Camel Safari

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Abu Galum is a managed resource protected area, north of Dahab, between Dahab and Nuweiba covering an area of 400km. The coastal area contains undisturbed coral reef with high diversities of coral reef fish.

The reef at Abu Galum supports an active Bedouin artisanal fishery, where Bedouin fishermen practice subsistence fishing and supply restaurants and families with fish.

The safari begins at Dahab Tec Divers meeting at 7:00am for a coffee and to load the cars with our diving equipment. Heading off for a 20 minute drive to the Blue Hole where we meet our camels and the Bedouin guide, one camel for each diver. 90 minutes along the beach by camel, you will start to see Abu Galum half way, getting exited as you get closer to the Bedouin huts and dozens of small wadi`s which run down from the mountains of Abu Galum to plunge into the sea.

Having a tea while relaxing after the trip, we prepare for the first dive. Resting and eating lunch in between the dives. We then head back to the Blue Hole by camel, and back to Dahab with a big smile.