Local Bedouin Tribe Opens 105-Mile Red Sea Mountain Trail in Egypt
Run by a local Bedouin tribe, the first long-distance hiking trail in mainland Egypt aims to support and preserve the culture of those who have been traveling these ancient routes for centuries. share this article
With a new St. Regis Cairo set to open this summer, a 5.2-million-square-foot Grand Egyptian Museum under construction, and international arrivals up 55 percent year over year, Egypt is in the middle of a tourism revival. You can also add a hike on mainland Egypt’s first long-distance trail to the list of reasons to go, now that the 105-mile route is open in the remote Red Sea Mountains.