to your 5* hotel in Cairo after you finish your Alexandria Tour for the overnight.
Day 13: Islamic Cairo Tour
We will start your 13th day in Your Egypt 14 Days Tour by visiting some Islamic attractions in Cairo City including:
Salah El Din Citadel:
Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi Castle, like the rest of the Egyptian monuments, is not just a building built and stood against time, but a gateway to history, through which the visitor crosses the machine of different times in the history of Egypt, to witness historical stories and interesting stories that end, and enters of his own free will, events, struggles, victories and setbacks that the country has known throughout its history.
Mohamed Ali Mosque:
A special luster and charm enjoyed by the Muhammad Ali Mosque in Cairo, when you see it from afar and even before approaching it; You will feel your body shivering, as it has a spiritual side beside its ancient heritage, which makes life pulse between its walls, and atoms resound from it that make your heart submissive and your soul calm and satisfied.
You will enjoy your lunch meal at local restaurant then we will continue your Egypt 14 Days tour by visiting
Sultan Hassan Mosque:
It is located near the Muhammad Ali Mosque in the Citadel and next to the Al-Rifai Mosque.
The mosque was built by Sultan Hassan bin Al-Nasir Muhammad bin Qalawun. It is considered the greatest and most respected of the Mamluk mosques, as it combined the magnitude of the building with the majesty of engineering, and the accuracy of the industry and the diversity of decoration were available in it, just as various arts and industries gathered in it, the accuracy of the stone carvings represented in the entrance decorations and its exquisite muqarnas.
It is considered one of the unique monuments, not only in Egypt, but in the whole world, due to the architectural miracles it contains.
The secret may lie in the mosque’s four towering iwans, the largest of which is the qibla iwan
And he was witnessing the teaching of the doctrine of Imam Abi Hanifa, while the remaining three iwans, which are smaller in size, were witnessing the teaching of the other three doctrines.
One of the masterpieces of the mosque’s architecture is the high door that is adorned with inscriptions, which leads to a relatively narrow corridor before it opens to a vast courtyard with a dome in the middle that covers the place of ablution, in addition to the marble inscriptions engraved in the mihrab and the qibla iwan and also in the shrine square below the dome, which is decorated with Quranic verses in calligraphy. Kufi.
Al Rifai Mosque:
Al-Rifai Mosque in Cairo is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the capital. It is called the cemetery of kings and princes, as it includes the tomb of Khedive Ismail and his mother, Khoshyar Hanim, as well as mausoleums for his wives, including the sister of Ferdinand de Lesseps. The Al-Rifai Mosque also includes among its sides the tomb of the Shah of Iran and many other tombs, so it is a destination for various tourists from all over the world.
We will drive you back to your 5* hotel for the overnight in Cairo.
Day 14: 14 Day Tours To Egypt & Final Departure
End Your 14 Day Tours To Egypt Enjoy your breakfast at hotel then check out and we will transfer you to Cairo international airport to catch your flight back home as an end of your Tours To Egypt.
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Eid al-Fitr is the first Muslim holiday, which Muslims celebrate on the first day of the month of Shawwal, followed by Eid al-Adha in the month of Dhu al-Hijjah. Eid al-Fitr comes after fasting the month of Ramadan, and it is the first day on which Muslims break their fast after fasting the whole month, and that is why it is called Eid al-Fitr. It is forbidden to fast on the first day of Eid al-Fitr, and the feast lasts for three days.
Eid al-Adha is one of the two festivals for Muslims (and the other holiday is Eid al-Fitr). It falls on the 10th of Dhul-Hijjah after the end of the Arafa Day pause, the stop in which Muslim pilgrims stand to perform the most important rituals of Hajj, and it ends on the 13th of Dhul-Hijjah. This holiday is also a memory of the story of Abraham, peace be upon him, when he saw a vision in which God commanded him to sacrifice his son Ismail, and after his and his son believed the vision, God then commanded him to sacrifice a sacrifice instead of his son, so Muslims approach God on this day by sacrificing one of the cattle (a sheep, or a cow). , or camel) and the distribution of the sacrificial meat to relatives, the poor and their household, hence the name Eid al-Adha.
