The most popular trip from Sharm. Not to be missed, a long day but a very special and memorable day! See the magnificent pyramids and Sphinx atop the Giza plateau, the Egyptian museum with over 135,000 artefacts, The River Nile and the felucca's the papyrus institute and much much more. Simply not to be missed.
A must see for all historians, one of the oldest Christian monasteries in the world. A world heritage center through it's importance to three major religions. So much to see and to do here and as the monastery closes daily at 12 noon for prayers an early start is necessary. A little reading in advance of this trip is well recommended to ensure that you get the best out of your limited amount of time here.
Visit St Catherine's Monastery, the most important religious site in Sinai on a private day trip from Sharm el Sheikh. Travel in air-conditioned comfort with your own personal guide who will introduce you to the history and religious significance of the monastery and its surrounds.
Maximize your sightseeing in Luxor with a one hour flight to Luxor and spend your valuable vacation time visiting the Valley of the Kings, Luxor Temple, Hatshepsut Temple and of course the impressive Karnak Temple.
Fly to Cairo from Sharm el Sheikh on a private tour and make the most of your time in this world-famous city. You'll visit Cairo's most famous sites including the Great Pyramids and Sphinx, Egyptian Museum and Khan el-Khalili bazaar. As this is a private tour, you can determine the amount of time you'd like to spend at each site.
For the budget conscious traveler who doesn't want to miss the chance to explore the magnificent city of Cairo, this coach excursion is your answer. See the Great Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza, grab a bargain at Khan el-Khalili markets and delve into history at the world famous Egyptian Museum.
Discover and enjoy one day Trip to Petra by Ferry Boat from Sharm el Sheikh.day tour to Petra in Jordan to visit the rose red city. Petra is a historical and archaeological city in the Jordanian governorate of Maan that is known for its rock cut architecture and water conduits system established sometime around the 6th century BC as the capital city of the Nabataeans. It is a symbol of Jordan as well as its most visited tourism attraction It lies on the slope of Mount Hor in a basin among the mountains which form the eastern flank of Arabah (Wadi Araba).
What an amazing trip this is. Petra has been described as the city that was lost to the world for 1000 years. Truly a most unusual place and has to be seen to be believed. The Royal tomb, the great treasury, the Roman theatre to name just a few of the places that you will see. The film starring Harrison Ford was filmed there "Raiders of the lost Ark". An early start to the day and also a late finish but worth every minute.
An exciting and very informative trip to the top of Mt Sinai to watch the sunrise and take in the historical interest in the area. This is where Moses was believed to have received the Ten commandments. Then a short travel down to the base of Mt Sinai after sunrise to take a local breakfast before a short tour around St Catherine's Monastery. A trip full of culture and steeped in history.
The wow factor hits you when you arrive here. A truly amazing experience, steeped in history, the worlds largest outdoor museum never ceases to amaze you. A more relaxed trip than Cairo, but still so much to see and do. Fully guided by an Egyptologist that can answer all your questions about the world famous "Valley of the Kings" the west bank, Luxor and Karnack temples and much more. Certainly not to be missed.
Experience an unforgettable full-day trip into Egypt’s Sinai Desert during this action-packed experience from Sharm el Sheikh! Travel in an air-conditioned vehicle with an expert guide, and visit magnificent St Catherine’s Monastery, built beneath Mount Sinai at a spot where Moses is said to have talked to God at the Burning Bush. Afterward, get invited into a local family’s home for a traditional Bedouin lunch; browse for beautiful Bedouin handicrafts; and ride a camel to see the mysterious, igloolike Nawamis tombs, believed to be more than 5,000 years old.