Q: How do I recognize the assistant at the airport/port/meeting point?
Our assistant will be waiting at the relevant airport/port/bus or rail station holding a sign with your name on it.
Do I need a visa to enter Egypt?
A visa is required and is being granted at the airport, current fee is $ 20.00 for US citizen payable upon arrival.
The areas I want to see are not in your itinerary.
Egypt has many attractions. Please let us know what you have in mind and we can create a custom itinerary for you
How big are your groups? Is there any minimum number of persons to start the tour?
We arrange our offers for either individuals or groups. For the individuals, we arrange their programs with private car and guide.
Do you have 24 hours/7 days a week contact with your staff through mobile phones during our trip?
Sure, our working staffs have mobile phones and walkie-talkies. Mobile service is available 24 hours in all destinations of Egypt.
How much experience & knowledge do your guides have?
Our guides are active, qualified, experienced and informative to deal with the clients in a polite and gentle way and satisfy all their queries and needs.
Do you offer special rates for children? Up to what age?
Yes, less than 12 years old is 50% from the adult price. The children above the age of 12 are considered as adults.
What to wear when in Egypt ?
Since the climate in Egypt is continental ( dry and hot in summer time, warm and cool in winter time), it is advised to pack your light clothes the most( shirts, T-shirts and shorts) , with two long sleeves pieces; and if coming to Egypt in winter time( The Beginning of December till the end of March), do not forget to pack your wind breaker as well. You might need a sweater in the early mornings and in the late evenings of winter time as it is normally cool and even gets colder.
The most visited places by tourist are sandy and desert, so leather shoes are not highly recommended during the tour.
In 5* hotels and Nile Cruises you should wear trousers and shirts especially in Dinner time and no slippers.
What about Currency, Banks and Credit Card use in Egypt?
The Egyptian official currency is the Egyptian pound or LE stands for the French term, Livre Egyptien.1 EGP is 100 piaster.
Banks are closed on Fridays and Saturdays, except they are open for five days from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.
Can be used in the major cities almost everywhere, and they are accepted in most of the shops and in all the hotels, the only exception can be with American Express as it is not accepted on the payment of the Nile Cruises In Egypt in case of having any extra charges.