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St Cathrine Monastery Day Trip and Dahab City

Sharm El Sheikh

8 hours

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Visit the smallest and oldest dioceses in the world, which stands, on the highest spot on the Sinai Peninsula at 2,642. Then visit Dahab City for lunch and a nice laid back afternoon.


Saint Catherine
MonasteryThe trip starts at about 5:45 am, we will drive for 2 ½ to 3 hours. We will make one stop along the way at a beautiful valley with lovely sand dunes. We go directly to Catherine Village, arriving there and visit the monastery of St. Catherine, which lies at the foot of Mount Moses in the heart of Sinai Peninsula. Our certified Egyptologist will show you the most famous attractions like the Church of Transfiguration, The Skull House, Moses Well and the Burning Bush with all the historical explanations. After visiting the monastery, you will get free time where you can visit the museum of the monastery, which contains the oldest icons, and manuscripts of the early stage of Christianity. It is the world’s second largest collection of illuminated manuscripts after the Vatican. The entry of this library is (not included).

Dahab City
We drive back via Dahab City, a city that steels your soul whenever you put your feet on its ground. A piece of heaven that God granted for Egypt. Dahab became so popular over the last few years for many reasons that you will instantly notice as soon as you hit its road. The mountains and their intermingling colors of red, yellow, green and black all along your way will comfort wonder it’s on of Egypt’s top attractions for both Egyptians and foreigners these days and it is in everyone’s bucket list.



Departure & Return

We will pick you up and drop you off anywhere within Sharm El Sheikh Hotels. You can choose the exact location during the booking process. If it’s your hotel, your safari instructor will be waiting for you at the hotel-lobby 10 minutes before departure.

Included in this Trip

Entry or admission fee

Parking fees

Goods & services tax

Bottled water


Excluded from this Trip

Tip or gratuity

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