Habiba Beach Lodge

Address: Habiba Bay, Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, 46618, Egypt | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Habiba Bay, Nuweiba.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHabiba Beach Lodge Nuweiba

      Reviewed by leoinafrica

      Habiba.. great place

      Reviewed Dec 17, 2011
      by (1 review) Rome , Italy Flag of Italy

      Very cool location, nice ambient and good food.
      The camp is directly on the beach at 50 meters of a wonderful coral reef and 10 minutes walk from shops and restaurants in town.
      Habiba is member of the WOOF so they have a farm nearby were they grow organic vegetables and you can work for a while as a volunteer if you want. You get a room and nice food.
      There are several tour operators that can organize whatever you want to do in the area for reasonable prices.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Habiba Beach Lodge Nuweiba

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Nuweiba

      Leaving Egypt /Arriving Jordan

      A travel blog entry by annmennen on Mar 29, 2015

      4 photos

      ... filled cups with boiling water for people. It was an accident waiting to happen. Leena, Julia and I went for a bit of a walk on deck to have a look around. Back down below a man in the seat ahead handed me some flat bread to share. It was so lovely of him. It was about the size of my hand and lightly flavoured with a little cardamom. Very kind of him. This is indicative of the welcome we received from the people. Once the ferry docked we were approached by a security person who led ...

      The Red Sea and Miracles on the Mount

      A travel blog entry by annmennen on Mar 28, 2015

      15 photos

      ... but worthwhile seeing if it is as it has a lot of religious significance and icons there. The hike up the mount starts from the monastery, it is strenuous, about 7 km each way. Some sections are tougher than others but it is the last section that really is a challenge. There are stone steps that go up steeply. They are made from rocks placed along the way. The steps are uneven and a few are loose - it's quite treacherous. And they just seem to go on and on and on (just like ...

      No kidnapping for us

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

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... t wanna.. It's heavy and it's hard and I don't wanna, please don't make me! I sulked for a few minutes until I realized he wasn't going to let up and did my duty. The water was so icey we wore 5mm wetsuits but for me it wasn't quite enough. The water was incredibly calm and clear. What I really noticed here was that despite having great visibility on previous dives, there is still always floaties through the water, but in contrast, the Red Sea was crystal ...

      Dreaded Nuweiba - Aqaba ferry

      A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 01, 2012

      3 photos

      ... to convince them to sell you a one way ticket even though you are obliged to return through this route within 7 days, not sure how they'd actually police that.

      I opted for the Nuweiba-Aqaba ferry. Every blog i’d every read of this ferry was negative, they all told of a ridiculous wait, never actually knowing when the ferry was leaving, nor how long it was going to take.

      Here’s an account of my experience:


      Relaxing by Red Sea... which is blue...

      A travel blog entry by kazntrsawsmadvn on Oct 07, 2010

      2 photos

      ... want to do something besides nothing...

      The reality is that although all these things are great, they are so in small doses. With there being so little around you are very limited in your options. If you want food, you have to pay whatever prices the locals come up with as there is no competition..

      ..if you need to use the Internet, get cash or just want to book a bus, you need to go to the next town which is ...