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Egypt and Turkey Tours & Trips 2017/2018

5 trips through Egypt and Turkey

Find the right tour for you that goes to Egypt and Turkey. With 5 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 13 days to 19 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is June, which has the most number of departures.

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5 trips through Egypt and Turkey

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  • Breathe in the sheer beauty and awe of the stunning Pyramids of Giza at the desert’s edge in Cairo.
  • Enjoy the rugged terrain and the windswept plains as you set up camp on the sandy beaches of the Red Sea.
  • Descend into a steep valley and discover a magnificent underground complex filled with exquisite tombs at the Luxor’s Valley of Kings.
  • Be lulled by the gentle flapping of sails on a leisurely felucca cruise along the snaking River Nile to visit temples of Edfu and Kom Ombo.
  • Ponder the power of great faiths, stroll through the opulent Topkapi Palace and follow the scents of exotic spices in Istanbul’s Spice Bazaar.
  • Travel back in time to ancient civilizations as you try and decipher mysterious carvings and texts in the beautiful Wadi Rum.
  • Go for a swim in one of Pamukkale’s sparkling pools which are rich in therapeutic minerals and catch the reflections of fading daylight on the stacks of naturally formed travertine.
  • Be transported back to the era of Greco-Roman glory during a visit to the time warped Ephesus metropolis.


  • Wear sandals or boots on desert walks as sand tends to get inside the lining of sneakers.
  • Avoid wearing sleeveless tops or skimpy clothes in Egyptian markets and streets. Light, long sleeved cotton clothing can help you beat the heat.
  • Women are not required to cover their hair in Egypt or Turkey except when visiting mosques.
  • Banks and shops are usually closed on Friday which is the weekly holiday.
  • Learn a few Turkish phrases such as ‘Tesekkur ederim’ (thank you) and ‘Selam’ (hello) as it will come in handy while travelling in Turkey.
  • Gesturing an ‘OK’ sign with your thumb is considered to be offensive in Turkey.
  • While smoking is accepted, it’s inappropriate to pick your teeth or blow your nose in restaurants.
  • Bargain only if you are truly interested in buying something from the bazaars.