BEDOUIN BUS – Transport information
South Sinai cities, attractions and national parks:
Map of protected areas in South Sinai
Ras Mohamed National Park with Tyran and Sanafir islands (declared in 1983;
borders amended 1996);
II. Saint Katherine Protectorate (declared in 1988; borders amended 1996);
Nabq Protected Area (declared in 1992; borders amended 1996);
IV. Abu Galum Protected Area (declared in 1992; borders amended 1996);
Transport in Sinai
Regular coashes connect the Red Sea Resort cities along the coast of South Sinai and Cairo. They run along the coast fairly frequently and quite reasonably priced, but unfortunately we have NO information on times or fares L
n Regular microbus and shared taxi service:
Getting to St.
Nuweiba: every Wednesday and Sunday there is a service from and back to St. Catherine. It departs from the mosque in St. Catherine at 8 AM,
and arrives in Nuweiba at around 10 AM. In Nuweiba it departs from in front of
Cafeteria Hamdi (opposite the port and around the corner from the East Delta
bus station) at 2:30 PM, and arrives in St. Catherine at around 4:30 PM. The
fare is 75 LE one way. To check the service is running, call the driver Sayed Abu Matar on: 01003686842.
Sharm el-Sheikh: there are
regular microbuses and coaches between Sharm el-Sheikh and el-Tur, and 3
services a day between el-Tur and St. Catherine every day except Friday.
Important note: you can only take this route with a valid Egyptian visa, not the Sinai visa.
· Cairo: A daily East Delta coach service connects Cairo and St. Catherine. It depart at 11.00 AM from the Turgoman Coach Station near downtown Cairo, and arrives in St. Catherine around 6-7 PM. The other way around the coach departs at 6 AM, and arrives in Cairo around mid-day.
· Suez: there are a few microbuses a day to St. Catherine, they depart if there are enough passangers.
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