Trek through the Sinai peninsula on a journey you never imagined possible. Guests can experience traditional Bedouin dinner parties and camel safaris in this mystical desert where the Pharaohs once mined the sands for precious metals. The name "Sinai" is said to originate from "Sin," a moon goddess worshipped by the ancient inhabitants of the desert. Formations of the many different colored rocks and canyon are evidence of the turbulent movements that gave Sinai its characteristic imprint and produced mountains including the Saint Catherine Mountain and the awe-inspiring Moses Mountain.
Those activities allow guests of all ages to experience the beauty and powerful silence of the desert:
- Quad Runners Thrill
- Arab Horseback Riding
- Desert Camel Rides
Sinai Desert Herbs and Rock Formations (Minimum 20 people - Maximum 150)
This fun and educational safari allows guests to learn about the various herbs that grow in the Sinai desert, their uses and their history. They also get to see the variety of rocks, their ages and historical background. Some rocks have fascinating natural forms that were used as tombs in certain eras.
Starlit Bedouin Dinner (Minimum 20 people - Maximum 500)
Night in the desert has its own charm and mystery. The dark blue sky is decorated with the same bright stars that have guided people through the desert since the beginning of time. Guests can have an authentic Bedouin dinner under the sky, accompanied by Bedouin music, oriental folklore and Arabic songs.
Colored Canyon, Dolphin Bay & Dahab (Minimum 10 people)
Discover the extraordinary colors and shapes of the rock formations of the Canyon. Dolphin Bay is ideal for a refreshing swim, and Dahab is a perfect place to shop for original Bedouin souvenirs.
Grand Safari (Minimum 10 people)
This is a real treat for those who want to experience all the treasures of the area, including: St. Catherine Mountain, the Colored Canyon, Dolphin Bay and Dahab.
Sunset Trip (Minimum 10 people)
This trip can be tailor-made to include a Bedouin dinner, Bedouin tea, and a visit to the Bedouin market.
Desert Treasure Hunt (Minimum 20 people -Maximum 150
For a more creative adventure in the desert, a real treasure hunt is the best choice. Gold blocks, ancient manuscripts or a treasure box is buried somewhere in the desert. Guests are provided with maps, shovels, compasses and water bottles to help them in their search. This activity can be customized for different levels of difficulty.
Camel Racing (Minimum 20 people - Maximum 100)
Camels are an inseparable part of the desert. No visitor to Sharm el Sheikh should leave without having ridden a camel, or at least witnessed a race. This is an absolutely unforgettable experience.
Sinai Trophy (Minimum 20 people - Maximum 100)
This activity is made for travelers with a high endurance level and an avid taste for adventure. It incorporates trekking to white sand dunes, climbing the dunes (70 meters high), camel riding for 45 minutes to Makhroum Mountain, running to Nawamees to count the historical burial chambers, sand skiing to the Rock of Inscription from the Nabateen Civilization in 2,000 BC, hiking to Ein Hudra, and skill driving to Wadi Ghazala.
Sinai "A La Carte" (Minimum 10 people - Maximum 30)
This activity combines the luxury of The Ritz-Carlton, Sharm El Sheikh with the primitive desert life. Air-conditioned 4x4 vehicles take guests to the desert. They climb a mountain summit where they are accommodated in a luxurious five-star tent. Upon arrival they have a Bedouin lunch, then enjoy the sunset with dinner accompanied by Bedouin songs and dances. Guest stay through the night to watch the sunrise, have breakfast and are flown back to the hotel by helicopter.
Bedouin Excursion and Cooking Class (Minimum 20 - Maximum 150)
Bedouin life has always been a source of fascination for travelers from all ages and nationalities. The smells, sounds and tastes of the land of the Ten Commandments will allow guests to delve deep into this mystical life where they get to dress up like Bedouins and go to Ein Hudra. They live in a Bedouin camp and get a true feel of their life. Bedouin women teach their guests how they bake and cook. Guests try the recipes themselves and the best recipe gets a prize. They go on camel rides, visit a Bedouin Market and sleep in Bedouin tents.