- Tour Plan
- Additional Info
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
First We will drive from Cairo and arrive to Saint Catherine On the populated places in Sinai, where it is located on a plateau that rises 1600 meters above sea level in the heart of South Sinai , The city is famous for religious tourism, safari tourism and mountain climbing, we will start climb the mountain of Moses Until the Sunrise then get down and visit St. Catherine's Monastery
Second We will go to breakfast and then move to Dahab and it take 1 hour then rest and eat the dinner .
Start Going to Blue Hole on the coast of the Red Sea , The Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole, with a maximum depth within the hole of just over 100 mand diving , There is a shallow opening to the sea around 6 m , The hole and the surrounding area have an abundance of coral and reef fish .
Free Day in Sharm El-Sheikh Which is the largest city in South Sinai Governorate, and the city includes tourist resorts frequented by visitors from all over the world, and is famous for being one of the international diving centers that attract amateurs and professionals of this sport, and it also includes an international airport.
Having breakfast and then go back to Cairo.
More about this tour
An Egyptian governorate that shares with North Sinai the area of the Sinai Peninsula, and takes the city of Al-Tur as its capital, and its area extends to more than 31,272 km2, and Sharm El-Sheikh is the largest city in the governorate , It is distinguished by its triangular shape taken from the north as its base, and from the east from Taba to the Gulf of Aqaba, then to Ras Sidr in the north and the end of the Gulf of Suez in the west. The two sides of the triangle include the extension of the aforementioned two gulfs to the point where they meet with Ras Muhammad; It is the vertex of the triangle.
The distance between Cairo and South Sinai is 293 km, and the travel time ranges between four to five hoursز
South Sinai Climate
South Sinai has a continental desert climate, which is generally characterized by dryness and heat most of the year, with the exception of some central areas, which include Saint Catherine, which is characterized by its hot and dry summer, and snowy winter.