Explore the spectacular ancient beauty in the lost city of Petra with our day trip from Sharm El Sheikh to Petra. Located among the mountains of southern Jordan, with its canyon puzzling with mazes and gorges, this 2000-year-old historic city encapsulates its magnificent archaeological importance in its incredible desert ruins. Don’t miss the chance to discover the wonders of Petra on this unforgettable journey.
Experience the wonder of Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, on this day trip from Sharm el Sheikh. travel by ferry to Aqaba, then journey through the Jordanian desert to Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Our experienced guide will pick you up at your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh, anytime between 1:00 and 2:00, depending on your location, and take you to the port of Taba. During this two-hour ride, you will be thrilled by the panoramic views of the Sinai Desert and Al Aqaba Mountain.
Now it is time to start the journey to Petra a day tour from Sharm El Sheikh. Once you arrive from Sharm El Sheikh to Jordan after navigating through Aqaba Golf, our professional English-speaking guide will take care of your presence with all the legal formalities .
One of the most iconic sights in Petra is “Al Khazneh,” also known as “The Treasury,” a magnificent temple carved into the rock face that will leave you in awe. Join us on this once-in-a-lifetime experience and immerse yourself in the ancient beauty of Petra.
The Roman Theater in Petra is one of the most impressive and well-preserved structures in the ancient city. It was built in the 1st century AD and could seat up to 8,500 people. The theater was carved into the side of a mountain, and it is believed to have been used for a variety of events, including plays, musical performances, and religious ceremonies. Today, visitors can explore the theater and imagine what it must have been like to attend an event in this ancient venue.
The “Royal Tombs” in Petra, also known as the “Wall of the Kings,” are a series of grand tombs cut into the rock face in Petra, Jordan. These impressive structures were built by the Nabateans, an ancient Arab tribe that inhabited Petra over 2,000 years ago. The tombs feature intricate facades, columns, and details that showcase the Nabateans’ remarkable engineering and artistic skills. The Royal Tombs are a must-see attraction in Petra, and offer a fascinating glimpse into the rich history and culture of this ancient civilization.
akes us to the city center for .lunch of delicious local food in a 5 star restaurant.
is a hill located in Petra, Jordan, that offers visitors stunning panoramic views of the ancient city and its surrounding landscape. From the top of the hill, including the iconic Treasury and Monastery. The climb to the top of Al-Habis hill is challenging, but the views make it worth the effort.
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Comfy shoes ( trainers would be perfect for this excursion ).
Breakfast box (free of charge in most of the hotels in Sharm El Sheikh ).
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