Taba Border Crossing
The terminal is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year except for the holidays of Eid ul-Adha and Yom Kippur.

Israeli terminal
The Israeli border terminal was opened in September 1995 at a cost of US $3 million.

Services within the terminal
  • Drive in stations for those traveling by car
  • Change Place stand offering a money exchange
  • James Richardson Duty Free shop
  • Cafeteria


Transportation to and from the terminal
The Israeli border terminal can be reached from within Israel via Egged bus number 15 from Eilat's central bus station. Privately owned Israeli cars and rental cars may cross through the terminal. But rental cars from Israel may only stay in the confines of the Egyptian border terminal (this includes the parking lots of the Hilton Taba and Mövenpick Taba Resort) while privately owned Israeli cars may travel within the Sinai after a change of license plates, registration and the payment of a tax.

Building Activity

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