Travel Information...
Before you departure your country
In order to be able to meet you at the airport; we need to be informed of your flight arrival details well in advance. So please ensure that we have the following information at least 1 weeks prior to your arrival.

1- Airlines& Flight Number.
2- Date& Time of arrival.

- If we don't have these above information; we will not be able to meet you upon your arrival.
Entry visa may be obtained from Egyptian Diplomatic Bodies abroad or from the Entry Visa Department at the Travel Documents, Immigration and Nationality Administration (TDINA). It is, however, possible for most tourists and visitors to obtain an entry visa at any of the Major Entry Ports of Egypt upon arrival (Canadian, American and European community passport holders) for USD 15.oo per passport. Please check with the nearest Egyptian Consulate for specific details and regulations relevant to your nationality.

Citizens of the following countries are required to have a pre-arrival visa: Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya, Chinese, Croatia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Lebanon, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, The Philippines, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Sri-Lanka, Tadzhikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and all African countries.

N.B:. In the event of visa refusal at the port of entry, Egypt Unexpected will not be held responsible for passenger not holding the correct entry visa.
Student Card
In order to get great value 50% reduction off the cost of the entry fees to museums& temples in Egypt; you should bring your international student card (If you have one).
Photography& Video Camera
Egypt is full of opportunities for great photography. It is allowed in many of the historical sites; however, flash is banned in most of the tombs.

At an increasing number of the historical sites, the government charges fees for photography and taking videos. It is forbidden to photograph bridges, railway stations, anything military, airports and other public works. Signs are usually posted.

If you want to take photos of local people; ask permission and respect their decision
It is Customary to tip in Egypt. Known locally in Arabic Language as "Bakshish" and is often an essential way to supplement very low wages. It is always at your discretion the amount to tip someone as it is essentially a sign of your appreciation for the service rendered but remember always if you are not happy with the service provided to you don't tip.
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