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About 87 km north of Dahab lies Nuweiba, ‘the pearl of the Gulf of Aqaba’. Rugged mountains and sandy beaches make this a particular heavenly spot, and the city itself offers a range of accommodation, a fascinating bazaar and a wide selection of bars and restaurants. North of the centre is Tarabin, a marina walk alongside peaceful Nuweiba Bay, which, with its bamboo beach huts, is a perfect place to sit and watch the sun rise or set.

Dolphins at play

Swimming with Dolphins

Again, underwater activities are the main attraction in Nuweiba. Shallow reefs create interesting locations for snorkeling; and diving sites include Ras Burka, Big Ruta, Devil’s Head and Maagana to name but a few. Opportunities exist, too, for trekking, either by camel or jeep, into the astounding Sinai interior or through the coastline mountains. Highlights include St Katherine’s Monastery, Mount Sinai, the Coloured Canyon, or a visit to some of the oases in the area.


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