You will be transferred from your hotel in Sharm El Shiek to Taba via a modern air-conditioned Vehicle, approximately 3 hours and half. Then will be met and assisted at Taba. Take the boat to Aqaba where you will be met and assisted then you will move directly to Petra for a full day visit, to the red rose rock city, the city of the Nabateans, the lost city carve all in the mountains, riding on a horse to the Siq (canyon) which is a natural crack in the rocks, the Nabateans developed it into their structure elements, walking through the 1.2 km canyon and enjoying the beautiful carvings of statues, idols and niches.
On the way to the treasury, you will be wondering about the time the treasury will appear to you behind the corner that has been standing there for over than 2000 years, and then continue along the facades street to the roman theatre, royal tombs, the roman colonnaded street, Qasr al-bent. Lunch, then back to Aqaba port to take the cruise back to Taba, drive back to your hotel in Sharm El Shiek.
Ancient Egypt Tours from Sharm El Sheikh Starts with pick up service from your hotel by modern bus to drive to Taba Port, Take the ferry to Aqaba, where you will be met by our REP. Then you will be taken by modern coach to Petra attractions. Tour of Al Khazneh ” The Treasury” The most magnificent of Petra sights. One of the most elegant remains of the ancient world, the Treasury is carved out of solid rock and stands for 40 meters high. The Treasury in Petra is still a mystery. No one knew when it was built, nor what was its purpose. The bottom of the Treasury was damaged by the flood. Tour Petra Roman Theatre The next main monument of the city of Petra is the Roman Amphitheatre. Petra’s theatre is cut out of solid rock, and badly deteriorated. The front of the Theatre, including most of the stage was badly damaged by floods. This theatre is important when one considers the cultural importance it would have played in the Nabatean city. Lunch Have lunch at a high quality restaurant Petra Tour of the Monastery: The name “Monastery” is a rather inaccurate nickname, which is probably based on its remote location and some inscribed crosses in the interior. Although it may have been later used as a church, it was probably a temple. Petra Tour of The Royal tombs This tomb is built high on the mountain side, and requires climbing up a number of flights of stairs. Abbe’ Starcky has suggested that this is the tomb of Nabatean King Malchus II who died in 70 AD. Dr. Schmidt-Colinet has proposed that this is tomb for Aretas IV. Transfer back to Aqaba for departure to Taba Port, where you will be met & transferred to your hotel in Sharm by modern bus.
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