A stress free expat is a happy expat. Taking a job overseas can bring great gains to us as individuals and to the companies that brought us here, but often, for a new expat landing in Cairo, it can present some practical challenges, strains and issues that slow down the process of really feeling at home in Egypt. We can help with that!
At a time when you are navigating a new city, meeting new people and settling children in new schools, finding the things that will make your house feel like home can be difficult or daunting.
But not any more. Expat Cairo are taking the pain of that away. Our team of expatriate experts will do the set up shopping for you and get you kitted out in style and at prices that are affordable.
We offer bronze, silver and gold packages that will equip your kitchen, set up your bathrooms and make sure you sleep in comfort on fresh new Egyptian cotton sheets.
Contact us for more information and pricing on our kitchen, bedroom and bathroom packs for your family or your international assignees.
We do the hard work so you don’t have to. And better still, we will deliver it all to your door.
The aim of Expat Cairo’s Cultural and Orientation Training is to ensure that you, your family or your employees have a smooth transition into Cairo, and can fully integrate into daily living and work situations. Repatriation training can also be … read more
The first crucial step when relocating to Egypt is ensuring your visa is valid and you have permission to remain in the country legally. You only get a 4 week visa on arrival. So the clock starts ticking as soon … read more
While not a new phenomenon, professional dog-napping is on the rise in Cairo. Every dog is at risk but pure bred dogs are popular and as a result more valuable. Many dog thefts occur outside restaurants, shops, and from parked … read more
An Egyptian government report issued in May 2011 said that 18 people per day were killed in road accidents in 2009 alone. Driving a personal or rented vehicle Many expatriates drive themselves in Cairo but many also opt to employ … read more
Diarrhea is one of the most common health problems experienced by travellers in Egypt. Many illnesses, including Cholera, Hepatitis A, and Typhoid, are also spread by food and water contaminated with human waste. Water Much of Egypt’s surface and ground … read more
Keeping in touch with friends and family both in Egypt and abroad is imporant. We give you a quick overview of what you need to know to get online at home and on the go. read more
Many of us factor in our cost of living before making the decision to move to a city or not. Here is our quick overview of basic household items to get you started in Cairo. read more