All the Reasons Why Marsa Allam Should be on your Bucket List This Summer
Egypt is known for being one of the most beautiful touristic destinations in both the region and the world. There are so many unique spots that one can go to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime trip. One of the most beautiful places to visit in Egypt is definitely the magical Marsa Alam.
The beautiful destination has been growing in popularity among both domestic and international tourists for all the right reasons. If you haven’t visited Marsa Alam before, then you definitely should add it to your bucket list this summer. The town is located 700 kilometers from Cairo and around 270 kilometers from Hurghada.
Marsa Alam has some of the finest beaches in the world and it’s one of the richest Red Sea destinations for coral reefs and marine wildlife. Unlike cities like Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh, Marsa Alam’s beauty is still untouched by modernity, so it’s the place to be if you want to embrace simplicity and nature.
The city has the most remarkable diving and snorkeling spots in Egypt, a true haven for divers from all over the world. In Abu Dahab Beach
Another reason why tourists love Marsa Alam is that its warm and sunny all year long. Thus, if you want to swim in the middle of winter, you can do that here.
In Trip Advisor’s 2018 Traveller’s Choice Awards, Marsa Alam’s Sharm El Luli Beach was rated among the top 25 beaches worldwide. Sharm El Luli is located within the well-known protectorate of Wady El Gemal. It is known for its extremely clear water and soft white sands.
During your stay in Marsa Alam, you won’t want to miss one of the most unearthly destinations there, Al Nayzak (The Shooting Star). Al Nayzak is a natural pool made of a unique rock formation which is believed to have been shaped by a meteorite. It’s one of the most beautiful things you’ll see in Egypt.
Tourists also like Marsa Alam because of how close it is to the ancient city of Luxor, so on the same trip you can check out Egypt’s ancient treasures along the Nile. If you’re into more than just beach tourism, Marsa Allam also has historical attractions to visit, like the emerald mines and the Temple of Seti I.