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Egypt and Israel Tours & Trips 2017/2018

15 trips through Egypt and Israel

Find the right tour for you that goes to Egypt and Israel. With 15 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 3 days to 22 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is November, which has the most number of departures.

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15 trips through Egypt and Israel

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Highlights

  • Say hello to the Sphinx that guards the Great Pyramids of Giza before a journey to the inner chambers housing untold secrets.
  • Gain a fascinating insight into ancient Egyptian dynasties and rituals as you stroll around the treasures at Cairo’s Egyptian Museum.
  • Drift on the Nile River and gaze upon the landscape painted with the magical hues of a glowing sunset.
  • Cool off in the sparkling Red Sea or unwind at beachfront coffee shops during a visit to Dahab.
  • Walk cobblestone alleyways to discover the incredible socio-religious mosaic that defines contemporary Jerusalem.
  • Be mesmerized by fascinating Roman ruins braving the ravages of time at Caesarea in Israel.
  • Have a blissful time swimming and playing with wild dolphins at Dolphins Reef at Eilat, Israel.

Tips

  • Many tourist attractions are closed during Sabbath which extends from sunset on Friday to nightfall on Saturday.
  • If an Israeli holds your hand, accept it graciously as it is a gesture of friendship.
  • Avoid extending your thumb while gesturing as doing this is considered offensive in Israel.
  • Women can carry a scarf and a wraparound skirt that they can use to cover themselves while visiting certain religious sites in Israel.
  • Refrain from eating, smoking or drinking in public if it is the holy month of Ramadan in Egypt.
  • It is acceptable for men to wear sleeveless t-shirts in Egyptian coastal cities such as Sharm el-Sheikh and Dahab but otherwise they should stick to t-shirts with sleeves or buttoned down shirts.
  • Women are not required to cover their hair in Egypt unless they are entering a mosque.
  • Banks are closed on Fridays and Saturdays in Egypt.