Mount Sinai Climb and St Catherine Monastery from Sharm El Sheikh

Original price was: $40.Current price is: $35.

Witness a spectacular sunrise as you stand at the summit of Mount Sinai

Enjoy a peaceful nighttime hike under the stars to the summit of Mount Sinai

Admire dazzling panoramic views from the top of the mountain

Visit St. Catherine’s, one of the oldest Christian monasteries in the world

Travel to and from Sharm El Sheikh in an air-conditioned vehicle


Watch sunrise from the top of Mount Sinai on a hiking trip from Sharm el Sheikh to one of Egypt’s highest mountains. You’ll climb the 7,497-foot (2,285-mt.) peak in the predawn darkness.

The guide will pick you up from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh at 20:30 pm by a modern air-conditioned vehicle to drive to St.Catheine, takes about 3 – 4 hours driving. Start climbing the Moses Mountain begins at 2:00 am and coming down at 8:00 am. Then proceed to visit St. Catherine Monastery which is considered one of the most famous monasteries in the world and it was dedicated to one of Alexander’s rulers, Saint Catherine who was tortured to death for the sake of her new faith. . Then, back to your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.

Mount Sinai Climb and St Catherine Monastery from Sharm El Sheik


Hotel pickup and drop-offTransportation by air-conditioned jeep

Entrance fees to St. Catherine National Park

Bedouin guide on Mount Sinai



Any extras not mentioned in the program
Entrance fees to Mousses Mountain 10€ per person to be paid cash
Food And Drinks

3 reviews for Mount Sinai Climb and St Catherine Monastery from Sharm El Sheikh

  1. get@dmin

    Absolutely amazing trip. Stunning. The bus however is really bad. And my pick up wad 30 minutes late which was a bit annoying, as nothing was communicated. But I would definitely recommend this to anyone. You won’t regret it, but the bus trip is a tough one.

  2. get@dmin

    It was worth the entire excursion. It is quite an experience where you meet people from all over the world. It is true that it requires a lot of physical effort, but it is also true that it is up to the guide to make rest stops to recover. I recommend doing it and having your coffee in the tent before reaching the peak

  3. get@dmin

    Beautiful experience, very sacrificing for people of a certain age. I highly recommend and both the Italian and the Bedouin guide were good. A beautiful climb to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunrises.

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