The old saying that Egypt is the gift of the Nile still rings true: without the river there would be no fertile land, no food, and no electricity.
Is it the way the glorious past casts long shadows over the present? Is it the way the lush Nile Valley gives way, from one footstep to another, to the harshness of the desert?
That empty beach with nothing but a candlelit cabin, and a teeming coral reef offshore: they’re waiting for you in Egypt. The coast along the Red Sea has a rugged desert beauty above the waterline and a psychedelic vibrancy below – rewarding to explore on a multiday outing to one of the globe’s great dives or on an afternoon’s snorkeling jaunt along a coral wall.
Whether you’re watching the sun rise between the beautiful shapes of the White Desert or the shimmering horizon from the comfort of a hot spring in Siwa Oasis, Egypt’s landscapes are endlessly fascinating.
With sand-covered tombs, austere pyramids and towering Pharaonic temples, Egypt brings out the explorer in all of us.
- Tourist Visa-
Dull but essential passport paperwork and entry info Visa Requirements: As an Indian Citizen, you need a pre-approved visa for Egypt before your departure from India. Egypt does not offer any kind of visa-on-arrival to the Indian Citizens.
- Best time to go –
Hit the ground at the right time Low Season (Jun–Aug)
Scorching summer sun means only the hardiest sightseers visit Upper Egypt. Avoid the Western Desert. High season on the Mediterranean coast.
- Shoulder (Mar–May, Sep–Oct)
Spring brings occasional dust storms disrupting flights. Heat can extend into October, when crowds are lighter. Warm seas and no crowds at Mediterranean spots in autumn.
- High Season (Oct–Feb)
Egypt’s ‘winter’ is largely sunny and warm, with very occasional rain (more frequent on the Mediterranean). Be prepared for real chill in unheated hotels, especially in damp Alexandria.
- Best Offers Money and costs
6N/7D Egypt Starting from USD 310 only!!!
2N Cairo/3N Nile cruise/1N Cairo