Red Sea And Sinai Guide

Located between the Nile and the Red Sea in the southeast of the country, its southern border forms part of Egypt's border with Sudan. Its capital and largest city is Hurghada.


Discover all Information about Hurghada, the capital of red sea Governorate, enjoy trips from Hurghada to Luxor, Aswan, Cairo including cultural, safari, Diving and snorkeling tours

Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam becomes one of the famous holiday destinations after the opening of Marsa Alam International Airport in 2011. The warm climate and the moderate current helps Marsa Alam to be one of the best diving and snorkeling destinations overlooking the Red Sea.

Sharm El Luli

Sharm El Luli the pristine white sands and fifty shades of blue of the waters of Ras Hankorab. This spot is locally known as Sharm El Luli. Here's where you put on your mask and fins and just walk into the water right from the stone-free beach. The beach has a very kind gradient.

Wadi El Gemal

Wadi El Gamal National Park (Valley of the Camels) is a national park in Egypt. It is 7,450 square kilometers (2,880 sq mi) in size, including 4,770 square kilometers (1,840 sq mi) of land and 2,100 square kilometers (810 sq mi) of marine space

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