Egypt’s Red Sea Fables Tour
Egypt tour to the ancient Pyramids and Sphinx; discover the treasures at the Egyptian Museum; the long beaches and clear waters in Sharm El Sheikh and walk along palm-tree promenade in Naama Bay filled with lively bars and restaurants. Ras Muhammad National Park is a major diving destination with coral life around the Shark and Yolanda reefs and the Thistlegorm wreck.
At a Glance
Day 1 Welcome to Cairo. Tour to the Pyramids & Sphinx.
Day 2 Morning tour to the famous Egyptian Museum
Day 3 Flight to Sharm El Sheikh.
Day 4 Sharm El Sheikh – at leisure
Day 5 Sharm El Sheikh – at leisure
Day 6 Sharm El Sheikh – at leisure
Day 7 Sharm El Sheikh – at leisure
Day 8 Sharm El Sheikh – at leisure
Day 9 Sharm El Sheikh – at leisure
Day 10 Transfer to Sharm APT for return flight
Upon your arrival in Cairo, your guide will introduce you to the history of the pyramids. You will have time to enter one of the pyramids (additional cost); however, your guide cannot escort your when ascending. A short drive across the plateau finds you standing at the feet of the enigmatic Sphinx. Visit the famous Egyptian Museum, housing 165,000 Egyptian artefacts, and the priceless treasures of King Tutankhamun, the highlight of the museum. His six gilded coffins dominate the main hall and his magnificent death mask is the star attraction. Continuing to Khan el Khalili bazaar, you will enjoy free time to stroll through the maze of streets and bargain for a souvenir of your trip.
Sharm el Sheikh
Sharm El Sheik, the city of peace, is your ticket to a universe of endless rewards. It fulfils all tastes. On the off chance that you are a nature lover or in search of an relaxing holiday then Sharm El Sheik is your ideal choice. Year around sunshine combined with a variety of attractions invites all explorers.
Downtown Sharm El Maya, bustling Naama Bay and Sharks Bay are but a few its attractions. It is also an ideal base from which to explore the area’s staggering coastline and rough inland. Dive, snorkel or just canoe in the waters of the Red Sea at Ras Um El Sid, Turtle Bay and the Strait of Tiran. Take a tour to the amazing Ras Mohamed National Park.
The astonishing mixed qualities of corals and marine species offer a beautiful experience through the complexities of the Red Sea. For the visitor wanting to appreciate marine life without having to dive or snorkeling; book a submarine or glass boat. For the brave visitor, mountain climbing will give you a thrill.
You can also take a camel trek into Bedouin towns, desert gardens, or the mangrove forests of Nabq. On the other hand, one can stay around the local area, and indulge in an extraordinary culinary treat in one of its classy eateries.