Min. from Egypt. of Tourism & Antiquities continues its campaign to facilitate the procedures for obtaining a tourist visa in Egypt

Part of the campaign – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

CAIRO – April 28, 2022: Following on from the promotional campaign launched by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in early April to ease the process of obtaining a tourist visa for Egypt, the ministry launched another campaign on April 28 for three weeks on various social media platforms in a number of different countries, including Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Algeria, South Africa, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia.

The Deputy Minister of Tourism and Antiquities for Promotion, Lamia Kamel, explained that the launch of this campaign is part of the ministry’s concern to familiarize tourists of different nationalities with the new procedures for obtaining a tourist visa. for Egypt, helping to increase inbound tourism to Egypt.

It should be noted that the number of nationalities that can obtain a tourist visa on arrival at Egyptian ports has reached more than 180 nationalities, provided that the passport contains a valid and used visa for one of the following countries: England, America, Schengen [European Union]Japan, New Zealand, Canada and Australia.

The number of nationalities that can obtain the emergency tourist visa at Egyptian ports or electronically has reached 78 nationalities, while making the visas that can be obtained for certain nationalities additional in case of direct access to the cities of Sharm El-Sheikh and Taba, provided they have a return ticket, residence reservation and credit card, or whatever covers their stay in Egypt.

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Part of the campaign – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Part of the campaign - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Part of the campaign – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Part of the campaign - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Part of the campaign – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Part of the campaign - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Part of the campaign – Min. Tourism & Antiquities