Nuweiba, a haven of tranquility on the coast of south Sinai, is situated around 180 km south of Sharm El Sheikh. It boasts an ideal central location and natural beauty, with turquoise waters edged by fine sandy beaches and rugged mountain chains. This scenery highlights Nuweiba as one of the most attractive destinations among Sinai’s resort towns.
It is divided to three primary sectors. The first is Nuweiba Tarabin, the northern area, and the second is the Town which was founded around the former Moshav Neviot, and the third part which is the Dunes.
Although it remains Egypt’s wild land of implausible splendor, Nuweiba has risen to become a unique vacation off the beaten path for tourists who seek a personal experience of the kind and friendly hospitality of Bedouins. It is also surrounded by various national parks, other popular destinations to visit, and a seemingly endless list of natural and historical places of interest. Not only that, but every day in Nuweiba can be as energetic or relaxing as you desire.
Underwater activities are the main attraction in Nuweiba. Shallow reefs create interesting locations for snorkeling; and diving sites are considered a promise of the unsurpassed diving experience. Opportunities exist, too, for trekking, either by camel or jeep, into the astounding Sinai interior or through the Coastline Mountains.
If you are seeking a destination where hotel options are available as well as camps and laid back accommodation, all combined with local charm, culture, and character, Nuweiba should certainly be high on your list.