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Snorkeling boat trip to the world's famous Marine park to discover its beautiful coral reefs & colourful fishes, unique underwater life & huge variety of its creatures. Safe and supervised snorkeling for all ages is guaranteed.
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Pick up from your hotel and transfer to the jetty.
Sailing to Ras Mohammed National Park.
Lunch on board.
Back to the jetty.
About the National Park
Ras Mohammed National park was the first declared protected area in Egypt in 1983. It lies at the southern-most tip of the Sinai Peninsula, overlooking a panoramic view of the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba. A diversity of shoreline configurations and coral reef ecosystems that are internationally recognized as some of the world’s best make up is just a small part of the park’s beauty, which also features more than 1,500 marine creatures. All these make the park a famous snorkeling and diving site.
On the way to jetty
As we do pickups from all hotels in Sharm el Sheikh you do not need to worry about it. Our representative will pick up you in a due time as scheduled in your invoice in the morning and drive to the jetty. On the way we will stop at a shop where you can rent a mask, snorkel or fins if you do not yet have your own.
Our snorkeling trip to Ras Mohammed National park includes 2-3 stops at the most famous spots and coral structures of the park where you can snorkel for one hour enjoying the beauty of the Red Sea and its rich underwater life full of different species, creatures and coral formations. Lunch will be served on board during the trip on open buffet basis, soft drinks are also available. We will come back to the jetty around 5 pm, our representative will pick up you from there and drive back to your hotel.
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