Cairo Tours Planner

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Reservation & Payment

To make a reservation, visit our website and choose your desired tour. Click the “Book Now” button, follow the prompts, and complete your payment securely online.

We accept major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, as well as PayPal for your convenience.

Yes, you can. We offer options for both full payment and partial deposits. Check the specific tour details for payment options.

Absolutely. We use industry-standard encryption and security protocols to protect your payment information.

You can modify or cancel your reservation, but it’s subject to our cancellation policy. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for details.

You will receive a confirmation email with all the reservation details, including your booking reference number.

No, we are transparent about our pricing. The total cost of your tour, including any optional extras, will be displayed during the booking process.

Yes, we offer group discounts for larger parties. Contact our customer support team for more information on group bookings.

Visas and Arrivals

Visa requirements vary by nationality. Please contact the nearest Egyptian embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information.

We can provide an invitation letter to support your visa application. However, the visa application process itself is your responsibility.

Cairo Tours Planner offers airport pick-up services for your convenience. You will be met at the airport by our representative holding a sign with your name.

Egypt is a safe tourist destination, and we monitor the situation closely. We recommend checking your government’s travel advisories for the latest information.

Yes, there are customs regulations. It’s advisable to familiarize yourself with these regulations before your trip to avoid any issues at the border.

The Egyptian Pound (EGP) is the official currency. You can exchange money at banks, exchange offices, and some hotels.

Yes, major credit cards are widely accepted in tourist areas. ATMs are also readily available for cash withdrawals.

It’s recommended to have a copy of your travel itinerary, including your hotel reservations, but it may only sometimes be required.

Visit Religious Sites

Modest attire is required when visiting mosques and other religious sites. Women should cover their heads and shoulders, and men should dress conservatively.

Yes, visitors should remove their shoes before entering mosques, speak quietly, and refrain from taking photos unless permitted.

Yes, many mosques in Egypt are open to non-Muslims. However, there may be restrictions on specific areas within the mosque.

Some religious sites may have entrance fees for tourists. Check with your tour guide or at the site for current prices.

Generally, guidebooks and audio guides are allowed, but checking with the site’s staff or your companion is courteous.

Visiting hours can vary by site. Check the opening and closing times in advance.

While you may observe some ceremonies, direct participation may be limited to adherents of the religion.

Photography rules vary by site. It’s best to ask your guide or site staff about photography restrictions.

Safety & Security

Egypt is generally safe for tourists. We prioritize your safety and monitor local conditions to ensure a secure experience.

We recommend following local advice and avoiding areas with known security risks. Check with your guide for the latest information.

We provide emergency contact information in your itinerary. In case of emergency, contact our support team or local authorities.

Travel insurance is not included, but we strongly recommend purchasing comprehensive travel insurance to cover unforeseen events.

Solo travelers should take common-sense precautions, such as avoiding poorly lit areas at night and keeping belongings secure.

We have implemented enhanced safety measures by local guidelines to ensure a safe travel experience during the pandemic.

Drinking bottled water is best to avoid any potential stomach issues. Most hotels and restaurants provide bottled water.

Keep your valuables secure, use hotel safes, and be cautious in crowded areas to prevent theft.

Health Concerns

Check with your healthcare provider for recommended and required vaccinations before traveling to Egypt.

It’s advisable to stay hydrated, use sunscreen, and protect yourself from mosquito bites in certain areas.

Our guides are trained to assist in emergencies. Contact your guide or our support team for medical assistance.

Yes, but carrying a copy of your prescription is recommended, ensuring that your medications are in their original packaging.

While food safety standards are generally high, avoiding street food and drinking bottled water is advisable to prevent gastrointestinal issues.

Travel insurance with medical coverage is highly recommended for unexpected medical expenses.

Visitors with respiratory conditions should take extra precautions due to the potential presence of dust in such areas.

Yes, we can assist you in finding medical facilities and providing recommendations if required during your trip.