To Have Fun and Adventure Is Not Taboo When on a Private Tour of Taba
When you are having fun and adventure, it is not a taboo if you are on a terrific private tour of Taba.
The City of Taba is uniquely located near the borders of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Israel on the eastern Sinai peninsula of Egypt. When you opt for here as a destination for a holiday you are giving yourself a choice in landscape too.
Due to its location, the city of Taba has diversity at its feet, with famed 'Riviera' the Gulf of Aqaba and also well known, The Sinai Desert, both close by. One day spend the day splashing, waterskiing, windsurfing of just immersing yourself in water because you know, the following day you are trekking the fabulous arid desert by jeep safari or camel meeting the interesting local Bedouin people.
There are other outdoor facilities found in and around the city of Taba such as sightseeing tours to one of the wildlife refuges that is located in Taba Heights.
Top 10 Things to Do in Taba
Private Diving Tours of the Gulf of Aqaba or Safari Desert Tours by Camel of the Sinai Desert
The City of Taba is a growing resort, with more and more facilities being built and major investment from huge companies. For the moment, however, we should enjoy the peacefulness and calm of this area after all it has been through.
There are many romantic evenings to be had in this city or at least the areas surrounding it. As an example; after spending the best part of a day on private diving tours in the Gulf of Aqaba why not enjoy a romantic sunset while on a safari desert tour by camel and then have candlelit dinner in one of the traditional Bedouin Tents.
Travel Tips for Taba
Visit Taba from March to April or from October to November as it is the best time to book your private tour. These months have comfortable temperatures, fewer crowds and low hotel rates on most days of the week. Winter is by far the most popular time to visit anywhere in Egypt because the days are warm and sunny and the evenings are cool and breezy. If you're planning a trip between December and February, you can expect it to be crowded with tourists.
Taba is, for the best part, a very reasonably priced city. It depends on how much you want to spend as to where you go to eat and sleep. There are restaurants of varying standards and prices and the same goes for accommodation. However, the varying standards does not mean you are necessarily receiving a lower standard. All private tours and trips from Taba are usually negotiable in price, be prepared to bargain hard for the best deals.
Firstly book any private tours or sightseeing tours in advance of going, it may be cheaper and you can work in other things around the tours. During the hot months, be sure to carry around lots of water so not to get dehydrated. It is always advisable to walk in a group rather than walking alone especially at markets and in other city's you will not be harassed as much to buy stuff. Be aware of your surroundings in crowded areas.
According to the Annual Weather Averages, May is the driest month and September is the wettest month of the year so avoid this month if you do not like rain. The hottest months are July and August with temperatures over 35 degrees Celsius. The coldest months are December and January where temperatures only go as low as 18 degrees Celsius. Temperatures around March and April and October and November are approx. 25-30 degrees Celsius.