Enjoy the sunrise over the desert on the unforgettable Sharm El Sheikh day tours, and visit the place where Moses received the 10 Commandments. Your Next Holiday Travel guide, will accompany you up Moses’ Mountain and take you on a tour of St. Catherine’s Monastery.
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Pick you up from your hotel to discover the top highlights of the Sinai desert and the amazing experience in Egypt day tours. We drive to Saint Catherine monastery located in the heart of Sinai Peninsula at a height of 1570 meters in the place where according to tradition Moses saw the bush on fire which didn’t burn up. It is in the foothills of Gable Moses or Mount Sinai, on whose summit Moses received the tables of the law with the Ten Commandments inscribed. The monastery dates back to the age of the emperor Justinian 6th century. It was the same time as building the enclosure wall surrounding the monastery right now but The monastery was named Saint Catherine at the beginning of the 11th century in honor of Saint Catherine, one of the earliest Alexandria Christian martyrs.
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Located 20km south of Sharm El Sheikh, Ras Mohamed is the most beautiful and famous national park in Egypt. It also happens to be one of the best places for diving in the world. Many fish come here from the open sea in search of food and shelter and it is very common to see schools of tuna, barracuda, dolphins and even sharks for the more daring.
Enjoy a desert adventure. See the beautiful scenery of the Sinai desert while also experiencing the excitement of quad bike trekking. Drive over the dune, speed across the sand, all in a stunning desert setting.
Most visitors take a tour bus from Sharm el-Sheikh or Dahab to Saint Catherine's Monastery. This is the simplest option. However, you must be prepared to travel in a group or hire a company to handle your Sharm El Sheikh day tours. Mount Sinai is a popular addition to tour bus excursions.
The Path of Sinai, Discover the 6.8-mile, out-and-back south of Sinai trail close to Saint Cathrine. It's an interesting tour worth trying, but it's a difficult route that takes an average of 4 hours and 35 minutes to complete.
Visitors can visit the Icon Gallery and the Monastery of St. Catherine from 8.45 am to 11.30 am on Saturdays and Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, the monastery is open from 10.45 am to 11.30 am, although the Icon Gallery is closed. It is closed on Sundays and holy days. The Holy Day calendar is provided below.
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