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Blog About The Best of Marsa Alam

These islands in the so-called Qul’an Archipelago are fringedby breathtakingly beautiful coral formations, home to amazing sea life,including dugongs, dolphins, rays, clown fish and marine turtles. Their sandybeaches gave rise to the sobriquet ‘Egyptian Maldives’. Here’s when you can stroll those white and sandy beaches, meanwhile observing different kinds of rare birds residing on

The grey mangrove Avicenna marina is the main mangrove species growingon the coast of the Red Sea. It has the tendency to ‘fringe’, encircle, tidalwaterways. It grows on higher ground and in a wider range of environments thanany other mangrove.The Avicenna marina mangrove in the Marsa Alam area is approximately3mtrs to 8 meters average