Discover an incredible all-year dive destination: Dahab, on the Sinai peninsula. Once a tiny Bedouin settlement this sleepy Red Sea resort, with a dramatic setting, clings to the fringes of the Sinai desert.
As you wander around Dahab you pick up pieces of conversations and buzz words like the 'Canyon' and the 'Blue Hole'; places that are talked about in hushed tones. Once underwater you understand why.
The Red Sea has the best coral and diving anywhere in the northern hemisphere. And for many divers, the 'Blue Hole' is one of the most famous sites in the world - dropping down to 100m (328ft). Fringing reefs extend only a few metres from shore and quickly drop to depths of 500m in places, ideal for recreational and technical divers alike.
Value for money
Dahab isn't just for hard core divers, its treasures are there for everyone to enjoy, including snorkellers. If it's a value for money diving holiday that you're after, then you should definitely go and experience Dahab.
Don't dive? It's also one of the premier destinations for windsurfers and kite surfers alike. Not a surfer either? Don't worry; just go and enjoy the beaches, the history and the culture of lively Dahab.