Trek 25: Jebel Serbal (2-3 days)

Many people consider Jebel Serbal the best mountain in the Sinai – it is also one of the toughest. Although not as high as a few other mountains, the surrounding area is very low so the climb is actually the longest, leading up in a very steep gully. There are basins on the top with gardens, water sources and wild life, and the views down to the coast on one side and the interior on the other are stunning. Only the Qararsha tribe in Wadi Feiran is allowed to lead treks to the mountain. The non-negotiable fee for the guide is quite high compared to other areas, but it is still very worth the money and effort. 

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You can click waypoints marked with a green camera symbol to see a photo taken at, near or of the given location. 

Trek photos

waypoint 01: Wadi Aliyat – Wadi Feiran junction, with Jebel Serbal in the background

waypoint 02: fork in Wadi Aliyat

waypoint 03: bottom of Naqb Shaharani

waypoint 04: Farsh Loz

waypoint 05: summit of Jebel Serbal with the view of the coast and the Gulf of Suez

waypoint 06: basin, with the view of Wadi Feiran

waypoint 08: Tabaga Imbardiya

waypoint 09: top of Wadi Rim

waypoint 10: palms and well in Wadi Rim

waypoint 11: pass to Wadi Aliyat

waypoint 12: reaching the Wadi Rim – Wadi Islaf junction

waypoint 13: the asphalt road in Wadi Feiran, with the view of Jebel Serbal

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