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
There are no obligatory vaccinations that should be taken before being granted with the visa of Egypt. However, it would be recommended for the senior people and for young children to take vaccinations against Hepatitis C, Typhoid, and an oral dosage of Tetanus.
Generally speaking, tourists face few unique health problems in Egypt, but occasionally travelers experience some gastric disturbance resulting from drinking tap water or eating from a local restaurant not recommended by their tour guides or the receptionist in hotel. Some travelers might suffer sunburn or heatstroke from the heat and sun during the summer if they are not careful; however, taking the proper precautions and drinking bottled water can eliminate any health risks.
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.
Our restaurant start in morning the breakfast at 7 am – 10 am
lunch in 11.30 am – 3 pm and dinner at 6 pm – 10 pm
As a rough guide, the check-in 2 a.m. Let us know your arrival time in case you schedule and early check in we‘ll do our best to have your room available.
As a rough guide, the check-out time is before 12pm. If you plan a late check out kindly let us know your departure time one day before , we’ll our best to satisfy your needs
Yes, Reception service is available 24 hours.