Red Sea - Egypt
Treasured in Pharaonic times for its turquoise, gold and copper quarries, the Red Sea Coast, makes it attractive by white, sandy beaches and bountiful marine life.
Besides the dry, sunny climate, the main attraction of the region is the coral reefs and making it one of the worlds richest dive sites. Imagine swimming with dolphins, dugongs, or snorkelling in the magic of brightly colourful schools of fish.
Much of the Sinai’s stunning mountainous interior, inhabited by the nomadic, tribal Bedouin people, remains unexplored.
Take time to visit St Catherine’s Monastery or journey to the Suez Canal in the North. In the enjoyable climate of Hurghada, you can go underwater fishing, snorkelling, camping, and then visit the world’s largest aqua-culture museum.