In Nuwieba you will not find any night life, There is no fancy or big restaurants, No cinemas or malls or even normal buildings, Its just desert with very small populated area. The greatest thing in Sinay is to be on the beach at night, there is no electricity, or anything really to do except for listening to the quiet and to the small waves, Sitting outside having Egyptian Coffee, smoking a nargila if you like and sometimes listen to their music and play the 'Darbuka' (its kind of Arab dram).The most spectacular thing is to look at the Sky and see the million stars all over as if there is nothing else in the world except of the stars.
Dress Code: Short and light clothes since most of the year its very hot there, but in the off season it can be very cold, especially at night since its a desert !!!
Sometimes at nights it was so great to enjoy at nights with the locals or even with some other tourists around.... we used to play an Arab music...drink drink drink.... and Dance...
Chatting in All languages and laughing....
This was and is better then any real resort and all whats comes with it.... Nothings bits nature...
People don't come to Nuweiba for the nightlife.
Which is just as well as there is practically none.
Nuweiba is a serene, beautiful place ideal for those seeking peace and tranquility in a beautiful environment.
There is however the spectacular skies at night. The stars seem so bright, the full moons are superb.
Watch out for the 28th October 2004 - lunar eclipse !!!
Sinai is about escape. Mock-bedouin tents abound where mint tea and nargilah (usually with apple tobacco) can be found. A couple of the resort hotels may have a bar and even a club of some description. But the beauty of Sinai is actually living by nature - getting up with the sun and going to bed early, if not by the sun. A vital element of an evening in Sinia is star gazing. There are few places where you can see so much in the heavens - layer upon layer not just of stars, but galaxies and milky ways.
Dress Code: whatever you want