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Taba Heights - Uptown
Egypt

Taba Heights is a year-round resort ideally situated in one of the most beautiful spots on the Eastern coast of the Sinai Peninsula, set against a breathtaking natural backdrop of untamed desert, cinnamon mountains, and the vibrant Red Sea. The Uptown village is very pittoresque with small plazas, cafes and restaurants.

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Uploaded: 26/02/2011
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Tags: red sea; sinai; sinai peninsula; resort; family; spotredsea
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