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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
TravelPod Member ReviewsAlaska Camp & Hotel Dahab
soothing and very relaxing, unmissable, dont go to egypt without it
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Travel Blogs from Dahab
... morning, we exchange greetings and she tells me she's going to die in dahab in a thick German accent (she's not trying to be funny, just depressed :-( ). I did 2 dives here. Dahab's dive sites are shore dives, where you waddle into the sea with all your gear on. There are some coral reefs here off the coast, but the major attraction is underwater landscape. I dived the "canyon", which is a 32m dive where you fit your body through a narrow hole as you descend, almost ...
... and the problems so far have only reached as far as Port Saed. In Egypt however the defence minister today spoke of the riots, and that they have the potential to destabilise the entire state. If that happens, me will and Matt already have a plan. Car to Sharm. Plane. Meet up in a couple months at wills and have a skiing holiday in Switzerland! More updates in a couple ...
... To add to all this there is a shortage of fuel in Egypt at the moment and there is considerable concern that we don’t have enough to get to Dahab! There are many stops at petrol stations to try to fill cans – sometimes with success. What we don’t know, and only find out from the tele when we get safely to Dahab, is that there has been an attack on a police base in the Sinai during the day of our travels. However the scenery ...
... was great as well, typical Bedouin fare, rice, bread, potatoes, chicken, salad and tahina in the evening and a breakfast of shakshouka (an egg and tomato dish), bread, yoghurt, fruit, chips and foul.
All in all, it was well worth the short trip north of Dahab and not overly expensive either. The accommodation is basic but comfortable and more than adequate for a few days.
... life, food, culture, music. The Bedouins in Dahab all speak English. Everyone is happy to help and if you bring your children... they love love children. The kids will enjoy the Sinai.
The camel races are not out in the middle of the desert, you simply walk from the sea with the Sinai behind at sunset, when it is cooler. It really is exciting.
If you want something different from the Snorkeling, Diving, Sunning its a great ...