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One of the protected areas in Egypt and world-famous for diving, Ras Mohammed National Park is a cape formed by ancient corals, which you can see emerging on the surface of the sea. It is indisputably one of the most beautiful places in South Sinai.
The charming harmony golden sand and azure shores of the beautiful scenery hugs the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba, the coolest parts of the natural world. Ras Mohamed Protectorate, so called because they resemble a man’s head for him to live.
Ras Muhammad entered the possession of the protected World Heritage in 1983, an area of 480 km2, which is 12 km from Sharm el-Sheikh. A trip from Sharm El-Sheikh will take about twenty minutes, where you will reach the “God” gate of the nature reserve, a portal designed by Egyptian engineers after the October war.
It is a series of stone giant-like stones, and the granite is incredible. It was discovered by the engineer, then similar to the name of “ALLAH“, and many people are keen to visit each of the protected reserves. On this excursion, you will be amazed by the wonderful sand formations, and you will long to learn about this natural treasure!
Our ToursSharm.com Rep. will pick up you from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle in the morning at approximately 8:30 am, where we will set off for Ras Muhammad National Park from the entrance gate at Sharm El-Sheikh to start your tour of Souissi Beach.
The first stop will overlook the Gulf of Suez, then next will be Mangroves lake, which is a piece of paradise surrounded by rare mangroves that are only found in four regions in the world; here a strange kind of tree absorbs the salt from the water, showing salt on the green leaves, where you can see and feel it, visitors are prohibited from swimming in the lake, but you can take pictures.
Then it’s on to the quake-hit areas that shook Egypt for hundreds of millions of years, where she made her Canal rock called “Canal mangrove” that separates the peninsula of Ras Mohammed and the island of Baarh, and lies underneath 250 meters of water – the formed ring-like well also floats underneath the Red Sea.
The next stop is “Enchanted Lake”, where the lake combines different colors of water and many secrets; some say the lake changes the color of water about seven times a day, and that it is the Lake of wishful and thinking. Bedouins in the past swam and threw stones for wishes, as do the tourists when they visit.
We will then return you to your hotel in Sharm El-Sheikh.
Note: you have to resist all this beauty and have a commitment to the eco-tourism slogan that says “Take only photos, leave only footprints.”
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