Sharm el-Sheikh Tours

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Sharm El Sheikh: Colored Canyon, Blue Hole, & Dahab Day Trip

1. Sharm El Sheikh: Colored Canyon, Blue Hole, & Dahab Day Trip

Visit two wonders of the Sinai Peninsula in one day on a jeep tour to the Colored Canyon and the Blue Hole dive site. Encounter astounding rock formations and coral reefs, ride a camel and enjoy a buffet lunch in the Abu Galum Reserve, and explore the coastal town of Dahab. After pickup, travel by jeep to the famous Colored Canyon. Explore a vibrant labyrinth of sandstone cliffs in shades of yellow, purple, red, and gold as you walk through the 800-meter gorge. Continue to the Abu Galum Reserve. Here you’ll have time to snorkel at the Blue Hole, a world-famous dive site where you can explore the Red Sea’s rich underwater ecosystem. Later, sit down for a buffet lunch on the shore of the Gulf of Aqaba and ride a camel along the waterfront. Before drop-off in Sharm El Sheikh, visit the coastal town of Dahab, where you can explore the lively bazaar and shop for silverware, perfumes, and clothes.

Sharm El Sheikh: ATV, Bedouin Tent with BBQ Dinner and Show

2. Sharm El Sheikh: ATV, Bedouin Tent with BBQ Dinner and Show

Embark on an unforgettable trip to the Sinai desert from Sharm el-Sheikh. Enjoy a quad bike ride that will get your heart racing. Visit the Echo Mountains, admire the sunset, tuck into a tasty BBQ dinner and enjoy an entertaining show. Start your trip with a pickup from your accommodation, jump on the bus and head straight to the quad park. Next, get a quick safety demonstration on how to ride your quad bike from your guide. Hop on and ride your quad bike through Egypt's famous Sinai desert and feel the adrenaline rush through your body. Enjoy an optional camel ride if you want to discover the wonders of the desert another way. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the desert, and marvel at the dunes and the different rock formations. Next, visit the Bedouin village, where you can enjoy the hospitality of the Bedouins and gain an insight into the everyday lives of real desert dwellers.  Tuck into a BBQ dinner and freshly-baked flatbread paired with Bedouin tea. Watch live entertainment, including a fire show and belly dance between the mountains of the Sinai Desert.  Enjoy an action-packed adventure away from the city's crowds and chaos in Sharm El Sheikh. Make the most of your time in Egypt on this tour; that's one to tick off your bucket list. 

Sharm El Sheikh: Mount Moses & Monastery Sunrise Hike

3. Sharm El Sheikh: Mount Moses & Monastery Sunrise Hike

Begin your journey as the sun sets and reach its climax as the sun rises again on this transformative hiking experience to the top of Mount Moses. See the sunrise from the summit of the world's most famous holy site, and take time after to visit St. Catherine's Monastery. Get picked up from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh the night before your hike and head to Moses Mountain in an air-conditioned van. Begin your journey to the holy site where the Prophet Moses received the Ten Commandments once you reach Mount Sinai. Ascend 750 stairs and continue your trek through the night, reaching up to 2,286 meters. Depending on the group's performance, you could get to the top sooner than you planned. Enjoy an opportunity to relax completely as you witness the sun's magnificence slowly dispersing across the mountains. Take some amazing pictures or pray while admiring the sunrise, then start the ascent back down. Keep in mind that it will take around two hours to reach the bottom. After a strenuous hike, take some time to relax and have breakfast. Visit St. Catherine's Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site next. Examine the ancient texts on exhibit at the library. Once the monastery tour is over, unwind as you make your way back to your Sharm El Sheikh hotel.

Sharm El Sheikh: Desert Stargazing Adventure with BBQ Dinner

4. Sharm El Sheikh: Desert Stargazing Adventure with BBQ Dinner

Uncover the secrets of Bedouin life with this guided ATV tour from Sharm El Sheikh. Drive through the Sinai desert to a Bedouin village and ride a camel. Dig into a delicious BBQ dinner accompanied by dancing and fire show. End your night by appreciating the night sky in the desert.  Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Sharm El Sheikh in the afternoon. Kick back and relax on the air-conditioned drive into Sinai desert. Admire the deserts golden landscapes before heading to a Bedouin camp. Climb atop a camel and see how desert travel was traditionally done for 10 minutes. Get comfortable in a Bedouin tent with a cup of tea while a mouth-watering BBQ dinner is prepared for you.  Dine by cande light while being entranced with the entertainment provided by Tanura dancers, belly dancers, and fire show performers. After dinner, savor the tranquility of the desert and gaze at thousands of stars in a relaxed environment. Look for planets using a digital telescope. Once you're finished admiring the stars travel back to your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.

