Vaccinations For Egypt - Which Vaccines Do I Need?

With its stunning monuments from several millennia past, Egypt continues to fascinate tourists from all over the world. Its warm climate and varied landscape make Egypt the perfect destination for explorers as well as those in search for relaxation and pampering.

Before you are ready to cruise the Nile or have your picture taken in front of the pyramids of Giza, you need to attend to your travel health. All travellers going to Egypt should consider getting vaccinated for hepatitis A and typhoid. Depending on the reason for your travel and the activities you have planned, you may need additional immunisations. It is best if you see a travel nurse six weeks before you are planning to leave, to allow enough time for all your vaccinations.

Traveller's Diarrhoea

Traveller's diarrhoea is a common complaint for travellers going to Egypt. The condition usually improves quickly if you take an antibiotic treatment as soon as you notice the first symptoms. Superdrug Online Doctor offers an online prescription service allowing you to take a treatment with you - so traveller's diarrhoea won't spoil your holiday.

Antibiotic Treatment Pack Size Price
3 Day Course £30

Recommended Vaccinations

Vaccinations for hepatitis A and typhoid are recommended for all travellers going to Egypt.

Other Vaccines To Consider

Depending on your travel route and the activities you have planned, you may need additional vaccinations for your trip.


Egypt is not known as a risk country for malaria.