Egypt's Most Famous Diving Sites
The area of Ras Mohammed is a cape formed by ancient corals; Due to currents carrying out of the Gulf of Aqaba, the underwater inhabitants of the area are simply exceptional and a lot of fish come here from the open seas in search of food and shelter.
Where It's All Happening in Sharm El Sheikh
The area is considered as a paradise for snorkelers and divers. You can experience all types of beach and water activities including glass-boat rides, kayaking, para-sailing, wind surfing, banana boat rides and of course, most importantly, swimming and sunbathing.
Sightseeing Unreal Sinai
The Coloured Canyon is the most beautiful canyon in Egypt, and as nature would have it, the canyon is also the easiest to reach and trek. The high iron content in the sandstone, water erosion and wind created the great spectrum of colours you’ll find as you navigate the Coloured Canyon.
Sinai Protected Area
Abu Gallum is the third of the five protected areas of South Sinai and is located to the north of Nabq. Along the Gulf of Aqaba the coastal plain is narrow and this protected area plays an important role in regulating land use.
Strong Currents and Big Fish
The Jackson reef houses a profusion of hard and soft corals, and the underwater fauna is extremely diverse; you’re most likely to see barracudas, jacks, and some larger predators such as hammerheads and tiger sharks which feed on smaller reef species.
Amazing Corals and Marine Life in Sharm
Ras Um Sid is a much quieter area close to Sharm El Sheikh's old souk, where divers head to be dazzled by stunning coral formations. As a beach, it is the location you want to find yourself in if you’re planning on having a truly relaxing holiday.