Far from the mainstream of Sinai’s major vacation centers such as Sharm-el-Sheikh and Dahab, this camp is run by a German-Egyptian couple and is designed for people who love uncomplicated naturalness, can afford the standard package tourist convenience and have a basic shared bathroom are satisfied! For that you meet with nice people from all over the world in a calm and relaxed atmosphere.
Our camp is located at the southern entrance of Tarabin, a Bedouin oasis, about 1 km from Nuweiba, in the southeast of Sinai on the Gulf of Aqaba in Egypt. On our doorstep you will find crystal-clear sea water and coral reefs, which are ideal for snorkeling. You can not swim with a dolphin, but with three turtles. The beach invites because of its spaciousness to many sports activities. But yoga – meditation and QiGong groups feel comfortable with us.
The flat, sandy beach is particularly suitable for children. Behind our front door you will be enchanted by the overwhelming and bizarre beauty of the mountain and desert landscape. In our beach restaurant we serve fresh fish, oriental and international dishes as well as seasonal fruits.
The camp is a paradise for couples, singles, families, sun worshipers, seekers, desert friends and burned out. With us you may not experience the greatest comfort – but many 5-star moments! We are looking forward to your visit!
An Ancient people, creating a livelyhood and a culture in stark desert conditions. The Bedouin were defined by the black goats’ hair tents, the dependency on livestock and the ablity to move with their flocks, their amazing hospitality, well known as a proud and dignified people.
Today, adapting to the modern environment, they still hold dear the values of honor, generosity and hospitality. You can experience these in any encounter with people of this community.
That is how long you would be fully hosted if you stumbled on a Bedouin encampment.
Today this tradition continues, and you can experience it all over the Israeli Negev. There are home stays for groups as small as one, or a tent at “Desert Ship” that can host one thousand. One thing is for sure: the experience of hospitality is magnificent.