Egypt Cultural & Recreational Wheelchair Tour in 7 Days

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Tour Details

  • Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
  • Tour Location: Cairo – Giza – Alexandria – Hurghada
  • Tour Availability: Available Everyday
  • Pickup & Drop Off: Cairo Airport
  • Tour Type: Wheelchair

Egypt Wheelchair Tour to Cairo, Alexandria, and Hurghada for One Week

The Wheelchair Accessible trip package will be the ticket to a memorable week of sightseeing in the charming cities of Cairo, Alexandria, and Hurghada, including historical, cultural, and natural attractions. Every tourist will benefit from the services of our highly qualified staff for a whole week, who will organize the most appropriate accommodations and facilities. Make the most of your vacation by booking this fantastic holiday tour.

Tour Highlights

Giza Attractions

  • Giza Pyramid Complex
  • The Great Sphinx
  • The Valley Temple
  • Saqqara Step Pyramid
  • Memphis City

Cairo Attractions

  • The Egyptian Museum
  • Mohamed Ali Mosque
  • Salah El-Din Citadel
  • The National Museum
  • Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Alexandria Attractions

  • Pompe’s Pillar
  • Qaitbay Citadel
  • Alexandria Library

Tour Inclusions

  • 4 Night accommodation at 5* hotel in Cairo.
  • 2 Night accommodation at 5* hotel in Hurghada.
  • Flight tickets from Cairo to Hurghada and return.
  • Entrance fees to all sites in the itinerary.
  • Meet and assist upon arrival and departure.
  • All your tours and excursions by private A.C. Cars.
  • An accessible private air-conditioned modern van adapted for wheelchair travelers.
  • Free helper during your sightseeing tours at the historical places
  • Portage when needed.
  • An expert Egyptologist guide during the tours.
  • All service charges and taxes.

Tour Exclusions

  • International Airfare.
  • Egypt entry visa.
  • Tipping.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Sound & Light Show Upon Arrival in Egypt

The first day will begin when you arrive at Cairo airport, where an employee from “Egypt Tours Inn” will assist you through completing your passport control formalities as well as luggage identification and carry. You will be driven to your hotel for check-in in a private air-conditioned car from the airport.

In the evening, you’ll join your tour guide at a magnificent sound and light display to learn about how ancient Egyptian civilization arose from the sands along the Nile’s banks, before returning to your hotel for the night.

Dinner is the main course.

Day 2: Visit the Pyramids, Saqqara, and Memphis

Breakfast will be served in the morning, and then you will join your private tour guide to begin your 7-day Cairo, Alexandria, and Hurghada wheelchair vacation by viewing the biggest monuments of ancient Egyptian civilization, beginning with:

Giza Pyramids Complex

The Giza Pyramids Complex, which dates back over 4000 years and includes the three main pyramids, six smaller pyramids, the Great Sphinx, and the Valley Temple, is the world’s oldest wonder.

The Great Pyramid of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Khufu, which dates from 2580 BC and is more than 4500 years old, is one of the most well-known artifacts on the planet. It was created in 20 years with 2,300,000 pieces of limestone, making it one of the world’s largest structures even now. Its height of 147 meters (481 feet) rendered it the world’s tallest building for 3800 years, until the completion of the Lincoln Cathedral in England in 1311. Various fringe beliefs concerning the pyramid’s origin, function, and magnificent construction surround it.

The Great Sphinx of Giza

Since ancient times, the Great Sphinx has served as Egypt’s lone guardian. It is the world’s oldest statue, and it has served as a source of inspiration for numerous dreamers and travelers throughout the centuries, even though much mystery still surrounds the statue’s age, function, and origin. It stands 73 meters (240 feet) tall and 19 meters (66 feet) wide and is shaped like the sphinx, a mythical monster with the body of a lion and the head of a man, most likely king Khafre, as a sign of power and knowledge.

The Valley Temple

The Valley Temple is one of the best-preserved structures of ancient Egyptian civilization, made entirely of limestone and granite and holding amazing diorite statues of king Chephren as well as displaying a great deal of information about the ritual burial customs of the time. It was built during Egypt’s Old Kingdom (2686-2181 BC) and is one of the best-preserved structures of ancient Egyptian civilization, made entirely of limestone and granite and holds amazing diorite statues of king Chephren

After that, go to a local Cairo restaurant for lunch. After that, we’ll go to see:

Step Pyramid of Saqqara

As the world’s oldest large-cut stone edifice, the Saqqara Step Pyramid is a one-of-a-kind structure. It was constructed by Pharaoh Djoser’s great vizier Imhotep. It boasts a one-of-a-kind design, with six steps and a height of 62 meters. The pyramid is encircled by a complex that was the first of its type, with exquisite ornamentation and majestic ceremonial structures that signaled the beginning of the golden period of architecture.

