Keep In Mind

A few tips mixed in a mishmash of dos and don’ts will help you make the best out of your Egypt holiday. Whether you are heading to the Red Sea, Cairo, the Western Desert, or any other destination in Egypt, read through the list and keep in mind, you may need it: most of Egypt’s visitors have experienced at least one of the listed situations.

Any traveler should familiarize themselves with what they should and should not do to ensure they are sensitive to their destination’s norms while simultaneously acting in the safest way possible.

A significant part of Egypt’s identity is that it is a tourist economy, an excellent hub that attracts travelers from corners of the globe. Accordingly, a substantial portion of Egypt’s infrastructure caters to its guests’ well-being and enjoyment. Thus, to guarantee you get the most out of your trip, ensure that you utilize the services of Geoota Travel, a registered tour operator, to organize your city tours and the like.

Besides, societal and cultural conventions should follow to guarantee the best experience, such as the acceptable dress codes and not alcohol drinking in the street. Geoota Travel Agency will provide you with everything you need to know about your current destination.

Finally, here are a few points and tricks that will help you comfortably navigate the land of the Pharaohs:

Please drink a lot of water, Egypt’s weather is arid, and it is elementary to get dehydrated.
Please carry some cash when heading to remote locations.
Please make sure you have a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, light cotton, linen clothes, and do not forget comfortable shoes for sightseeing.
While visiting religious locations, please dress modestly and take off your shoes before entering a mosque.
Please Respect the local customs: these include dress codes.
Please seek the help of the touristic police if you find yourself in any troublesome situation.
Please always carry some identification documents.
Please make sure your routine vaccination cover is complete.

Please do not drink and drive! Alcohol might increase decompression sickness risk.
Please do not assume you can pay with your credit card; always ask first.
Please do not take pictures where you are not allowed.
Please do not feel obliged to tip anyone for anything.
Please do not take anything from the natural parks and reserves and keep them as clean as possible.
Please avoid leaving your hotel or apartment without telling anyone where you are heading.
Please do not leave your hotel or accommodation without a guide or a map close at hand unless you know where you are heading.
Please do not come to Egypt without insurance. Medical treatments can cost thousands if you are not insured.
Please do not expect Egyptians to understand your language. Instead, learn some useful phrases. Locals will appreciate it.

Enjoy Egypt country as much as you can. Egypt is not just any country. Egypt is “Om el Donia” (the Mother of the World)!

Please ask Geoota Travel if you have any requirements or questions.

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