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  dahab hotels, safari and diving - Dahab Red Sea
Dahab is a beautiful, relaxing town in the middle of the Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea).
Windsurfing in Dahab Dahab is a widely unknown Surfing-Jewel for wind- and kitesurfing, as well for a relaxing and pittoresque nightlife.
Dahab is the perfect basis for daily trips, or even longer tours in the mountains.
www.dahab-info.com   (416 words)

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www.dahab-maisin.com   (121 words)

  Planet Windsurf - Windsurfing Holidays To Dahab, Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dahab is great for windsurfing holidays; it is located on the south eastern side of the Sinai peninsular facing Saudi Arabia across the Gulf of Aqaba.
Dahab is one of our most popular resorts due to its incredibly reliable year around wind and variety of sailing conditions to suit all abilities.
Dahab makes a great location for a combination of windsurfing and kitesurfing but not for a pure Kitesurf holiday.
www.planetwindsurf.com /destinations/dahab/dahab.asp   (814 words)

  Dahab - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dahab (دهب) is a small town situated on the south-eastern coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.
The word Dahab is Arabic for gold and is possibly a reference to the geographic locality; gold washed down from the desert mountains may have accumulated on the alluvial flood plain where the town was built.
The name may also be a reference to the colour of the sands to the south of the town itself.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dahab   (443 words)

 Dahab travel guide
On 24 April 2006 Dahab was subject to 3 terrorist bombs in the centre of the seafront restaurant district.
Dahab is the Arabic word for gold - have a look at the colour of the sand of the beaches around here and you immediately know where the town took its name from.
Though Dahab is not yet as popular as El Jadida to the south, but the combination of soft sand, gorgeous blue water, and a luxuriant strip of palm trees is pulling in visitors in growing numbers.
www.world66.com /africa/egypt/dahab   (426 words)

 Tauchen in Dahab, Sinai
Dahab has evolved from a hippy village to a dive spot with a well functioning infrastructure.
Dahab thus developed from a destination for peace-seeking hippies to a well established diving destination.
Dahab enjoys an extremely dry desert climate with summer temperatures rising to 40°C. Due to the mountains, which are close to the coast, however, the temperature occasionally drops to 15°C during the "cold winter months" of January and February.
www.inmodivers.de /newinmo/e-dahab.php   (711 words)

 Dahab city
Dahab is a little bedouine-village on the peninsula of sinai at the gulf of Aqaba approx.
Dahab developed from a hippy village to a dive spot with a well functioning infrastructure.
From the hardcore-destination for loners Dahab was established to a well developed diving destination.
www.inmodivers.de /IntroGB/DahabGB/dahabgb.html   (720 words)

 Save Money Diving -:- Scuba Diving Dahab - Red Sea dive packages from Save Money Diving   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The name Dahab means 'gold' in English and the inhabitants chose it because of the shimmering gold-coloured sandy coast.
The little Bedouin village of Dahab, once known as a place for hippies and drop-outs, is about 75 km from Sharm el Sheikh on the East coast of the Sinai Peninsula and is surrounded by a bizarre high mountainous landscape.
Dahab lies alongside the deepest section of the African rift, the giant crack in the earth's crust that formed the Red Sea.
www.save-money-diving.com /index.php?pageid=area_info&locid=dahab   (463 words)

 Dahab travel guide - Wikitravel
Dahab (دهب) is a town in Egypt, located some 85 km (53 miles) north of Sharm el-Sheikh on the Gulf of Aqaba, near the southern tip of Sinai.
Dahab was once an isolated coastal village, but now there are "more backpackers than Bedouin", and the town has become something of an alternative resort, the "Ko Samui" of the Middle East.
Dive Pro Dahab, [1] is a company established by divers for divers to help them get the best out of their dive vacation.located all over the red sea enables it to supply divers with services wherever they go.
wikitravel.org /en/Dahab   (3525 words)

 BBC - Holiday - Destinations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dahab is just one of a handful of sleepy resorts clinging to the fringes of the Sinai desert where December temperatures average at a very pleasant 23 degrees.
As you wander around Dahab you pick up snatches of conversations and buzz words like the 'Canyon' and the 'Blue Hole', places that are talked about in hushed tones.
She still took the plunge though and proved that Dahab isn't just for hard core divers, its treasures are there for everyone to enjoy.
www.bbc.co.uk /holiday/destinations/egypt_best   (954 words)

 Sinai - Dahab   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Though it has not yet achieved the popularity of Sharm el-Sheik to the south, Dahab has a growing following, and the name may soon refer to the wealth that tourism is bringing to the small Bedouin village of Assalah.
The combination of soft sand, gorgeous blue water, and a luxuriant strip of palm trees is pulling in the world.
Assalah is the most developed part of Dahab, a sprawling conglomeration of palm trees, shops, campgrounds, hotels, bars, and restaurants that lie along the shore of Ghazala Bay.
www.geographia.com /egypt/sinai/dahab.htm   (205 words)

