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Egypt’s first ever long distance hiking trail, the Sinai Trail, is a 250 km-long sea to summit route through the greatest wilderness in the Middle East, beginning in the Gulf of Aqaba and ending in the mountains of St. Katherine.

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The Sinai Trail aims to create a sustainable tourism economy that benefits local communities, particularly those in remote and marginalized areas.

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Our Live Tribal adventure provides people from across the world a new and bespoke experience of Egypt: its unforgettable desert landscapes, nature, heritage and people.

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People have been crossing Sinai – walking its old paths and byways – for many millennia. The Sinai Trail keeps this tradition alive. The Sinai Trail is managed by a cooperative of three Bedouin tribes (Jebalaya, Muzeina, Tarabin).

We start our hike from Abo Sala, Going through Wadi Talah, then we climb our wadi through the boulders of Wadi Shaq, where we will find our first natural pool. Here would have the option based on the group's pace and fitness of going to Gebel Na'ga. Finishing our first day by heading towards Wadi Sagr where we will camp for our first night.

We start our day by going through Wadi Saqr, Wadi Abo Toath, and Farsh Masalah. Til we reach El Galt El Azraq where we will find our second natural pool and the deepest one throughout the trail, it reaches approximately 8M depth. then we go through Wadi Abo hbeg finding another natural Pool, then go through Wadi Tobg till we reach Farsh El Rummana, where we are going to camp for our second night.

We start our day heading towards climbing Jebel Bab (2000M) then heading towards Jebel Abu 'Alda, descending our way till we reach Wadi Jebel we are going to camp for our third and final night.

We start our day heading towards Zuwatin, entering Wadi El Shaq, and heading back towards the city of Katrina.



The scenery on this hike is breathtaking and indescribably beautiful. You will be hiking through the desert like mountains of Sinai and seeing a completely different side of Egypt that you have never seen before. Depending on which part of the trail we are taking, this could be around the mountains or closer to flat land and desert lakes.



The 3 nights are spent camping as we make our way through the pristine Sinai Trail. We usually sleep inside sleeping bags in the open space, but you still have the option to bring your tent if you want.



The desert environment can make weather a bit extreme. That's why were are heading towards Saint Catherine as the city itself is at an altitude of 1500-1600M and we will be on an average altitude of 1700-2000M so it's colder than the see level weather. And we have the natural pools that we pass by to refresh and recharge. Make sure you always carry water for hydration, at night you can enjoy the cool desert breeze.



You will be treated to 3 extremely delicious meals on a daily basis



You don’t need to be an experienced hiker to join this trip but you do need to be fit enough to hike or at least 5-6 hours every day sometimes in hot conditions. However, each day will just keep you motivated for the next with the great company and beautiful scenery.



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    • All activities as mentioned above
    • All meals as mentioned above (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
    • Round trip from Cairo to Catherine in HiAce Bus
    • Program design
    • Permits when needed
    • Experienced English speaking guides


    • Personal items
    • Sleeping Bag and Tents
    • Gear & equipment
    • Snacks

Hello Hello, I know what you are thinking, A hike in July is gonna be hot, That's why were are going high, Our hiking altitude average is 1800M above see level, while having ponds through the trail that we are going to swim at to refresh and chill.