Egypt tours from NYC (New York) have always been incredibly popular, but they have not always been as affordable as they are now. Back in the early days, only the rich and wealthy could afford luxury cruises to Egypt, but that all started changing as air travel became increasingly popular and increasingly more affordable. Not only is travel to Egypt more affordable, but the actual cost of living is considerably lower than it is in many other parts of the world, thus making travel in Egypt even more attractive.
Amazing Egypt Tours from NYC
New York City is a great place, but if you life there and work there every day of your life, sometimes you just need to get away from it all, and our Egypt tours from NYC are an ideal solution. Whether you want to immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Ancient Egypt, or whether you just want a relaxing break in the sun, a vacation in Egypt could very well be just what you are looking for.
Our Egypt tours from NYC have been planned and crafted by an Egypt tour operator that has been making travel dreams come true ever since 1955, and at Egypt Tours Plus, we want to make your dreams come true as well. Non-stop sightseeing; luxurious Nile River cruises; unforgettable desert safaris, and so much more await you in the Land of the Pharaohs.
Of course, if you have never booked any Egypt tours from NYC before, then you will no doubt have a number of questions and concerns regarding such a trip, so in the paragraphs that follow, will try to answer some of those concerns for you:
Are Egypt Tours from New York Safe?
We have clients visiting Egypt with us practically every day, and not a single one of them have reported feeling unsafe. Yes, one could argue that there are places in Egypt where one’s personal safety might be at risk, but those are isolated areas which simply don’t feature in any of our tour itineraries. The safety and wellbeing of our clients is of paramount importance to us, and to this end, we have never and will never take any one of our clients to a place or area which we believe might be unsafe.
When you book Egypt tours from NYC through us, you really could not be in better hands.
Can Your Egypt Tour Itinerary Be Changed?
Absolutely! At Egypt Tours Plus, we believe in flexible travel, and we appreciate the fact that everyone has their own personal preferences. To this end, our travel managers will also be happy to customize any one of our Egypt tour packages so that it reflects you own exact needs.
Alternatively, you can tell us exactly what you want to see and do while you are in Egypt, any one of our travel experts will work with you to build a tour package from the ground up; a tour package created from scratch so that it meets your requirements perfectly.
When Is the Best Time to Book Egypt Tours from NYC?
The best time to actually book Egypt tours from NYC is as soon as you have decided you want to visit Egypt and you have seen a Egypt tour package you like. It is always better to book and pay a deposit well in advance.
With Egypt Tours Plus, if tour prices increase after you have booked your tour and paid a deposit, you will still pay the original price rather than the new price. In other words, booking in advance can help you to avoid future price increases.
When Is the Best Time To Travel to Egypt?
Many travelers and particularly those traveling with school aged kids, like to visit Egypt during the Christmas and New Year holidays, and/or during the Easter Holidays. While there is no denying the fact that Egypt tends to take on a special sort of charm during these periods, it is also when prices are at a little bit higher because of the increase in demand.
The best time to visit will also depend of what criteria are the most important to you. The High Season which typically lasts from September to April sees the biggest influx of tourists because this is when the weather is at its most pleasant, regardless of what part of the country you are visiting.
On the other hand, if you want to secure the very best deals and also avoid the large masses of tourists that are common during the High Season, then you might want to consider visiting during the Low Season which lasts from the beginning of June to the beginning of September.
What Are the Egyptian Visa Requirements?
One of the best things about Egypt tours from NYC is the fact that if you are traveling on an American passport, getting a visa for Egypt is so easy and so straight forward. Like most people, Americans do require a visa in order to enter Egypt, but getting one honestly couldn’t be any easier than it is. In the past, you could apply for a visa at any Egyptian embassy or consular office in the United States, or you could simply obtain a visa on arrival at any internationals airport in Egypt.
However, the Egyptian authorities launched an online e-visa system during 2017 which makes getting a visa even easier, and of course it means you can avoid having to queue for a visa-on-arrival at the airport in Egypt.
To obtain an e-visa, you simply sign up on the official Egyptian e-visa portal website; you fill in the application form and you attach any required documentation such as a scanned copy of your passport’s main information page; you choose between a single-entry and a multi-entry visa; you submit payment, and then click send. Your e-visa should then be ready for you in about two to three days, but it is advisable to submit your application at least 7 days prior to your departure date.
When you arrive at the airport in Egypt, you will then need to show the following documentation:
- Your passport with a minimum of 6 months remaining validity.
- A printout of your Egypt e-visa.
- A copy of your travel itinerary.
- Hotel bookings and some details relating to the places you intend visiting.
- A company cover letter or an invitation letter if you are visiting for business or visiting friends or family.
Whichever way you look at it, Egypt tours from NYC are a fantastic choice for anyone in New York who is longing for a holiday of a lifetime.
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