Sokhna Port Day Tours - Shore Excursions

Sokhna port to Cairo day tours and shore excursions on a comfortable private AC vehicle. Take a one day tour to the Pyramids, the Citadel and Saqqara private tour with an English speaking guide and a complementary transfer to Cairo International Airport at the end of your tour.

Cairo pyramids tour

Cairo to Sohkna port transfer with the Pyramids excursion

2 Days
Pick up: 09:00 AM

price £158

Egyptian Pyramids tour from Sokhna port

Cairo excursion from Sokhna port and transfer to the airport

15 Hours
Pick up: 06:00 AM

price £91

Sokhna port to the Pyramids day tour

Sokhna to the Pyramids Private Day Tour

12 Hours
Pick up: 06:00 AM

price £87

The Great Pyramid of Cheops tour

Pyramids and Saqqara Day Trip From Sokhna Port

10 Hours
Pick up: 07:00 AM

price £107

Planning Your Ain Sohkna Visit

Ain Sokhna location

The city is ideally located on the shores of the Red sea some 55 km far from Suez city.

Cairo day tours from Sohkna port

Day tours from your cruise ship at Sokhna port to the pyramids in Giza and the Sphinx is a great opportunity to explore the main tourists attraction in Egypt: The Great Pyramid of Cheops, the Sphinx and its valley temple, before heading for the Red sea cruise.

Sokhna to the Pyramids distance

Ain Sokhna city is ideally located not far from Central Cairo. The distance from Sohkna to Cairo is just 140 km, it takes some 2,5 hour to reach the main Cairo attractions by bus. The distance from Ain Sohkna sea port to the Pyramids in Giza is 175 km via the road. Visit the world known tourists attractions of Cairo, explore the ancient monuments and discover the richest collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts on one day Cairo Excursion from Ain Sohkna port.

Things to do in Ain Sohkna

The main attraction of Ain Sokhna is its beaches as multiple hotels are ideally settled along the shores of the Red Sea. The city is mainly famous among Egyptians as they like to spend there a couple of weeks during summer season. Due to its relative close location to Cairo the city became very popular for weekend holiday-lovers. Now many international tourists visit the city on their way to Ain Sokhna sea port when catching up with the Red Sea and Soudi Arabia cruise.

What Ain Sohkna is famous for?

There are many interesting places in Ain Sohkna and its surroundings to discover for curious tourists: Al Galala Mountain and Al Galala City; the sulfur springs inside the Porto Sokhna hotel with its water temperature of +35°C all year round; Al Adebya Bay for bird-watching lovers.

Good to know
  1. The city was named after hot springs found in the Ataka Mountains in Suez that are at an altitude of 750 meters above sea level. 
  2. Egyptian visa is required for your Ain Sohkna holiday. Visa can be obtained upon arrival in Cairo International airport and costs 25$. You get visa for every passport even if you have a new born baby.
  3. Always take a bottle of water and some snacks with you while on a tour in Cairo from Sokhna port cruise ship.
  4. Always take documents with you while in a tour in Cairo: passport, id card.
  5. Most of historical sights and museums in Egypt open at 9:00 am and close at 4:00 pm. The Giza Pyramids area open at 7:30 am, while Saqqara at 6:00 am.
  6. Sokhna is mainly Egyptian resort, so few foreigners can be met their.
  7. Egyptian pound is the main country currency. Other currencies like US dollars, Euros and British sterling pounds may not be accepted in Ain Sokhna city.
  8. Sokhna city is safe to travel to and move around the city on your own.


Where is El Sokhna port?

El Sokhna port is located in Egypt, on the west shore of the Gulf of Suez, not far from Suez city.

Is Ain Sokhna nice?

Yes, Ain Sokhna is a nice beautiful place to spend a couple of days with your family or friends, sandy beaches, modern hotels or a secluded chalet it has it all.

Why is it called Ain Sokhna?

It was named after the hot springs found in Ataka Mountains. Exactly - hot springs in Arabic.

Which country is Sokhna?

Sokhna or Ain Sokhna is situated in Egypt, some 50 km far from city of Suez and around 140 km far from Central Cairo.