Dahab. or Дахаб in Russian Language This pearl of Aqaba gulf actually consists of two areas, the Bedouin village of Assalah, 2.5 miles to the south, with the business and administrative center of Dahab to the north. It is a sprawling conglomeration of palm trees, shops, campgrounds, hotels  and restaurants that lie along the promenade of the Bay.


 Dahab means 'gold' in Arabic. In Sinai it means golden sands, turquoise sea and off-beat cafe life. It is a focus of tourism development, with swaying palms, fine sand and wonderful snorkeling opportunities. About 5 miles from town is the famous Blue Hole, for diving. Towards the Israeli border is the Island of Coral, where the Crusaders built a fort. The remains can still be seen.

         was originally a Bedouin fishing village that today is world-renowned for its windsurfing, because of the reliable winds that provide outstanding flat water conditions. However, there are many reefs immediately adjacent to the waterfront hotels, so scuba diving and snorkeling are also very popular sports.
One of the main attractions of Dahab is the sea-front restaurants which are directly overlooking the sea. Most of these restaurants have fresh fish stalls, where you can pick your own choice of fish and also how you want it cooked. The menus are delicious and quite affordable

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