Abu Maliha Valley: A destination for nature lovers



Thu, 28 Jul 2022 - 01:50 GMT


Thu, 28 Jul 2022 - 01:50 GMT

Abu Maliha Valley - file

Abu Maliha Valley - file

CAIRO – 28 July 2022: North of the city of Hurghada, in the Red Sea, 55 km away, lies the Abu Maliha Valley, which is characterized by a unique nature and a rainwater lake surrounded with palm trees.


Abu Maliha is a place with a special nature, as it is considered within the extension of Jabal Al Dukhan and Jabal Shayeb Al Banat, which is the highest peak in the Red Sea and is also called Everest of the Red Sea.




Special safari trips head to this region by specifically, as it is always meant for naturalists, explorers and geologists, because the surrounding mountains adds a distinctive rocky geological diversity to the place.


It is considered an oasis of paradise that lacks marketing and presentation, and deserves to be listed as one of the main tourist destinations.


Many workers in the tourism activity demanded permission to camp there.


Walking in Abu Maliha Valley is a pleasure that only those who practice it will feel, as they walk between greenery and water surfaces, besides the yellow sand forms an breathtaking view, resembling an artistic painting.


Rain water that falls on the mountainous heights that border the valley, led to the growth of mountain trees and palms.  



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