Holidays to Marsa Alam
The main draw to this small town is the diving. A number of boats are moored just off shore while hotels have popped up providing entertainment between trips to the dive sites. The rugged coastline makes this perfect for divers of all skills. In the centre is the town, which is now flanked to the north and south by modern developments providing everything a modern traveller could want. It’s also used as a base to explore the Eastern Desert.
Abu Dabbab beach
With soft white sand you’d be tempted to spend your day sunbathing. But the watersports will soon have you in the sea.
Located on the Wadi Gemal National Park to the south of town, is this remote beach. It has mangroves in the waters.
A new marina development in the north of the town. The streets mix international restaurants and high-end shopping.
Wadi El Gamal
The ‘Valley of the Camels’ is within the Wadi Gemal National Park. It has an ancient emerald mine worth exploring.
Diving is the main attraction due to the great reefs. Elphinstone Reef is the best, but find dolphins at Samadai Reef.
This huge waterpark has plenty of slides and pools. Book tickets in advance and get half price for children under 14.
The marina development is filled with high-end restaurants. You can eat everything from local to international cuisines.
This stew is filled with Egyptian spices. The village serves the best versions, filled with the green leaves.
Most entertainment revolves around the hotel and their beaches. Some will put on shows with music.
Occasionally, a hotel or local group will organise a beach party. These usually involve a fire, some music and dancing.
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