Our way of life and travelling in the desert

We travel only in the southern part of Sinai.

 

With our guide Mohammed, we evaluate what we feel about the group, what is possible and beneficial and we decide on the spot the itinerary, the campsites and the proposed activities.

So we do not have a fixed route at the start and we have an unlimited choice between the splendors of the desert.

We prefer to choose sandy areas, less frequented by day tourists and non-hazardous routes (not along precipices).

Practically, in the early morning, the camp awakens slowly: the Bedouins prepare our breakfast and leaving our tent, we come together. Then everyone makes his morning toilet, which is an art in the desert!

In general, we then prepare for a walk, which each time takes us to very varied places. The Sinai Desert is not an infinite succession of sand dunes, but rather a series of surprises!

These walks are a maximum of a few hours. Sometimes the hike is interspersed with a lunch, either in the camp or on the hike itself.

If we borrow a canyon, there is practically always a rope or a wooden staircase to facilitate the passage.

At the end of the afternoon, we meet in the camp, a period of rest and a common meal in the central camp.

 

To this program will be added daily specific activities of each trip, according to their theme. You will find a few words in their specific description.

 

We end this trip with a day at the Red Sea, in a fixed Bedouin camp on the edge of the Blue Lagoon. It would be a real shame to miss out on this fascinating experience of swimming between its corals and its wonderful fish all more varied and colorful each other. This last day also allows us to reconnect gently to everyday life, before taking the plane home.

 


 Our way of life and travelling in the desert

We travel only in the southern part of Sinai.

 

With our guide Mohammed, we evaluate what we feel about the group, what is possible and beneficial and we decide on the spot the itinerary, the campsites and the proposed activities.

So we do not have a fixed route at the start and we have an unlimited choice between the splendors of the desert.

We prefer to choose sandy areas, less frequented by day tourists and non-hazardous routes (not along precipices).

Practically, in the early morning, the camp awakens slowly: the Bedouins prepare our breakfast and leaving our tent, we come together. Then everyone makes his morning toilet, which is an art in the desert!

In general, we then prepare for a walk, which each time takes us to very varied places. The Sinai Desert is not an infinite succession of sand dunes, but rather a series of surprises!

These walks are a maximum of a few hours. Sometimes the hike is interspersed with a lunch, either in the camp or on the hike itself.

If we borrow a canyon, there is practically always a rope or a wooden staircase to facilitate the passage.

At the end of the afternoon, we meet in the camp, a period of rest and a common meal in the central camp.

 

To this program will be added daily specific activities of each trip, according to their theme. You will find a few words in their specific description.

 

We end this trip with a day at the Red Sea, in a fixed Bedouin camp on the edge of the Blue Lagoon. It would be a real shame to miss out on this fascinating experience of swimming between its corals and its wonderful fish all more varied and colorful each other. This last day also allows us to reconnect gently to everyday life, before taking the plane home.

 




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