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DAHAB

Dahab is a charming desert town in South Sinai. Originally a tiny bedouin village and later discovered by hippies, it has developed distinctive from the classic tourism resort destinations in Egypt.

With a mixture of bedouins, Egyptians and expats it has conserved its very own friendly and charming vibe.

Dahab has become my home of choice since 2016. Since I started freediving in 2014, I had been visiting this friendly desert town often. Dahab is the Mekka of Freediving, offering perfect conditions for deep diving as well as many stunning reefs to explore and chat with the fishes.

Nevertheless it is most famous for its blue hole. The 93m deep hole in the reef, only few meters from shore, offers perfect conditions for deep training all year round. Almost all world-class freedivers have passed through a 'Dahab-time' at some point of their career. For shallower training dives as well as long swims and fun diving we usually dive at lighthouse Bay. Located in the heart of Dahab it also offers top training conditions right in front of our door.

For your days out of the water, Dahab has plenty to offer: Yoga and a diversity of wellness offers are everywhere. Or you can just enjoy the unique and chilled vibe of the Dahabian community, at one of the beachside restaurants, where you will always find a friendly soul willing for a chat.

If you are feeling adventurous, there are stunning desert landscapes just around the corner of Dahab waiting to be explored. I am happy to show you some nice hikes. I can also arrange desert dinners, climbing and horse riding adventures or even an overnight trekking into the depth of Sinai desert.