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Traveling to Egypt

Roam at ease with unsurpassed network coverage quality, the best quality voice and Internet communication services in Egypt.

Hi Traveler Tariff

Now Etisalat offers you Hi traveler line that allows you to enjoy a variety of packages to meet your Internet,calls and international calls needs at the best prices and highest speed

 
 
Rate Plan
Rate Plan Price Int. calls Mob. internet

Local SMS

Local min.

175 Traveler

EGP 175

10

5 GB

500

500

175 Voice only Traveler

EGP 175

25

-

500

1000

350 Traveler

EGP 350

25

10 GB

1000

1500

525 Traveler

EGP 525

50

20 GB

2000

3500

Terms and Conditions:

• All prices are tax inclusive
• For package renewal please call *620#
• Package applies only for tourists visiting Egypt.
• Unused Mbytes will be carried over in case of bundle renewal.
• You can download my Etisalat applet to monitor your usage from App store or Play store.
• You can enjoy our “Tourist Assistance” service by calling 7070.
 

Details
Rate Plan Price Int. calls Mob. internet Local SMS Local min

 Traveler 175

EGP 175 10 5 GB 500 500

Traveler 175 

Voice only

EGP 175 25 - 500 1000

Traveler 350

(Renewable 3 times only)

EGP 350 25 10 GB 1000 1500

Traveler 525

(Renewable 3 times only)

EGP 525 50 20 GB 2000 3500

All rate plans are valid for 30 days

Terms and Conditions:

  • All prices are tax inclusive
  • For package renewal please call *620#
  • Package applies only for tourists visiting Egypt.
  • Unused Mbytes will be carried over in case of bundle renewal.
  • You can download My Etisalat App to monitor your usage
  • You can enjoy our “Tourist Assistance” service by calling 7070.
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Welcome to Egypt

Useful information that will help you during your stay with us.

Arab Republic of Egypt
Capital Cairo
Official Language Arabic
Total Area 1,010,407km2
Population Estimate 93,000,000+
Currency  Egyptian Pound (EGP)
Time Zone EET (UTC+2)



History of Egypt
Egypt possesses one of the oldest histories of any modern country, originating in the tenth millennium BCE as one of the world's first nation states. Considered a cradle of civilization, Ancient Egypt experienced some of mankind’s earliest developments in writing, agriculture, urbanization, organized religion and central government. Iconic monuments such as the Giza Necropolis and its Great Sphinx, as well the ruins of Memphis, Thebes, Karnak, and the Valley of the Kings, reflect this legacy and remain a primary focus of archaeological study and popular interest worldwide. Egypt's rich cultural heritage is an integral part of its national identity, having endured and, at times, assimilated numerous foreign influences, including Greek, Persian, Roman, Arab, Ottoman, and European.

Emergency Numbers
Service Number
Tourist Police 126
Fire Service 180
Ambulance 123
Police 122
Telephone Guide 140
Cairo Airport Shuttle Bus 19970
Flying Hospital Service (02)-37766393/2


Important tips for you to know
Do's

  •    Drink a lot of water, Egypt’s climate is very dry and it’s easy to get dehydrated
  •    Carry some cash when heading to remote locations
  •    Make sure you have a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, light cotton or linen clothes, and comfortable shoes when out sightseeing
  •    Dress modestly when visiting religious sites, and remember to take off your shoes before entering a mosque
  •    Respect the local customs and conservative dress codes
  •    Visit the local tourist office if you have any questions or special requests
  •    Seek the help of the touristic police if you have any difficulty
  •    Carry identification with you at all times
  •    Make sure you have taken all the required vaccinations

  • Dont's
  •    Drink and dive - alcohol can increase decompression sickness
  •    Assume you can pay with your credit card everywhere, always ask first
  •    Take pictures in areas where photography is prohibited
  •    Feel obliged to tip everyone
  •    Remove anything from the parks and reserves, keep them as clean as you can
  •    Leave your hotel or apartment without telling someone where you’ll be
  •    Leave your hotel or apartment without a guide or a map for reference
  •    Come to Egypt without insurance, medical treatment can be very expensive
  •    Expect Egyptians will understand your language, try to acquire some local phrases