Our tour add-ons of Egypt & Sinai are a great and easy way to visit the more extraordinary attractions.  Take a short glance at these popular add-ons to see how a few extra hours
can make a world of difference to your tour
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Faluca sail boat on the Nile
Faluca sail boat on the Nile
Visiting Luxor- The capital of upper ancient Egypt
You can add a day on your tour to Cairo, is done by flights.
Visit Luxor and Karnak Temples, the Valley of the kings and enjoy Faloka sail boat on the Nile
As the site of the Ancient Egyptian city of Thebes, Luxor has frequently been characterized 
as the "world's greatest open-air museum", as the ruins of the temple complexes at 
Karnak and Luxor stand within the modern city. Immediately opposite, across the River Nile,
lie the monuments, temples and tombs of the West Bank Necropolis, which includes 
the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens.
Luxor is a must to be included in a tour to Egypt.
Wadi El Rayan, Fayum Lake and Wadi El Hitan (The Whales Valley)  
Cairo is situated on the edge of the Sahara desert and on a day tour from Cairo you can witness the dramatic and enchanting Sahara scenery. 
This fascinating tour takes us off-road into the unique landscapes of the Western Desert. It includes the geological phenomenon of the
‘Whales Valley’, where ancient whale skeletons are found in the desert sands. We drive through striking desert scenery to the 
stunning oasis of Al Fayoum. Here we visit the lake which is surrounded in the north by desert sands and, in the south, 
by a thriving agricultural community. Can be combined by adding a day to your tour of Cairo
Not in the Summer
Giza pyramids- Cairo
Giza pyramids- Cairo
Abu Simbel temple 
Adding another day to your Cairo- Luxor trip, by flights
Abu Simbel is a temple complex, originally cut into a solid rock cliff, in southern 
Egypt and located at the second cataract of the Nile River. The two temples which 
comprise the site (The Great Temple and The Small Temple) were created during 
the reign of Ramesses II. The complex is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, 
The complex was relocated in its entirety in 1968, on an artificial hill made from a
domed structure, high above the Aswan High Dam reservoir. The relocation of the
temples was necessary or they would have been submerged during the creation 
of Lake Nasser.
Another must in you Egypt tour 
Faluka sail boat on the Nile
Feluccas are the traditional sailboats of Egypt's Nile. Egyptians and foreigners alike enjoy a relaxing 
felucca ride, as they are perfect for catching the breeze and watching the sunset.
Great experience for all season, can be taken in Cairo, Luxor or Aswan.
Abu Simbel Temple
Abu Simbel Temple
Climbing Mt Sinai for sunrise and visit the Monastery of St. Catherine
Mount Sinai is believed to be the biblical ’Mount Horeb’, the mountain on which Mosses received the Ten Commandments.
It is one of the Highest Mountain in the Sinai Peninsula and a very popular attraction. Visitors to Mount Sinai traditionally 
walk up the mountain in time for the sunrise; this tradition began hundreds of years ago with the first intrepid travelers 
visiting there and continues on to this day. The spectacular views from the summit are legendary and as the sun casts its 
first light across the mountain peaks it is easy to see why the mountain is so revered. 
St  Catherine's’ Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in Christianity. The monastery is a walled fortress that was built 
around the ’Burning Bush’ between the years  548-565 AD.  Despite its rich and eventful history Saint Catherine’s monastery  
was never destroyed and is  a remarkably well preserved historic site.
camel tours in the Sinai desert
camel tours in the Sinai desert
Combining 2, 4 hours or a full day on camels in the Sand Stone Area of Sinai
To really experience spirit of the desert we must leave the 4x4  behind and take a more 
traditional kind of journey, by camel. We board the most authentic and reliable form of 
desert transportation - the camel. This ancient desert wanderer allows us to 
experience the desert environment in the most magical and fun possible way.
Suitable for all ages
Snorkeling in the Red Sea
To be combined with your Sinai tour.
The Sinai coast line is without doubt one of the best snorkeling destinations in the world. 
Protected from the ocean currents, the waters of the Red Sea are particularly calm and enjoy 
high temperatures. These conditions have led to the development of a wealth of undersea life, 
dominated by hard and soft coral, and with a high percentage of species only to be found here. 
With over 200 species of coral, over 1000 species of fish and 1000 species of invertebrates, 
the waters of the Red Sea offer an endless spectacle to visitors.
Red Sea snorkeling
Red Sea snorkeling
Jeep tour in the sand stone area and the Coast line of the Sinai
we board our 4x4 jeeps and begin our journey into the heart of the picturesque Sinai desert. 
Having reached the Sandstone area we leave the road for a breathtaking 4X4 adventure through 
this beautiful wilderness. In this area we find the delicate rock formations of the southern 
Mt. Baraka and enjoy the breathtaking views from the top of the highest sand dunes in Sinai. 
We visit the ancient tribal cemetery of Nawamis (4000 BC), the ‘Rock of Inscriptions’ and the beautiful ‘Hollow Mountain’
Hiking/ trekking in the High Range of Sinai
Can be added to your Sinai tour.
Hiking with small backpacks through the magnificent Red Granite Mountains of Sinai’s High Range (UNESCO) 
is an experience of a lifetime. We get well off the tourist track to take in the most dramatic scenery and sights 
including the beautiful and ancient monastery, we walk through the picturesque Canyons. 
explore Bedouin gardens, orchards, oasis, waterfalls and rock pools all accessible only by foot.