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Cruises visiting Sokhna & all Sokhna cruises for  2019-2020

View Sokhna 2019-2020 cruises for 2 ships listing 6 cruises from Sokhna with today's best deals!

Sokhna is a resort town in Egypt on the Gulf of Suez. It is located about 45 km south of Suez and has some of the best resorts on the Red Sea. Its Arabic name translates as "hot spring", after the sulfur springs originating in a nearby Eastern Desert mountain. This popular weekend resort has fine beaches, coral reefs, fishing and water sports. Being the nearest port to Cairo, not surprisingly most visitors travel the three hours to this legendary city. Enjoy a meal at a local restaurant and do some souvenir shopping.

To the west (120 km) is Cairo and the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid of Giza (Pyramid of Khufu, or Pyramid of Cheops) and its mysterious guardian, the Great Sphinx, as well as its adjoining alabaster Mortuary Temple monuments that have endured the passage of time. On the same Giza plateau are the Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure, mud brick Mastabas, and rock cut tombs. Visit the oriental shop that holds demonstrations of paper-making methods used by ancient Egyptians. One hundred kilometres to the south of Sokhna is the still functioning Monastery of St Anthony.

Here, visitors can view five restored Coptic churches, the oasis village, and a large collection of ancient wall paintings and manuscripts. Sokhna has often been referred to as a town, but really it’s not. It’s a region that stretches from just south of Suez down the coast for about sixty kilometres, and mostly consists of a port along with a series of resort complexes, a few independent restaurants, and gas stations scattered along the coastal road. It seems only natural for this region to be so developed, considering that it represents the closest beaches to Cairo, one of the largest cities in the world.

Cruises visiting Sokhna in 2019

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11

DEC

Le Ponant cruises

9

NIGHTS

Le Ponant cruises

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12

DEC

Le Ponant cruises

9

NIGHTS

Le Ponant cruises

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Cruises visiting Sokhna in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

2

APR

Le Ponant cruises

9

NIGHTS

Le Ponant cruises

Sold out

N/A

3

APR

Le Ponant cruises

9

NIGHTS

Le Ponant cruises

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N/A

16

MAY

Le Lyrial cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Lyrial cruises

$4,310

$616

17

MAY

Le Lyrial cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Lyrial cruises

$4,310

$616

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