About Penguin Village
Mashraba Street, Dahab Sinai
Dhahab, Egypt 46617
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Penguin village is www.dahabexcursions.com a budget hotel in Dahab. We offer a fabulous place to rest, relax, discover, dive and have fun. Blending the heritage and hospitality of the Middle East with the convenience and professionalism of the West, Penguin Village offers diving, affordable accommodation, day trips, desert safaris and historic adventures with your safety and comfort in mind. We allow you the choice of a perfectly wrapped package or your own custom designed vacation. With us you can surf the Internet, the waves or simply relax by the sea with a long cool drink.
Penguin village is located just 90 kilometres from the International Airport in Sharm El Sheikh, 150 kilometres from the Airport in Taba and 5 minutes drive from Dahab bus station.
Penguin Village is situated in the centre of Dahab which faces directly out onto the Gulf of Aqaba with its breathtaking views. It's these views combined with the marvellous coral reefs and perfect weather that make it one of the best destinations world-wide for both backpackers and sun seekers.
Our multi-lingual team have years of experience and are dedicated to ensuring your safety and enjoyment during your stay. We would be delighted to assist you with not just your activities here in Dahab but also with transport, tours and accommodation in the rest of the Sinai and Egypt. At Penguin we understand your needs and will provide you with the very best service possible.
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24 Hour Check In
Airport Pick Up
Breakfast Not Included
Bureau de Change
Travel Desk/Travel Info
WiFi in lobby
WiFi in room
Penguin Village is located on the sea side of Mashraba St the Center of Dahab.
If you are coming to Dahab with the East Delta bus , we are only 5 Minutes driving from where is the bus stop in Dahab city, and we offer free pick up for our guest on request from the bus station.
Do you want to Come from Cairo? Visit www.dahabexcursions.com/index.php/all-egypt-transfers.html
All paths lead to Dahab! There is nothing simpler than to get here as all possible means of transport can be used on the way. Whether it is by land, by sea or by air you may surely reach Dahab faster and more comfortably than you imagine. In the Penguin village we arrange for you transfers from any spot throughout Egypt directly into our hotel. We may also give you a hand in moving around easily, fast, safely.
By private minibus: Send us an e-mail at email@example.com and we'll make arrangements to pick you up in our own 16 -seat, air-conditioned minibus. The trip takes about 6 hours and 110 euro (per trip, not per person).
Compare to public bus: East Delta bus leaves from the Abasseiya station. There are several buses leaving throughout the day. Buy your tickets in advance, as it's not possible to reserve tickets on the phone. Ticket prices vary from 60 to 80 LE (one way). After an 8-9 hour ride, the Dahab bus station is 5 min. away from the Penguin Village. Let us know when you arrive and we will pick you up.
If you need any information about the bus schedule from anywhere in Egypt please call Emad to know what you need.(I'm online from 9.00 am till 12.00 pm local time)
Other options from Cairo is hiring a taxi or getting on a plane to Sharm El Sheikh , email us please if you would like to book the flight ..
From Sharm El Sheikh
If you're flying directly into Sharm El Sheikh or arriving there by ferry from Hurghada, we can arrange to pick you up at the airport/port. E-mail us your flight details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll arrange it for you for 25 Euro per taxi.
You can also share this taxi with others heading towards Dahab for 25 euro/trip.
From Israel or Jordan
For those coming in from Eliat and Jordan (to the port of Nuweiba), a pick-up can also be arranged. From Eliat hiring a taxi will cost you around 35 euros per taxi and from Nuweiba 25 euro per taxi.
From any other place in Egypt or Middle East
Please, contact Emad (e-mailing at email@example.com) for help and assistance in heading toward Dahab from nearly any place in the world.
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