Dahab is the Middle East's prime beach resort for independent travellers. Dahab which consists of more than 1130 square kilometers, is located on the Aqaba bay in the Southern Eastern of Sinai 81 kilometers North of Sharm El Sheikh, and 465 kilometers away from the Ahmed Hamdy Tunnel. Dahab has two major bays: Al Qora and Ghazala. It is famous for its golden sand beaches, from which it took its name. This is besides its fascinating diving spots, as diving is the most popular activity to do in Dahab.
Formerly a remote Bedouin village, Dahab now enjoys the status of a resort town and scuba diving heaven. The village caters to budget travelers and boasts a laidback atmosphere, offering experiences that range from diving and lounging on the sandy Red Sea coast, to desert excursions and trips to Mou...