Dahab is an Egyptian tourist city that follows the South Sinai Governorate and is located on the Gulf of Aqaba. It is about 100 km from the city of Sharm el-Sheikh and 87 km from the city of Nuweiba. It was named after the color of its golden sand. The city is divided into two parts, the first is located in the south and is called the village of Al-Asala and is famous for its simple Bedouin life, and the second section is located in the north and is the soul and pulse of the city because it includes commercial markets and recreational places. The city is famous for its pristine beaches and natural diving sites rich in coral reefs.