Cox & Kings has announced the resumption of its holidays to Egypt following the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s (FCO) decision to lift its advice against non-essential travel to the country.

Clients who had their holidays to Egypt cancelled, but would like to reinstate their booking, should contact their Cox & Kings tour consultant or travel agent.

The operator will says it will rebook all the relevant services, subject to availability.

Cox & Kings’ local staff has assured that all the museums and sites are open and the tourist infrastructure is in place.

Middle East & North Africa product manager Mark Stacey said: “Egyptians want to welcome tourists back to experience their hospitality and see what their country has to offer. March is a perfect time of year to find some winter sunshine in Egypt and the coming weeks should present a wonderful and rare opportunity to experience the great sites of Cairo and the Nile valley without the usual high number of visitors”.

For more information call 020 7873 5000.

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