Although it always comes on the Monday following Easter, according to Eastern Time, it is not considered a Christian holiday, but rather a national day for ancient Egypt, and a holiday for the climate and seasons, especially spring, not to mention its content that bears many of the secrets and symbols of Pharaonic Egypt, it is Sham El-Nessim.
A feast that you do not find similar in the rest of the world, even Christianity, and it is not known by the African countries through which the Nile River passes, indicating that it is a tradition linked to the civilization and thought of the Egyptians who inhabited this land about seven thousand years ago.
The celebration of Sham El-Nessim dates back to nearly five thousand years ago, as many historical writings say, to the year 2700 BC, and from the end of the Pharaonic Third Dynasty.
Another narration indicates that the celebration of Sham El-Nessim dates back to the era before the formation of the known families, and they state that it was known to some historians in the city of Heliopolis and the city of On.
The Egyptians begin to celebrate Sham El-Nessim, which is accompanied by different customs, traditions and rituals, where the Egyptians eat salted fish of all kinds, such as herring, fesikh, and sardines, and the markets are crowded with these products and commodities, in addition to the types of accompanying vegetables such as onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, and others that the citizen loves on this particular occasion. .
As a kind of expression of joy and joy, there are those who color the eggs with cheerful colors
During which Christians celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ, peace be upon him, on December 25th of each year, while Orthodox Christians celebrate it on January 7th, and they exchange gifts and congratulations.
Christmas or Christmas is a religious holiday in which Christians celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ by holding invitations and gatherings, presenting gifts to each other, and exchanging congratulations.
Egypt is one of the distinguished tourist destinations, and it is distinguished by its wonderful climate in the winter season. It also has a special place in Ramadan, due to its distinctive atmosphere, as well as its beautiful customs and culture that attract thousands of tourists to it. The month of Ramadan in Egypt is considered a tourist destination for foreigners, as well as for Arab countries.
If you are a fan of those atmospheres and gatherings, as well as the lights and lanterns scattered in the streets that give joy and pleasure to every soul you see. You should visit Egypt soon. In the following lines, through a destination website, we explain to you the most important Ramadan customs, as well as the most important tourist places that you should visit.
The Most Famous Customs in Ramadan
All cities start preparing for the holy month of Ramadan well before the start of the month. Everyone goes to buy Ramadan products such as dates and dates, which is called “Yamish Ramadan.” They also buy lanterns, lights and decorations, and then they decorate the streets and houses in preparation for this holy month.
Meals in Ramadan are limited to two meals, the breakfast meal and the pre-dawn meal. There are some sweets that are widely spread in this month, such as Kunafa and Qatayef, as well as some drinks such as licorice, tamarind, sobia, and others.
You will find all mosques illuminated and decorated with lights, Ramadan tents are set up, and Rahman tables that provide free food to Muslims. The holy month is famous for the presence of determination. Where families exchange visits and invitations throughout the holy month. And also the womb link through family gatherings.
And at sunset, the Ramadan cannon hits with the call to prayer, which indicates eating breakfast, which is an ancient Egyptian custom. You will also find worshipers performing Maghrib prayers in mosques. And the smells of delicious food come out of all Egyptian homes.
Egyptians prefer to eat breakfast while watching their favorite series. And then the worshipers go to perform Tarawih prayers, after which friends and families gather from each other. Some go to Ramadan tents and others to tourist places, and cafes and cafes are full.
In the evening, the Mesaharati passes between the streets and alleys, holding a drum, and calling the Muslims in the evening so that they wake up. to eat suhoor. It is an old habit from the days of the Ottomans. Where there was no alarm to wake them up, and they used drums, and this habit still exists to this day.
Choose the Best Tour for You – Understanding Different Types of Tours To Egypt
Experience the best of Egyptian culture through Tours to Egypt
You can enjoy private tours in Egypt accompanied by qualified guides and a carefully selected group, where you can enjoy a relaxing vacation in the land of the pharaohs and visit the pyramids of Giza accompanied by an expert tour guide in Egyptology. We believe in providing the most wonderful tours in Egypt to meet everyone’s desires, and we are keen to provide the highest levels of safety and luxury at affordable prices. Thanks to flexible booking conditions and fair cancellation policies, it is easy for you to book at any time to enjoy a private tour to Egypt with us.
