Egypt is a generally safe country filled with kind people who genuinely welcome foreign visitors. It is prudent, however, for travelers to remain informed and to be aware of their surroundings, especially in light of recent turmoil and political unrest. The following external sites may be of help. Use your browser’s back button to return here.
Travel advisories for Egypt from the U. S. Department of State
It’s always a good idea to purchase travel insurance (also called “trip insurance”) to ensure you have a great trip. Based on the type of insurance and your plan, travel insurance might reimburse you for the cost of a hotel and meals if your flight is unexpectedly cancelled, or if bad weather forces big changes to your itinerary. Get lots more information on insurance. (NOTE: we have no arrangements with AARDY – it’s just a helpful website.)
World Wide Medical Plans maintains up-to-date information on travel alerts and may be a source for traveler’s insurance
The U.K.’s Direct Travel Insurance site offers similar information and may be another source for travel insurance
MEDICAL CARE OVERSEAS
No vaccinations or special shots are required for travel to Egypt. Persons with serious health problems should obtain permission from a qualified physician before traveling.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Health Alerts for Travelers