EASY TRAVEL to Abu Gallum

Abu Gallum is reached from Dahab (about 15 km) on a characterful trek from the Blue Hole dive site along the coast. Visitors can take the journey on foot if they wish, or take the traditional form of transport by riding on camelback. Because of Abu Gallum’s protected status, travel must be on marked tracks, but
the views and experiences available are second to none.

From here, safaris can easily reach St Catherine’s monastery (one of the oldest in existence), Mount Sinai, where many believe Moses received the Ten Commandments in The Bible, turquoise mines, and the geological wonders at Gebel Fuga. Abu Gallum is a popular spot for mountain biking, with the trails and tracks making
a fascinating and exhilarating ride.


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