By Mohamed Elnjjar - Courtesy of Egyptian Tourism Campaigns Facebook page.
CAIRO - 8 September 2017: Shak al-Te'ban is a unique road in South Sinai, what was constructed in the middle of a mountain, hence that was how it received this name meaning snake's cranny. This is because the road is narrow and has many curvatures.
Despite being dangerous due to its frequent bends, the road is a very interesting ride due to its utter beauty that makes the driver feel like they are in the middle of nature.
Taba is a small town in South Sinai, which lies at the Egyptian border with Palestine.
By Mohamed Elnjjar. Courtesy of Egyptian Tourism Campaigns Facebook page