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In the morning and after you have your breakfast, you will be driven to St, Catherine to visit the one of the world's oldest monasteries of St, Catherine which was built in the 6th century AD by Emperor Justinian and visit their the 4th century old but richly decorated church.Drive to Dahab for lunch, shopping and snorkeling by the beach.Drive back to Nuweiba.
Moses Mountain & St, Catherine Monastery
After you collect your breakfast box, you will be driven to St, Catherine to climb Moses Mountain, tracing the footprints of Prophet Moses when he receveived the Tablets of Law and the Ten Commandments, Watch a spectacular sun rise and then make your way back to the valley to visit St Catherine Monastsry which is one of the world's oldest monasteries of St, Catherine which was built in the 6th century AD by Emperor Justinian and visit their the 4th century old but richly decorated church. Drive back to Nuweiba .
The Colored Canyon
The canyon mouth is accessible by car, and its short length (about 700 meters) makes for perfect hiking. As one ventures into the canyon, the walls narrow in width to just a few feet in some places, giving the channel a close and secretive atmusphere.
Jerusalem & Dead Sea
Early morning drive to Taba to cross the Egyptian-Israeli border. Take the vehicle and drive to
The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is the deepest point on Earth as it is 400 m deep. Get the marvelous experience of floating over the surface of the waters which contains an unusual amount of healthy minerals.
On the wa to Jerusalem, you will stop by Qumrn Site, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, proceed to Jerusalem and first stop by the Mountain of Olives to havae this panoramic view of the ancient city .
-drive to the city of Bethlehem where we will visit the Church of Nativity which is the central pilgrimage destination for all Christians because Jesus Christ was born there.
-Drive back to Jerusalem to see the Wailing Wall, which represents the last remnants of the Jewish Temple and continue through the "Way of Suffering" “Via Del Arosa” which leads us to The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where according to Christian tradition Jesus was crucified and buried. Drive back to Egypt
Petra By Boat
Drive toTaba Heights Marina to take the boat to Jordan. Upon arrival in Jordan you will drive to Petra to begin your tour. Walk through the Canyon or Siq.we start the tour on foot, though the Siq or the Canyon, a narrow, winding gorge over 1 kilometer in length. Beautiful sandstone formations of Petra were once occupied by the Edomites. One of the reasons why Petra was such an attractive site for the Nabateans is its virtual hiddeness behind a narrow and easily defensible canyon known as the Siq.Visit of Al Khazneh or The great treasury of the Pharaoh.as you come to the end of this beautiful ravine, a very narrow opening offers a peephole to one of the most spectacular sites in Petra - the treasury. Carved out of the side of the sandstone mountain face probably in the first century BC, scholars debate as to its actual function.
The Roman theatre & the Roya tombs
after the visit to the treasury we will visit the Roman theatre which dates back to Byzantine era & the Royal tombs. Not a lot is known about the ancient culture of the Nabateans, except that they were excellent engineers with amazing skill and craft. They built water conservation and irrigation systems and carved their homes, temples and tombs right out of the rocks.Visit of Al Habis fort.Afterward, we continue our tour to the hill of Al-Habis fort which dates back to crusaders times, for a breathtaking panoramic view of deep gullies and uniquely colored rock formations.Back to Nuweiba.