Frequently Asked Questions

- There are many reasons to book your trip through sun tour 24 .

We have been in the business of operating high quality tours in Egypt since 2008 and pride ourselves on using this experience to create consistently high quality, personalized tour experiences.

Our network extends all over Egypt so we are able to provide a level high of service anywhere you would like to travel in Egypt and even beyond.

- Yes, sun  Tour 24  does provide a discount for private trips booked with large groups.

For groups of ten or more people, there will be a discount dependent upon the nature and length of the trip.

For groups of fifteen or more people, the total price of the tour will be reduced by the full cost for one person in the group.

-Vip Egypt Tours is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to receive your booking inquiries via email, telephone, or live online chat.

You can also submit a booking request form describing the trip you want to take, its length, and any other details you can provide and you will receive a reply promptly with a proposal from our representatives.

-Our toll free number, email, and a link to our chat service can be found at the bottom of our website .

- Egyptians are well known all over the world for their tolerance and hospitality; however, it is always polite to ask permission before taking a photograph of people, especially women, and stores or products.

Photography is non-permitted around army bases, airports, dams, bridges, and in metro. In most places where photography is prohibited there will be signs to notify you.

There are a large number of banks and exchange offices that can change cash and travelers’ checks in Egypt.

Moreover, many touristic shops, Restaurants, and bars will actually accept Dollars or Euros at rates that are relatively close to the official ones.

Makes sure you know the current exchange rate of dollars or Euros to Egyptian pounds.

The official currency of Egypt is the Egyptian pound, or “Geneh” in Arabic, and commonly abbreviated as LE.

One Egyptian pound is 100 piastres, or "irsh" in Arabic.

There are banknotes of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200 LE and there are coins of 25 piastres, 50 piastres, and 1 pound.

It can sometimes be difficult to find change for large bills so it is always advisable to have change on hand for taxis and tips.

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