203 Kms from Tabuk
If you ever happen to visit Spiti, You have got to spend a night here! The night sky is the most amazing i have ever seen! its a small verical village like on both side of the road and thats it. There is an old Tabo manastery which you have to visit! Have a yummy english breakfast at any of the small cafes in the Tabo market.
224 Kms from Tabuk
With tourism taking a hit due to recent incidents in North Africa, the resort town of Sharm-El-Sheikh has become one of the cheapest places in the world for diving. The mediterranean coastline is the gateway to some of the world's most gorgeous dive sites. Also dive-packages often include higher-end accommodation, which is a huge plus.
297 Kms from Tabuk
E. Take a bus to Hurghada: Hurghada is a cute beach town on the Western side of the Sinai peninsula and is known for its junk and merry parties. Do take a trip around Ras Al Mohammad National park for sighting some dainty marine shoals and coral.
200 Kms from Tabuk
Mount Sinai is considered to be very unsafe and is not advised for Solo or women traveller I would like to tell you...Do not listen...I am a women I went to DAHAB,wore a bikini,Dive in Red Sea....Crossed the Sinai....The best place to get lost and find yourself!!!
241 Kms from Tabuk
From Aqaba, we again set off on an amazing jeep tour into the Wadi Rum desert. And as we reached Petra, we knew it was the perfect place for a history-lover like me. As a young boy, I often imitated the adventures of Indiana Jones and now I was breathing amongst the walls that had once stood for the Last Crusade! So without further adieu, we delved our curious and excited foot steps into the carved pink sandstone and soon made our grand entrance, through the winding canyon of Siq, finally to the legendary Al Khazneh (The Treasury). Walking past the stone-resurrected tombs and narrow gorges amidst the rocks that have withheld a metamorphosis with the passage of time. And finally we got lucky for our first glimpse!Marked in every corner by its history of Bedouin culture, yet it reeks of the once effluent Pharaoh's lavish interests. So as we headed out, content with ourselves of the historical essence our trip had brought on, we realised it was just impossible to stay in Petra for just a day. To get the feel of the ruins that shaped history, we decided we'll stay on and explore more. So in the coming days came the Roman Theater and the Royal Tombs and the magnificent show that we are glad we didn't miss- Petra by Night. And with the visit to the Mountain of Aaron, our trip came to an end.