Wadi El-Gemal Reserve
The Wadi El-Gamal Reserve in Marsa Alam is the second largest and most beautiful nature reserve in the Red Sea.
Visits begin with Sharm El-Loly Beach, which is ranked among the top 10 beaches in the world, as it is one of the best beaches, which contains turquoise waters as well as sandy beaches.
Al-Nayzak Lake is the most important place for visits and cruises in Marsa Alam, which is located in the Wadi El-Gamal Reserve, as it is classified among the best natural attractions around the world.
The meteorite became turquoise water.
The Nayzak Lake is located 14 meters south of Marsa Alam, and it is an essential and important destination for all visitors to the city from tourists and Egyptian citizens, as it is one of the charming sites not only on the land of Egypt but in the world.
is the third area that can be visited in the Wadi El-Gamal Reserve after Sharm El-Loli Beach.
It is the Al-Qala’an area, which is the best area in the reserve, where you can watch the mangroves as well as drink the “cheese” coffee of the local residents in Hurghada, as this area is the best area in terms of comfort. Recreation, pleasure and the natural environment.
Abu Dabab Beach
is one of the important cruises in Marsa Alam city and the main and important habitat for turtles and the mermaid dowing, as that beach is the most important beach with marine creatures, and the entry ticket is 150 pounds, and you can spend a whole day inside it and work snorkeling, as well as tourism and watching turtles As well as the sea chicken.
Dolphin House “Samaday Reserve”
is the most important cruise in Marsa Alam, and it is one of the most trips in Marsa Alam and the most expensive trips because it includes swimming with dolphins in the famous Samadai Reserve, as well as having lunch on board a tourist launch at sea, where it costs from 600 to 650 pounds.
and the Samadai Reserve trip is the most beautiful cruise in Marsa Alam, where you can swim with dolphins and watch coral reefs, young dolphins and various marine creatures.