Egypt - Travel and Tourism
Situated on the northwestern tip of Africa, Egypt incorporates the Sinai Peninsula, the only land bridge between the continent of Africa.
Even if you’ve seen them before, we suggest that you see them again: the pyramids and the Sphinx.
Egypt has two seasons: a mild winter, from November to April, and a hot summer, from May to October.
A passport and a visa are required for entering Egypt, and you can obtain a renewable 30-day tourist visa on your arrival at any Egyptian airport.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
The Egyptian government is aware that it’s in its best financial interest to make sure that tourists are kept safe in the country.
Egypt is divided into 29 governorates. If you look closely at a map, you can see that some of them.
The Egyptian National Museum contains unique exhibits from prehistoric times to the 3rd century and also has a notable Department of Antiquities.
Traveling to Egypt on business? You should read our Insiders’ Guide to African Business Travel: CAIRO, EGYPT!