Nuweiba

The virgin beaches between Nuweiba and Taba, has aroused the desire of investors with their potential commercial importance. Thus, the establishment of deluxe hotels for mass tourism offering flight and hotel packages with reasonable prices.
Nuweiba
Nuweiba
Location: Nuweiba is ideally located 180 kilometers north of Sharm El-Shiekh to provide the ultimate experience of a life time.

Overview: The virgin beaches between Nuweiba and Taba, has aroused the desire of investors with their potential commercial importance. Thus, the establishment of deluxe hotels for mass tourism offering flight and hotel packages with reasonable prices.

Although it remains to be Egypt's wild land of implausible splendor, it has risen to become a unique vacation off the beaten path for tourists who seek a personal experience of the kind and a friendly hospitality of the locals.

Nuweiba is divided into three primary sectors. The first is Nuweiba Tarabin, the northern area that comprises of thick grove palms, a shallow bay and ruins of Turkish fort; a well within the fort benefitted the native Bedouins for centuries as a source of fresh water. Tarabin is eminent for its nourishing, oriental atmosphere including Bedouin-style restaurants and bazaars that entice guests to relax and obtain a taste of the local atmosphere.

The second section of Nuweiba is the town which has founded around the former Moshav Neviot, an establishment of the 1971 Israel occupation. The town marks tribal territory between northern and southern tribes and the boundaries still stand to be respected. Its significance comes from the fact that is situated in the center of touristic attraction. Tarabin in the north and the Dunes in the south, in addition to a new commercial area that is under the development.

The resting spot of Nuweiba: To the south, tucked at the foot of the steep mountains of the interior and lying on the shore of an expensive bay, are the port and luxurious oasis of Nuweba Muzeina. This coastal resting spot has drawn travelers attention for centuries , having long been an important port for Muslim pilgrims en route to Mecca. Today, Nuweiba Muzeina's magnificent beaches and corals reefs are the most common draw , and the bay is a home to a number of resorts and tourist villages. The port comtinues to offer ferry services, to Aqaba on the Jordon coast on a daily basis.
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