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Taba Road, Egypt
Apr 9 Apr 10
1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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Room & Suite (11)
Pool & Beach (6)

  • Excellent61%
  • Very good14%
  • Average12%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible6%
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“two nights” (3 reviews)
“water saving” (2 reviews)
“other camps” (2 reviews)
Free Parking
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All reviews two nights water saving other camps chalet sinai reefs cairo sea relaxation
Reviewed 4 September 2016

Been there for two nights with the wife and two little kids. Very nice curved beach, surrounded by beautiful hills. All is help yourself. You can even cook for yourself. They serve dinner too which is the only meal they provide(optional). There is a minimum...More

Reviewed 2 July 2016

This place is beautiful in so many ways. The Bedouine, the snorkelling on incredible reefs, the food and the atmosphere...amazing. In a different world, I would rate this much higher! We stayed for 4 nights in a chalet which was very comfortable and cool. Definitely...More

Reviewed 25 May 2016

We went on the 20th of May and the weather was great; slightly windy with the perfect Egyptian sun to tan. Their bakery is great! Staff is friendly. Prices are okay. For public transportation, ask about the East Delta Bus, it costs 90EGP one way.

Reviewed 11 January 2016 via mobile

I visited Basata with my friends and I love their idea of having a kitchen where you help yourself and write it on the piece of paper, although if you want to have warm dinners, you can order it. Everybody minds their own business there....More

Reviewed 29 November 2015 via mobile

I've been to Basata this November, it was truly an exceptional experience. The camp is divided into 2 sections or types of accommodation, the huts and the chalets. The huts are entirely made of bamboo and wicker which is wonderful and environmentally friendly. The other...More

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  • Free Parking
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Traveller (54)
Room & Suite (11)
Pool & Beach (6)
Dining (2)
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Amr R
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"Chalets are the best way forward here. Beach huts are for the brave only."
Team D, 8 months agoRead review
""You can sleep on the sand right close to the shore.""
nadineernest, 10 months agoRead review
"We enjoyed the huts very much. but some people may find it harsh"
Fady K, over a year agoRead review
"The Chalets will be unbearably HOT in the summer months. Bamboo huts are perfect for June and July."
Katherine N, over a year agoRead review
"you own tent , may a hut as well"
LaylaZi14, over a year agoRead review
"Choose a hut or check the warm water first if you want o stay in a room!"
Salli K, over a year agoRead review
"hut in the first row"
superman-q8, over a year agoRead review
"Bathrooms are a bit far from huts accommodation, so keep that in mind."
Egyptolution, over a year agoRead review
"Most of the categories of this rating don't really apply to this unique place."
S H, over a year agoRead review
"a hut in the first row. there's nothing between you and the sea and the beautiful view!"
DZohni, over a year agoRead review
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