The Sinai Peninsula and Red Sea Coast

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  • 1. Ismailiya Regional Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The small Ismailiya Regional Museum has a modest collection of pharaonic and Greco-Roman artifacts. The majority of its collection consists...Read More

  • 2. Jabal Moussa (Mt. Sinai)

    Geological Site

    From the base of Mount Sinai, any fellow hikers who have preceded you look like dots 7,504 feet ahead of you, and the prospect of reaching the...Read More

  • 3. Pharaoh's Island

    Island

    Pharaoh's Island, so-called because it was first used during the reign of Ramses III (1194–1163 BC), is a long, rocky island surrounded by reefs...Read More

  • 4. Port Fouad

    Town/Village

    Bur Sa‘id's sister city is on the other side of the canal, which you can cross by free ferry. You can see large vessels and pretty homes from...Read More

  • 5. Port Said National Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    This small museum has an exquisite collection of artifacts spanning the history of Egypt from predynastic times until the 19th-century reign...Read More

  • 6. Quseir Fort

    Military Site

    Quseir Fort was one of many strategically located military posts that the Ottoman Turks built along the Red Sea Coast, and it was one of the...Read More

  • 7. Taba Heights

    Neighborhood/Street

    Taba Heights, the northern Sinai's largest new tourist venture, aims to develop into a self-contained settlement anchored by excellent tourist...Read More

  • 8. The Monastery of St. Anthony

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Saint Anthony is a prominent figure in Coptic Christianity because of his influence on the monastic movement. And even though his contemporary...Read More

  • 9. The Monastery of St. Paul

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Saint Paul of Thebes (also known as Saint Paul the Anchorite) made his way into the desert to live as a hermit in the 4th century, after a wealthy...Read More

  • 10. Wadi Kid

    Geological Site

    The trip to to Wadi Kid is a gorgeous trek that leads to Ain Kid. Ain in Arabic means "spring." As is often the case in the Sinai, the wadis...Read More

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