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Dahab, Egypt

Camel Diving Safari (8 days / 7 nights. Incl. 6 dives)

The diving
North of Dahab nestled between the desert mountains and the sea is Ras Abu Galoum. To get to this remote and protected area, you need to drive for hours around the mountains OR you can take the direct and much shorter route following the coastline on the back of a camel. Pick option number 2 and you are in for a life time experience.

Starting out by loading your camel with your tanks and gear, your heavy blanket for the nights you are to spend around the fire in the silent desert and your happy self - you will need nothing more to enjoy this special dive excursion.

Riding along the ocean with nothing around you but desert and mountains. Arriving in a tiny Bedouin village where food and tea is cooked on open fires, where dives are done by walking in where you find suitable or loading up a beaten old local truck to go up the coast to even more secluded reefs… and sleeping next to the sea in a sheltered open hut with peepholes to the stars is a short and unjustifiable sum up of what you’ll live to tell. It is incredible, and so very special…   

Before the trip you will have a day of diving on local dive sites in Dahab. Your Accommodation will be booked and secured for the full week.

Historically, most visitors to Dahab have been backpackers traveling independently, staying in the hostels and Bedouin camps. This has made the little fishermen town develop into an international good feel place. With its bohemian feel of hippie and Bedouin, Dahab is a beautiful mix of peace seeking travelers, creating an extraordinary atmosphere of relaxation and friendliness. Out in the desert you will be surrounded by a few Bedouin families and a whole bunch of camels. Not much else. A brilliant contrast!

Your resort (Pretty Bedouin Camp):

The accommodation is part of the very first Desert Camp in Dahab, and has been popular with backpackers and yogahippies since the 70s. It is very low key and basic, with a cool garden and prober bedouin hangout areas just steps from the beach. Besides being a pretty bedouin camp, it is run by one of the most inspiring women in Dahab. Tanis is a Canadian woman who settled in Dahab many years ago. Her love and care for Egypt is truly inspiring and her daily presence at the camp and dive school calls for hours of interesting conversation and adds a catching calmness and charm to the whole place.

Your room: (When not on the Camel Safari)
Your room is simple but clean and cozy. Twin or double beds, with A/C.

Your Room : (When on the Camel Safari)
Basic beach huts with carpets & blankets under the stars. Or as 1 diver put it, “roughing it in the million star hotel!”

Days / Nights included 8 days / 7 nights
Amount of dives included 6 dives
Days / Nights included 8 days / 7 nights
Amount of dives included 8 dives
1 night camel upgrade € 128
3 day/2 night/6 dive Camel Diving Safari € 306
3rd pax in room (per night) € 15
Advanced Course - Supplemental € 200
Extra day of diving (2 dives) € 42
Extra night (after) € 20
Extra night (before) € 20
Refresher dive (added 1st dive) € 25
Single surcharge for 1 pax course € 113