Currency in Ras Sudr


Places To Go In Ras Sudr

While being in Ras Sudr you still can spend a great time wandering between amazing places around the city. Here is our recommendations for thee places.

Hamamat Pharaon

115 Km away from Ahmad Hamdi Tunnel, You really have to see Hamamat Pharaon yourself to understand the intensity this place posses. The landscape is absolutely breathtaking; the delicate carving in the rocks is so immaculately sculptured, making it a sight to marvel at for ages.

But it is not just all about relaxation and meditation at those royals springs as if you are into a more adventurous approach to your trips, the surrounding area is full of attractions and activities that will capture your heart.

Climb a mountain, hav the off the beaten track camping experience, explore the area with its fascinating and colourful mountains and valleys. 

Eyoon Mousa

Just a 14 Km from Ahmad Hamdi Tunnel, another natural wonder, Eyoon Moussa is a hot spring containing idiom and sulphur, known to be a good remedy for skin conditions and rheumatism, and apparently a hub for the cures of nature, there’s so much more than remedies at these miraculous sites.

A location that heals the body should heal the mind and soul as well, and Ras Sudr, especially Eyoon Moussa, is no exception. Its minimalism is so refreshing that it easily let you escape from the noise and clutter of modern living.

Eyoon Moussa also has special religious importance, as it is where Moses escaped from the Pharaoh and his army. Go to empty your mind, or just enjoy your beautiful surroundings with your fellow travellers. There’s nothing quite like an experience stripped of distraction, and just you and your close ones around. 

Ein Malha 

80 km away from Ahmad Hamdi Tunnel, Ein Malha springs are not only a beautiful location for some nature sightseeing, but they are also believed to have cured several diseases over the years.

The miracle sulfate hot water found in the springs with temperatures ranging from 42 degrees Celsius to 73 degrees Celsius are said to be a source of healing and physiotherapy for ailments relating to bones, joints, rheumatism, paralysis, etc.

Locals commemorate this natural phenomenon by holding festivals where they take baths and drink the springs miracle water to celebrate good health and longevity. But whether you are looking for a remedy or just a breathtaking sight worthy of some stunning photos, Ein Malha is definitely a spot to visit.

The palm trees surrounding the springs and the untouched location is a pure piece of nature; somewhere you can sit, relax, and get back in touch with the bigger picture.

Ein Yirga

50 Km away from Ahmad Hamdi Tunnel, If you think Ras Sedr is not a winter-time retreat, Ein Yirga, should make you think again. What is better than soaking in hot mineral-rich spring water when the temperatures are low?

It is the ultimate detox, and medically speaking one that improves your digestive system and skin problems. Not only that but if you are a self-confessed adrenaline junkie, Ein Yirga is located in a little charming valley, so doing a 30 meters dive into the hot spring water is very possible.

The spot was developed by the Egyptian Government as a tourist area, but now locals and tourists alike visit Ein Yirga for a little downtime and relaxation, so make sure to visit and enjoy everything the sights has to offer