Sharm El-Sheikh: Full-Day Tour of Cairo and Pyramids by Bus

5. Sharm El-Sheikh: Full-Day Tour of Cairo and Pyramids by Bus

Take a guided full-day trip to Cairo to see the most important attractions on any trip to Egypt: the Egyptian Museum, the Pyramids of Giza, and the Great Sphinx. Start with a very early morning pickup from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh at 12:30 AM. Your Egyptologist tour guide will greet you at the lobby of your hotel and assist you to the bus station, where you’ll take the approximately 6-hour journey to Cairo on a comfortable air-conditioned bus.   When you arrive in Cairo, your tour guide will meet up with you again at the bus station and take you to the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities (Egyptian Museum). Spend the morning exploring this massive museum, which houses approximately 120,000 items. See the glittering treasures of Tutankhamun, grave goods, mummies, jewellery, household items, and toys of Egyptians whose names are lost to history.   After lunch in a local restaurant, you’ll head to the Pyramids of Giza — see the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khafre, the Pyramid of Menkaure, and the Sphinx, situated beside each other in an awe-inspiring sight. This complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World.   After exploring these magnificent structures, your tour guide will bring you back to the bus station for your ride back to Sharm El Sheikh.

From Sharm: Mount Moses Trekking, Sunrise & Monastery Visit

6. From Sharm: Mount Moses Trekking, Sunrise & Monastery Visit

You will be picked up from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh city between 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM. Then you will travel in an air-conditioned vehicle for around 4 hours to reach the Moses Mountain.  When you arrive at Mount Sinai you will start your trekking tour to the sacred place where the Prophet Moses received the 10 commandments. Reach 2,285 meters by climbing up 750 steps, strolling through the night (approx 2-3 hours depending on the customers). Depending on the performance of the group, you may arrive at the summit earlier than expected. This will give you a chance to really relax and marvel at the rising sun slowly scattering across the mountains in all its splendor.  While gazing at the sunrise, snap awesome photos or pray if you wish to, then begin the descent back down. Remember, it will take around 2 hours to reach the bottom. Enjoy some time to rest after the long trail and then have breakfast.  Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of St. Catherine's Monastery. Browse through the old manuscripts displayed in the library and icons excavated from the Vatican.  It is the oldest functioning Christian monastery in the world situated on the Sinai Peninsula along with the Monastery of Saint Anthony which is located across the Red Sea in the desert of South Cairo. After you've finished touring the monastery, you can relax on the drive back to your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.

From Sharm El Sheikh: Cairo Full Day Tour by Plane

7. From Sharm El Sheikh: Cairo Full Day Tour by Plane

Tick off some of Cairo’s most celebrated attractions on this guided trip from Sharm El Sheikh. With round-trip hotel transfers and flights, skip the hassle of planning and focus on enjoying the sights.  View the Pyramid of Giza and Valley Temple. Devote the afternoon to the Egyptian Museum and Khan el-Khalili bazaar. Meet the tour representative at your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh for a transfer to Sharm El Sheikh Airport. Catch a flight to Cairo and be greeted by another representative at the Cairo Airport. Follow your Egyptologist guide to the great pyramid of Giza (if add-on selected), the only existing wonder of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. At the Giza plateau, see the great pyramid of Khufu, known as Cheops, and also the pyramid of Chefren, the pyramid of Mykerinus, the valley temple of Khefren, and the iconic Great Sphinx. This amazing complex of structures dates back to almost 5,000 years ago. From there, be taken to the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, which houses around 150,000 artifacts that date thousands of years to ancient Egyptian civilization. This is considered the largest and most precious collection of Egyptian art in the world. Take your chance to admire the incredible treasures of the boy-king Tutankhamun. After the museum, have the chance to wander in the oldest bazaar in the middle east, the Khan El Khalili Bazaar, where you can feel the atmosphere of living in Islamic Cairo hundreds of years ago. The bazaar dates back to 1382, A.D., and is just one of the fascinating places we will see, giving you a real taste of the ancient city of Cairo. At the end of the day, be transferred to Cairo Airport for a flight back to Sharm El Sheikh.

From Sharm El Sheikh: Guided Day Trip to Luxor by Plane

8. From Sharm El Sheikh: Guided Day Trip to Luxor by Plane

Experience Luxor in all of its splendor on this full-day guided trip from Sharm El Sheikh. Enjoy the convenience of private van transportation and a round trip flight. Savor local flavors with a delicious lunch at a local restaurant.  After pickup from your hotel in a private and air-conditioned vehicle, transfer to the airport to board your plane to Luxor. Once you arrive, head to the Karnak Temple complex. See the street of the Sphinxes, the hypostyle hallway with 134 gigantic pillars, and the obelisks of Queen Hatshepsut and Tutomosis I. Continue to the Theban Necropolis on the west bank of the Nile to see where the pharaohs were laid to rest.  Stroll through the Valley of the Kings where you can visit tombs from 3 different dynasties. Admire a masterpiece of ancient architecture at the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut. Finally, visit the Memnon Colossi, which are two of the largest ancient statues in Egypt, which date back to the era of King Amenhotep III. At the end of the day, fly back to Sharm El Sheikh and your private driver will take you back to your hotel.

