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Hurghada is the oldest resort in the state of Egypt, located on the Red Sea, it is home to many coral reefs and fish that attract tourists from all over the world, and Hurghada originated as a fishing place, then it turned into a resort that provides food directly to tourists, as Hurghada is the first tourist destination for Europeans The Northerners, because of its white sandy beaches and blue skies throughout the year, and among the most famous main attractions that can be visited in Hurghada:
Umm Qamar Island
Umm Qamar Island is located 9 km north of Giftun Islands, and this island is famous for three coral towers full of distinctive coral reefs, which is surrounded by a large group of fish, in addition to a wreck length of 25 meters, and this island can be reached easily by using a boat from Hurghada, So that tourists can enjoy scuba diving and snorkelling.
Marina Hurghada is a new addition to the central area of Sigala, which is the main destination for dining in the city, in addition to being one of the most popular sites for hiking and sunset, as it is home to many cafes and restaurants that have views of the yachts located on the Red Sea Sight.
The Gopal Strait is a narrow strip of water trapped between the Red Sea coast and the western coast of the Sinai Peninsula, and it is one of the most famous tourist destinations that can be reached from Hurghada, and this Strait was characterized by the vast coral reefs that served as an obstacle for seafarers and transported them through the water, and from The most famous diving site in the strait is the wreckage of the World War II Thistlegorm.
Sharm El Sheikh is a city (resort) located on the southeastern coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, and referred to as Solomon Bay. This city has gained modern importance due to its strategic location on the narrow entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba, which is located 23 kilometers northeast of the Gulf Sharm El-Sheikh is near the Strait of Tiran, and Sharm El-Sheikh is famous as a popular site for diving and snorkeling, because of its clear waters and wide coral reefs, and the most famous attractions that can be visited in Sharm El-Sheikh:
Ras Mohamed Reserve
Ras Mohamed National Park is considered one of the most beautiful diving sites in Sharm El Sheikh, it is home to beautiful beaches that provide excellent diving sport opposite the beach, in addition to owning a salt lake, and many beaches including Aqaba Beach and Old Quay Beach, and tourists can also head to the highest observatory area Observe the Sharks, which is located just above the southern edge of the Ras Mohamed Reserve, which provides a wonderful view of both sides of the Red Sea.
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Ras Umm Sid site is considered one of the best diving sites in the Sharm El Sheikh region. This site is characterized by an amazing forest that hosts many types of coral reef fish. This forest is located opposite the Royal Paradise Hotel, and its depth is between 15-40 meters, and can be reached via the beaches or Boats.