Originally an old Bedouin town, the bohemian and relaxed atmosphere of Dahab has made it a firm favorite with water sports enthusiasts and divers from all over the world.
Nestled on the South Sinai peninsula, Dahab is approximately 45 minutes north of the bustling Sharm El Sheik.
The town is surrounded by beautiful mountains which Frame her position on the Red Sea.
Dahab is home to the world famous Blue hole.
THE BLUE HOLE
Famous around the world amongst Scuba Divers and Free divers. In fact so famous is the Blue Holes that a number of world class Free divers are based in Dahab.A Natural sink hole in the ocean, it is 105m deep of sheer vertical drop and about 90m wide. At around 60m there is the Arch which is an opening which plummets to 1,800m.
Located between The Blue Hole and Dahab and is a firm favorited with divers. The Canyon is actually a long split in the reef which has formed a partially open tunnel. There are 2 points of entry both are used as a dive up rather than a dive down due to the vertical face of the reef which stands at approximately 50m.