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Great outdoors adventure, history and culture

Serabit el Khadim is the most significant Pharaonic site in the Sinai, and the Temple of Hathor is... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2011
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The most spectacular situated temple of Egypt.

We visited Mount Serabit as part of a 5 day Sinai safari. To visit the temple you definitely need a... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2011
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10 Jan 2011
“Great outdoors adventure, history and culture”
8 Jan 2011
“The most spectacular situated temple of Egypt.”
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Reviewed 10 January 2011

Serabit el Khadim is the most significant Pharaonic site in the Sinai, and the Temple of Hathor is the only Pharaonic temple. The ruins are far not as impressive as other sites on mainland Egypt, but the stunning natural environment makes it very special. It...More

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Reviewed 8 January 2011

We visited Mount Serabit as part of a 5 day Sinai safari. To visit the temple you definitely need a bedouin guide and a 4 wheel drive. We spend the night at the camp at the base of the mountain, and we started the climb...More

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Reviewed 7 January 2011

We were in Sharm from 6th -21st Dec ’10 & decided to ask local tour operators about a little-known place to visit in the region. It’s called Serabit El Khadem & is the site of the only known Pharaonic temple in Sinai (1964 – 1136...More

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