Amanda | LVV Travel

Amanda is an Aussie backpacker who loves adventure, waterfalls and everything outdoors. Together with her husband, Daniel, they have been travelling the world for over two years and run LVV Travel. They share travel and backpacking guides and aim to help backpackers travel adventurously and sustainably.

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  1. Shahar and Joanne
    7 Mar 2019 @ 8:48 am

    Hi Amanda thank you for the helpful post!

    We are planning to enter through the Taba border and will be staying for a week between Dahab and Sharm El Sheikh. You say that most people doing this don’t need a visa… do you know if this is true for Canadian passport holders? Which people doing this WOULD need a visa?

    Thanks again!

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  2. cp
    23 Dec 2018 @ 11:28 pm

    new updated info. 22 dec 2018
    we arrived from eilat to taba and we were able to get a full on visa all the way to cairo. we saw a sign at the booth where they stamp your passport about cairo but it was kind of vague because of poor translation so we asked. they have a man/operator/dont know who comes by every half hour or so and for a fee of $20 he will write a guarantee for accommodations so you can get the visa. so for $20 ( his fee) plus$25 for the visa you can get it there. easy smeasy.
    oh yea, still needed us dollars for the visa. there is a money changer right there but we had some with us. he was able to go there and get USD change for my $100 bill.

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  3. Sam
    28 Nov 2018 @ 5:57 am

    noooooooooo! you’re (probably unknowingly) advertising a scam… egyptvisa.com is a third-party, which pretends like it’s an official website – they basically charge you $60 to copy paste your info into a public website… here’s the official one: https://www.visa2egypt.gov.eg

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