Dahab

Is a community on the southeast shoreline of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, roughly 80 km upper east of Sharm el-Sheikh. Once a Bedouin angling town, Dahab is currently viewed as one of Sinai’s most cherished jumping destinations. Dahab pulls in huge quantities of travelers. It is incredibly famous for its windsurfing. Solid breezes give wonderful level water conditions inside Dahab’s sand spit. Further away from shore, wavy conditions couple with solid breezes to give considerable conditions to sharp windsurfers. Be that as it may, as of late, the tidal pond inside the sand spit has been overwhelmed. so that lots of people love to go there.