Dahab is a coastal resort town on the shores of the Red Sea in Egypt, originally settled by the Bedouin tribes. Around 7 hours drive from Cairo, Dahab acts as a base for the thousands of divers, snorkellers and holidaymakers who travel to the Red Sea in search of sun, extraordinary diving and relaxation every year.
Just 90km from the more commercialised and glitzy Sharm el-Sheikh and around seven hours drive from Cairo, Dahab has developed from a hippy village to a highly popular destination for SCUBA divers, snorkellers and travellers seeking sun, sea, relaxation and … Continue reading
A big group of us heading down in the comfort of our luxury coaches from Aswan to Abu Simbel for the much-anticipated Abu Simbel Sun Festival. With chronological precision to rival the builders of the temple themselves, we arrived before … Continue reading
Would you like to travel back in time? Well, unless you’re Marty McFly from ‘Back to the Future, and have a Delorian with a souped up flux capacitor, you might be out of luck. Alternatively, you could try Egypt. My … Continue reading