Sharm El Sheikh Excursions offers its visitors a wide range of day trips and other vacation activities, some of which take place on land and others on the water. Find out more about the area and the different things you can do there to have a good time.
$45 / Per person
- 4 Hours
Take a moment to think back to the last time you attempted something completely new. Sharm El Sheikh is a small oasis in the middle of the desert, and our Excursions will help you create a beautiful memory and a memorable vacation plan.
$55 / Per person
- 2 Hours
When you’re done with the water, you’ll be able to walk away from it dry. This one-of-a-kind trip will allow you to see the underwater world from the comfort of a semi-submarine, and you’ll remember it for the rest of your life. Regardless of your age or career status, you will enjoy this activity. The coral reefs of Egypt’s tropical Red Sea are world-famous, yet you don’t have to dive or swim to see them.
$55 / Per person
- 5 Hours
Take a camel ride into the desert with Bedouin guides to get a true sense of what life is like for a Bedouin. Before returning to Sharm El-Shiekh, stop for a Bedouin barbecue and tea in the desert and take in the gorgeous desert sky.
$75 / Per person
- 4 Hours
Come on a 5-in-1 amazing safari with us and learn about Bedouin culture firsthand. A camel ride, quad safari, sunset over the Sinai desert, traditional Bedouin meal, belly dancing, and fire-breathing entertainment are just a few of the activities available to visitors to the region.
$110 / Per person
- 15 Hours
One of the world’s oldest monasteries is on the slopes of Mount Sinai, the site of God’s giving of the Ten Commandments to Moses. Holy Monastery of God-Trodden Mount Sinai is well known as “Saint Catherine’s Monastery.” Since the 4th century AD, people have called the Sinai Peninsula home…. [Continue reading]
$105 / Per person
- 10 Hours
In the early morning, we will pick you up from your accommodation to visit the top features of the Sinai desert by contemporary vehicle. We travel to Saint Catherine monastery situated in heart of Sinai Peninsula at a height of 1570 meters in the area where, according to the story, Moses saw the bush on fire that didn’t burn up. Start your journey to see St. Catherine Monastery which is regarded as one of the most renowned and the oldest monasteries in the world
$85 / Per person
- 12 Hours
A visit to Dahab and the St. Catherine Monastery From Sharm El Sheikh, take a tour. We’ll pick you up early in the morning and take you to the ancient Christian site of St. Catherine’s City in Sinai in an air-conditioned van. When you arrive, you’ll see the Monastery of Saint Catherine, Room of the Skulls, Burning Bush, and more before continuing on to Dahab, where you can go shopping and have lunch at a local restaurant, among other things.
$430 / Per person
Travel to Cairo and see the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx before visiting the Egyptian Museum, which houses the world’s largest collection of Egyptian antiquities. Before heading back to Sharm El-Sheikh, go shopping in Khan Al-Khalil.
$275 / Per person
Take a trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Luxor and experience the city’s most famous sites in one day. On the east bank, you can see Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple, while on the west bank, you can see the Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut Temple.
$65 / Per person
- 4 Hours
The Alf Leila Wa Leila performance is a must-see in Sharm El Sheikh. A representative from our company will pick you up from your hotel and transport you there (One Thousand and One Nights Show). You’ll learn more and more about our enchanted culture, its splendor, and its art with each step you take. Pharaonic and Bedouin musical performances, together with the stunning architecture, highlight the importance of the historical narrative.
$525 / Per person
- 1 Day
Drive from Sharm to Taba to sail over the Gulf of Aqaba on a trip to Jordan, where we will take you to the spectacular, rock-cut city of Petra. Petra is a magnificent ancient UNESCO World Heritage site, all yours to witness.
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Gamil was a very good guide that was straight to the point and very knowledgeable. Great value for a private tour of the pyramids with freedom to see more or less of what you want.
Amazing day exploring Egypt- 10/10 would recommend! We got picked up from our hotel, they gave us water, drove us to the pyramids, took care of all the tickets and even became our photographer for the day!
Second time going to the The Great Pyramids of Giza and shimmy Carter our tour guide was fantastic. Knowledgeable and kept us informed and together as a group for an amazing experience.
Amazing trip with Travel Door Tours. Had Jimmy as an expert tour guide. Extremely informative. Made getting through talk the sites very easy. No issues the whole way and an amazing experience!
This was an unbelievable experience throughout all of Giza’s most famous sights. Mohammad was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about both the history of each site as well as the cultural aspects of the city/country.
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You can wear anything you like. During the summer in Egypt, you should wear something light made of cotton or linen, be comfortable, and put on sunblock. You should also wear comfortable shoes, like closed-toe shoes, to handle the sandy ground.
If you aren’t used to the sun in Egypt, bring a hat with a brim and sunglasses. Pack everything you might need and put it in a small bag so you can move easily from place to place.
Yes, you can get it all year. The Nile cruise from Aswan to Luxor takes three to four days on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and costs $600, and the cruise from Luxor to Aswan takes four to five days on Saturday, Monday, and Thursday and costs $650.
You can get your visa when you get to Egypt, and it will be good for 30 days. However, it is highly recommended that you get an e-visa, which is available through an online application and gives the traveler 30 days from the time they enter Egypt.
Egypt is a safe place for women tourists because Egyptians are very friendly and treat everyone who comes to their country with respect. When women travel to Egypt, they feel very safe while they are there.
Between winter and spring, many people think that the period from October to April is the best time to visit Egypt. With the winter breeze, the weather becomes tropical and very warm. This means that tourists can enjoy their time in Egypt, visit all the wonderful attractions and monuments, and most importantly, take a cruise on the Nile and sail along the longest river in the world.