Jeep Safari in Abu Gallom National park from Sharm el Sheikh
$45 per person
Duration – 07.30 to 17.00
If you’ve already bought a tour Egypt, you should visit Abu Gallom national park. You will enjoy the beauty of the underwater world at the Blue Hole and take a walk on the jeep and camel over the vast expanse of sea coast
Jeep Safari in Abu Gallom national park from Sharm el Sheikh Tour program:
- Departure from Sharm el Sheikh by jeep to the city of Dahab
- Riding jeep in Abu Gallom national park
- Visit to Bedouin village
- Camel ride along the seashore
- Swimming with flippers and masks in the Blue Hole – one of the most beautiful places in the world’s coral reefs
- Dinner on the beach (included in price)
- Arrive in Dahab and visiting souvenir shops
- Return to Sharm El Sheikh
What should you take:
- Mask and Flippers (can be rented)
We recommend wearing comfortable clothes and shoes while Jeep Safari in Abu Gallom national park from Sharm el Sheikh.
National Park Abu Gallom is located between Nuweiba and Dahab. It is a genuine treasure of Egypt; five square kilometers of amazing natural storehouse give birth to more than 150 species of plants, with more than 40 species found only in this area.
Abu Gallom landscape consists of three lines. The first line of beautiful rare corals, the second line of smooth pebble beach, the third line of unearthly beauty mountain peaks.
Did you know what Arabs call WADI? These dry riverbeds that stretch for hundreds of kilometers inside the park, creating intricate patterns in soft colors. These parched creeks almost never see water, as rains in this area are extremely rare.
It is impossible to give a complete description for the Abu Gallom National Park without mentioning the world famous Blue Hole. This is one of the most beautiful places in the world’s coral reefs. Clear turquoise water of the Red Sea and a huge bottomless blue of the crevices in the seafloor amaze.
There is one condition for jeep safari Abu Gallom National Park from Sharm el Sheikh guests – on this pristine untouched land they can move only on foot or by camel, so you leave the jeeps and continue the tour on camels. Finally, you can eat local Bedouin food and contemplate the stunning beauty of the starry sky.