Sinai Peninsula:
A photographic journey


“The Egyptian Sinai may present itself as barren to many travellers, but for those who care to venture into it, it presents some awe-inspiring surprises.”

Rugged, magical, spiritual … all words used to describe this part of Egypt that kisses the Red Sea. The deserts and mountains here induce mysticism and meaning – its religious significance for one, but also its geological story – home to a fragile Bedouin way of life that has existed for millennia. Our Creative Director and founding #Experientialist, Martin Perry heads into its rusty canyons (on camelback no less); across its endless sea of sand; and up its ragged peaks, to spend midnight at the oasis to capture it all, and finds himself spellbound by what he saw.

Photography by Martin Perry, in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt

At OutThere, we believe in boundless travel. But we understand that some destinations can pose challenges to travellers that complicate visiting them. We advise all visitors to inform themselves about local legislation and customs, and to work with a trusted travel provider in order to ensure a safe and pleasant holiday.

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