Mer Rouge

The Egyptian coast along the Red Sea and the Sinai Peninsula is a popular destination for diving. Various dive centers operate in each resort and offer runs for all levels. As in Nuweiba, South Sinai, a small town with a wide choice of dive center and many hotels, or in Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada. Djibouti and qu'Eliat in Israel are not bad for this activity. Things to see and do near the Red Sea: the inevitable. The coast of the Red Sea is experiencing a real tourist boom: resorts springing up at lightning speed. So, there are many. Red Sea attractions are its underwater they are absolutely beautiful. A multitude of colorful fish, beautiful corals and a few shipwrecks to spice things up. The chain of desert mountains bordering the Red Sea allows tourists to excursions by camel or 4x4. Be sure not to go for a ride in the desert camel accompanied by Bedouins and spend a night in a traditional tent. Main events next to the Red Sea. Sharm el Sheikh, a number of festivals are held, as well as religious and national celebrations, but also events such as fishing competition or racing camels. A tourism festival is also organized in the summer, on this occasion you will benefit from high discounts on hotels and restaurants. History of the Red Sea, cultures and traditions. The Red Sea stretches between North Africa and the Middle East, thanks to the Suez Canal became an important sea that allows browsers from Asia not to have to go around Africa to get to Europe. The countries bordering the Red Sea are: Djibouti, Eritrea, Sudan, http: /