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  • Hi there, There is a very limted risk of getting malaria in Egypt so I don't think it's necessary. Consult your local doctor to check which particular vaccinations they recommed for your trip, depending on which areas you're travelling to. Foo…
  • Hi! Two days in Cairo - I would start by going to the infamous Pyramids of Giza. Touristy but well worth a visit! Then perhaps head to the Khan Khalili market, which is one of Cairo's renowned markets.....so you can shop to your heart;s content! …
  • You will always be able to buy a visa on arrival at the airport in Egypt, no matter what time you arrive....and you can't miss the visa desk.... Have a great time! Suzanne
  • I've travelled to Egypt as a single woman and felt completely safe - Egypt is not a dangerous country to travel to as an independent traveller. What you say about the unwanted attention from men is true and you will find that, as a foreigner, you wi…
  • Despite the recent protests in the Middle East and North Africa, Morocco remains a safe place to travel as the small protests there have been peaceful. Keep an eye on the Foreign Office Advice before you travel, as they update their information dail…
  • Hey, With 4-5 days there's not a huge amount that can be squeezed in but I would advise not spending the whole trip in Cairo. Perhaps stay there for 2 nights, see the pyramids and Egyptian Museum, then get a flight to Luxor where the infamous Val…
  • I would take along a copy of the prescription with you, just to be sure. Also, if you were to have an accident or any medical problems whilst in the country it would be good for the Cuban doctors etc to have access to exactly what prescriptions you …
  • The distance from Sharm El Sheikh to Jerusalem is about 250 to 260 miles. I hope you have a good trip!
  • October is a good time to go to Egypt as the temperature will be from about 22-30 degrees celcius during the day. I would pack some shorts and t-shirts, but also a couple of jumpers in case it gets a bit cooler in the evenings. Hope that helps.
  • You will be able to buy a return flight once to get to St Lucia, though you may find that it's more expensive, as a last minute ticket. Maybe have a look into an open return flight before you set sail and see what the airline can offer in that respe…
  • I've been there in August and I'm not going to lie; it's very hot! So after you've spent some time exploring the sight like the Pyramids, Valley of the Kings etc I would suggest spending some time on the Red Sea (maybe Dahab or El Quseir), where it …
  • The distance is approx 115 miles and it would take about 3 hours.
  • It's the American government who aren't promoting Cuban travel to American citizens, as they require you to get a license beforehand. To be specific, they have not such much restricted travel to Cuba, but spending money there (which is pretty much t…
  • I would personally get your visa sorted before you go to Cuba, either through the operator you're travelling with or yourself. Cuba have also made it obligatory that you show your medical insurance documents on arrival, so don't forget to bring them…
  • I wouldn't advise travelling in Cuba's hurricane season, so perhaps delay your trip until end of November/start of December to be sure. The best time to travel to Cuba is from late November-April when it is the dry season. Enjoy your trip!