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A few words of Arabic will make you feel connected but it’s not compulsory. We have guides with multiple language skills not to mention licensed and experienced who will not only guide you through Egypt sites and streets but will also be eyes and mouth whenever you required. But once in hotel, they will return to their homes.
If you are planning to visit some places other than popular tourist destinations, it is advisable to learn some Arabic phrases. Generally, Egyptians are friendly and are happy to help anyone, especially foreigners and tourists, even if there is a language barrier.
Egypt is as safe as any of the European countries. The security and army personnel of Egypt work 24X7 to ensure safe and pleasant holidays. More to the point with NILE HOLIDAYS, you can enjoy Egypt to your heart’s content without stressing and worrying. Leave your stress with us and discover Egypt’s colour and mystic.
Visitors to Egypt must have a passport valid for at least six month after their arrival and all foreign citizens must obtain a visa to enter Egypt. You can apply for a tourist visa at any Egyptian embassy or consulate around the world. Travelers of the following nationalities can purchase a 1 month entry visa without application upon arrival in Egypt: Australia, Canada, Croatia, European Union, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Macedonia, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Serbia, Ukraine, United Kingdom and United States. This only takes a few minutes to do at a bank window before you go through customs Egypt generally has three types of entry visas. Entry visa–valid for one month; given to any non-Egyptian citizen entering the country without a previously purchased visa Transit visa–given to any non-Egyptian citizen entering the country for a limited period of time for transit reasons Tourist visa–valid for up to 3 months and available with single or multiple entries; purchased by the majority of visitors to Egypt from a Egyptian embassy or consulate before arriving in the country
Photography is allowed in most of the historical sites and museums in Egypt, but some of them have extra charges for taking in a camera. However, in some museums, like the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, and some historical sites, like the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, photography is prohibited and visitors are asked to leave their cameras at the reception before entering.
There are a large number of banks and exchange offices that can change cash and travelers’s checks in Egypt. Moreover, many touristic shops, restaurants, and bars will actually accept dollars or Euros at rates that are relatively close to the official ones. Makes sure you know the current exchange rate of dollars or Euros to Egyptian pounds.
Credit cards are widely used in Egypt in hotels, many shops, restaurants, and cafes. Most stores in markets like Khan El Khalili and the Luxor touristic market accept credit cards. The most common types of credit cards used in Egypt are Visa, Master Card, and American Express.
There are no restrictions or limits on taking in money. However, carry some Egyptian cash with you for tipping or buying snacks, bottled water toilet paper etc. Even cards are acceptable in places, but you should use Egypt currency locally which will be cheaper.
You can. But it will be time taking, uncomfortable and often not advisable. However, our guide will help you with your transport and other queries. “Click Here”
Children can apply for visa even if they are included on their parent’s passport to avoid doubts. And must in case of, they are of 16 years or older.
No. camera and videos are allowed for free. However check with your guide which sites and where cameras are allowed and where not.