CAIRO – 30 June 2017: The shores of the North Coast and the Mediterranean cities of Alexandria and Port Said have been known to have jellyfish, but they can be found at more shores this summer than in the past. So check out the spots for jellyfish free swimming this summer vacation.
Best known for its white sand beaches and crystal clear, multiple shades of blue water, Marsa Matrouh is a Mediterranean city that is a three-hour drive from Alexandria. Jellyfish have not (yet) gone there this summer. This destination is host to several beautiful and safe beaches to swim and relax: Rommel beach, a relaxing shore suitable for children; Palms Beach; and the legendary Agiba beach, to name a few.
Marsa Matrouh Beach – Mia wiki CC
Marsa Alam, a city along the coast of the Red Sea, is well known for its natural, virgin beauty with its vibrant colors that illuminate while diving, diverse marine life as well as wild birds to watch. Five-star hotels are present on the shores of Marsa Alam with very attractive deals all year long. Do not forget to plan a dolphin-swimming trip!
Marsa Alam Beach – Magnus Kjaergaard Wiki CC
Ras Sudr, a town located on the Gulf of Suez and Red Sea coast, is a calm spot for swimming and viewing sea animals when the waters are shallow. It is also a very good spot for water sports, especially kite boarding on the right windy day of the summer, with various centers offering services.
Ras sudr star Fish – Larusa Wiki CC
Dahab and the Blue Hole are well known internationally for swimming and for the most challenging and beautiful spot for diving. With the background of the mountains along the shore you are left between two beauties.
Dahab blue hole – max pixel CC
If you can't find a nearby shore that is currently free of jellyfish, try an Indian or Asian jellyfish dish from a Google search recipe. Remember to get some plastic gloves and make sure it’s of the transparent species. Then have your dish in the fresh breeze of the sea. Be sure to give thanks to sea tortoises for saving you some jellyfish, as they love to them too!
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