#Egypt #travel IS EGYPT SAFE TO TRAVEL? + other Egypt Travel Tips





We’ve returned from a fantastic few weeks in Egypt and there is so much to share about this overwhelming, ancient, and mesmerizing country.

Egypt is a place that will frustrate you beyond belief, but at the same time, it will be reeling you into its history and sites, which feel unworldly at times. It’s a country that is definitely worth a visit, but it’s worth noting some basic Egypt travel tips first.

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  1. This was an amazing video filled with info! Thanks a lot! Egypt is a country I need to visit but I also need to be really prepared for because I know it’s a lot. I have one question. You mentioned guides and your guide in South Egypt. How do you recommend finding a guide and how did you find yours? Do they guide you for a daily or weekly price or do you pay per outting? Thanks!

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