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You are expected to explore the Red Sea. Located around Port Ghalib, you will be able to discover with us real pearls of the Red Sea – The sites that are unique and now unforgettable.
- 1-day trip in the Egyptian Maldives (Sharm El Luli)
- 1-day snorkeling trip in Abu Dabbab
- 1 day– a secret beach trip- one of the hidden pearls of the Red Sea
About Sharm El Luli:
After a pick up in our hotel, we will head to the destination called Egyptian Maldives, or also known as Sharm El Luli. The place is located some 60km south of Marsa Alam town.
For GPS it’s located at approximately in 24’33 North and 35’9′ East which, as you can see from the satellite image at the page bottom, is exactly the middle of nowhere.
And that’s half the attraction – “It’s a pristine fine as talc white sandy beach that puts the Maldives in the shade. The travelers have ranked it the number one excursion on Trip Advisor.
Afterward, we will travel to Hankorag and Mangroves where you can spend time walking and snorkeling in a beautiful protected nature area, well-known for its mangrove forest, unique plant species and a bird population.
After relaxation and lunch, we will transport you back to our hotel.
You will also be able to enjoy a delicious buffet lunch served on a pristine beach of Mangroves.
About Abu Dabbab:
A visit of a hidden paradise Abu Dabbab – A beach with an unforgettable hippie vibe. It is one of the few places in the world where you can sometimes dive and swim with the endangered dugong “sea cow”.
And as if that wasn’t enough the bay is also host to giant sea turtles for whom the shallow waters serve as an invaluable nesting site and the harmless guitar shark as well as having colorful reefs, a myriad of beautiful fish, a small shipwreck and a swim-through canyon with underwater caves.
You can just wade-in to the main bay and also explore the fringing reefs directly from the beach which makes it equally suitable to snorkelers and divers of all skill levels.
Let us surprise you and take you to one of our favorite secret beaches… 😉
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