Dahab lies on the south-east coast of the Sinai Peninsula. Once a fishing village it’s now a diving, free-diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing and holiday hotspot. Originally a backpacker destination, with a strong Bedouin influence, the area retains a more chilled out vibe than other Egyptian destinations.
More akin to yesteryear's Thailand flavour, Dahab has shunned the large concrete monoliths and retained charming accommodations and an atmosphere to compliment.
In this all day tour, sample the BEST of Dahab:
Trek through the Dahab desert in an air-conditioned 4x4 JeepExperience the Bedouin village life over an authentic Bedouin teaVisit the Wadi Qunai, the desert oasisTake a spin on a camel from the village to Blue HoleSnorkel the famous Blue Hole