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

    The Red Sea and Miracles on the Mount

    A travel blog entry by annmennen on Mar 28, 2015

    15 photos

    ... different corals and fish. I started to get a bit freaked out in the deep water though so I came back to shore. On the beach there were a couple of ladies selling a few bits and pieces of handmade bead work. They were dressed in the full black garb while we were in our togs. They were quite sweet but I think I got a bit ripped off. Never mind. We had some lunch. The idea of fresh calamari sounded great but the dish we got was very disappointing. I opted for grilled over fried and ...

    No kidnapping for us

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Mar 30, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... sex at hourly intervals. For us, it was relaxing and magical and a little piece of paradise. The next two days were spent lounging by the water, snorkeling through the most fabulous reef, eating and drinking on the restaurant floor mats and cushions and at sunset watching the mountains of Saudi Arabia light up whilst sipping on a fresh fruit cocktail. Murray, a Melbournian who we had become friends with on the tour, went snorkelling out in the reef quite early ...

    Dreaded Nuweiba - Aqaba ferry

    A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 01, 2012

    3 photos

    ... Egypt) and I ended up sleeping on a bench (thanks Ueli for telling me to bring my sleeping bag!). The small shop inside the terminal thought it would be a good idea to crack Arabic tunes all night to the point where his speakers were about to blow (how all Arabic music is played in Egypt).

    At 9am they started selectively loading us onto an old bus with no seats (approx 100 people per bus, no idea where it was going; turns out it is to ...

    A destination is not a place but a way of seeing

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Sep 13, 2010

    20 photos

    ... to ensure it would continue after death. Amazingly Egypt was not ruled by the Egyptians from the time of the Pharaohs until General Nasser. His coup in 1952 succeeded and the Albanian and very fat King Farouk was the last foreign ruler to leave. He began his reign popular, a king at age 16, pledging to serve, but he soon preferred shopping abroad to his duties at home.

    Finally we left Cairo, and the Eid family who have been our saviours here and unbelievably ...

    Finally, a real beach!

    A travel blog entry by amanda_escapes on Sep 04, 2010

    27 photos

    ... br> I came back, happy and tired, and swam for a while with Gina and Mikel. I looked ridiculous in my bathers, since although I have finally started to tan on my arms and face my body is still dead white. Ah well, at least I'm tanning! Gina stepped on a sea urchin, which stabbed her foot, so everyone got out. The hotel put vinegar on her foot and banned her from walking for at least half an hour, which ended with me, Ben, Gina, Mikel and another Mikel leading a different tour group in ...