Multi-day Trips Egypt

A wheelchair user explores Egypt and its pyramids.

10 days / 9 nights

Egypt Highlights


On this 10-day multi-day trip to Egypt, you will be able to grasp the magnificence of this culture in an accessible way. An ancient yet modern country with many stories to tell and lots to show, there is an impressive amount of landmarks that date back many centuries ago. You will visit Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, and Aswan, all places where you will have free time to explore, dine, and shop. The most famous landmarks you will visit are the Luxor Temples, the Great Sphinx, many pyramids, and the Aswan Dam. All transfers will be done on an accessible van, and your accessible rooms will be guaranteed. Please contact us for any special requirements and learn more detailed information about your itinerary below.

Things to Do + Places to Stay + Ground transportation

About Egypt

Located in northeast Africa and southwest Asia, Egypt is one of the oldest recorded countries globally. With a rich history reflected in ancient monuments and constructions, this modern country is well known for preserving its past. The Sahara desert covers most of its territory, but desert landscapes are not the only ones you will see. You will be able to swim on many beaches and practice water activities. With tourism being an essential factor in their economy, don’t forget to visit its Pyramids, which were tombs for pharaohs, and some of them date back to 3000 years B.C. Many activities can be accessible for people with disabilities, and a wide range of hotels can meet yout accessibility needs.

Accessible travel Egypt

Although navigating Egypt can be challenging for people with disabilities, there are always accessible options to meet your needs. Located just outside Cairo, The Great Pyramids of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is partially accessible. You will be able to get a close look at them! Al-Azhar Park in Cairo has accessible trails, and the first floor of the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities is wheelchair accessible and houses many antique pharaonic artifacts. The public transportation system is not yet accessible for wheelchair users, but some private options are.

Country Information


Get appropriate health insurance to fit your personal and travel needs and have funds available to cover any medical emergency.


As in many urban areas, urban areas can be dangerous. It is recommended to be cautious and avoid flashing valuables.


Entry requirements to Egypt depend on your nationality. Covid 19 vaccinations can be validated, and depending on your country of origins and vaccinations, you may have to take a PCR test. Entry requirements depend on your nationality.


Egypt has dry and hot weather; it can rain in winters. Coastal areas can be colder, but high temperatures can be extreme in the rest of the country.


Arabic is the official language.


The electricity in Egypt is 220V, and the plugs are types C and F.