 Middle East Online
One of his colleagues at the Red Sea Relax school was blown from the shopfront to the seafront by the force of one of the almost simultaneous explosions.
Dahab, more affordable than the upmarket Sinai resorts of Sharm el-Sheikh and Taba which were both hit by attacks since 2004, attracted Europeans and Egyptians alike with its coral and pink mountains behind deep blue seas.
With Dahab boasting some of the best diving in the world according to local instructors, businessmen fear their livelihoods have been pulverised by departing tourists and gruesome international television footage.
www.middle-east-online.com /english/?id=16309   (695 words)

 Holiday guide to Dahab @ Sinai 4 You on the Red Sea in Egypt
Characteristic for Dahab is a shore covered with fine golden sand that might have given Dahab its Arabic name: "Gold".
The newly constructed beach promenade is the core of Dahab's activities, where globetrotters from all over the world meet in a lively atmosphere.
Dahab is famous for its deceptive deep dive sites such as the Blue Hole, the Canyon and the Lighthouse.
www.sinai4you.com /dahab   (290 words)

 Bin Laden's Bay Area recruiter / Khalid Abu-al-Dahab signed up American Muslims to be terrorists   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dahab said bin Laden was eager to recruit American citizens of Middle Eastern descent because their U.S. passports could be used to facilitate international travel by al Qaeda terrorists, according to the account of the confession.
Dahab also said that at Mohamed's direction he had gone to terrorist camps in Afghanistan in 1990 and trained guerrilla fighters to fly hang gliders.
Dahab confessed his involvement with al Qaeda and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2001/11/21/MN155311.DTL   (2002 words)

 Duiken Dahab, Rode Zee, Egypte - Reisverslag
Dahab is a small village some 90km north of Sharm-El-Sheikh on the coast of the Red Sea.
Dahab is well-known to windsurfers since there is almost always some wind (from a light cooling breeze to sometimes a bit stronger winds).
Dahab is also well-known to scuba divers who enjoy exploring the many dive sites along the coast line north and south of Dahab.
homepage.sunrise.ch /homepage/wgysbert/diving/dahab_nl.htm   (974 words)

 The Best Dives in the Red Sea: Dahab and Nuweiba, Sinai, Egypt
Dahab means "Gold", and it was named by the Bedouin for its golden sands that jut out into the sea.
Most British divers consider Dahab to be a bit out of the way, but if you like driving around the desert in 4x4’s and jumping in the water from the shore to find a complete contrast between the desert above and thriving life below, then Dahab is well worth a visit.
One of the renowned dives of Dahab is the Canyon which starts at a round coral bowl - the fish bowl, with lots of glass fish, and descends as a tube down to around 50 m.
www.scubatravel.co.uk /redsea/dahabdive.html   (1159 words)

 Dahab Dive Sites, Descriptions and Maps - by Emperor Divers
Dahab sits on the Gulf of Aqaba and some of the deepest waters in the Red Sea are in the area, dropping in places to over 1800mts.
This dive site located in the heart of Dahab city is the ideal place to spot numerous Thorny Seahorses and Pipefishes on the very shallow ridge covered of sea grass and funnel weed.
Among the inhabitants of this ridge are the Peppered, Snow-flake and Undulated Morays, juvenile Scorpionfishes and sea urchins.
www.emperordivers.com /divesites_dahab.php   (2556 words)

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Dahab, he explains, is well-know for its scuba diving and most guests stay in the water until the evening hours, when they retire to their rooms to rest, then return to the coffee houses and restaurants at a relatively late hour.
Most of the businesses in Dahab offering scuba diving packages and therefore employees are obligated to be certified in first aid, which was useful during the rescue and treatment operations last night.
But no one expected that Dahab, of all places, which is less crowded with tourists than other destinations on the Egyptian peninsula, would be targeted y terrorists.
www.ynetnews.com /articles/0,7340,L-3243563,00.html   (1083 words)

 Sunrise Tours Egypt | Portal/default.asp   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This pearl of the gulf actually consists of two villages; the Bedouin village of Assalah is the southern half, with the business and administrative center of Dahab to the north.
Dahab is only a few hours drive north of Sharm el Sheikh, but hidden in its nearby waters lie several world-class dive sites.
Dahab has something for divers of all levels, with some of the more popular sites being accessible by a short jeep journey along sandy unmade tracks that hug the waters edge.
www.sunrisetours-eg.com /Dahabdiving.asp   (685 words)

 Dahab Plaza Hotel
Dahab is the Arabic word for gold, if you have a look at the color of the sand and the beaches around you will immediately know where the town took its name.
The region of Dahab stretches across a wide plateau of rock and sand at the end of Wade Nasab and emerged from a small oasis where Bedouins once settled.
The little Bedouin village of Dahab, once known as a place for hippies and drop-outs, is about 75 km from Sharm el Sheikh on the East coast of the Sinai Peninsula and is surrounded by a bizarre high mountainous landscape.
www.dahabplazahotel.com /index.htm   (268 words)

