Nuweiba is ideally located 180 Km north of Sharm El Sheikh to provide the ultimate experience of a lifetime. It is a less developed tourist attraction on the coast of South Sinai. The virgin beaches between Nuweiba and Taba has aroused the desire of investors with their potential commercial importance, hence, the establishment of deluxe hotels for mass tourism offering flight and hotel packages with reasonable prices.

Although it remains to be Egypt's wild land of implausible splendor, it has risen to become a unique vacation off the beaten path for tourists who seek a personal experience of the kind and friendly hospitality of the locals.

Nuweiba divided to three primary sectors. The first is Nuweiba Tarabin, the northern area that comprises of thick grove palms, a shallow bay and ruins of the Turkish fort; a well within the fort benefited the native Bedouins for centuries as a source of fresh water. Tarabin is eminent for its nourishing, oriental atmosphere including Bedouin - style restaurants and bazaars that entice guests to relax and get a taste of the local atmosphere.

The second section of Nuweiba is the Town which was founded around the former Moshav Neviot, an establishment of the 1971 Israeli occupation. The Town marks tribal territory between northern and southern tribes and the boundaries still stand to be respected. Its significance that is situated in the center of touristic attractions, Tarabin in the north and the Dunes in the south, in addition to a new commercial area that is under development.

The Dunes are the third section being the extension of Nuweiba's Town. Along the shore lies a conglomerate of hotels and camps that are positioned on the pristine sandy beaches and spectacular coral reef. The Dunes are segregated into Duna, a romantic destination with simple accommodation that comprises of beach bungalows and small hotels featuring awe - inspiring scenery, and small Duna where most camp sites and hotels are situated. Nuweiba Port, also known as Nuweiba Muzeina, is the industrial area built in 1985 for trading purposes between Egypt and fellow Arab countries on the opposite side of the Gulf of Aqaba. It was originally the summer retreat for the Muzeina tribe as it was a sparsely inhabited oasis.