Dahab is only a few hours drive north of Sharm el Sheikh, but hidden in its nearby waters lie several world-class dive sites.
Dahab (Gold in Arabic) is a small tourist town located on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula. Dahab was once a small Bedouin fishing village, but the arrival of international hotel chains has meant that Dahab is now a thriving tourist resort.
Mount Sinai, located within the Sinai Mountains of Egypt, stands at 2,285m high. The mountain is known by many names, such as Mount Horeb, Mount Musa and Gebel Musa, but is probably better known as ‘Moses’ Mountain’.
Dahab Divers is a well established dive centre right in the heart of Dahab. The centre offers the highest standards in PADI/TDI courses and guided diving.
For those wanting something a little more off the beaten track there is Dahab – a place that makes you feel after a week like you’ve been away for a month.