Marsa Alam is a tourist resort located in the southern part of the Red Sea, about 270 km south of Hurghada. Trips to Marsa Alam are mainly made by families with children, seniors, looking for a relaxing break and divers.
In addition to exotic fish, you can see turtles and dugong (sea cows) in the coastal waters. During holidays in Marsa Alam, the bay of Abu Dabbab (bay of turtles) is the most visited by tourists. Here, you are almost guaranteed to meet a stunning turtle or two. Snorkellers and divers love to visit Marsa Alam as well as those just wanting to relax in the sun.
Close to the Sudanese border there is an almost untouched coast with beautiful bays and mangrove forests. Holidays in Marsa Alam guarantee you beautiful, picturesque landscapes - here dominates the wonderful sandy beaches, the desert and the clear turquoise sea.More