Overview

With the summer slowly returning to the region, we couldn't imagine a better time to explore the rocky land. In 5 days we'll be exploring Sinai's rugged and starkly beautiful Peninsula. The adventure will cover the full range of possible activities. On a star-studded night surrounded by enormous mountain silhouettes, travelers realize why Sinai continues to cast a spell over all who visit. Sinai is a completely different world apart from the rest of Egypt.

4 Nights 5 Days 24 Jul, 21 Aug, 17 Sep, and more South Sinai, Red Sea, Egypt
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Highlights
  • Camping in Ras Mohamed Nature Reserve
  • Kayaking through The Mangrove Forests of Nabq Natural Reserve
  • Speed boat to the magnificent Blue Lagoon
  • Camping in the Blue Lagoon by the Clearst water
  • Dinner in Dahab
  • Snorkeling in Nuweiba's spectacular reefs
  • Enjoy Nuweiba amazing beaches

 

Itinerary

We will depart from Cairo at 1:00 AM the night before our trip date, with a journey of approximately 9 to 10 hours ahead of us.

Day 1

Welcome To Sinai

Today marks the beginning of your  Sinai adventure. We will settle at our camp in Ras Mohamed. Then we head straight to the beach where we will have some fun and there will be an option for snorkeling around this amazing reef full of marine life. At night if we are lucky we will have some star gazing in the clear sky above us.

Overnight at Ras Mohamed Camp. ( Lunch, Dinner)

 

  • Camping in Ras Mohamed Nature Reserve
  • Swim in the clearest waters
  • Play beach games
  • Bonfire Night in the camp 

 

 


Day 2

Nabq

Today marks the Ultimate Sinai Experience.. You will get your bathing suits on to get ready for an experience like nothing before in the depth of Nabq Natural Reserve. Today you will get the water and relaxation experience. Then we will reach our destination at Nabq camp where we will enjoy some Kayaks through one of the largest Mangrove forest in the area, After we finish the beach activities we will start our road to the Blue Lagoon, we will head to Dahab and we will take the speed boat from Assala to the Blue Lagoon during the sunset, Then we will have our dinner in our camp.

(Note that there will be no network or electricity on this day and at the camp)

Overnight at The Blue Lagoon. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

 

  • Nabq Natural Reserve 
  • Kayaking through The Mangrove Forests of Nabq Natural Reserve
  • Speed boat to the Blue Lagoon
  • Stargazing at the night

 

 


Day 3

Blue Lagoon

We'll start our day at Blue Lagoon in Dahab, We will enjoy our breakfast by the turquoise waters in our Bedouin camp. Then we will spend most of the day there enjoying the amazing water watching the kitesurfers, Afterward, we'll take a speedboat back to Dahab and we will have dinner there before heading to our camp in Nuweiba for the night.

Overnight at New Moon Camp. (Breakfast, Dinner)

 

  • Watch sunrise at the magical blue lagoon
  • Swim in the turquoise water
  • Dinner in Dahab
  • Overnight at our camp in Nuweiba

 


Day 4

Nuweiba

Today we will wake up at our camp in Nuweiba, We will have our breakfast then we will enjoy the beach all day long, We will have some relaxation time by the beach and we will play with our beach games, we can enjoy the amazing reef in our camp by doing snorkeling or diving (optional)

Overnight at New Moon Camp. (Breakfast, Dinner)

 

  • Relax by the amazing beach of Nuweiba
  • Enjoy our beach games
  • Snorkeling in one of the best sites (Optional)
  • Stargazing at the night

 


Day 5

Departure

Before heading back to Cairo get a good, filling breakfast while overlooking the beautiful sea and say goodbye to this beautiful city

(Breakfast)
Accommodation

Ras Mohamed:

Camp:

 

Nabq Camp:

 

Blue Lagoon Camp:

Nuweiba Camp:

 

*Please Note if you'er a Solo traveler that you will be sharing the room with someone from the group. 

Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All activities and entrance fees as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All transfers in a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Gazef accompanying adventure leader (first aid certified)
  • First aid kit
  • All service charges and taxes

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Personal Spending
  • Optional Activities 
  • Tips
  • Beverages and drinks
  • Meals not Mentioned

 

Pickup point
Directions
We will depart from Cairo at 1:00 AM the night before our trip date from the Emirates Embassy, Masaken Al Mohandesin, Nasr City, Egypt View on Map
Important Notes

Non-Egyptians will incur an additional fee of $140 to cover essential permits, accommodation, and ticket price differences. Make sure you have this amount in cash to be paid to your trip chaperone at the start of the journey.

Adventure Leader

The Adventure Leader's primary role is to ensure your journey flows seamlessly. As your main point of contact throughout the trip, they're dedicated to enhancing your experience. Whether it's offering recommendations on activities or attractions, or facilitating interactions among travelers, they ensure everyone feels connected, although often connections form naturally.

Traveling Solo

Our groups are filled with solo travelers and like-minded individuals who share a passion for adventure and connecting with others. You'll feel right at home exploring with us.

Transportation

We use private buses, either a Hiace for smaller groups of 10 or a Coaster for larger groups of 19.

Electricity

In Egypt, the power supply is Type C and F, with a standard voltage of 220V and a frequency of 50Hz.

Network

The network is unstable in some places during the trip

Packing List
  • Comfortable Clothing
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Slippers
  • Bathing Suit
  • Towel
  • Sun Protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)
  • Insect Repellent
  • Camera / Waterproof GoPro (if available)
  • Power Bank (if available)
  • Speakers (if available)
  • Snacks
Tipping

Tipping directly supports local communities, benefiting drivers and suppliers. The tourism sector heavily depends on this support. While not obligatory, your tip is a meaningful 'thank you' for their service.

Meter Level
60%