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Dahab

  • Dahab Skyline

    Dahab Skyline

  • Beach Promenade

    Beach Promenade

  • Mimi's Restaurant

    Mimi's Restaurant

  • Dive Site Islands

    Dive Site Islands

  • Magic Lake

    Magic Lake

  • Dahab Divers' Entry

    Dahab Divers' Entry

  • Beach Promenade at Night

    Beach Promenade at Night

  • Beach Promenade at Night

    Beach Promenade at Night

  • Desert Ship

    Desert Ship

  • Bedouin Children

    Bedouin Children

  • Archaeological Site at Nabataean port

    Archaeological Site at Nabataean port

  • Blue Hole

    Blue Hole

  • Camel Tourists

    Camel Tourists

  • Dahab Beach

    Dahab Beach

  • Beach Promenade

    Beach Promenade

  • Beach Promenade

    Beach Promenade

  • Wadi Gnei

    Wadi Gnei

  • Wadi Gnei

    Wadi Gnei

  • Dive Site Golden Blocks

    Dive Site Golden Blocks

  • Dive Site Bells

    Dive Site Bells

Dahab based on a Nabataean port from the 1st to 2 Century BCE. It was part of a major trade route from the southern Arab regions to Petra.

The former fishing village is now a popular tourist destination. Nevertheless Dahab still retains a bit of its former hippie flair. It's not nearly as crowded as Sharm el Sheik and not so sophisticated.
Its famous dive sites are directly accessible from the shore. Some dive sites like "Canyon" or "Blue Hole" are world famous. Even for windsurfing Dahab is very popular. The "lagoon" offers all year round constant winds and safe surfing.

Dahab is the perfect base for exploring the Sinai, due to its central location on the east coast of the peninsula, whether by four-wheel drive vehicle or camel or bus.