Petra by boat 1 Day from Sharm el Sheikh

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  • pick up : 20:30
  • return : 23:30
Go to Aqaba for a day and ride the bus to Petra, the famous rose-red rock city in Jordan. Hiking through the canyon, you will visit (Siq) and the Treasury (Al Khazneh), the Roman Theatre and the Royal tombs in the wall. Enjoy an unforgettable day in this impressive historic sites.


Price P.P
  • £ 195.00 Price P. Adult
  • £ 175.00 Price P. Child


  • All transfers by A/C Bus.
  • Ferry boat tickets.
  • Entrance fees to the mentioned places in the program.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Lunch in Petra.
  • Visa to Jordan


  • Drinks in the Restaurant .
  • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary.

Take with You

  • passport.
  • breakfast pox (book with the hotel at the recption)
  • sport shoes
  • sun protections.


You will be picked up from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh by air conditioned vehicle and drive about 3 hours to Taba .
from sharm el sheikh to Taba it is nice road in sinai desert between the high mountains of Sinai and the Gulf of Aqaba .
take the Ferry Boat and sail across the Gulf of aqaba from Taba in Egypt to Aqaba in Jordan, Meet & assist in Aqaba marine, then transfer from Aqaba to Petra by Bus about “2 hours” ,
You will start your visit to the Siq canyon of petra, by visiting El-Khazanah. “Treasury” Upon your entrance to the Siq canyon, you will see the remains of a ceremonial arch, built by Nabataeans.. We will enter Petra on foot through, the spectacularly beautiful narrow and winding gorge over 1kilomete in length, until the gorge opens out revealing the Great Treasury (which can be seen in the pictures below).Before your entrance to the Siq canyon, on your left hand, there is a Petra Obelisk tomb, with a five graves, four of them represented in a pyramid shape and one in Statue shape
After 1.5 Kilometer of winding around, the Siq will open on the most impressive of Petra monuments, which called El-Khazna “The Treasury”, carved in the solid rock. Next to El-Khaznah, the Siq will turn right and lead you to some niches, tombs, and the Amphitheater
After visiting the Great Treasury your guide will take you around the grand Roman Theatre of Petra. Roman Theatre Beyond the Street of Facades lies the Theatre, which was constructed in the early 1st century AD by Nabataeans and enlarged and improved by the Romans shortly after their annexation of the Kingdom in 106 AD. They accomplished this by ruthlessly gouging away a street of houses or tombs in order to extend the rear of the auditorium, which could then accommodate 3000 people. This also improved the acoustics of the theatre and supported a drain, which took the run-off water around the sides of the theatre.
The standard Roman-design theatre today lies open to the Outer Siq, but would originally have been enclosed by a wall and completely cut off from the street. Ancient Tombs of Petra Next on your guided tour is the Royal Tombs (the Rainbow Tomb is a must for photographers), as well as hundreds of monuments, trichinous, and obelisks, all carved from the multi-shaded, rose red sandstone .
Lunch break at one of the local restaurants, followed by some free time .
continue our tour to the hill of Al Habis fort which dates back to Crusaders times, for a breathtaking Panoramic view of deep gullies and uniquely colored Rock formations .
Transfer back to Aqaba then Ferry to Taba and Transfer from Taba to your Hotel in Sharm El sheikh .

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