Why Egypt?

From surreal waters and golden sand beaches to remarkable architecture and natural therapies, Egypt is worthy of your bucket list. Egypt is very famous for its ancient civilization and the monuments of the majestic pharaohs, such as the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, the Egyptian Museum, the GEM (The Grand Egyptian Museum), Sakkara, and Dahshur.

Why Egypt with Trawel Mart?

Egypt is a popular tourist destination, and people can find 1000s of “Egypt tour packages’ ‘or “Egypt tourism” pages that set an itinerary for “places to visit in Egypt’. While there are several places to visit in Egypt, a holiday is more than just sightseeing. At Trawel Mart we place more importance on the entire travel experience than just the list of places to see in Egypt. From comfortable stays to a carefully-curated itinerary, our holiday packages focus on giving you an experience of Egypt along with a relaxing or adventurous holiday… your choice. Our packages have a range of features suiting travellers of every type, for no two travellers are alike. Planning a perfect trip to Egypt, we’ve got you covered!

Egypt Holiday Package - Trawel Mart

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St. Basil's Cathedral
St. Basil's Cathedral

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Red Square
Red Square

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The State Tretyakov Gallery
The State Tretyakov Gallery

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Frequently Asked Questions

The most popular Egypt tourist attractions are the breathtaking Pyramids of Giza. The Great Pyramid of Giza is known to be also called the Khufu Pyramid or the Pyramid of Cheops. These are the last surviving of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. You will find them on the edge of the desert of Cairo.

• Visit the Pyramids of Giza. ... • Cruise on the Nile River. ... • Get a History Lesson in the Egyptian Museum. ... • Explore Historic Cairo. ... • Visit the Step Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara. ... • Go Inside the Pyramids in Dahshur. ... • Visit Alexandria. ... • Relax in Sharm El-Sheikh.

Seven days is usually an ideal amount of time to spend in Egypt to see places like Cairo, Aswan, Luxor and Alexandria and also sail down the Nile River. However, to see most major attractions of Egypt, 5 days should be enough too. With 10 days in Egypt, you have plenty of time to go beyond the pyramids and experience the highlights of this amazing country.

Book online or rent a car at the airport. Travelers can reserve a car on the website of a car dealer or rental company in Egypt before departure. Most international car rental companies such as Avis, Hertz or Europcar also operate in Egypt.

Tourist police - 126; Traffic police - 128; Electricity emergency - 121; Gas emergency - 129; Mobile phones - 112.

Sometimes all-inclusive packages can be a better deal than booking your reservations individually. This is because travel companies are able to buy up large volumes of hotel rooms and flights at one time and sell them to customers at a discount.

• Not researching the culture & country before you go. • You don't pack culturally appropriate clothing. • Not booking your Nile cruise first. • Not hiring a guide for certain tourist sites. • Travelling without a currency converter app. • You forget to tip. • Not haggling for shopping and taxis.

Egyptian citizens can only be photographed after obtaining written permission from them. Do not photograph officials without their consent. Taking pictures of children is also prohibited. Photography of, or near, military official installations is strictly prohibited.

Buses. There is a public bus system that offers several lines of service in different classes and prices. There is the standard bus service, the air-conditioned service, known as CTA short for Cairo Transportation Authority (for a higher price) and Mini-buses (smaller buses and more extensive network).

'Egyptian' and 'Arab' are not synonymous but rather are distinctive cultures and avoid stereotyping contemporary Egyptian culture against ancient Egypt. While Egyptians take pride in their cultural heritage, Egyptian culture is dynamic and has significantly changed throughout history. ethnicities.

Egypt is one of the best destinations to party till the sun comes up. Some of the places to party hard at are clubs, pubs, discotheques, bars, restaurants and cafes. Tourists will be thoroughly entertained all night long. The spirit of Egypt nightlife never dies down.

Yes, definitely.

The crime rate in Egypt is generally low, but over the years visitors have sometimes suffered armed robberies, muggings (including in taxis), sexual assaults, and break-ins to accommodation and cars. Exercise increased caution to the Egypt due to crime, terrorism, civil unrest, and kidnapping. Some areas have increased risk.

The best time to visit Egypt is during winter from October to April, when temperatures are lower. The most popular time for tourist is December and January. Tourism in Egypt is booming this time of the year so make sure you plan in advance.

Examples of Egyptian dishes include rice-stuffed vegetables and grape leaves, hummus, falafel, shawarma, kebab and kofta. ful medames, mashed fava beans; kushari, lentils and pasta; and molokhiya, bush okra stew.

In Egypt, the tobacco control law prohibits smoking in the following specified public places: health and educational facilities, governmental venues, sporting and social clubs, and youth centers (though these rules are not usually followed). Smoking is also prohibited on public transport.

The best currency to use in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound (LE or EGP). We highly advise not to use any other currency like USD or Euro to buy things. It's easy to exchange your money in Egypt in Banks and official exchange spots.

• Long, baggy skirts and/or pants. • Long-sleeved t-shirts. • Bathing suit. • Wide-brimmed hat. • Sunglasses. • Comfortable walking shoes. • A scarf or shawl for women to cover their hair when visiting mosques. • A light fleece or jacket if travelling outside of summer.

Egypt is one of the best honeymoon destinations in the world where one can try adventures and enjoy a luxating holiday. The locations are remarkable for newlyweds, combining ancient heritage with modern luxury. With vibrant cities and no dearth for the thrill, you can spend a romantic time here.

The best response to how to reach is to take a direct flight. One can board a flight from any of the major cities of India.

Egypt's climate is dry, hot, and dominated by desert. It has a mild winter season with rain falling along coastal areas, and a hot and dry summer season (May to September). Daytime temperatures vary by season and change with the prevailing winds

Egypt prohibits the sale and consumption of alcohol in public places or shops, with the exception of hotels and tourist facilities approved by the Minister of Tourism. While the law doesn't succeed in limiting the sale of alcohol exclusively to hotels, it stymies the growth of the alcohol industry.

Medical care offered by the public health insurance system is generally of poor quality. Although the system ensures basic universal coverage, it faces several shortcomings in terms of quality of service due to underfunding. Only 4.75% of the GDP in Egypt is dedicated to investments in healthcare services.
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