Dahab

Dahab

Dahab (دهب) is a small town situated on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.  Travel to Dahab and you’ll find a former Bedouin fishing village located approximately 80 km (50 miles) northeast of Sharm el-Sheikh.  This village is still considered one of the Sinai’s most treasured diving destinations. Following the Six Day War, the town was occupied by Israel and known in Hebrew as Di-Zahav, a place mentioned in the Exodus from Egypt. The Sinai Peninsula was restored to Egyptian rule in 1982. The arrival of international hotel chains and the establishment of other ancillary facilities caused thousands of people to travel to Dahab, and it is now a very popular destination with tourists. The nearest international airport is located at Sharm el-Sheikh.

Dahab

When you travel to Dahab, you’ll find that this charming seaside Bedouin town has so much to offer, both in the sea and on land, with world-class reefs and dive sites and the stunning mountains within easy reach, you’ll never want to leave!

 Things to know  |  Snorkelling | Blue Hole | Three Pools |  Canyon and Blue Hole |  Horse riding | Quad biking | Dinner in the mountains | 3-Hour boat trip |1-Day boat trip | Glass bottom boat | Boat trips & Glass boat 3 hour boat trip  | Camel Riding Around Dahab2 hours camel  |  Half day Camel |Diving in Dahab |

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