Hilton Taba Resort & Nelson Village

Taba Beach, Taba, Red Sea and Sinai, 46621, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Taba Beach, Taba, is near Red Sea Water World Taba Heights, Temple of Kom Ombo, Castle Zaman, and Temple of Horus.
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    Travel Blogs from Taba

    Made it to Petra

    A travel blog entry by mikeandliz on Sep 16, 2013

    2 photos

    ... infection and looks like some sort of red eyed demon. But we're determined to get to Petra! It was all worth it when we got our first look at the Treasury. Those Nabataeans certainly knew how to carve sandstone. The place is breathtaking. The colours, the sights, sounds and smells...there are horses, donkeys, camels as well as sweaty tourists and local Bedouins. We spent a couple of hours exploring the site which goes on ...

    Just when you've seen it all...

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Feb 21, 2013

    8 comments, 37 photos

    ... face. What is incredible about them, and the other carved out buildings throughout the site is that they were all carved from the top down and it was essential that no mistakes be made, or it would destroy the whole project. It has to be seen to be believed. To top it all off, one of the bedouins climbed to the top of the vessel at the top of the monastery and did a freestanding handstand. We were all holdng our breathes for that one!

    Day 5 was a day ...

    Enroute to Aqaba, Jordan April 17 to 20, 2012

    A travel blog entry by 30sam3 on Apr 17, 2012

    14 photos

    ... we had missed the actual live presentation. We are pleased that we have made the decision to go, but does still leave some concerns about the amount of walking in the heat of the desert. Debbie, our port lecturer, did provide quite useful information and how best to prepare for the day’s adventure.

    While Rick was at choir, Chris finalized some blog information and pictures that Rick had uploaded.

    In an octopus's garden (In Aqaba)

    A travel blog entry by nathananddarja on May 19, 2011

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... is super. It’s perched on a hill overlooking the sea and central to all the dive/ snorkeling spots. On that afternoon we spend about 3 hours snorkeling around the reef, and it included a big barge ship that was sunk about 30 years ago. That was really something to see… especially how the rays of light danced off of it. Unfortunately, no underwater camera for us, so there are no pictures of the fishies and coral. You’ll have ...

    Petra, the Rose City

    A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Apr 03, 2011

    20 photos

    ... remains of wall carvings and some unusual rock formations. One rock formation looks like a fish as you come up to it, but when you walk on past and look back it looks like an elephant. Just when you think the ravine will go on forever, you turn a corner and there is Al-Khazeneh (‘The Treasury’) in front of you. Even after fifty people have told you what is going to happen it is still kind of exciting. I ...