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Camels near The Canyon divesite in Dahab, Sinai
Egypt

Every morning the local Bedouins and their camels congregate near the dive site "The Canyon" in Dahab, South Sinai. The camels are used to give tourists a ride along the beach and also to transport dive equipment (incl. tanks!) to remote dive sites that are only accessible by camel. The coast of Saudi Arabia is visible across the Red Sea.

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