Safari In Dahab Egypt Wonder Desert

Published March 31, 2019 76 Views

Rumble Head out on full day safari from Dahab to feel the taste of the beauty of the desert of Sinai with its sand dunes and mountains. Walk through the canyon, visit Safra sand dunes, have a lunch in the desert with refreshing Bedouin tea and much more.
Itinerary , Take part in a fun excursion while you are on holiday. Spend some time outside of Dahab on full day excursion that takes you inside the Sinai Desert.You will be picked up from your hotel in Dahab at 08.00am in the morning and drive to the desert.

Start your excursion with a walk through Arcada Canyon. After this you will have a lunch with Bedouin tea in the desert. Then you drive to the amazing Safra Sand Dunes to take in the real desert atmosphere, where you can play, chill whatever you feel like doing. Finally, we visit to Gebel Makhroum (the Mountain with a Hole).

Dahab is now considered to be one of Sinai's most treasured diving destinations. Following the Six-Day War, Sinai was occupied by Israel and Dahab became known as Di-Zahav (Hebrew: די זהב‎), after a place mentioned in the Bible as one of the stations for the Israelite during the Exodus from Egypt. The Sinai Peninsula was restored to Egyptian rule under the Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty in 1982.

The arrival of international hotel chains and the establishment of other ancillary facilities has since made the town a popular destination with tourists. Dahab is served by Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport. Masbat (within Dahab) is a popular diving destination, and there are many (50+) dive centers located within Dahab. Most of Dahab's diving spots are shore dives.

The city of Dahab is a popular tourist destination in south Sinai. It is considered to be the second most famous city in Sinai, after the world wide popular city of Sharm El Sheikh, Dahab means gold, and the city was named that because of its golden sand beaches.

In the past, Dahab was only a small fishing town until the Egyptian government gave it more importance in the late 1990s and built a number of resorts and hotels there. The Egyptian government added a lot of services and facilities in different sections of the city to increase the number of the tourists who visit Dahab and it has certainly paid off.

Dahab 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. The city is alsofamous for being the cheapest diving resort in Sinai in comparison to other resorts like Sharm El Sheikh and Ras Suder.