Trip Planning FAQs
Is Egypt safe as a tourist destination?
Yes, it is safe for travelers to visit Egypt. As one of the four ancient civilizations, Egypt, having been considered a tourist destination for decades, attracts a vast number of travelers from all over the world and the tourism here booms these years. Therefore, Egyptian security forces attach importance to safety issue, and the military has established checkpoints throughout the country, especially in the tourist cities and attractions. The high-standard safety allows you to explore your desired place at any time.
What are the most popular monuments to visit in Cairo?
As the capital of Ancient civilization, the majestic Cairo features many amazing wonders and ancient artifacts and a Cairo tour package should be a must in your Egypt trip. During your Cairo trip, you will firstly visit the great pyramids of Cheops, Chefren, Mykerinus, the great Sphinx and its valley temple. The Egyptian Museum is another important attraction to learn more about Ancient Egypt. To explore Cairo, you cannot miss the Hanging Church in Old Coptic Cairo, the Salah El Din Citadel, the Mosque of Muhammad Ali, and the Khan El-Khalili Bazaar in Islamic area. You are also suggested to board a 5-star cruise on the peaceful and calm Nile.
When is the best time of day to visit Giza Pyramids?
For most of the travelers to visit Egypt, exploring the Giza Pyramids are their cherished dream from the childhood. All the Cairo tour packages include Giza Pyramids. From our decades of experience, we recommend you to visit Giza Pyramids as early as you can to avoid the crowds and ensure more time for admiring these wonders.
Is it possible to have the activities after the day tour in the evening?
Yes, you definitely have chances to sightsee Cairo in the evening. After the Cairo tour in daytime, you could stroll around in downtown or alongside the Nile. It is advisable to take the 2-hour Cairo Nile Dinner Cruise and Show or a felucca-ride on the Nile, where you will have the panoramic view of Cairo while enjoying the beautiful sunset. The perfect scenery will add spices to your leisurely night.
Can I take the pictures when visit the attractions?
In Egypt, most of the tourist sites permit visitors to take photographs but some don't. For example, it is prohibited to take photos inside the Egyptian Museum and the visitors with cameras are not allowed to enter, as the flashlight will damage the ancient relics. We suggest you confirm the permission before the visits. If you take our Cairo tour, your experienced guide will remind you about it.