Excursion ras mohamed via land full day from Sharm El Sheikhper enjoy and discover the incredible marine life.
Observe coral reefs with various colorful fish, take souvenir photos with God’s Gate or beside mangroves or at the edge of the earthquake rift.
Thus explore the Ras Mohammed Protectorate from Sharm, with an included full-day lunch.
The Ras Mohammed Protectorate is one of Egypt’s and the world’s most famous and popular national nature parks, with its rare marine animals and more than 1,200 different species of colorful fish, as well as coral reefs, and is located in the Gulf of Suez.
This adventure begins after breakfast with departure from the hotel in an air-conditioned car to the swimming equipment rental center, for those without, continuing on to Ras Mohammed National Park, which is about 12 kilometers from Sharm.
The entrance to the national park, called the “Gateway of God,” was designed by an Egyptian engineer after the October War, and concrete rocks were used for its construction, arranged next to each other in a very unique and special way.
The inscription “Allah” can be read both from left to right (in Hebrew) and from right to left (in Arabic).
We will stop at a beach called Suez along the coast, which offers the opportunity to swim or snorkel around coral reefs, with the possibility of encountering turtles or dolphins.
At this spot, the water is incredibly clear and warm, making it possible to see underwater exceptionally deep up to 30 meters
Mangroves are among the most controversial trees in the world, growing in salt water and having the impressive ability to desalinize salt water from the sea and turn it into fresh water. They are also a suitable refuge for many colorful aquatic crabs, particularly the blue-carapace crabs with orange limbs called “Fiddler Crabs.” The view of these particular crabs is possible depending on the high or low tide period, so a spectacular spot to stop and take truly unique photos
A short stop to admire an earthquake-caused rift, which is 42 meters long, 0.2 to 2 meters wide, and where water reaches a depth of 14 meters.
The fissure is connected to the sea by narrow underground channels, and this connection is demonstrated by the rise and fall of the sea level during tidal movements.
This is followed by a relaxing swim for 35-40 minutes at the most exciting spot in the Ras Mohammed Reservedenamed “The Enchanted Lake,” or as it is called the Wish Lake.
This is a lake connected to the sea whose water varies in color in a fantastic way for as many as 7 times a day. This is the reason why it is also known by the name “Magic Lake.”
A Bedouin tent will welcome us for a delicious lunch next to the Red Sea beach, run by local Bedouinsidel Sinai,with a tea and herbal drink tasting at the end of the meal.
Finally optional is the choice of returning to the hotel, or continuing with a visit to another beach to dive and observe again the coral reefs with the colorful fish that inhabit them.
This excursion will surely make your stay even more beautiful and exciting.
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