View of Ras Abu Galum at night, Egypt, May 6, 2017 – Wikimedia/Abanobhakim View of Ras Abu Galum at night, Egypt, May 6, 2017 – Wikimedia/Abanobhakim

Today’s trek in Ras Abu Galum National Park

Wed, Dec. 20, 2017
CAIRO – 20 December 2017: Go on the perfect trek in Southeast Sinai’s Ras Galum National Park.

Ras Abu Galum is a clear definition to living in a big city puts major places and shores in focus to other many prosperous destinations that are still hidden between city’s outskirts and main roads.

Ras Abu Galum National Park, which lies between Dahab and Nuweiba in the East coast of south Sinai, is one of three national parks in Southeast Sinai that covers 500 kilometers squared and 300 meters in depth.

It is considered to be a diving site of 30 meters (100 feet) to suit divers of all experience levels. Diving here is starts with a sandy slope that descends from the shore with the reef wall starting on both sides in a way that supports the presence of a lot of pinnacles, dramatic rock formations and a various marine life. Meanwhile, the northern side of the site is famous for its coral gardens.

Ras Abu Galum is a balanced eco environment, where the desert embraces mountains and valleys, as marine life holds a variety of coal fees and colored fish to get lost in. All of these are driven by glamorous wildlife housing various wild animals, like foxes, gazelles and many reptiles to give visitors a taste of the Bedouin life there.

On the edge of the National Park of Ras Abu Galoum is a bedouin Village on the beach of Ras Abu Galum. It offers a memorable style of accommodation. It might not be the very best but, surely, it is unique. In this accommodation, you can bring your own sleeping bag, and you have the choice between sleeping outside under the stars or in a tent.

Photo1- Shore of Ras Galum, Sinai – Panoramio

Photo 2 – Abu Galoum Protected, Nuweiba, South Sinai, Egypt September 18, 2015 – Wikimedia/Mohamed

3-Wadi_El_Rayaan_,_El_Fayoum Wadi El Rayaan , El Fayoum ,South Sinai, Egypt September 18, 2015 – Wikimedia/Mohamed
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