Egypt in 2024

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Egypt Meetup Tour


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Women only tour to Egypt

Egypt at a glance

Dive deep into the riches of Egypt’s history and see your childhood textbooks come alive right before your eyes.

This women only tour to Egypt balances history, luxury, and culture – and some of the best Egyptian cuisine a girl could ask for! From learning to read hieroglyphics to sailing down the Nile, to coming face to face with King Ramses III’s mummy, your time in this ancient land of mythical wonders will never be forgotten.  


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ATV in the desert with the pyramids right behind you.

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Float down the Nile at sunset on a traditional Egyptian sailboat

Egypt Female Solo Tour

Opt in to float above the temples and palms trees at sunrise

Solo Network Egypt Female Tours

Tour a mosque with sweeping views of Cairo before an afternoon at The Egyptian Museum.

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Unearth local foodie gems on food tour through Old Cairo.

Egypt Tour for Women

Marvel at Abu Simbel, one of the most coveted Egyptian sites (optional)



Weather in Egypt can reach high temperatures, especially in summer. All of our accommodation and transportation is air conditioned, but some sites have little shade. Be aware that exposure to the elements is at times unavoidable. 

Proof of travel insurance is required before joining day 1 of any Meetup Tour. International flights are not included. 

New Advice for Canadians entering Egypt after October 1st, 2023! Starting October 1, 2023, Canadian passport holders will not be able to obtain a visa online before travelling to or upon arrival in Egypt. Visitors will be required to obtain a visa from an Egyptian embassy or consulate abroad.

women traveling in Egypt together

Meet your new BFF.

People often leave our Meetup Tours with friends for life and couches to crash on all over the world.

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Guaranteed solo time.

Spend it with friends or explore on your own, but take time to reflect on your incredible journey. 

premium accommodation in Egypt

Get your beauty sleep.

Enjoy our hand-picked, premium accommodation combining the best of design, location and comfort.  


Day 1

Egypt welcome and city food tour

Welcome to Egypt! Your adventure begins with an airport greetings and our VIP escort. You will be transferred to our beautiful Cairo hotel before heading out to the best introduction to Egypt: a food tour! Here, our expert Egyptologist guide will lead us through favourite local food hangouts, and we’ll get our first taste of Cairo cuisine. Meals: dinner 

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Day 2

ATV ride past the pyramids

After our welcome meeting and breakfast this morning, we’ll listen to stories of ancient Egypt on the short drive to the famous Pyramids of Giza! Learn why these stunning tombs exist, and how they are so well preserved. There’s time to wander solo and absorb the grandeur before we tuck into a traditional Egyptian feast at a beloved SoFe lunch spot. Don’t give into that food coma just yet though, because it’s time to see the Sphinx (and maybe give him a kiss for a photo!). From here, we satisfy our inner adrenaline junkies and hop onto an ATV to zoom past the pyramids. Your leader will step in to assist with capturing photos that will surely make you the star of every dinner party for the rest of the year. We end the day with a drink at a nearby rooftop restaurant. Meals: breakfast & lunch. 

Egypt kiss

Day 3

Flight to Aswan, Philae Temple & solo afternoon

We’ll hop on an early morning flight to Aswan, approximately 2 hours flying time. After landing, we visit Philae Temple located on an island in the middle of the mighty Nile River. Dedicated to the goddess Isis, we’ll wander through the temple learning about women’s roles in ancient Egypt. Before we go, say hello to the many cats hanging out like locals at the cafe (which has excellent lemon mint juice). We check into our beautiful hotel for a free evening. There are many amenities to enjoy at your leisure, including a refreshing pool. Meals: breakfast. 

