The Sinai Trail is going to be taking a break for the next few weeks & months until the global health crisis is brought under control. With the help of an amazing community of people in Egypt & beyond the Sinai Trail has made a real difference to the region: it has created jobs & opportunities in remote areas; it has brought tribes together; it has given hope in a difficult chapter of Sinai’s history & has underlined the beauty of an endangered nomadic culture to the world. At the moment it’s important we stop trail traffic to ensure the Sinai’s isolated communities are protected but the trail is going be back as soon as things get better. Big thanks to all who have supported the growth of the Sinai Trail: it was built in hard times & with everybody’s help it’ll survive them again to blossom in the future. 
Stay tuned for updates here & above all everybody stay safe!


When the pandemic will be under control and travel ban will be lifted, we will announce all the details – including dates and prices – and we’ll be staying flexible to make sure the hike goes safely whatever happens in the next months of the health crisis. This is your chance to express your interest & be the first we contact when it’s set. Going back to the wilderness will be extra special after the last year & all of us are looking forward to seeing the world back. Until then stay safe all & look after each other & yourselves ⭐🐪❤
Please email the following details: 1. Name, 2. Nationality, 3. Bate of Birth, 4. Place of Residence,  5. Previous hiking experience, 6. Your perceived level of fitness on a scale of 1-5 with 1 the lowest & 5 the best.
Anybody who registers will be first in line when we finalise all the details in the springtime so message ASAP to be with us! Write to us here: sinaitrailenquiries@gmail.com
shor trip

The Sinai Trail has been extended from a 220km, 12 day hike to a 550km, 54 day hike involving ALL THE EIGHT TRIBES of South Sinai. For the first time in over 100 years the tribes of the region will work together on a travelling route and we will be marking the launch of the new trail with a series of EIGHT special trips. ONE TRIP in the territory of EACH TRIBE.