Marsa Alam Travel Guide
About The City Of Marsa Alam
It is in the non-commercial town of Marsa Alam, where visitors can experience utter serenity radiating from nature’s harmonious shades of blue. Its sapphire beaches and unsurpassed underwater world ornament the town, placing it as Egypt’s top diving destination.
Strolling down the town’s lively promenade, surrounded by posh resorts narrates a success story of a small fishing town -once primitive with an underdeveloped stone harbor – managing to grow rapidly to set itself as Egypt’s new tourist magnet competent to rival bustling towns like Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada.
Marsa Alam is located 790 km south of Cairo and enjoys a unique location on the Red Sea’s extended coast. Its pristine coastline extends 100 Km, unfolding underwater treasures of soft and hard corals, as well as a rare marine life ideal for enthusiastic scuba divers.
Sunny weather and good wind conditions draw windsurfers excited to drift on the Red Sea’s pleasant coast, while embraced by picturesque mountains. Families and individuals can enjoy relaxing on its gold, sunny beaches for an ultimate recreational experience.
The ongoing construction of new luxury resorts and the inauguration of its International airport have recently allowed visitors from Europe, and the U.S. to explore the promising town and indulge in its tranquil, intact nature.
So, be prepared to leave the crowd behind you to experience virgin shore beaches, swimming with friendly dolphins and experiencing a matchless marine life in a non-commercial and recreational town, awaiting exploration.