Sharm el-Sheikh: ATV Safari Tour with Star Watching

9. Sharm el-Sheikh: ATV Safari Tour with Star Watching

Explore the desert landscape outside of Sharm El Sheikh on an ATV and a camel. After your adventure, relax in a tent with dinner, a show, and Bedouin hospitality. Get picked up from your hotel and take a 20-minute drive into the desert. Learn how to operate your ATV safely and take it for a test drive before taking off into the desert. After about a 30-minute ride, stop at a scenic spot in the desert for a rest and photos. Test out the echo effect at this spot before moving on. Arrive at a Bedouin village for a rest and some herbal tea. Then go on a short camel ride. At the end of your tour, settle into a large Bedouin tent and relax. Dig into a barbecue dinner and enjoy a show. After the show, go out into the desert night with your guide for some stargazing. See some of the major constellations and learn some facts about the stars from your guide, and take turns looking through a telescope. Ride back to the ATV pickup point to drop off your quad and then get dropped off back at your hotel.

Sharm el-Sheikh: Dune Buggy Safari, Camel Ride & BBQ Dinner

10. Sharm el-Sheikh: Dune Buggy Safari, Camel Ride & BBQ Dinner

The experience begins with pickup from your Sharm el-Sheikh accommodation and heads into the desert where an action-packed adventure awaits. Arrive at the dune buggy center and get equipped with the necessary safety gear and instructions for the ride. Once you’re ready, it’s time to hit the dunes and feel the wind in your hair as you experience the thrill of buggy riding across the sand. Ride your buggy to the fascinating Echo Sound area, also known as the Echo Temple, where you can learn about and listen to incredible sound waves. Next, drive to an authentic Bedouin-style camp and receive a warm welcome upon arrival as well as a traditional Habak tea. Later, enjoy a relaxing camel ride through the scenic sandy landscapes and admire the sun as it starts to set across the horizon. As evening draws in, settle down back at the tent and dine on a delicious BBQ dinner including an array of local delicacies such as shish kebab. Afterwards, watch a mesmerizing belly dance and Tanoura performance followed by an epic fire show. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back and relax on the return journey to your accommodation.

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I did this at 24 weeks pregnant, which is why I chose to ride up on a camel, which cost me $20 USD each way. Turns out I probably way overpaid, as I found out another woman only paid $20 total. Our tour guide told us a fair price was $20-25, and I didn't ask if that meant one way or total - so that is my bad. Riding a camel for that long is incredibly uncomfortable, but I don't think I would have been able to do the hike otherwise being pregnant. The camel will take you up to the top, but then you need to hike the final 750 steps by yourself- what a workout but WOW, the view is amazing! There are about 6 stops on the way up the mountain to buy drinks or snacks. I bought a hot chocolate and ramen noodles at one of the stops. There are also bathrooms along the way - think very primitive latrine, disgustingly dirty, and with no toilet paper or sanitizer or soap. I would definitely advise bringing your own toilet paper and sanitizer- otherwise you will be twerking the pee off like I was.

A long day but worth it. A lot of time waiting in the airport and staff there are rude but Sawad, our tour guide, and driver were fantastic with us all day! He had a fatherly approach to making sure we were always ok and looked out for us with our best interest at heart, explained everything and answered questions, great personality. We felt very safe. There’s an additional price to pay to see the pyramids from a distance - I would recommend but prepare yourself for annoying hustlers. In the scroll and perfume shop you think you’re being told processes and history of such products but really they’re deceiving you in to buying them. If you don’t buy they seem bitter. Nothing seems to comes from a genuine place in Egypt communication - besides with Sawad. Boat along Nile cost more than expected and I saw a lot of flies on the food at lunch, it made me sick. The plane journey back was awful due to stomach cramps. Some hygiene issues and additional costs but overall 100% recommend Sawad.

I been on the top of the Sina mountain. The view from there is breathtaking. I suggest to dont take a lot of things with you only water , chocolates to give you power and warm clothes. Is necessary to have with you a warm clothes, gloves and cap for the top level. About our tour guide Ahmed and the other guide Astra both are very kind and friendly person's. Keep going guy's! Thank you for everything. Unfortunately I didn't like our driver who was very kind guy too but his speak all the time to his phone all the time and drived with one hand from the pickup until the end of the tour. I told him that this is no very safe for all with very kind and friendly way like a joke but his continued to do that. Anyway I hope his understanding!

A great tour with great guys. All of them were super nice during the tour and fun. I enjoyed every single part of the tour, especially "a short astronomy class" about the stars.

It was all perfect. They gave us infirmations about the places we visit and they helped us a lot. The places we went were wonderful. Its worth seeing !