Safari Beach Resort

Address: Dolphin Bay, Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Dolphin Bay, Nuweiba.
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      Behind the Kidnappers' Mask

      A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 04, 2013

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      ... venture any further into Sinai, we need to understand a bit more about a people who are the quintessence and key holders to the land: the Bedouins. The Bedouins are the nomadic group who inhabit the land of Sinai, and although they consider themselves a group apart from the Egyptian citizens, have a longstanding claim to Sinai. Living in tent settlements, roaming the land by camel or pickup truck, the Bedouins form a vast and complex system of families ...

      Chilling in the Red Sea & Farewell Mamdoh!

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

      6 photos

      ... was soon time for dinner and I was excited as it was a full moon and it looked gorgeous over the sea. I searched for my tripod and when I opened it to set it up I found that the head was broken which meant it was useless. I was a little gutted but it meant that I lose a little weight in my bag. We had our dinner and someone had to start it. I gave a toast to Mamdoh for being an awesome guide and Anthony spoke as well. Mamdoh spoke as well and his message was simple, to ...

      One Day, Three Countries

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Nov 16, 2011

      3 photos

      Our second day in the Sinai Desert was wonderful. We woke shortly after dawn to the sounds of our young Bedouin guides making breakfast or a facsimile therof. Cheese, bread, jam, honey, NesCafe and, yes, tea. We bundled into the truck after cleaning up and brushing teeth and were off.

      The day was spent on more canyons, the hole- y mountains, strange Roman cistern-like round dwellings. "How do you know they are Roman?" Cara asks Friday. ...

      The Fast Boat - a 1 hour trip that took 4.5hours

      A travel blog entry by caleb_cathy on Apr 27, 2011

      ... customs first and pay for a visa for Egypt, when we did all this we then had to haggle over a taxi - we gave him the directions of where we wanted to go, and he said he had never heard of it. He took us to a place called Sambaba Camp - it was made up of small grass huts which housed two people - these were very cheap, but pretty basic. We decided that we may as well stay here, as it would be quite an experience. So we booked six of these cabins, and worked ...

      Road trips are measured by moments, not miles

      A travel blog entry by sorbus on Sep 27, 2010

      22 photos

      ... rain. Mornings we go to buy bread for breakfast and are educated in the way of producing the flat loaves – from stirring the flour mixture to eating is but a minute or two. It's rough bread, “public bread” we are told, and delicious torn apart with fingers and eaten fresh.

      Life is lived on the sun bleached beach. Daily I buy a bright bracelet from a lady wearing many layers of black. The bracelets cost less than one euro each but she has little ...