Tropitel Dahab Oasis
Travel Blogs from Dahab
Having not dived for 18 months, and having had a pretty cold and grey English summer, we decided that it was time to head for some sunshine, warmth and underwater exploration.
Dahab is somewhere we've wanted to go to in the past and this time we actually got there. From the airport our route took us 50 miles north of Sharm through the …
After a morning ferry ride of 3 hours and then a 2 hour bus ride we arrived at the Tropitel Resort at Dahab in the Sinai Peninsular. This was to be our home for the last 3 nights of our Eqypt trip. The next morning we signed up for a camel and snorkel tour and it turned out to be a fabulous experience. First we were taken into town to get fitted …
Unfortunately Helen woke up this morning with a very stiff and sore upper back and could barely get herself out of bed. She'd also been pretty much awake from 4am as her back was so sore, so it wasn’t a good start to the day. We weren’t sure initially if she would be able to dive but after having some breakfast and moving around she …
This morning Helen unfortunately woke up with quite a sore back. It's probably either caused by the 18 hour bus journey or the incredibly hard beds at the hotel. Thankfully she was up for diving though.
The dive centre arranged for us to be picked up which was good and there were a few others from the group diving, although we were the …
Unfortunately our bus trip turned into nearly an 18 hour ride, something to do with rain at one stage slowing us down. No-one recalled seeing any rain but I guess we were all asleep. As part of the journey we drove under the Suez Canal at which point we officially crossed from Africa to Asia – again we were asleep though so missed it! The …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service