Places To See


Red Sea

Red Sea The Red Sea is a conductor between the continents Africa and Asia. It connects the Indian Ocean at the south through the Gulf of Aden. Sinai Peninsula and the Gulf of Aqaba are located in the north to the Red Sea. The round areas are very reputable for its majestic and amazing sites for tourism, especially the ecotourism. Its depth is between 500 m near the coast and 2500 m in the center. It contains the most amazing coral reefs chains in the world. The Red Sea is one of the most beautiful and mysterious seas in he world and it is one of the largest tourist attraction areas in the world. When you visit the Red Sea you can enjoy the rarest, beautiful and amazing species of the sea creatures. Red Sea is known with its very excellent temperature, or sometimes hot temperature. This refers to the location of the Red Sea in an arid land, between desert and semi desert. The water of the Red Sea is always freshly renewable or exchanged because of the rains and the connection with the Indian Ocean. The Red Sea has very saline water. This is as a result of the high temperature and the process of evaporation. The tide range in the Red Sea is between 6m in the north and 9m in the south while the center is approximately without tide. Temporal and spatial currents variations are as low as 0.5 m and are controlled by wind. Generally the velocity of the tidal current is between 50-60 cm per sec with a maximum of 1 m per sec. Red Sea is controlled by the influence of regular and seasonally reversible winds. Surface water temperature is about 21—25 °C. There are good temperature and visibility around.
Monuments and Sight Seeing attractions in Red Sea

The Aquatic Wonderland, Paradise of scuba diving, snorkeling deep sea fishing and underwater photography frequently head for Hurghada on the Red Sea. Hurghada is located [HURGHADA] on the Red Sea about 330 Miles eastern border of Egyptian desert of Cairo and 180 Miles east of Luxor, Tourists come to Hurghada enjoy swimming and diving to the beautiful corals and fishes, and enjoy the exquisite underwater aquarium, a town by mountains, desert, a clean sandy shore and clear blue sea. About three Miles south of town is a burgeoning resort area, where visitors are seeking recreation rather than a luxurious life, to help in creating such an atmosphere there are a number of other organizations developing a modern infrastructure of tourism.
Today, Hurghada has evolved into one of the worlds finest tourist resorts, offering water sports, activities, nightlife and a stunning haven for sun worshipers all year round.

Marsa Alam
Marsa Alam was mainly a fishing village on Egypt's Red Sea coast 210 Miles, from Hurghada in the south. Well known and famous among divers and fishing enthusiasts.
Nowadays, with a new international airport recently opened, Marsa Alam has great potentials to become one of the most important diving spots not only in Egypt but in the whole world, a number of tourism projects and many new hotels are taking place.
The airport was actually a part of a larger development project designed to create a state of the art resort area in Port Ghaleb, including about 1,000 marinas and port, with a dock-side harbor, yacht club and spa, along with a highly animated town center and a marina area; on the marina there will be shops, galleries, boutiques.

Ain El Sukhna
Ain Sukhna, the Arabic for "hot spring", was named after the nearby sulfur springs. The springs originate at Gebel Ataka, the northern most mountains in the Eastern Desert. [AIN SOKHNA] Close enough to Cairo for a day-trip; this popular weekend resort has fine beaches, coral reefs, fishing and water sports. It is located about 34 Miles south of Suez, and is the nearest bathing resort to Cairo around 120 Miles east. Some hotels in Ain Sukhna are the best on the Red Sea.