Trekking tour to the oasis Ain Khudra

Dahab, Egypt
Period of time: more than 24h
Price: 325 € per adult  
Category:: Kameltouren

Organisational Details

Participants: 3-5 person (Open tour)

Registration: 14 days before deadline

Languages: German, English, Arabic

Booking option: Booking on fixed rate

Description of Tour

4 day tour

1. Day: Drive from Dahab to the starting point of the tour. Through sandy wadis and over a pass to the canyon of light sandstone.

2. Day: We visit the oasis Ain Khudra with its Bedouin gardens and are invited to tea with a Bedouin family. This oasis is one of the most beautiful oases in South Sinai and the gardens are still cultivated.

3rd day: Through wadis with bizarre rock formations and over a pass we come to an area of granite, we move through narrow wadis with acacias and camel bushes. More colorful rocks await us after another pass.

Day 4: Now we ride along granite rocks and sandstone walls to lunch spot at colorful sandstone rocks. After lunch we will be picked up from the desert, ride back to Dahab.

This tour leads through extremely varied desert landscape, sometimes velvet stone and chalk cliffs, sometimes granite and basalt mountains, in between sand valleys and small dunes




Ride from Dahab to the starting point of the camel trekking, 1 riding camel per person ( but you can also walk alongside the camels), full board, guide


Flight to SSH, transfer from airport to Dahab, accommodation before / after the tour in hotel or campWe can arrange transfers and accommodation on request.


good physical condition, good shoes, sun protection.


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Foundation 1996
What I offer: Individual desert tours in Dahab, Sinai
Location: Dahab, Egypt
Language: German, English, Arabic
Booking: Tours with fixed price, Individual Bookings
Profession: Agency
Foundation: 1996