El Gouna
Egypt's El Gouna is a great place to visit, especially if you like water sports like scuba diving, snorkeling, water skiing, and windsurfing. This is because there are so many beaches in the area, which offer a lot of fun things to do.
The Colored Canyon is close to the small oasis of Ain Furtaga, which is about 12 kilometers north of Nuweiba. You can get there by going back up to the Wadi Watir, which takes two hours from Sharm el-Sheikh.
Mount Sinai is a particularly significant and holy site in Egypt, as well as a sacred location in the world. The peak of the mountain is 2,285 meters above sea level. This mountain is situated in the southern portion of the Sinai peninsula, which is regarded to be the location between Asia and Africa. It is highly suggested for people who wish to try something new and appreciate the natural beauty of Egypt by climbing the mountains and admiring the scenery.
Ras Mohammed National Park
Ras Mohammed National Park is a conservation area that is the pride of Egypt. It was established in 1989 and was the country's first national park. It was established to conserve the species representatives of flora and fauna, as well as the development of these species in their natural environment. The park has a total area of 480 square kilometers, with water covering more than two-thirds of the land surface area. The park's area contains two islands – Tiran and Sanafir – that are part of the Mediterranean Sea.
Blue Hole in Dahab
The Blue Hole, popular for free diving due to its easy access directly from shore and the absence of a current, is also known to have the highest number of snorkeling deaths in the world, with approximately 130 to 200 divers have died there in recent years.
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