8 facts to know about Nabq reserve, Sharm El-Sheikh



Sat, 09 Sep 2017 - 01:07 GMT


Sat, 09 Sep 2017 - 01:07 GMT

Sunken ship – CC via Wikimedia Commons

Sunken ship – CC via Wikimedia Commons

Ras Sudr, Egypt – 9 September 2017: Nabq reserve is located in Sharm El-Sheikh, in El the Gulf of Aqaba. The place has been a natural reserve since 1992. Here is a list demonstrating why we think it was a great idea for it to become a reserve.

#1 Mountains, desert, sand dunes are all present at the reserve, especially at Wadi Kaid. You will never have enough of natural diversity.

Mountains – Sinai trekking

#2 Valleys rich with a variety of plants, highlighted by the mangrove trees, which grow right on the sea shore.

Mangrove - Wiki CC

#3 Under the water is a rich colorful, vibrant life. With astonishing coral reefs, fish and sea animals, a dive there is a beautiful experience.

Diving – wiki CC

#4 A wide array of animals are found there — from deer to camels, even foxes, to name a few. Rodents and reptiles are present too. If you are lucky enough, you will come across some of those.

Camels – Wiki CC

#5 Eagles and herons are among the migrating birds arriving there annually.

Eagle – Ahmed Waheed

#6 Nomadic tribes live in the area. You will be overwhelmed by the authenticity and wisdom once you meet them.

Tribes – wiki CC

#7 You can enjoy all types of activities there. Wether you are a nature photographer, a diver or a safari goer, you will find your pleasure there.

Resting place – Sinia trekking

#8 The highlight of the place is that it hosts extremely rare and even almost-extinct plants, making it a rare and open library for those who appreciate a place’s flora.

Overview map – Google Maps



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