In Your Egypt Tours travel agency, we have a strong belief that travelling can make a better world for everyone, especially for those with disadvantages like disabled people and deaf people. Besides organizing accessible tours for disabled travelers from different countries, we also arrange signing tours for deaf & mute travelers worldwide.
We often come along in this kind of trips to help our deaf guests to enjoy their time. Our guide knows the signs and deaf travelers can read his lips in English so we can communicate quite wel They are deaf and mute but they like to communicate more than the hearing. We keep talking a lot about everything.
Our guides focus a lot when talking with them. We have to try to hear and understand their sounds, read their lips, and see their signs and gestures. We do our best so that their experience is an exceptional one.
In this tour package trip throughout Egypt, we had a great time to share our stories, learn about Egyptian cultures and history, explore the cities and beautiful spots and enjoy good food and company. Enjoy the crystal water of the Red Sea. We did everything like in a normal tour for hearing people.
With your Egypt Tours, everyone in the world, whatever the disability is, will have a great experience of Egypt.
We greet you at Cairo airport and transfer you to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to settle into your hotel and relax after your journey. Overnight: Cairo hotel
We start today’s tour with a bang, with a visit to the immense Pyramids & Sphinx at Giza. We also include a camel ride at the pyramids, fun for all the family, and a great photo opportunity as well. We then head into the center of town and visit the Egyptian Museum with its collection of mummies, and of course, the familiar and famous Tutankhamun exhibit with the original golden mask on display. This evening take the overnight sleeper train to Aswan. Overnight: Onboard train Meals Breakfast, Dinner
The River Nile is at its most picturesque here in Aswan and we take advantage of this with a tour to the beautiful island temple of Philae by boat. During term times, we will also visit a local school where we arrange fun and informal joint English/Arabic language class with children of a similar age to your group. A Nubian meal is also included today. Overnight: Aswan hotel Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
There is the option very early this morning for a tour to the temples of Ramses II at Abu Simbel, which have a fascinating story as they were completely dismantled and rebuilt piece by piece to escape the rising waters of Lake Nasser. If you do not do Abu Simbel, the morning is free to explore Aswan&rsquo's busy and exotic bazaar or relax in the hotel before we board our Felucca sailboat for 1 hour sailing on the Nile. Overnight: Aswan Hotel Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
After breakfast, drive to Luxor where we check into our hotel by the Nile. The rest of the afternoon is free. Overnight: Luxor hotel Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
There is the option today of a sunrise hot air balloon flight over the west bank of the Nile. Today&rsquo's tour takes in the West bank of the Nile, visiting the Pharaonic tombs in the Valley of the Kings, and the unique temple to Queen Hatshepsut where we learn about her fascinating story. The afternoon is free to relax in the hotel, explore Luxor town, take another felucca trip on the Nile to Banana Island, or perhaps visit the Mummification Museum. Overnight: Luxor hotel Meals: Breakfast
We tour one of Egypt&rsquo's biggest and most impressive sites today, Karnak temple, with its huge temples, obelisks, statues, and columned halls. In the afternoon, we drive through the hills and down to the Red Sea and our beach resort in Hurghada (half board basis). Options are available to upgrade to all-inclusive or to change the resort to a higher level or different style. Overnight: Hurghada resort Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
These three days are free to relax in and around the hotel pool and beach or to try some watersports or other activities. There is a huge amount available in and around Hurghada, including snorkeling and scuba diving, water sports and fun parks, camel rides, and the old town and marina in Hurghada are worth a visit. Overnight: Hurghada resort Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Today and tomorrow, you will have more free time for relaxation or the opportunity to partake in the many activities available through your local rep. Overnight: Hurghada resort Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
oday is your last opportunity to soak up the Red Sea sun and/or join us for some optional activities, before flying back to Cairo tomorrow. Overnight: Hurghada resort Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
We take a morning flight with Egypt Air back to Cairo and then have a short tour to explore the mosque and museum at the Citadel overlooking the city, wander around, and possibly do some haggling and souvenir shopping in the busy Khan-el-Khalili bazaar. We will visit a traditional local Koshari shop for a snack lunch and in the evening, we include a farewell dinner to say goodbye to your Egyptologist guide and fellow travelers. Overnight: Cairo hotel Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
The tour ends today and your time is free until we transfer you to the airport for your flight home. Overnight: N/A Meals: Breakfast
A child traveling with two accompanying adults will pay the following:
Notes: Children policy is applied to children who share rooms with their parents (Maximum 1 Child sharing a parent's room). If 2 children, they will stay in another room connected or next to the parents' room.
3999$ Per Person
2800$ Per Person
2600$ Per Person
2350$ Per Person
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Your Egypt Tours offer distinctive packages for the deaf and mute travelers within Egypt. You can visit and enjoy all the tourist places in our Egypt tours. You can choose a tour guide to accompany you throughout the Egypt tours for deaf and mute travelers to enjoy all the archaeological and cultural landmarks in Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. So choose one of our trips according to your interests and budget.
Egypt tours for deaf and mute travelers range in price from $1750 to $2350, based on the number of days spent in Egypt and the locations visited.
There are many things to do that you can enjoy, such as visiting wonderful places such as the Giza pyramids, the Egyptian Museum, Old Cairo, and trying Egypt Nile cruise tours. You can enjoy the unique beaches and try aquatic activities such as snorkeling and diving. Do not miss the chance to try a hot air balloon in Luxor to enjoy flying in the sky while exploring ancient monuments.
Sure, the great Giza pyramids are considered one of the great seven wonders in the world. So that is one of the main locations in our Egypt travel packages.
Luxor and Aswan are ancient Egyptian lands that tell the history of the Pharaohs, their works, and how advanced they were in all fields, such as the fields of industry, architecture, astronomy, and mummification. Therefore, do not miss the opportunity and visit Luxor Temple, Karnak temple, the Valley of the Kings and Queens, the Temple of Edfu and the Nubian Village.
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I recently traveled with my wife, daughter, son in law and two grandsons (ages 4 and 2) to Egypt with Your Egypt Tours. We had a private tour experience. From the moment we landed at the airport on our arrival to the day we left we were treated with the utmost care and attention
Our trip to Egypt was wonderful. The accommodations and travel was seamlessly arranged by customer service rep, Mona, and we visited so many of the famous Egyptian antiquities. I would not have done the trip without the very knowledgeable guides, Ashraf and Mamdouh