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Dahab: Egypt – a new bouldering destination

“I heard you like highballs,” said Fred from the Arch Climbing Wall. “You should come to Egypt, there’s loads of highballs, untouched. It’s amazing.”

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Camel Diving Safaris in easyJet magazine

Nic Fleming discovered that, “A trip in the Red Sea near Dahab offers divers the chance to avoid the crowds, by hopping on a camel and riding to deserted beaches with pristine coral reefs.” Read the full article here, or in easyJet Traveler magazine.

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How Green Is Your Team?

Supporting the local community and promoting eco-friendly tourism is just as important for the environment as clean-ups and coral surveys, according to the owners of a Dahab-based diving centre. BLUE meets EU sustainable grant recipient Desert Divers.

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Dahab – A Personal History

By Said Khedr (Dahab’s first Bedouin to learn to dive) Hello and welcome to Dahab, Sinai. A place with its own special energy – our little piece of paradise. It’s hard to describe what makes Dahab special to so many people from all over the world, but let me try… The first time I came [...]

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Trekking the Sinai Desert – by Magnus & Jay Mackareth

“If we’re going to Egypt then I want to ride a camel”, my wife declared one day as we were discussing plans to climb Mount Sinai. We had climbed a number of the worlds sacred mountains since 2006 and Sinai was the latest one on our list. Duly despatched to do the research I immediately […]

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