It would be a waste to be in Dahab and not enjoy the natural beauty it has to offer.

Take a trip to the Abu Galum conservatory stay for the day or spend the night in Bedouin hospitality and straw huts. An incredible area to snorkel and watch the stars.

Farther up Abu Galum is the Blue Lagoon a magical spot for spending your day, watching the stars or kitesurfing.

Hike up Mount Sinai, watch the sunset or rise, this is where it was said that the ten commandments fell upon Moses , visit the Saint Catherine Monastery and Burning Bush on the way back down.

A little oasis in the middle of the desert, between the mountains.

Explore the holy cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem on a day tour from Dahab. Visit the Mount of Olives, go to the birthplace of Jesus and drive through the Judean Mountains to the Dead Sea where you can float in the mineral rich waters.

An archaeological site in Jordan’s southwestern desert. Dating to around 300 B.C., originally known to its inhabitants as Raqmu,it was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom. It contains tombs and temples carved into pink sandstone cliffs, earning its nickname, the “Rose City.”

Take a Quad Bike and trek through the mountains and canyons in the safety of a guide.

Ride a horse through the Dahab coast or desert.

Enjoy the hospitality of the indigenous people of Sinai, drink their tea, eat their food and listen to their songs.

Visit the National Park of Ras Mohammed, enjoy the nature of Sinai unsullied by human interference.

A canyon of sand and lime stone making it a brilliant ivory white color.

The Coloured Canyon presents one of the most magnificent rock formations in the world.

An ancient cemetery built a thousand years before the pyramids.