Do I need a visa to visit Egypt?

Ever wanted to visit the Pyramids, see the Sphinx or cruise the Nile? Whether you love Egypt’s ancient cities, its bucket-list monuments, its rich history and culture or its beautiful beaches that are perfect for deep-sea diving, you’ll need to know whether you require a visa to travel to this stunning desert land. We caught up with Egypt e-Visa to bring you this comprehensive guide on whether you need a visa to visit.

Who needs a visa?

Most nationalities require a visa to visit Egypt. There are just seven countries that are visa-exempt; these are Bahrain, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Lebanon (if arriving on a charter flight from certain airports), Macao, Malaysia, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Furthermore, citizens from EU countries and the USA who travel to the resorts of Sharm El Sheikh, Dahab, Nuweiba and Taba, for a maximum of 15 days, can get a

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