Pickup from your hotel in the morning after breakfast at about 8:30 am, driven for approximately half an hour from Sharm El Sheikh, where you will arrive to Ras Mohamed National Park, and there we will start the trip.
Our first stop will be at the gate of Ras Mohamed "Allah Gate" which designed as a huge letters says Allah in Arabic & English. It's an opportunity to take nice pictures there with the background of the gate. Then we will make a quick stop in a Panorama area, for a fantastic view there with the view of the Rainbow colors above the sea.
The next stop will be at the main beach which called Suez Reef beach, it's overlooking the Suez Gulf. And there you can do snorkeling for about 30 minutes. Then we will move to the Mangarove Trees, which grow out of the salt rich water of the Red Sea, as the strange of these natural trees, is that it takes the salt from the contents of the water of the Red Sea and get it out on its leaves. and it also grow out in these soil which is very poor for plants to grow out. Also you will see there some kinds of Crabs.
You will then be taken to visit the Magic Lake "The Wishes Lake" and there you will sea a fantastic view of Sand, Water with it's different colours, Mountains, and the Sky, with a chance to do swimming without your mask, as it's a lake with no corals or fishes. Then you will move to the Earthquake Cracks, which caused by earthquakes happened thousands of years ago, the biggest of them is approximately 40 m length and 0.20-1.5 m in width. Within the cracks, there are pools of water, some with a depth of over 14 m.
Snorkeling in very nice area has lots of corals, reefs and coloured fishes. Then we will climb up stairs to the Panorama Area, to have a look through a telescope there to have a look at Ras Mohamed national park through that telescope, and also through it you will be able to see a part of Sharm El Sheikh "Hadaba". and on that top you will take wonderful pictures for the Park, sea and yourselves. Finally we will transfer you back to your hotel after the lovely time in Ras Mohamed National Park.
About 20km west of Sharm El Sheikh on the road from Al Tor lies the headland of Ras Mohammed National Park, named by local fishers for a cliff that resembles a man’s profile. The waters surrounding the peninsula are considered the jewel in the crown of the Red Sea. The park is visited annually by more than 50,000 visitors, enticed by the prospect of marveling at some of the world’s most spectacular coral-reef ecosystems, including a profusion of coral species and teeming marine life. Most, if not all, of the Red Sea’s 1000 species of fish can be seen in the park’s waters, including sought-after pelagics, such as hammerheads, manta rays and whale sharks.
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