Sharm El Sheikh Excursions
As a popular beach vacation spot, Sharm El Sheikh offers an unrivaled array of activities both in the sea and on land for visitors. Look here to find all of the different ways that you can spend your afternoons. There are also day trips to the rest of Egypt. Visit Cairo and the Giza Pyramids or Luxor to see Karnak and the Valley of the Kings.
Drive from Sharm to Taba to sail across the Gulf of Aqaba on a ferry to Jordan, where we will take you to the incredible, rock-cut city of Petra. This is truly a site to behold. Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most impressive archeological sites you will ever see.
Fly to Cairo and take in the Giza Pyramids and the Sphinx and then visit the Egypt Museum to see the world’s largest collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts. Go shopping in Khan El Khalil, Cairo famous bazaar, before returning to Sharm El Sheikh.
Enjoy an evening of stories from “Alf Leila Wa Leila”, known in English as “Arabian Nights”. See stories and myths from Egyptian and Arabian history acted out and enjoy a seated meal.
Fly from Sharm to Luxor or Aswan for a 5-day cruise on the Nile. Onboard you can relax in luxury and enjoy the sights. Visit Karnak, Luxor Temple, the Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, Kom Ombo, Edfu, Philae Temple, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Nile Valley along the way.
Fly to Luxor for the day to see its most famous sights in one day. Visit Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple on the East bank and see the Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut Temple on the West bank before a return to Sharm that evening.
Drive north to Taba to cross the Gulf of Aqaba by ferry and then drive to the “rose-red city” of Petra, carved into the rock of the desert. Stay overnight near Petra and head to Wadi Rum to discover the beauty of this incredible desert valley on a 4x4 trek before returning to Sharm.
Ride out into the beautiful scenery of the Sinai desert on a quad bike. Drive into the desert from Sharm and enjoy playing on the dunes. In the desert you will meet up with Bedouins who will treat you to a camel ride and a bit of Bedouin charm.
Venture out from Dahab in a 4x4 and head to the protected area of Abu Galoum. Enjoy a camel ride and snorkeling at this pristine, remote reef. Experience snorkeling at the famous Blue Hole.
Experience the beauty of the Red Sea’s coral reefs from a semi-submarine. See all of the colorful fish and beautiful coral while sitting dry in a semi-submersible. This is a great way to see the reefs for children or those unable to snorkel or scuba dive.