Wildlife of Egypt, its animals and birds, rare plants and gigantic reptiles. Information about Natural Reserves, Egypt protectorates and flora and fauna. Unique nature of the Nile and Red Sea National parks.
The longest river in the world ends up in Egypt. Nile played a crucial role in the development of the country in ancient times as well as now. Learn about the Nile in Egypt, its features and historical background.
Nabq is located just 25km north of the main Sharm el Sheikh areas. This 600 km² marine reserves offer a unique opportunity to experience the nature at its best. The park stretches along the Gulf of Aqaba and is the largest coastal park in the area.
There are many different reptiles in Egypt, you can find Saw-Scaled Viper, Scorpions, rattlesnakes, Egyptian Cobra, Sand Boa and many Lizards, beside one of the most dangerous reptile - Nile crocodile.
Egypt is one of the best countries in the Middle East to watch birds since a large number of birds have been recorded here. Egypt Birds list stand at over 470 species although Egypt does not have any endemic species of bird.
Egyptian flora is represented by a wide variety of desert plants & trees, flowers and unique desert herbs. Nile Delta is a green oasis where many kinds of beautifully blooming trees and bushes are easily found.