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Sinai, the melting pot of Middle Eastern civilizations, was known in ancient times as 'the Land of Enchantments. Sharm El Sheikh, at the tip of the Sinai Peninsular, has golden beaches, sparkling seas with some of the most wonderful marine life in the world, silent deserts and beautiful year-round climate.Like its sister Red Sea resort Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh has much to offer the visitor. Diving is very popular, as is snorkeling and other water-sports. Away from the sea, there are a variety of desert excursions, ranging from a half day to one-week trips, by jeep or by camel.Of course, one of the most famous sights to see is St. Catherine's Monastery and to climb the mountain of Moses before the sunrise, where Moses had received the ten comments by God. The beaches of Sharm El Sheikh, and indeed the whole of the Sinai area, are one of the main attractions for the visitor. Driving along the area of the eastern cost overlooking to the Gulf of Aqqaba to Taba had been selected to be the Egyptian Rivera. Dahab, Nuweiba and Taba have also the same atmosphere of the marine life, national parks which had been selected as well to be the first protected area in Egypt.By nights Na'ama Bay the most famous bay you can find a variety of cafes, restaurants also entertainments Egyptian folkloric shows...






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St. Catherine Monastery Sinai- Tour 1: St. Catherine Day trip

An early morning start to this excursion begins at 7am with a drive from Sharm to St, Catherine's Monastery 21/2 hour drive to the oldest known, Upon arrival, visit the St Catherine's Monastery which is the oldest known, continually lived-in monastery in the world and is still functioning today. The Monastery houses around 22 Greek Orthodox Monks and a collection of Icons and library of scriptures second only to the Vatican in Rome. (Lunch during the tour - drinks excluded) back again to your hotel in Sharm at about 15.00.


Ras Mohamed Sharm El Sheikh- Tour 2: Ras Mohamed Sharm El Sheikh

Pick you up from your hotel in Sharm, at about 0800 am, 30 km on a paved road & about 5 km of the road. Upon arrival at Ras Mohamed, climb to The Shark Observatory to witness the panorama of both Aqaba & Suez Gulf. Then back to the main beach to enjoy the splendid coral reef and pure water and back to your hotel.



Moses Mountain Sinai- Tour 3: Mount Sinai & St. Catherine

Pick you up from you hotel in Sharm at 23.00, drive from Sharm to Moses Mountain, climb it up, reach the top, experience the fantastic sunrise at the summit, revered in biblical terms as it is said that God delivered the Ten Commandments to Moses. Rise early to watch the sunrise from the top of Moses Mountain. After this you will descent towards St. Catherine Monastery. Visit the Monestary , then transfer back to Sharm at 11.00, arrive Sharm at about 13.00, transfer you back to your hotel in Sharm.


Abu Gallum Dahab-Sinai- Tour 4: Abu Gallum on Camel (Dahab)

Pick you up from your hotel in Dahab, Leave Drive out to the Blue Hole where you can relax and explore the wonderful coral reefs of the Blue Hole. Then embark on a Camel Safari along the rugged coast of the Gulf of Aqaba to the secluded beach of Ras Abu Gallum. Ras Abu Gallum is a Bedouin settlement and a government protected area- there are NO shops, hotels, electricity, loud music or pollution. Afternoon camel trip back to your hotel in Dahab.


Colored Canyon Dahab-Sinai- Tour 5: Colored Canyons & Ein Khudra Oasis (Dahab)

Pick you up from your hotel in Dahab, Leave Dahab by jeep through the rugged mountain terrain. On arrival our experienced guide will lead you through some of the many walkways where you can admire the superb array of colors and shapes. Next we travel onto what is considered the most spectacular oasis in Sinai, Ain Khudra. You'll have the opportunity to explore its many varieties of palm trees, shrubs and springs of fresh mountain water. Relax and enjoy your Bedouin cooked lunch, back to your hotel in Dahab.


Safari Sharm El Sheikh-Sinai- Tour 6: Bedouin Dinner (Sharm El Sheikh)

Departure from hotel, and Riding Camels for about 45 minutes after the sunset. We will reach the Bedouin tent to have dinner (typical oriental food) back to Sharm El Sheikh at 22.00.


Sharm El Sheikh Safari Quad Bike- Tour 7: Camels & Tea in the Sunset (Sharm El Sheikh)

Try to discover the emotion of a camel ride on the desert and taste the typical Bedouin tea in one of their tents. Safari is everyday during sunset on motorcycle.


Sharm El Sheikh safari Jeep- Tour 8: Jeep Safari (Sharm El Sheikh)

Departure from hotel at 09.00 by air-conditioned 4x4 jeep driving towards Ras Nasrani to enjoy the splendid reef till 11.00 then forward to The Canyon Base in front of Tiran Island which is located by the entrance of the Aqaba Gulf. Stop to shoot some pictures & to hear the story of the area. Forward to The Mangrove Plants, which grow in the salty water and continue walking in the Bedouin village of fishermen, then lunch near by the mangrove plants, then continue towards "Wadi Gonay". Arrive to Dahab off the road at about 16.00 then a free time for shopping. Then back to Sharm at 18.00.

Snorkeling Trip Sharm El Sheikh- Tour 9: Ras Nasrani & Sharks Bay (Sharm El Sheikh)

As the half day program goes. The departure is at 12:00 from the main beach to the other one to enjoy swimming, then having lunch. And Back to the hotel at 16:00.


Snorkeling Trip Sharm El Sheikh- Tour 10: Trip by boat (Sharm El Sheikh)

The departure is at 08:30 from hotel to Sharm port. Boarding is about 09:00. Start the trip reaching The Garden Reef of Sharks Bay, Ras Nasrani, and (sometimes visiting The Wood Reef & Jacks). Lunch aboard (menu usually contain grilled fish with rice, salad)And than back to Sharm port at 17:00. The program depends on the conditions of the sea and the direction of the wind.



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