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Float down The Nile on a felucca 

Today you have the option to get some rest by the pool or take an optional tour to the giant carvings at Abu Simbel. Next to the pyramids, it’s arguably one of the most impressive Egyptian sites. It’s not to be missed, and is totally worth the longer distance to visit. This afternoon, we settle in onboard a felucca, and float the day away as we cruise down the Nile river with a delicious lunch and dinner spread generously prepared by Nubian villagers. There’s no better way to watch the sun set than drink in hand, new friends all around and the glimmering Nile waters before you. Meals: breakfast, lunch & dinner  | Drive time: 5 hours

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Drive to Luxor, Karnak & Luxor Temples

This morning we set off on a train journey past villages and lush farms on our way to Luxor. Once in Luxor, we take the opportunity to marvel at the second largest temple complex in the world –  the awesome Temple of Karnak. The massive engraved columns, towering obelisk and offering table room are highlights of this magnificent temple. Once the sun goes down, the Temple of Luxor lights up beautifully. We’ll do a night walking tour to see some of the most important carvings in ancient Egypt. Meals: breakfast & lunch  |  Drive time: approx 2 hours


Valley of the Kings & Hatshepsut Temple

This morning, choose between waking up for sunrise and doing an optional hot air balloon ride (when in Egypt…) or sleeping in and enjoying a more genteel start to the day. We’ll meet up for a tour to Luxor’s best ancient wonders: the Valley of Kings! We’ll see hieroglyphic covered tombs belonging to famous pharaohs. Following the Valley of Kings, we visit the female-focused Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the few female Egyptian rulers. Meals: breakfast 

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Flight to Cairo, Egyptian Museum & Khan El Khalili Market

After a short flight back to Cairo, visit the Egyptian Museum packed full of artifacts, mummies, tombs, statues, hieroglyphics, and much more. Before you wander off to explore all the nooks and crannies, our Egyptologist guide will describe fascinating aspects of Egyptian history. For lunch, we recommend one of Egypt’s most beloved dishes – koshary. Bellies full, we visit the Mosque of Ibn Tulun and learn about Islam from a female NGO representative whose mission is to describe the beauty of Islam and how women fit into the religion. She will gladly answer any questions that we may have. Climb the stairs to the minaret to be rewarded with views over Cairo, or simply enjoy the intricate details of this beautiful mosque. We’ll finish the afternoon by exploring the biggest market in Egypt: Khan El Khalili Market. The winding alleyways of the market house souvenirs, gifts and Egyptian food. Meals: breakfast & lunch. 

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It’s the last day of The Egypt Meetup Tour, but it doesn’t have to end! Either check out any time today (your guide can help you arrange transportation to the airport) for your flight home, or stay on with us as we continue to Dahab for a full-blown beach vacation. Dahab details below!

women on a boat


Our accommodation is hand-picked to give you the best combination of comfort, location, and style. These are photos from our collection of favorite villas and resorts to give you a sense of the accommodation you can expect with us. All of our accommodation is premium, comfortable and many have beautiful views of prime locations.

Steigenberger Tahrir Square

Offering a delicious breakfast and a central location in the heart of the city, the Steigenberger Hotel will serve as your home base in the bustling city of Cairo. 

Tolip Hotel, Aswan

Sweeping views of the Nile and a beautiful outdoor lounge area are ideal backdrops for those sundowners with new friends.

Nile Palace, Luxor

5 star amenities and the location (right on the Nile!) make this one of our favorite hotels for a dip in the pool between iconic temple visits. 


For a more in depth overview of this Meetup Tour and traveling through Egypt – this guide will prepare you for your adventure from the cost of falafel to how to get a taxi.

Cairo International Airport (CAI)

We strongly recommend that you arrive by 3pm to make it in time for the welcome meeting and food tour. Your VIP airport transfer will meet you with a sign with the SoFe Travel logo. He will lead you through customs and wait while you get your bags. The transfer will take you from the airport to our group hotel in Cairo. If fellow travelers arrive around the same time, we’ll bring you to the hotel together.

Cairo International Airport (CAI)

Hotel check out is at 10am. You are welcome to leave any time today. Ask your guide to help you arrange a ride to the airport or share a transfer with fellow travelers.

