Blue Hole Dahab Snorkeling, Camel Riding & Jeep Safari Sharm el sheikh

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18.00
children
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  • Pickup: 6:30 a.m
  • Return: 6 p.m
Blue Hole Dahab Snorkeling, Camel Riding & Jeep Safari Sharm el sheikh. Desert Safari to Blue Hole and Dahab from Sharm el Sheikh. Discover the beauty of the Egyptian desert in Sinai and experience a wonderful desert drive by jeep, camel ride, lunch with the Bedouins. In addition, snorkeling in the Bluehole and subsequent visit to the city of Dahab (incl. jeep safari, snorkeling in the Bluehole, English-speaking guide, visit to the city of Dahab and lunch).

Prices

Price per Person
  • 18.00 Price per Adults
  • 9.00 Price per children

Included in the price

  • Transfers by air-conditioned jeep OR MINIVAN
  • English speaking guide
  • Having lunch
  • Soft drinks in the jeep

Not included in the price

  • drinks in the restaurant
  • Any additions not mentioned in the program
  • Entrance fees to Blue Hole: 9 euros per person

Take along

  • Valid passport
  • camera
  • sunglasses
  • Solid shoes
  • headgear
  • snorkel gear
  • suncream

Route

Blue Hole Dahab Snorkeling , Camel Riding & Jeep Safari Sharm el Sheikh .

Desert Safari to Blue Hole and Dahab from Sharm el Sheikh. Discover the beauty of the Egyptian desert in Sinai and experience a wonderful desert drive by jeep, camel ride, lunch with the Bedouins. In addition, snorkeling in the Bluehole and subsequent visit to the city of Dahab (incl. jeep safari OR MINIVAN, snorkeling in the Bluehole, English-speaking guide, visit to the city of Dahab and lunch

description

You will be picked up from the hotel in Sharm elSheikh around 7:00 AM and drive by Jeep A OR MINIVAN for around 2 hours through the breathtaking scenery of the Sinai Rocky Desert with the natural colors and beautiful rock formations to enjoy the panoramic view and take photos . After visiting a small oasis, ride camels along the coast to The Blue Hole. The so-called “Blue Hole” is a famous place for diving and snorkeling. Discover the unique underwater world there, countless colorful fish and beautiful corals or just lie down on the beach. On the way back you will have lunch and the opportunity to go for a walk in Dahab with many shopping opportunities. Then return to Sharm el Sheikh and transfer to the booked hotel

The Blue Hole

is a dive site and snorkel site on the Egyptian Red Sea coast . It is 10 km north of Dahab on the east coast of the Sinai Peninsula on the Gulf of Aqaba. Because of numerous accidents, the Blue Hole is often referred to as the most dangerous dive site in the world. The Blue Hole is a large hole in the reef top of the coastal fringing reef, which drops vertically to depths of 70 m to 110 m. It has a diameter of 50 to 65 m. Within the Blue Hole there is mostly only dead coral and relatively little other marine life. The water is also partly very cloudy due to the tide-related runoff from the reef roof. Guided diving and snorkeling trips are therefore mostly carried out along the (still) relatively well-preserved outer steep drop of the reef. The "Bells" dive site, which is about 150 meters from the Blue Hole, is usually used as an entry point.

Dahab

Dahab is a popular resort on the east coast of Sinai, about 85 km north of Sharm el-Sheikh. Since the late 1970s, the town has developed into a popular destination for backpackers. Since the end of the 1990s, the more demanding all-inclusive tourism with relatively comfortable hotel complexes has conquered the city. When choosing Dahab as a travel destination, the dichotomy of Dahab should be between the southern

The Bedouins

Bedouin , denotes a nomadic desert -dweller r (Arabic: al-bādiya, "steppe, desert") of the Syrian Desert, the Arabian Peninsula, parts of the Sahara, the Sinai and the Israeli Negev. The word badawī is not usually used as a self-designation by the Bedouins . They call themselves arab in contrast to the sedentary (non-nomads), ḥaḑar. This term referred to townspeople and peasants alike and means in Arabic: fallāḥūna (fallāḥīn). This in turn goes back to the term used to differentiate it from the Bedouins, namely fellache (“splitter, ploughman”). The Bedouins are Arabs and the vast majority follow Islam. They regard Ishmael as their progenitor. Descendents of the Bedouins who have meanwhile settled down are subject to considerable discrimination as Bedun (Arabic for stateless persons) in many Arab states.......

Snorkeling in Blue Hole Dahab , Jeep Safari Excursion from Sharm el Sheikh. includes camel rides and snorkeling , discover the Sinai Mountains

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Meeting Point : your Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh---- Return Point your Hotel In sharm El Sheikh

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