Naama Bay Sharm el Sheikh
Sharm el Sheikh
The Ras Mohammed National Marine Park, which the Egyptians also call the Aquarium of Allah and overlooked by Sharm el Sheikh, offers one of the most exciting landscapes, where the desert plunges into the turquoise sea and turns into a coral reef of incomparable beauty. , the second largest in the world. It has always been a favorite destination for divers and snorkeling enthusiasts, and for those who dream of an exotic beach holiday but not too far from home.
It is a protected area (since 1998) that extends for 480 square kilometers at the Gulf of Aqaba meeting with the Gulf of Suez, in the southern Sinai region. According to tradition, this is the place where the waters of the Red Sea were divided to let Moses pass with the Jews fleeing from Egypt. It is divided between sea and desert, sand dunes and granite mountains. In addition to unforgettable dives, it offers an extraordinary sighting of sea birds and mammals (Dolphins), ospreys, foxes, gazelles, ibexes and thousands of storks during migration, as well as natural lakes and mangrove forests. The entrance by land to the marine park passes under the Door of Allah, a concrete construction with the particularity of forming the word "Allah", readable both from left to right, and from right to left.
Going on, you will encounter nature shows like the Magical Lake, a natural pool of water with a high salt concentration, mangrove forests and a rift in the arid land, caused by an earthquake, which collapses up to 15 meters above sea level, allowing mirrors to be glimpsed 'water.
During the excursion Si will therefore be able to see: The Door of Allah, The Magical Lake, The Cracks of the Earthquake and the Mangrove Park, and a longer stop will also be made for snorkeling.