Sharm El Sheikh

On the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, Ras Mohammed National Park is home to Sharm el Sheikh’s best diving, notably Shark Reef, Yolanda Reef, and Jackfish Alley. Besides the pristine coral that awaits offshore, the land delivers empty beaches, rugged cliffs, and desert, plus mangrove swamps, salt marshes, and diverse birdlife.

The Red Sea Reef and surrounding reef areas include both fringing and hermatypic type reefs. There are over 220 species of corals accompanied by over 1,000 species of fish, 40 species of starfish, 150 species of crustaceans, and 25 species of sea urchins.

The green turtle and the hawksbill turtle are two of the sea turtles which can be found swimming amongst the reefs fairly regularly.The Red Sea is the most northern tropical sea and it stretches 1,400 miles (2,250 km) with a surface area of 169,000 square miles (438,000 sq km). The Ras Muhammad National Park only protects a small portion of the Red Sea Reef.

Riding Camel in Sharm El Sheikh Desert is really funny and great experience, with the stargazing trip you have the opportunity to check for a half an hour through the desert, then climb a hill to watch sunset and participate in a real Bedouin life. After reaching the Bedouin tent you will have some rest, drink real Bedouin tea with herbs.

You can see more than 2500 stars with your eyes. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, can also be seen across the sky from a relatively dark place, and it looks like a luminous brown road splitting the Star dome in tow halves, because we see it from the plane of its disk. The solar system is located about 27,000 light-years away from the center of the galaxy.