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Travel update 04 March

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Updated 04 March

Currently the UK government advises against international travel and this is under constant review.We are not operating cruises and holidays until after 17 May 2021.

Whereas it may be illegal to travel on holiday right now, this does not mean that you can not book a holiday for later in the year or next year. In fact because of many already postponed holiday and cruises,we are seeing limited availability for popular dates in October 2021 and February/March 2022. Rest asssured that if you do book a holiday with us and there are still restrictions in place at the time of travel(we normally review a month before),then you would be entitled to a full cash refund in line with Package Travel Regulations.

Aside from the current restriction, the FCO does not advise against non-essential travel to most parts of Egypt apart from Sinai (except Sharm El Sheikh) and other desert areas west of the Nile. On arrival, one must produce to airport authorities, confirmation of a valid health insurance policy and proof of a negative PCR test conducted no more than 72 hours prior to flight departure.

We expect to operate our cruises and holidays from 17 May. Balance payment of holidays is due 10 weeks before departure and failure to pay this could result in cancellation and loss of deposit.If you wish to postpone your trip, prior to balance payment, it may be possible however as airlines are now operating , there will be an £80 ticket amendment fee in addition to our applying the new cost of the holiday.If you wish to fully cancel a tour or cruise which is still operating, our booking terms and conditions would apply. https://www.discoveregypt.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.

We know that this can be a worrying time. Rest assured we will continuously monitor the situation as it develops. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Tel: 020 2407 2111 email: sales@discoveregypt.co.uk


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