Are you looking for a calm tour, free from the hustling and bustling of the city of Cairo? Then, this tour package is exactly for you.
Enjoy an overnight trip to El Bahariya Oasis with a visit to the Black and White desert. You will also get to enjoy sights around them in a comfortable private air-conditioned vehicle.
The tour is already including; an accompanying private guide, all meals, and transfers. You may choose between camping or staying in a hotel based on your preference. (Hotel rooms with hot water bathrooms are the best in the oases)
Prices: All prices are charged in USD per person per trip. You can also pay us online via a secure payment gateway and without any extra costs or surcharge. This is our pricing policy for this trip.
- 00 to 5.99 years old – Free of charge sharing parents.
- 06 to 11.99 years old – 50% OFF adult regular rate.
- Over 12 years old – Regular adult rate.
Payment: Your booking with us should be made as early as possible. This will give us a chance to secure your perfect spot. You will need to pay at least 25% deposit to get your booking confirmed with us. This deposit is indeed a part of your total payment.
- The whole amount will be charged if cancelled less than 30 days prior to the check-in date.
- 50% of the whole amount will be charged if cancelled 60 to 31 days prior to check-in date.
- 15% of the whole amount will be charged if cancelled 90 to 61 days prior to check-in date.
The government in Egypt is taking considerable precautions to guarantee safety all over the country. Generally speaking, the crime rate is very low in comparison to other countries like the USA or UK, according to Forbes.
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You will have to pay a flat 25% of the total tour price. You may need to pay up to 50% deposit of the total price during peak times, christmas holidays, and new year vacations
Egypt visitors should have a valid passport for at least six months after the arrival date in Egypt. Travelers with the following nationalities can purchase a 1-month visa directly from the Airport.
Nationalities are: Australia, Canada, Croatia, European Union, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Macedonia, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Serbia, Ukraine, United Kingdom and United States.
Issuing the visa just takes a few minutes. After that, you will be directed to the customs to finalize your arrival procedure and enter Egypt. Our tour guide will be there and ready to assist shall you require further help.
Most Egyptians speak and understand at least some English words. Professional staff that are working in the tourism industry speak different languages with their guests to fulfill the needs of most travelers.
Usually, service charges go directly to the restaurant or the service provider. But not the waiter, for example. Feel free to tip the servers by handing them directly. This will be very kind of you and they will really appreciate that. It is good to give between 5 and 10% tip directly to the waiter.
Modest dress is very recommended in places that are not touristic. It's recommended to avoid tight clothing and keep shoulders and knees covered. The metro in Cairo has separate cars for women that might be more comfortable, especially during rush hours when the cars can be very full.
As for men, Wearing shorts is not very common among Egyptians. Dressing with relative modesty is a way of respecting the local culture.
It's always advisable to purchase your supply of cigarretes and alcohol upon arrival from the duty-free shops in the airport. There are duty-free areas in all of the following airports: Cairo, Luxor, Hurghada, El Gouna and Sharm El Sheikh.
Tourists are allowed to purchase their supply with up to 3 liters of alcohol and up to 200 cigarettes upon arrival.
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.
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.