The Red Sea in Egypt have its magical beauty that you will never find in any other place, discover all the landscapes, nature reserves, underwater secrets and relaxation places in and around the Red Sea Egypt, visiting The Red Sea is must when you plan your Egypt Travel Packages, Egypt Day Tours and

Sharm El-Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh's major industry is foreign and domestic tourism, owing to its dramatic landscape, year-round dry climate with long hot summers and warm winters as well as long stretches of natural beaches.

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Hurghada

The city of Hurghada stretches for about 36 kilometers (22 mi) along the seashore and is known for its watersports activities, nightlife and warm weather. Daily temperature hovers round 30 °C (86 °F) most of the year, during July and August temperatures reach over 40 °C (104 °F). Many Europeans head to Hurghada for their regular Holidays, especially during the Winter season and spend their Christmas and New Year holidays in the city.

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Sinai Peninsula

The largest city of Sinai is Arish, capital of the North Sinai, with around 160,000 residents. Other larger settlements include Sharm el-Sheikh and El-Tor, on the southern coast. Inland Sinai is arid (effectively a desert), mountainous and sparsely populated, the largest settlements being Saint Catherine and Nekhel.

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Dahab

Dahab attracts large numbers of tourists. It is world-renowned for its windsurfing. Reliable winds provide superb flat-water conditions inside Dahab's sand spit. Further away from shore, wavy conditions couple with strong winds to provide formidable conditions for keen windsurfers.

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Taba

Taba is a small Egyptian town near the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba and is considered a frequent vacation spot for Egyptians and tourists or as a weekend getaway. It is the northernmost resort of Egypt's Red Sea Riviera.

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Nuweibaa

Nuweiba is a coastal town in the eastern part of Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. Located on the coast of the Gulf of Aqaba. It was inhabited by two different Bedouin tribes: the Tarabin to the north, and the Muzeina, some 8 km to the south.

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Safaga

Safaga was a merchant port for many years. The town has a small tourism industry, specialising in scuba diving. It was the host of the 1993 Red Sea World Windsurfing Championships.

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Marsa Alam

Among the most famous beaches around Marsa Alam is the Abu Dabab beach. In Abu Dabab, turtles are a common sight. For tourists who seek to see something less typical, there is marine wildlife like crocodile fish and octopuses. Marsa Alam also has some inland attractions, such as the Emerald Mines and the Temple of Seti I at Khanais.

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Tiran Island

Tiran island is located at the entrance of the Straits of Tiran, which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. It has an area of about 80 square kilometres. It is part of the Ras Muhammad National Park.

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Ras Muhammad National Park

Ras Muhammad National Park is home to more than 1000 species of fish, 40 species of star fish, 25 species of sea urchins, more than a 100 species of mollusc and 150 species of crustaceans. Among others, sea turtles, such as the green turtle and the hawksbill turtle.

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El Gouna

El Gouna specializes in water-sports, including scuba diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing, waterskiing, parasailing and snorkelling. There are several beaches: including Zeytuna Beach located on its own island, Mangroovy Beach, Moods Beach and other hotel beaches.

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Ain Sokhna

Ain Sokhna

The best reason for visiting Ain Sokhna is that it doesn’t only offer water sports but also land and sky activities. Experience wind surfing, underwater photography, as well as camping and desert safaris.

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Mountain of Sinai

Mountain of Sinai

It is also known as Mountain of Moses is a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt that is considered a holy site by the Abrahamic religion. Mount Sinai is mentioned many times in the Book of Exodus and other books of the Bible and the Quran. According to Jewish, Christian, and Islamic tradition, the biblical Mount Sinai was the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments.

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Saint Catherine Monastery

Saint Catherine Monastery

Mount Sinai is located at the place where God appeared to Moses in the Burning Bush, beneath the Mount of the Decalogue. In the providence of God, it is at this site also that the holy relics of Saint Catherine are enshrined. This is the oldest inhabited Christian monastery, with a history that can be traced back over seventeen centuries.

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Sharm AL Sheikh International Airport

Sharm AL Sheikh International Airport

The Sharm El Sheikh airport,is considered to be the second major airport in Egypt, meets all the requirements of the modern life. Nowadays there are two passenger terminals in the airport. Terminal 1 has been put into action in 2007 and serves for international flights. The terminal consists of two different levels separating incoming and outgoing passenger traffic. Terminal 2 serves for domestic flights.

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Hurgadah International Airport

Hurgadah International Airport

Hurghada airport offers a VIP lounge. This is the service to be reserved beforehand. The interior atmosphere of the VIP lounge is light and cozy. Free snacks and international magazines are offered there.

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El Ain Al Sokhna Port

Ain Sokhna Port

In October 2002 the port began commercial operations, becoming the first fully private port operating in Egypt. It provides a deep water facility able to handle Post-Panama x vessels serving the Cairo area as well as the Suez Special Economic Zone (SSEZ). In 2008 the Sokhna port joined DP World, becoming one of many ports around the world operating under the name of the company.

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Safaga Port

Safaga Port

Safaga is located on the western shore of the Red Sea and it is an important phosphate export port.This small port is also a tourist area that consists of several bungalows and rest houses.Due its size, Safaga creates limits on the amount of divers in the area. It means a more personalized underwater vacation amongst hundreds of colorful species and gorgeous Red Sea locations, including unrivaled exploration of underwater sea wreckages like the Salem Express and the jaw dropping blue and purple coral formations of the Panorama Reef. Having numerous phosphate mines, it is regarded as the phosphates export center. A paved road of 164 km (102 mi) connects Safaga to Qena of Upper Egypt. This port is also a gateway for Duba port to some pilgrims or travelers to Arabia, by ferries.

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Suez Canal

Suez Canal

​Egypt was the first country to dig a man-made canal across its lands to connect the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea via the branches of the River Nile. The first who dug it was Senausert III, Pharaoh of Egypt (1874 B.C.)The Suez Canal is actually the first canal that directly links the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea.

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