Pilgrim’s Footprints Safari – Sinai
Adult £65 / Child £45
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Enjoy the adventure together exploring the Sinai desert. Land that entwines both the past & present. In Barta Valley see well-travelled pilgrim routes marked with marvellous ancient inscriptions, El Buwty Desert valley filled with fossilized, wind shaped coral that were once seabed. Breathtaking panoramic views from Buwty Mountains reaching the borders of Saudi Arabia, Jordan & Israel. Finally snorkelling in the Red Sea around 12th Century, Salah El din Citadel on Island of Pharaoh.
Barta Valley In past times this was the main route for pilgrims coming from Africa & morocco who were heading to Mecca on Hajj. The Canaanites – the sons of Ham (prophet Noah’s son) also used this area. The valleys importance is the marvellous ancient inscriptions that exist on the valley walls. Moving on by Jeep towards the El Buwty valley, one of the most beautiful areas in Sinai for its special geographic nature. 25 kilometres above sea level this valley floor was once seabed! Now all that’s left are the most beautiful collaborated mix of coral, rocks; fossilized & beaten by nature to shape such an awesome landscape. Above the valley floor the Buwty mountains command a breathtaking view reaching the borders of Saudi Arabia, Israel & Jordan. After leaving the desert off to the coast at Taba, board the snorkelling boat for Lunch & snorkelling around Island of Pharaoh. The impressive Saladin fortress, built by crusaders in the 12th century, a strategic island in order to control; the trade of products coming from Asia. Stunning spot to relax & swim before returning back to Sharm.
The programme includes
Transfers by 4×4 vehicles & mini bus. Lunch, Bedouin tea, Boat trip & English-speaking tour guide.
The programme excludes
Snorkelling equipment, tipping. Any other extra’s not mentioned in programme