Muslims and Christians live peacefully side by side in Sharm El Sheikh, and their holiest sites reflect this harmony.
First up is a look at the Alsahaba Mosque with its two-tone pearly marble and twin minarets that rise more than 70 metres into the sky. Next, you will visit El Samaeyeen Cathedral, which name means ‘heavenly', and you'll see why when you set eyes on its gilded and frescoed interior.
To end the cultural part of the tour, you will visit the King Tut Museum, where you can admire artifacts related to the legendary boy pharaoh. There are replicas of many important pieces found in his tomb. Finally, to end the tour, you'll have free time to shop in Naama Bay.