Is it safe to travel now in Egypt? many people ask this as Egypt is in the news internationally because of demonstrations here. However these protests are in small areas, not the entire country. The media focus on them and … Continue reading
If you are looking for somewhere special to stay and have never considered Dahab, this slideshow may make you think again. Dahab offers a laid back atmosphere, a spread of cafes and restaurants, great scuba diving and snorkeling, and a … Continue reading
You do not need to be a scuba diver or even snorkel to enjoy a superb day trip by boat to Ras Mohammed National Park. But if you are a diver or snorkeler, you get to see the magnificent world … Continue reading
Nuweiba is the perfect place to relax and re-balance, and Nuweiba Yoga Studio provides for your well-being in many ways. The studio is in an elegant and peaceful home.The main yoga room can comfortably hold 10 people, has windows looking … Continue reading
The third Dahab Bedouin Festival was held 21-27 April, and gave the community and visitors to Dahab many insights to Bedouin life, from way of living and law, to herbal remedies from St Katherine. Dahab visitors were treated to a … Continue reading
Some more photos from the semi-submarine trip featured in the previous post https://naturetravelegypt.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/semi-submarine-ras-katy-reef-red-sea-sharm-el-sheikh/. Glass bottom boats are another way to see the underwater world of the Red Sea.
If you don’t swim, snorkel, freedive or scuba dive, how do you get to enjoy the miraculous underwater world of Egypt’s Red Sea? A trip on a semi-submarine. Submarines are not permitted in the Red Sea, so this is a … Continue reading