About  Egypt

For almost 30 centuries—from its unification around 3100 B.C. to its conquest by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C.—ancient Egypt was the preeminent civilization in the Mediterranean world. From the great pyramids of the Old Kingdom through the military conquests of the New Kingdom, Egypt’s majesty has long entranced archaeologists and historians and created a vibrant field of study all its own: Egyptology. The main sources of information about ancient Egypt are the many monuments, objects, and artifacts that have been recovered from archaeological sites, covered with hieroglyphs that have only recently been deciphered. The picture that emerges is of a culture with few equals in the beauty of its art, the accomplishment of its architecture, or the richness of its religious traditions.


Egypt (Egyptian Arabic: “مصر” Masr; officially, the Arab Republic of EgyptClassical Arabic: جمهورية مصر العربية) is a transcontinental country in North Africa with its capital located in its largest city, Cairo. Egypt also extends into Asia by virtue of holding the Sinai Peninsula. Egypt is bordered by Israel and the Gaza Strip to the north-east, by Sudan to the south, and by Libya to the west. The country is bounded by the Mediterranean and Red Seas (to the north and east respectively) and geographically dominated both by the Nile River and its fertile well-watered valley and by the Eastern and Western deserts.

Egypt is perhaps best known as the home of the ancient Egyptian civilization, with its temples, hieroglyphs, mummies, and – visible above all – its pyramids. Less well-known is Egypt’s medieval heritage, courtesy of Coptic Christianity and Islam – ancient churches, monasteries, and mosques punctuate the Egyptian landscape. Egypt stimulates the imagination of western tourists like few other countries and is probably one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide.

Selected links

Egypt – Official Site

Ancient Egypt – Ancient History –

Egypt travel – Lonely Planet

Egypt 2018: Best of Egypt Tourism – TripAdvisor

How to get Egypt-Visa? 

For details please follow the link (Egypt e-Visa – Online Application Form – Apply now)

The Online Request for Letters of Invitation is open!

Delegates needing a letter of invitation for visa or administrative purposes can submit a request by clicking here.

You will be directed to The Invitation Form page where you will be requested to complete and submit your request for a Letter of Invitation. Fields for which you have no information to complete should be left blank.


Delegates needing a Letter of Invitation for visa or administrative purposes will be able to submit a request through the conference Online system.

Please note that you will only be able to submit your request once for a smooth operation of the system. Multiple submissions will not be accepted by the system.

Please pay close attention to the information that you enter when submitting your request, as the data that you enter (first name, last name, organization, address, etc) will appear exactly as it has been entered, including any obvious errors.

Please ensure to respect the format of the submission form. The format of the date is: DD/MM/YYYY and the punctuation is required in order for the submission to be accepted.

Information should be entered as per your passport information. Capital letters should only be used for initial characters.  Please do not use all capital letters when submitting the form. The maximum number of characters allowed (space included) is 55 for the organization, job title, and address fields.

You must hold a valid passport to enter Egypt. Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Egypt.


The conference is open to all delegates directly or indirectly involved in activities related to Nature Products, Biotechnology, Pharmacology, Nanotechnology, and Drug Delivery.

The BioNat Team reserves the right to reject submissions that are not related to the conference.


Should delegates (chairs, speakers, coordinators, and abstract authors) request that the session they will be contributing to being mentioned in the letter of invitation, they are invited to enter its full reference in the Comments section of the submission form?

Include the session name and session number (information specified in the sessions description sent to each contributor).


As English is the official language of BioNat, letters will be available in this language only.


Once the online Letter of Invitation has been requested, an automatic acknowledgment of receipt will be immediately sent to the submitter. The Letter of Invitation will be emailed in the 48 hours following the submission.  Original letters of invitation are sent by postal mail, only upon request, and the reception date depends on your local postal services. Delegates needing express carrier services should inform the Conference Unit before organizing their journey from their country of residence. The costs related to express shipping are to be borne by the delegate.


Delegates traveling with accompanying persons should clearly mention this information, with the full name of the accompanying person(s), when submitting their request. The accompanying persons are requested to submit their own request for a Letter of Invitation and to mention the name of the delegate they will be accompanying.


  • The deadline for submitting a request for a Letter of Invitation will be 31 January 2019.
  • No letter will be processed after this date.
  • Submit your request early for better planning of your attendance.