Sinai General Information The Sinai Peninsular is a strategically positioned land mass covering about 60’000 km2 from the Mediterranean Sea to the North to the Red Sea in the South. The west coast of Sinai faces the Gulf of Suez and the East coast faces the Gulf of Aqaba with views of Saudi Arabia to
No trip to Cairo would be complete without a visit to the Giza Pyramids, eventually at dusk, when the Great Sphinx comes alive as a storyteller at the Cairo Pyramids Sound and Light Show. The City of the Dead is as mysterious and intriguing as its name, with people living amid their long departed ancestors.
Dahab is packed with activities and things to do including a wide variety of water sports, treks, even yoga and dance. This is a guide to the main activities in Dahab. Dahab has much more wind than other parts of Sinai, making it very popular for wind surfers and kite surfers. Free diving is also
Dahab is one of the most alternative of Egypt’s tourist resort towns. It was originally a Bedouin fishing village, which was established around a natural oasis close to the shore line. This area is now the modern day Dahab bay. Dahab means gold in Arabic and although no one knows exactly why it was named
Nuweiba is located on the red sea coast of East Sinai, between Taba and Dahab. The overall size of Nuweiba is very large as it is spread over a wide area from Ras Shatan in Tarabin, down South to the Mozina section of Nuweiba. There is a town centre located between the two main areas.