Memphis City

Memphis was known as the Land of Endurance and Beauty, and it was built by King Menes to be the lifeblood of the two lands as well as the first formal capital. It is the abode of Ptah, the patron god of creation and art. It contains numerous monuments dating back over 4000 years to some of Ancient Egypt’s most famous figures, including as Ramses II, as well as large temples dedicated to gods and goddesses such as Aton and Hathor.

Finally, we will transport you to your accommodation for the night.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 3: Visit the Magnificent City of Alexandria.

After breakfast, you will travel with your tour guide in a private A/C car to Alexandria, the eternal city, to thoroughly explore:

Pompey’s Pillar

Pompey’s pillar, also known as the Roman Triumphal Column, was carved in 300 AD for Diocletian, the Roman Emperor, and stands 33.85 meters tall and is composed of granite. It is the only column outside of Rome.

After lunch at a restaurant in Alexandria, continue your journey by visiting:

Citadel of Qaitbay

The Qaitbay Citadel, built in 1447 AD by Mamluk Sultan Al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa’it Bay, is a historical monument with a distinct Islamic air. The Citadel is famous for being built on the same site as Alexandria’s magnificent lighthouse, which was one of the ancient world’s seven wonders.

Alexandria Library

The Bibliotheca Alexandria is a mystical library that was built in 2002 to honor the spirit of the historic Library of Alexandria. It has the world’s sixth largest francophone library, as well as a number of inside museums, art galleries, and other attractions.

Return to your Cairo hotel to stay the night.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 4: Fly to Hurghada and enjoy a free day in the Egyptian capital.

After breakfast in Cairo, you will be transferred to Cairo airport by air-conditioned vehicle to catch your flight to Hurghada. You will check into your accommodation after arriving in Hurghada. You will spend your free Hurghada day relaxing on the red sea beaches before returning to your hotel for the night.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, as well as Soft Drinks

Day 5: Hurghada is free today.

You will have a free day to explore Hurghada’s picturesque city resort before being transferred to your 5* hotel for the night.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, as well as Soft Drinks

Day 6: Fly from Hurghada to Cairo for a museum and Old Cairo tour.

After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, you’ll board your flight to Cairo, where you’ll meet your guide. You will continue your 7-day wheelchair trip of Cairo, Alexandria, and Hurghada by visiting the following Cairo tourist attractions:

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum houses the magical history of Ancient Egypt; it is one of the world’s largest museums, including a lot of magnificent items and monuments dating back over 4000 years from diverse time periods. Mummies of some of the most famous figures in ancient Egyptian history are on display. The most visited artifacts are King Tutankhamun’s treasures, which are made from lavish materials like gold or jewels to ordinary ones like wood or stone and come in the shape of sculptures, jewelry, and funeral things.

Lunch will be supplied at a local Cairo restaurant before the visit.

Citadel of Salah El Din

Salah El-Din Citadel earned the nickname “Cairo Citadel” because it towered over the entire city of Cairo after the great conqueror Salah El-Din finished building it in 1182 AD. It served as the capital of the kingdom and a great defensive castle against the crusaders and Napoleon’s French invasions, and it became the government’s headquarters late in the nineteenth century. A hall of justice, an arsenal, access ways, four palaces, a large terrace, and multiple gates mosques with stunning designs can all be found within the citadel.

Mohamed Ali Mosque

Mohamed Ali Mosque, often known as the Alabaster Mosque, is a magnificent work of art. It was built between 1830 and 1848 AD as a duplicate of Istanbul’s blue mosque and as a sign of independence and freedom from Ottoman Empire royal law, which prevented anybody but the Turkish sultan from building a mosque with more than two minarets. The mosque is stunning, with Ottoman-style construction with French rococo influences, fascinating elaborate finishes in red, green, and gold, and a massive dome.

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is the long-awaited miracle that will allow everyone to properly discover all of Egypt’s cultural and historical wonders, which are represented by rare and captivating artifacts and monuments.

Bazaar of Khan El Khalili

The Khan El Khalili Bazaar is the Middle East’s mystical golden brick road, as it is the region’s oldest bazaar, going back to 970 AD when Cairo was founded. The street is still lively today, with everything a traveler might want, as well as all the lovely cafes and businesses dating back hundreds of years. All of the beautiful Islamic architecture and decorations along the Boulevard are enthralling and in excellent condition.

You will spend the night at the conclusion of the day.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day Seven: Say Goodbye to Cairo, Alexandria, and Hurghada

On your final day, you will have breakfast before being driven to the airport, where your 7-day wheelchair trip to Cairo, Alexandria, and Hurghada will come to a close and you will safely return home.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

P.S. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for adding or eliminating tours from your tour itinerary so that we may better meet your needs.

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