|Apply Egypt Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|30 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Single Entry||90 Days||30 Days||5 - 7 Days||50.0 USD|
|30 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Multiple Entry||90 Days||30 Days||5 - 7 Days||85.0 USD|
Egypt or the ‘Gift of Nile’ is best known for its pyramids which are one of the seven wonders of the world. We have all heard about Egypt since we were kids. Either we heard stories on it or read about it in General Knowledge books because of which its ancient history is famous all over the world and so are its ruins. People also go to the Red Sea coast and the Sahara desert both of which are mesmerizing in their own ways. The most famous ancient site in the world, Pyramids at Giza aren’t said to be wonderful for nothing. One look at them and you are bound to be spellbound. They look even more magnificent in reality than they do in pictures, which is rare for any site. The culturally isolated Siwa oasis is another underrated gem of the place. If you are not from one of the visa-exempt countries, you can apply for an e-visa, visa on arrival ( if your country is eligible ) or get it from their nearest diplomatic mission.
|Citizens of the following countries can get a 30-day Single & Multiple entry tourist visa online.|
|United Kingdom||United States of America||Ukraine||Vatican City|
If you are visiting Egypt as a tourist or for meeting your relatives, you can opt for a tourist visa. Your passport has to be valid for a minimum of 6 months beyond stay and you will have to have your hotel bookings or letter from whoever you will be visiting in place.
People going to Egypt for business purposes like representing their company or going for a business meeting, need a business visa. The institute or organization you will be visiting has to send you a letter stating the duration and reason of your stay.
Yes, if your country is eligible for a visa-on-arrival, then you can get it at the Cairo International Airport.
No, you do not. Parents can apply for their children in conjunction with their application.
Yes, all children entering Egypt must have a visa which corresponds correctly to their individual passports. Those children included on a parent/guardian’s passport should also apply for an e-visa.
You are advised to create an e-visa application at least 7 days before your departure.
Applicants with more than one nationality should choose which passport to use to fill out the application, as the same passport must be used to travel to Egypt. Note that the information that appears on the travel document and what is provided on the e-visa application must be identical.
If your trip dates change and your Egyptian e-Visa will have expired during the 3 months, you must request another e-Visa.
The visa for Sinai allows tourists to travel anywhere in the Sinai Peninsula, however, if they want to visit another part of Egypt, like Cairo, Hurghada, Luxor, or Aswan, they will need to obtain a new visa.
Nationals of UK, EU & USA traveling to Sharm El Sheikh, Taba, Dahab and Nuweiba for up to 14 days stay, are visa-exempt.
Yes, however, each applicant must complete and sign his/her application form. In the case of underage children, the legal guardian or parent can sign on their behalf.
An official letter from your GP is required, specifying that the medication you are taking to Egypt is for your personal use only, the quantity you will be carrying and details of your condition. Please note that any medication containing Methadone is not permitted into Egypt.
Yes, as soon as you leave Egypt your visa will be stamped and so you will require another one. If you are from a country that can get their visa upon arrival in Egypt, you can get the new one when you re-enter the country, but if you require a pre-entry visa you should apply for 2 of these, using the second one when you re-enter Egypt.
Though many nationalities are exempt from requiring a visa for staying in Hurghada, once you leave the confines of the town a full tourist visa is required.
If you hold a residence permit in the country you live in you can apply to the Egyptian Embassy/Consulate General in that country, otherwise, you have to apply to the country that issued your passport.
The e-Visa must be printed on a sheet of blank letter-sized white paper. Double-side or reduced printing will not be accepted.
You must present the following documents upon your arrival in Egypt:
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