We offer Tours to Egypt that include a variety of Tours To Egypt Categories such as :
- Cairo and Alexandria Tour packages: one of our tours to Egypt categories which offers a unique opportunity to explore the rich history and cultural heritage of Egypt. These packages allow travelers to delve into the vibrant culture of two of the country’s most iconic cities .
- Cairo Short Breaks: This simple city break tour covers all the main attractions in Cairo, including the Pyramids, Sphinx & step-pyramid at Saqqara, the huge Egyptian Museum and it is the optimal choice from many tours to Egypt if you have few days to stay in Egypt.
- Day Tours : Offer the unique Best Egypt Day Tours – Egyptian Sightseeing.
- Egypt Honeymoon Packages: Egypt Honeymoon Packages holidays Egypt has been heaven for the rest of the other countries, Creating unique and unforgettable moments with you. Honeymoon Package is the Preferred Selection From Tours To Egypt Categories To the Couples who recently tied the knot Tours To Egypt
- Egypt Easter tours & holidays :
As the Easter holidays approach, you may be considering taking a break from your hectic life and indulging in a much-needed vacation.
EgyptaTours Provide an Optimal List of Tours To Egypt which are created by very professional tour operators to give you the whole chance to witness the immortal historical places of ancient Egypt.
- Luxor short breaks: This is a simple & short Luxor Tours To Egypt which gives you the chance to explore the delights Luxor has to offer in just three days.
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Tips before Going For Tours To Egypt:
What to Pack for Tours To Egypt All the Time?
- credit cards
- A medical kit
- Power Bank
- Pre-downloaded offline maps
- Travel pillow to use at the beach and pool
- Back bag
- Power adapter
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Your daily personal care routine items: your day or night cream, body lotion, face wash, toner, sunscreen, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrush, hair
- dryer, makeup, and deodorant.
- Appropriate clothing that goes with the Egyptian and most Arab regions’ community standards is generally conservative for both genders.
- If the tour includes mosques and church visits, a shawl or head cover for females to cover their hair
What to Pack for Tours To Egypt in Summer Season?
- Swimsuit, a cover-up, and flip-flops for swimming
- Sunblock with more than 50 SPF as temperatures get so high in Egypt and the southern parts in particular
- Long pair of trousers to wear for hiking trips
- Sports walking shoes
- Sun Hat
- Light sweater for night gatherings.
- Painkillers, you can go for Advil, Ibuprofen, or Panadol. Those are good
- alternatives to the headache and
- Neck bag
- Insect repellent
- Hydration salts
What to Pack for Tours To Egypt In Winter Vacation?
- Fleece layers rather than a heavy jacket.
- Jeans + Black Pants
- Swimming suits
Exploring the best shopping destinations Through Tours To Egypt
Through Tours To Egypt You can take distinctive souvenirs from Your Experience of Tours To Egypt to your close friends from many places in Egypt, the most famous of which are Khan al-Khalili and Al-Moez Street. Among the most unique souvenirs are: papyrus – Alabaster- perfume – carpets – cotton – accessories – gold – silver .
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which currency is most accepted on this tour
The most widely accepted currency on this tour is the US dollar. While local currencies may also be accepted in certain locations, carrying US dollars as a backup is advisable to ensure smooth transactions throughout the tour.
can I pay by credit card?
Yes, we accept payment by credit card.
is Egypt safe to travel?
Egypt is generally safe for travelers, with millions visiting the country each year without incident. However, like any destination, it’s important to remain vigilant and aware of your surroundings. Exercise caution in crowded areas and tourist sites, and follow any travel advisories issued by your government. Additionally, it’s advisable to respect local customs and laws to ensure a smooth and pleasant travel experience.
is tipping included in the tour price?
Tipping is not included in the tour price. It is customary to tip tour guides and other service providers in the tourism industry as a gesture of appreciation for their services.
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