We’ve set the 2017 date for our annual Trans Sinai safari:
Join us for 10 days crossing South Sinai, using the old Bedouin routes from Serabit El Khadem to Dahab. The Trans Sinai trek takes you through every kind of desert landscape: wide wadis, deep canyons, high mountain plateaus, dunes and oases.
It’s also possible to extend the safari and spend time on the Red Sea in Dahab. As you book, you’ll see options to add accommodation, airport transfers, etc.
Minimum 3 people to guarantee safari. Single travelers are welcome. We will add you to a group or suggest an alternative date/safari.
If you have any questions, just ask!
The trek is divided into 4 main areas:
This area is next to Jebel El Tih, the mountain range dividing north and south Sinai. It is characterized by wide wadis, large rolling dunes and families still living the traditional Bedouin life.
The safari starts with a 1 day drive to the base of Serabit El Khadem, the last half of which is off-road:
Other attractions on this part of the trek include:
3 deep canyons that join Jebel El Tih to Jebel El Guna. Trekking the canyons is amazing, and emerging from them to the El Guna Plateau is breathtaking. This area is empty and one of the most remote areas you will ever find yourself.
From the El Guna Plateau, water floods to Nuweiba in the East or Dahab in the West. We follow the western route, playing on the big dunes, visiting old Bedouin wells and meeting places, and the sites of the Nabateean people:
There is something almost miraculous about emerging from the desert to the sea.
Ras Abu Galoum is a remote Bedouin fishing settlement. Swim in Laguna, snorkel a beautiful coral garden at Dheyla, then take a final 1 hr camel trail to the Blue Hole and jeep to Dahab.
For all our desert treks and safaris, start here Trekking Sinai