Beach Lodge

Your first touchpoint to our community

Join us at our beachfront lodge overlooking the gulf of Aqaba for sunny days & starry nights where the sea lulls you to sleep—Habiba community welcomes you!

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Rooms & Accommodation

From individual travelers to groups, our rooms & accommodation at Habiba Beach Lodge welcome you. Our beachside cob cabins & rooms—where we also test eco-building methods— are available with single, twin, or double bed bookings. Go simple yet comfortable with shared bathrooms in our cabins or choose deluxe rooms with air-conditioning

Amenities

Reception

Mina, our lodge manager, welcomes you! He & our staff will get you checked in & registered at reception and help with questions about your room & stay. Any assistance you need, or information about the area—just ask us!

Restaurant

Our chef, Ibrahem welcomes you to his kitchen! On the menu are a variety of meals, both Egyptian and international. Ingredients sourced from our farm to table, changing seasonally, highlight fresh & healthy organic vegetables and recipes. Something else you want to try that’s not on the menu? Just ask Ibrahem!

Travelers

Our community and visitors come from all over the region and the planet!
Interested in ecotourism? Maybe you’re looking to collaborate on a green, community sustainable project. Want to experience learning through edu-tourism? Perhaps you’d like to participate in a workshop, or collaborate with us on a project idea in your field. Want to volunteer on our organic farm? Join the responsible tourism movement! Let Habiba Community be a part of your journey.
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What is responsible tourism?

Self-made travelers realize the impact of tourism both on local communities and the environment. Reducing their footprint and supporting local economies motivates responsible tourism to leave old ideas behind and help transform the face of tourism today. The Habiba Community is leading the change locally, while networking with like-minded people everywhere.

  • Ecotourism means traveling responsibly— to places that conserve the natural environment, promote sustainable well-being to local peoples and involve education about conservation, communities & sustainable travel.
  • Edutourism is about traveling to learn—whether cultural, historical or natural education and not just consumer travel—and can include  short workshops or academic semesters, to volunteer stints covering a range of knowledge.  
  • Agritourism refers to farm stays & activities at producing agricultural locations where guests are included in hands-on tours, workshops or volunteering.

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