 Al-Ahram Weekly | Opinion | In the wake of Dahab
Not that that should have come as a surprise, not in a country so efficient in impeding the release of facts and possessed of a security apparatus that is quick to accuse but sluggish to the point standstill when it comes to revealing the basis on which it has made accusations.
If so this would place the Dahab attack in the same category of the Aqaba and Amman bombings, for which "Al-Qaeda in the Land of the Tigris and Euphrates" is responsible.
In targeting tourists in Dahab they could be pursuing a radical Islamist agenda, or equally be reacting to the human rights violations perpetrated by the security apparatus in Sinai following the Taba and Sharm El-Sheikh bombings.
weekly.ahram.org.eg /2006/794/op34.htm   (1216 words)

 TIME.com: Shattering the "Peace and Party" Mood in Dahab -- Page 1
At the Tota Dance Bar in Dahab, the establishment's motto, plastered all around the place, is "Peace and Party." On a typical night, hundreds of young people from around the world hit the floor and gyrate until nearly sunrise.
Dahab is also a magnet for skin divers and backpacking bohemians, who are variously drawn to its famous coral reefs, gorgeous desert moonscapes and hashish-induced laid-back vibe.
Like the previous Sinai attacks, the Dahab bombings took place on the occasion of a major national military holiday, this time Sinai Liberation Day on Tuesday, marking the Israeli withdrawal from the territory it captured in the Six Day War.
www.time.com /time/world/article/0,8599,1187174,00.html?cnn=yes   (1135 words)

 Dahab   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dahab was an Bedouin village and it still has that exotic face.
In Dahab there is a lot of camps and hotels in every price range, post and exchange offices.
To visit Dahab is possible all the year round, although prices (mostly of accommodation) can be various because of season.
www.deep-down.host.sk /a_dahab_po.htm   (463 words)

 Dahab. Goa of the Red Sea
Dahab's hippie-like image has since long become a cliche, yet it is as good as people claim.
Dahab is in some ways an unlikely resort: the beaches are not very good, the nearby coral reefs are since long gone.
The main attractions of Dahab are the unique on-the-ground restaurants, a mixture of Hippie and Bedouin styles and developed over a few decades.
lexicorient.com /egypt/dahab.htm   (218 words)

 Diving in Dahab with Camel Dive Club
Dahab is one hour's drive north along the coast from Sharm el Sheikh.
The excursion to Dahab includes return transport, two guided dives, and a relaxed lunch with water/soft drinks.
Dahab excursions are organised on request, with a minimum of six divers.
www.cameldive.com /diving-dahab.htm   (229 words)

 Spot Guide DAHAB/Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: )
DAHAB is located at the Rea Sea/Egypt, 135 km south of Eilat/Israel and 90 km north of Sharm-El-Sheikh.
More advanced sailors can sail further out of the lagoon for bump-and-jump conditions and won't get into much trouble even in sick wind, because in the worst case, you'll be blown back to the beach.
Club Mistral in the lagoon is right next to the newly built Dahab Hilton, by far the most beautiful hotel in Dahab.
www.sims-windsurfing.de /guide_dahab.html   (658 words)

 Dahab, Egypt - 4* Hilton Dahab for 7 nights - diving courses available -, Sinai Peninsula - lastminute.com
Located in Dahab, approximately two miles from the Bedouin village of Assalah, the Hilton Dahab has its own sandy private beach built in the style of a Nubian village.
Kindly note that The Hilton Dahab will upgrade the Lagoons (artificial lakes) in the resort by changing the lagoon bottom linear one lagoon at a time.
Dahab is the Arabic word for gold, an apt description for the spectacular sandy beaches that shine with a golden hue.
www.lastminute.com /site/find/World/Middle-East/Egypt/Sinai-Peninsula/Dahab/LMN-Holiday-337788278.html   (1451 words)

 ABC News: Bombings Kill 23 in Egyptian Resort City
An Egyptian security official examines evidence at a site where a bomb was exploded in the Egyptian resort of Dahab, early Tuesday, April 25, 2006.
Shards of glass and bloody body parts littered the ground Tuesday as Egypt reeled from a three-bomb attack that ripped apart a Sinai beach resort promenade at the height of Egypt's tourist season, killing at least 24 people, including a German child.
DAHAB, Egypt Apr 25, 2006 (AP)— Three nearly simultaneous bombings hit this Egyptian beach resort popular with foreigners Monday, killing at least 23 people on streets filled with vacationers and Egyptians enjoying a long weekend marking a national holiday.
abcnews.go.com /International/wireStory?id=1886430   (430 words)

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