$ 75,00

Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

Ride a camel to Mt. Matamir, eat a Bedouin-style lunch and discover Nawamis’ mysterious tombs on a full-day adventure from Sharm El Sheikh into the Sinai Desert. Leave the city in a 4×4 and meet your Bedouin camel guides; trek across the sand to the base of Mt. Matamir then enjoy a traditional nomadic meal cooked over a fire. Continue to Nawamis, a rocky plateau dotted with enigmatic bronze-age tombs, pause for a glass of tea in a Bedouin community, and get a glimpse of daily life in the sand.


  • Full-day camel trek in the Sinai Desert from Sharm el Sheikh
  • Soak up the majesty and silence of the desert as you ride
  • Stop at Mount Matamir for a traditional Bedouin lunch cooked on an open fire
  • Learn how to prepare and bake tasty Bedouin flatbread
  • Trek to the Nawamis Plateau to view its strange, Bronze Age tombs
  • Visit a Bedouin settlement and share tea with the friendly local

What You Can Expect

Ride a camel through the ruggedly beautiful Sinai Desert

Leave your Sharm el Sheikh hotel and take the 2.5-hour journey deep into the Sinai desert in an air-conditioned minivan, with photo stops on route. Notice along the way how the granite mountains merge into open desert — the setting for your adventure.
On arrival, meet the Bedouins and camels used for your trek. Then, climb aboard a camel and set off. Once you’re used to its rolling gait, relax and absorb the desert scenery: the vast expanses and silence are hypnotizing.
After a while, arrive at Mount Matamir and set up a small camp. Then, either explore the area or watch the Bedouins prepare lunch on an open fire. Perhaps learn how to bake Bedouin bread, and tuck into your handiwork with the rest of lunch. Bedouin meals usually feature hummus, salad, pickles and bread or even stew, so expect a delicious meal. After lunch, walk to the top of Mount Matamir to enjoy the stunning views as your guide points out local wadis and other points of interest. On return to camp, refuel with some Bedouin tea before continuing your camel trek.
Your second stop is Nawamis, a plateau studded with Bronze Age tombs. Walk around these mysterious, igloo-like structures as your guide explains how they all face west and why. Ride on from here to a traditional Bedouin settlement, and share some refreshing tea with the local women and children.
Finally, trek back to where you first met your camel convoy. Then, return to Sharm el Sheikh where your tour concludes with a hotel drop-off.

Tour’s Program

Hotel pickup and drop-off
Bedouin fees
Local guide
Gratuities (optional)
Food and drinks, unless specified
Suitable clothing should be worn, such as trousers for riding the camels and trainers or trekking shoes for walking in the desert. Head cover – hat or scarf and sunscreen are also highly recommended.
Not recommended for child aged 5 and under
Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 2 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
Pick-up from your Sharm el Sheikh hotel
11 hours (approx.)
Returns to original departure point

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