Sinai is a powerful place to help you restore after the immense energy and power centre of Cairo, the Pyramids and the Temples, which energetically are still active from many thousands of years ago. A place that holds so much ancient wonder, so many thousands of years of man-made creations. It’s a mish-mash and a melting pot and while it is exciting, it still connection with all things man made.
On the other hand, Sinai itself is nothing but natural beauty. It is cosmopolitan, eco friendly, it is (as much as possible) still in its raw state. It’s essence is as natural as the sea sponges that are found on its shorelines. It is restorative, relaxing, rejuvenating, and peaceful. It’s a mecca for European tourists because it is so quiet and so understated, and it is the perfect way to re-integrate and ground after an intense experience in Egypt.
There’s so much to do in Sinai – but the best part about Sinai is that if you do nothing, you’re getting the best of it!
This is the place where PJ hopes to once own a seaside villa, and spend a few months at a couple of times a year. This is the place where her heart really sings and she finds she can be totally free.
In my view, you haven’t seen Egypt if you haven’t experienced the extraordinary natural beauty that is Sinai.