Sinai Safari

Mount Sinai Safari

Holy Land Bible journey from Israel to Mount Sinai, Red Sea, & St. Catherine’s monastery in footsteps of Moses, Exodus, & Ten Commandments. Ask Zack Shavin

Sinai's mountainous Red Sea coastline

Mountainous Sinai Red Sea coastline

Footsteps of the Exodus
Explore the magnificent Red Sea coast, rose-granite mountains, and Bedouin culture. Access is super easy from Eilat
• Adventure in footsteps of Israelites & Exodus
• Explore Sinai’s picturesque desert oases
• Camel riding & experience Bedouin nomad life
• Climb Mount Sinai for sunrise
• Bake unleavened bread over coals
• Red Sea’s colorful coral reefs

St. Catherine's Monastery at Mount Sinai built by Byzantine emperor Justinian

St. Catherine’s Monastery Sinai

St. Catherine & view Mt. Sinai (1 day)
Early morning pick-up in Eilat, cross Taba border, drive along Red Sea coast, and climb into the high rose granite mountains of southern Sinai. Cross the colorful sandstone Pilgrims Valley arriving at St. Catherine’s monastery at the foot of Mt. Sinai. Visit the famous fortress-like monastery built by Byzantine emperor Justinian in the 6th century, the Burning Bush, and Jethro’s Well. Return to Eilat

Sinai wilderness at sunrise from Mount Sinai (Jebel Musa)

Sunrise from Mount Sinai

St. Catherine & climb Mt. Sinai (2 days)
DAY 1 Early morning pick up in Eilat, cross Taba border, drive along the Red Sea coast with time to swim & snorkel the colorful coral reefs, begin our climb into the high rose colored granite mountains of southern Sinai. Cross the Valley of Pilgrims where we explore sandstone formations and rock inscriptions, view Ein Hudra oasis, possibly “Hatzerot” of the Exodus. Overnight in area of St. Catherine.

Camel riding to St. Catherine's monastery and Mount Sinai

By Camel to Mt. Sinai

DAY 2 Those climbing Mt. Sinai for the sunrise view will need to get up in the middle of the night. After breakfast we visit St. Catherine’s monastery, the “Burning Bush”, & “Jethro’s Well”. St. Catherine’s, with its massive high walls to protect it from marauding Saracens, was built by the Byzantine emperor Justinian in the 6th century. Lunch and return to Eilat, in the afternoon.

Contact Zack Shavin for more info
Interested in making a Mount Sinai & Red Sea safari in the footsteps of the Exodus? Ask veteran guide and biblical archaeologist Zack Shavin at Land of Israel Tours.

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