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Aqua Blue Sharm Excursions – Day Tours

Always Popularity Indexed Top 5 in Nabq Bay and Top 10 in Sharm El Sheikh.

Aqua Blue Sharm Excursions – Day Tours  Reviewed Excellent by more than 165 TripAdvisor Traveler Visited Sharm El Sheikh, Cairo, Luxor, Petra, Jerusalem, Red Sea, Dead Sea, Sinai, Dahab, Taba, Sharm Desert Safari, Abu Galloum Area, Ras Mohamed, Tiran Island and Many of Attractions in Egypt with Aqua blue sharm excursions – day tours. 

Aqua Blue Sharm Excursions – Day Tours get Certificate of Excellence 2013 from TripAdvisor website

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Sharm El Sheikh Tourism; Diverse marine life and hundreds of Red Sea coral reef sites make Sharm El Sheikh a magnet for divers and eco-tourists. The tourist economy of this Sinai Peninsula city has grown quite rapidly over the last few decades, resulting in an up crop of first-class resorts and posh nightlife. The waters of Ras Mohamed National Park are abundant with schools of fish.

Nabq Bay Tourism; Nabq Bay is pristine and peaceful, thanks in large part to its status as a protected area. Here, mingle with dozens of species of flora and fauna amid the mangroves or dive into the sparkling water to explore the nearby coral reef. “Wild” (unguided) snorkeling is popular here-happy swimmers bob along as peacefully as the undisturbed wildlife. More adventurous travelers can venture into the desert on one of the many popular quad tours.

Red Sea and Sinai Tourism; Traditional attitudes prevail in the historic Sinai region on Egypt’s border. The triangular peninsula is divided from the rest of Egypt by the Suez Canal and the Red Sea. Craggy mountains, including 7500-foot Mount Sinai, plunge down to the waters of the Red Sea. Spectacular snorkeling and diving sites beckon from the Gulf of Aqaba to the east of the peninsula, particularly along the dramatic coastline of Na’ama Bay in Sharm el Sheikh. Camelback safaris offer distinctive desert excursions.

Dahab Tourism; This former Bedouin fishing village is now a popular tourist destination-especially for serious windsurfers, who’ll find some of the best conditions in the world off Dahab’s beaches. Long known as a laid-back, backpacker-friendly town, Dahab is becoming more developed, yet retains a casual vibe. Finally, Dahab is also home to the Blue Hole, the world’s most amazing dive site. Only very experienced technical divers should attempt passage through “The Arch” here; if you’re a novice diver, stay close to the surface.

Taba Tourism; Taba, situated on the Red Sea’s Gulf of Aqaba at the junction of Egypt and Israel, is a stone’s throw from a truly impressive range of sites. Excursions to nearby Castle Zaman provide a rare view of four countries simultaneously, and the Colored Canyon is an obstacle course ripe for exploration. The Marriott Taba Heights Red Sea Resort awaits tourists following their day trips with its very own therapeutic Salt Cave, ideal for unwinding in luxury.

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