Sayadeen Village Nuweiba

Address: El Sayyadeen St., Nuweiba, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Resort
 
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This resort is located on El Sayyadeen St., Nuweiba.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuweiba

    The Red Sea and Miracles on the Mount

    A travel blog entry by annmennen on Mar 28, 2015

    15 photos

    ... the better option. At 4pm Samir (the owner of Nakhil Inn - where we are staying) got us into kayaks and we paddled out to the second lagoon, known as the sea garden. Oh my! It was unreal. Even though we were further out and there was deep water, I was so distracted from my fear by what I was seeing that I didn't panic. The corals were amazing. Some were small and delicate, bright pink or purple. Some were like huge cauliflowers or clumps of giant asparagus. There were massive brain ...

    No kidnapping for us

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

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... a (steel?) hook in the coral and relocated it deep in a sandy patch. So when his girlfriend Rebecca and I went out later in the afternoon, the challenge was clear. We found the rod and moved it to another hiding spot for Murray to find. He did, and he moved it, but unfortunately I didn't go back in the water again. I'd like to think the game will be passed on to Intrepid tours for years to come, perhaps it will be named 'Heidi's hook'.. A girl can ...

    Dreaded Nuweiba - Aqaba ferry

    A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 01, 2012

    3 photos

    ... a few hundred metres down the road to the ferry, yayyyy!!!). The Egyptians were behaving like school kids (the cop who was letting people go bench by bench lost control a few times when the locals tried to overpower him and swarm the exit. This resulted in the cop slamming the door until all the Egyptians returned back to their seats and behaved like normal people. The 6 of us just sat back and watched, quite hilarious. Their were even the odd few ...

    The Red Sea

    A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on Jun 22, 2011

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... of land left along this coast) and through the barren mountains, we arrived at Sawa camp – a rustic campsite on the beach where we would be staying for the next few days, located about an hour south of the Israeli/Jordan/Egypt border. The place was simple, but really lovely (thanks for the recommendation Sarah and Ty). We had a bamboo and palm thatched hut on the beach, with a hammock outside. There was nothing really much to do except ...

    The Ferry Bust

    A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Oct 24, 2010

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... However, the ferries are notoriously unreliable and late in Egypt, and you never know if you are getting the fast or slow boat, so we got there plenty early. And early was a vague word, as no one seemed to know what time the ferry was actually leaving. There is only one a day, so we had to be on it. We got there by 11am, Amed took us all the way into the station and sat us down and told us very gently, "Now girls, 1pm may mean 2pm, which may mean 3pm, ...