• Visit Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan, and do the most peaceful classical Egypt tour.

  • Ever wanted to go into a real dream, want to be in a place where artists, poets, writers, and creators from all over the world often go to looking for inspiration! The desert safari experience is the one you should not miss.

  • Tired of waiting at airports for your connection flights?... Join us in an unforgettable layover tour to see the iconic sites of Cairo.

  • Enjoy your dinner while watching Cairo belly dancer and Tannora show.

  • The beautiful city in the south of Egypt.

  • Relax and enjoy the landscapes of the fertile Nile valley and the ancient temples, while cruising on board of luxury deluxe cruise ships.

The Telephone system in Egypt is overloaded and antiquated. 4/5 Star Hotels will have direct line dialing and international service. Some hotels have data ports and even their own Internet Cafes, or you can hook up your laptop directly to the phone if you have an ISP service you can use.

Calling cards through an International Operator (AT & T etc) or credit cards can be used for calling. They do have calling cards available for sale everywhere to be used in the local call boxes, which are usually two different types. Directions may not always be in English.

There are Internet Cafes in all the major cities - Cairo/Luxor/Aswan/Alexandria/Hurghada,

They usually range from $3 to $6 US an hour, with a minimum 15 minute charge. However, the ISP's are not as reliable and it is sometimes difficult to get on particularly in the evening, and it's not unusual to get booted off.

Cellphones are everywhere in Egypt, it has one of the highest usages for cellphones in the world, which makes sense as their Telephone system can't keep up with the regular phone requirements. They have international cellphone service, and it covers just about everywhere, even the most remote areas. Outgoing calls are quite expensive, but in most cases there is no charge for incoming calls. If renting independently, check all the charges ahead of time.

 

Culture, & Shopping In Egypt

Culture:The population is made up of mainly Moslems and Coptic Christians. The main day of worship is Fridays, which is their weekend holiday. Government offices, Institutions, and Banks close Fridays and Saturdays.

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