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Introductory Dive in Eilat
"The introductory dive is a must for everyone. A driver will pick you up at your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and taken to one of the dive sites in Eilat. You will start by getting a 20 minute instruction on the equipment and how to use it by your PADI diving instructor. The instructor will then take you to dive at the Coral Beach Nature Reserve or in the Caves diving site. You can dive down to 6 meters and you will see numerous fish of all colors and beautiful coral in all shapes and sizes. This is a 1 hour session 20 minutes for instruction and 40 minutes for diving. All of the equipment is included.To be eligable to take the introductory dive you need to be at least 8 years of age and in good health. For someone under 18 you will need a parental signature. A health declaration is required. If you want to have a beautiful record of the experience there is an underwater photographer for an extra fee.The water in the Red Sea is 1 and very comfortable. Enjoy the experience!"
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1-Day Jeep Excursion from Dahab to Small Colored Canyon
"Discover the Small Colored Canyon on this unique 1-day Jeep tour. Enjoy walking through the canyon and admire the walls of rock that cascade with many colors. The rocks vary from sandstone to limestone and granite and are colored beautifully in yellow purple red and gold.Your day will start at 08:00 with a 1-hour drive to Salama Canyon (the Small Coloured Canyon) where you’ll see the amazing colored rocks. You’ll then walk through the canyon for 1-2 hours before a 1-hour drive through Wadi Ghazala to see arriving around 17:00. This tour is a great way to see the unique natural wonder of Small Colored Canyon!"""
From $36.00
 
1-Day Jeep Excursion from Dahab to Small Colored Canyon
"Discover the Small Colored Canyon on this unique 1-day Jeep tour. Enjoy walking through the canyon and admire the walls of rock that cascade with many colors. The rocks vary from sandstone to limestone and granite and are colored beautifully in yellow purple red and gold.Your day will start at 08:00 with a 1-hour drive to Salama Canyon (the Small Coloured Canyon) where you’ll see the amazing colored rocks. You’ll then walk through the canyon for 1-2 hours before a 1-hour drive through Wadi Ghazala to see arriving around 17:00. This tour is a great way to see the unique natural wonder of Small Colored Canyon!"""
From $36.00

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Diving : the Power Station Reef

Located 5 Kms south of Aqaba town. Swim over fringing reef which drops down to 5m with sand and patch reef, from where reef slopes down to 20m and drops away to 200m! Swim down over the wall edge to...
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More about diving

Diving goes on all the year round, with different species to be seen in the different seasons. In June /July there are whale sharks, in February one can often see Mantas. A northerly wind blows down...
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King Hussein Street, P.O. Box 678, Aqaba, 77110, Jordan
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King Hussein Street, PO Box 1441, Aqaba, 77110, Jordan
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King Hussain Street, PO Box 2311, Aqaba, 77110, Jordan
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P.O. Box 392, Aqaba, 77110, Jordan
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Al-saada Street, P.O. Box 1189, Aqaba, Jordan
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Cornish Street, PO Box 905, Aqaba, 77110, Jordan
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Diving & Snorkeling

As recommended, I approached Arab Diving School to do 2 dives in the afternoon after I arrvied Aqaba. It costs JD35 (50 US). It is good price and the dive sites are good. The owner is very nice. He...
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Beaches

Aqaba's public beach lies to the south of the city, easily accessible on foot. It's several hundred metres of clean (at least in December) sand, free to enter and with excellent views across the Red...
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Glass-bottomed Boats

My friend and I took a ride on a glass bottom boat during our visit to Aqaba in February 2005. With little in the way of activity on Aqaba's beach, a boat ride seemed like an ideal way to pass a bit...
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Flagpole

This massive flagpole, erected in 2004, acts as a landmark from both land and sea. At 430ft/130m high it's apparently the fifth tallest in the world. Wiki tells me it can be seen from Israel, Egypt...
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Local Life

Don't forget to send Mom a postcard. Visit the Aqaba Post office, get your card or letter weighed for postage, and the staff will handle the rest. Price: 100Fils for 10 grams. Tip: The average price...
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Mamluk Fort

Much of this building was 'under construction' when I visited, although it wasn't clear what construction was actually being done. Large parts of the building were cordoned off for safety so I could...
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TheWanderingCamel

"Aqaba : the sea, the ships and the shops"
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Vabate

"The Gulf of Aqaba"
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leics

"Watersports, lolling about and ancient remains...."
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Cristian_Uluru

"Aqaba: a Jordan town in the Red Sea"
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Kuznetsov_Sergey

"Aqaba on the way to\back Petra"
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