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Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai, known by local Bedouin as ‘Mount Moses’, is the Biblical mountain where Moses is said to have received the Ten Commandments. Rising 2285m above sea level, this craggy and monumental peak offers incredible views over the Sinai Peninsula.
There are two routes that snake up the mountain: the Camel Trail ,which is a wide, paved path that alternates between easy, steep and very steep, and is about 7km one way (2.5-3hr walking), or the Stairs, all 3750 of them.

Once on top of the mountain, you can catch your breath and watch as the surrounding peaks and desert plains are bathed in the fiery colours of sunset.


Monastery: We’ll leave Dahab at 8am and arrive at the monastery at about 10am. You’ll have time to visit the various attractions, such as the Basilica and the museum, before we climb the mountain, after lunch.

Mountain: We’ll ascend by the Camel Trail, in good time for the sunset. Afterwards, we’ll descend by the Camel Trail or the Stairs, and you’ll be driven back to Dahab.

Price Includes:

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  • Transportation
  • St Catherine’s Protectorate entrance fee
  • Bedouin guide for Mount Sinai


Price Excludes:

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  • Museum entrance fee. $5 per person.
  • Lunch. $10 per person.




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Bedouin Dinner


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95 $

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[infobox type=”info” clickable=”yes” boldtext=”Note”] The Monastery is closed on Sundays, Fridays and on Greek Orthodox holidays. [/infobox]