The Sinai desert splits the two continents of Africa and Asia
The rugged landscape is home to the Bedu who for generations have thrived here. Originally nomadic people, the Bedouin have had to adapt to the changes brought about by tourism. In Dahab, the local tribe are called ‘Muzeina’ and are still very much a part of Dahab. They contribute greatly to the laid back vibe and style that makes Dahab a unique resort, very different to the larger, more crowded dive destinations of Sharm and Hurgada.
Nestled on the shores of the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba, Dahab is famous for its abundance of marine life and cooling summer winds. All in all, Dahab is the perfect place for a Red Sea dive holiday.