Sawa Camp

Address: Nuweiba Taba Road, Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, 46618, Egypt | Campground
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This campground is located on Nuweiba Taba Road, Nuweiba.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuweiba

    Parting the seas.

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 30, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the front and all are simple but clean and comfortable. Things dry here within seconds compared to these types of establishments in other parts of the world and it works. It really is absolutely perfect. We all head to the beach and spend the next day relaxing on the sands, chilling in the restaurant and snorkeling. Its some of the best snorkeling we have ever done. Heading out about 200 meters the reef drops and that beautiful crystal clear water is teaming with ...

    Chilling in the Red Sea & Farewell Mamdoh!

    A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Aug 04, 2012

    6 photos

    ... was part of the resort. I was tentative to leave our gear and go for a swim. Lucky went into the water with Michael 2 and Vittoria. Sophie and Daniel tried their hand on windsurfing while the rest of us relaxed on the shore. One of the staff members came out and saw the little boy hanging around and his reaction was interesting. Normally you’d see the staff chasing or yelling at a person that hangs around resorts. The staff member escorted the boy out of the ...

    A destination is not a place but a way of seeing

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Sep 13, 2010

    20 photos

    ... for the long dark roads. They captured Sinai after the Six Day War and did not return it until 1981. They stopped coming at the time of the Iraq war. Hence the appearance of desolation in places, the resorts, the Springs of the Pharaoh. I do not think Cleopatra would be visiting Hamman Fara'un today. All that remains are stone steps leading to a cave (where you can smell the heavy heat of the springs), but the cave is now sadly full of human detritus. We stayed ...

    They are back from Egypt and Jordan

    A travel blog entry by benjudyschaper on Jun 15, 2010

    2 comments, 118 photos

    ... it: -monastery. It was built in the sixth century and protected from invaders by 65 ft high walls.

    After a two hour bus drive through absolute desolation, we arrived at the ferry port on the Gulf of Aqaba - hot, dusty, dirty, Third World, indescribable bathrooms. The ferry was three hours late, as usual, Finally, we boarded the ferry, crossed the Gulf in two hours and met our new guide and bus in Jordan, ...

    The Ferry Project

    A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 29, 2010

    2 photos

    ... was handed in a few metres from where we got the and following this, we drove back to the same spot. By now the ferry was late a full hour and there were no signs of loading of the ferry. Some passengers walked up the ramp to the car deck. After a long wait the smaller cars started getting loaded onto the ferry. This loading was occationally interrupted by passengers suddenly started walking up the ramp. Around 3 o'clock, three hours after ...