  • International airfares
  • Egyptian Visa fee 
  • Travel insurance (mandatory for all travelers)
  • Tip for the guide
  • Airport drop off
  • Any meals not listed under inclusions
  • Any optional activities as indicated in the itinerary
  • A non-refundable $500 deposit is required to hold your spot.
  • Final payment is due 90 days before departure.
  • Pay as much as often as you like until the due date.
  • If you cancel your spot earlier than 90 days before departure, you can apply your payment to any trip within the next year.

Most countries, including the USA, UK, and Australia, are able to get a visa upon arrival to Egypt. In fact, we recommend getting it on arrival because the process is straightforward and fast. With the VIP service that we have arranged for our travelers on day 1, our airport escort will walk you through the entire process.

All you need to get an Egyptian visa on arrival is your passport and $25 USD in cash. The rest is super simple. If you are not a US passport holder, please check to be sure your country qualifies for a visa upon arrival, but the majority of them do.

New Advice for Canadians entering Egypt after October 1st, 2023: 

Change 1: As of 3rd Sep 2023, all Canadian travelers to Egypt will not be eligible to Visa on Arrival in Egypt and are required to apply for pre-entry visa in advance. Evisa is still valid for Canadian travelers until 30 Sep, however, it’s recommended that you obtain a visa from the nearest Egyptian Embassy or consulate prior to your departure.

Change 2: Starting October 1, 2023, Canadian passport holders will not be able to obtain a visa online before travelling to or upon arrival in Egypt. Visitors will be required to obtain a visa from an Egyptian embassy or consulate abroad.

If visitors travel to Egypt on an electronic visa on or after October 1, 2023, their visa will be considered void, and they will be denied boarding and/or entry into Egypt.

Canadian travelers should contact the nearest Egyptian embassy or consulate before travel

Unfortunately, there’s not a lot of clarity on exactly what is needed for Canadians to apply for a paper visa with the embassy or consulate but the contact details of the Egypt embassy and consulate in Canada can be found here.

The itinerary is subject to change due for any reason – weather, unexpected cancellations, impromptu local opportunities, or surprise additions.

All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.

Comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory or you may be refused to join the tour. See our guide for help choosing a plan.

The baggage allowance for our internal flights is 1 check in suitcase that is a maximum of 50lbs/23kg and 1 carryon. An additional fee applies to bags  that exceeds this. 

On rare occasions, any domestic flight that we include in this trip may be changed or canceled with little notice.  Remember, we cannot control the decisions that airlines make, so sometimes amendments will need to be made to our mode of transportation. Rest assured that if this happens, we will still get you to your destination. Part of the unique experience of traveling in any form is having the flexibility and grace to embrace detours.


What our travelers say

This tour was epic in every way

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“This was my 2nd solo trip with SoFe. I initially went to Bali and because that tour was so good I decided to go to Egypt meetup and I am so happy that I did. This tour was EPIC. I am even planning on going on this same tour again to experience it all over again!” Aihee R. | Egypt & Bali 


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Egypt Female Solo Tour

“I’m 100% going to book another trip, although this one will be hard to beat. This trip was everything and more I could ever ask for. I saw places I only ever saw in photos, experienced “Egyptian Hospitality” first hand, had stereotypes of the middle east shattered, watched the sunrise over the Sahara, swam in the Nile AND the Red Sea, and danced to the sound of Nubian drums on a felucca at sunset on the Nile. How could a girl ever ask for more? This trip was the perfect blend of history and education, culture, great food, bucket list items completed, and topped off with even better company.” Dani B. | Egypt

The Egypt Meetup was life-changing.

Solo Female Network Tour Egypt

“The Egypt SoFe trip was life-changing, truly! From our amazing egyptologist guide, Sameh, to the sites and wonders of Egypt, and the amazing women that I got to meet and travel with, it was extraordinary. The experiences shared and the memories made are unparalleled and will hold a place in my heart forever. Thank you SoFe Traveler Network.” Darlyne M. | Egypt

Photos from the road

We looove to collect and share photos from our Solo Female Traveler Meetup Tours. To see more images from Egypt, check out the stories on our Instagram! @solofemaletravel. When you travel with us, tag @sofetravel so we can find your posts.


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