Bahariya Oasis الواحات البحرية

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Bahariya Oasis was named by local fisherman for a cliff that resemble a man’s profile. the water surrounding the peninsula are considered the jewel in the crown of the Red Sea. Tourists all over the world enticed by the prospect of marveling at some the worlds most...

Black & White Desert الصحرا السوداء و البيضاء

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Black & White Desert A main geographic attraction of Farafra is its White Desert (known as Sahara el Beyda, with the word sahara meaning a desert) — a national park of Egypt and 45 km (28 mi) north of the town of Farafra, the main draw of which is its rock type colored from...

Siwa Oasis واحة سيوة

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Siwa Oasis is an oasis in Egypt, between the Qattara Depression and the Egyptian Sand Sea in the Libyan Desert, nearly 50 km (30 mi) east of the Libyan border, and 560 km (348 mi) from Cairo. About 80 km (50 mi) in length and 20 km (12 mi) wide,Siwa Oasis is one of Egypt’s...

Aswan أسوان

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Aswan was named by local fisherman for a cliff that resemble a man’s profile. the water surrounding the peninsula are considered the jewel in the crown of the Red Sea. Tourists all over the world enticed by the prospect of marveling at some the worlds most spectacular coral...

Castle Zaman كاسيل زمان

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Castle Zaman  Zaman’s private beach, with its pristine sand and crystal clear waters, is the only virgin beach left in the Taba / Nuweiba area. Indeed, some of the best corals on the coast are within a short swimming distance from its shoreline. Sinai’s temperate...

Dahab دهب

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Dahab is divided into two parts: First: is the small and newer area of “Dahab City” to the south,  with a smattering of resort hotels at the “Lagoon”, the bus station, post and phone offices and a bank. Second: is “Assalah”, which runs along...

Ain El-Sokhna العين السخنة

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Ain El-Sokhna “the Hot Spring”) is a town in Suez Governorate, Egypt, lying on the western shore of the Red Sea‘s Gulf of Suez. It is situated 55 km south of Suez and approximately 120 km east of Cairo.                      Activities Hiking – Camping...

Marsa Alam مرسى علم

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Marsa Alam named by local fisherman for a cliff that resemble a man’s profile. the water surrounding the peninsula are considered the jewel in the crown of the Red Sea. Tourists all over the world enticed by the prospect of marveling at some the worlds most spectacular...

Ras El-Shitan راس الشيطان

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Ras El-Shitan named by local fisherman for a cliff that resemble a man’s profile. the water surrounding the peninsula are considered the jewel in the crown of the Red Sea. Tourists all over the world enticed by the prospect of marveling at some the worlds most spectacular...

Nuweiba نويبع

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  Historically, the area was inhabited by two different Bedouin tribes: the Tarabin to the north, and the Muzeina, some 8 km (5 mi) to the south. Since the Six Day War when Israel captured the area, Nuweiba Town sprung up just 1.5 km (1 mi) south of  Tarabin, under the Israeli...
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