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Egypt and Turkey Tours & Trips 2021/2022

Find the right tour for you through Egypt and Turkey. We've got 7 tours going to Egypt and Turkey, starting from just 11 days in length, and the longest tour is 19 days. The most popular month to go is September, which has the most number of tour departures. Check here our Egypt and Turkey packages.

9 Egypt and Turkey trips with 7 reviews

Highlights

  • 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.

Tips

  • 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.

Egypt And Turkey Tours & Trips Reviews

  • "Reggie was a excellent tour guide full of knowledge, extremely helpful and was very..."
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