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Safaga City Tour

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Availability : Jan 20'- Dec 23'
Tour Details

      Safaga a great travel destination with a lot to do and see, but sometimes you need to get away and explore the surrounding area. This tour will take you the remote towns of Safaga to discover the historic landmarks. You will enjoy local cuisine and try your bargaining at the souk market. 

Safaga City Tour


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Departure & Return Location

Port/ Accommodation

Departure Time

8:00 am

Price Includes

  • A professional English Driver/ Guide
  • Private Air- Conditioned Vehicle
  • Entrance Fee
  • Pick-Up /Drop Off from Safaga

Price Excludes

  • Lunch
  • Tips & gratuities.
What to Expect


  • Visit the Ghost Village
  • Explore the El Quseir city landmarks and markets
  • Enjoy Egyptian Cuisine in a local restaurant.
  • Discover the Bedouin Village



Stop At:Ghosts Village

Upon arrival at the port, you will meet your guide drive for about an hour to El Quseir’s ghost village. the tour guide will explain the history of the city, which used to be inhabited by 16 thousand people worked in the mines to produce phosphates, which was the biggest phosphates in the world.

Stop At:Shaykh Al-Farran Mosque

The shaykh al-Farran mosque is the oldest mosque in el Quseir. when visiting el Quseir, you must certainly see this place. this mosque is in the old part of the town, surrounded by old buildings, and has an old-world charm to it, which instantly transports you to a bygone era. When you enter the mosque, you are instantly greeted with carpeted floors and traditional carved wooden balconies that will catch your attention.

Stop At:Fort Of El Quseir

The fort of El Quseir was originally built by Sultan Selim I in 1517 in the center of the town. upon reaching the site, your attention will be instantly blocked by the muzzles of two protruding cannons that were installed by the French to defend the town and harbor, which was strategically important back in the day for its trading and a busy port. Nowadays, one can overlook the bazaars from the ramparts and check out the activities below and simply get a panoramic view of the town.

Stop At:The Church Of The Blessed Virgin Mary and The Martyr Barbara

It was established in 1920 as a catholic church by the Italian phosphate mining company. after the church fell into disrepair due to nonpatronage, the Coptic church adopted it in 1964 and renamed it virgin st. mary church. But in 1995, a change in name was initiated and the church was renamed to virgin st. mary and st. barbara church

Stop At:Souk At El Quseir

Next to the Ottoman castle, you can find local souks that offer handmade goods and souvenirs that you can take back for your family and friends. Shop in the friendliest atmosphere at the traditional bazaars that sell papyrus, spices, alabaster statues, souvenirs, t-shirts, jewelry, and leather goods. On Friday, the shops take on a different turn as the bedouins come along and set up shop with their products and create a fascinating environment. You will lake a breach to take your lunch at a local restaurant

Stop At:Bedouin Village

Meet the Bedouin tribes and find out more about their life and traditions. You may also try Bedouin tea and smoke water pipe (hookah). You will be dropped back at the port at