Mount Sinai Egypt: Egyptian Arabic 'Gabal Musa', lit. 'Moses' Mountain' or 'Mount Moses'. Also known as Mount Horeb, is a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt. According to Jewish, Christian and Islamic tradition, the biblical Mount Sinai was the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Sinai )
Dahab is a Bedouin village on the coast of the Sinai Peninsula. It used to be a fishing village, but it’s now known as a premiere diving location. It’s also known for being more laid back and much cheaper than the rest of Egypt. It’s been a hippie draw since the ‘70s, and that vibe lives on today in the pace and quality of life.
Bedouin Camp, Egypt Photograph by Matt Moyer, National Geographic Simple bread called feteer helps feed Bedouin families in a squatters’ camp near Naama Bay at the southern tip of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. Drought has pushed tribes down from the mountains to seek work, but many Bedouin men remain jobless in a country that has never embraced desert-dwelling tribes.