An ideal year round destination
The Emerald Mines at Wadi Gimal, date back to the time of the Pharaohs, when emerald and gold was mined here. You can experience a real life history lesson as you explore the cramped conditions that this ancient civilisation had to endure, a really fascinating and educational day out.
A desert excursion is a fascinating way to experience the traditional Bedouin lifestyle whilst on holidays in Marsa Alam. Trek into the desert on horseback or camel, or even a jeep or quad bike and experience the endless sand dunes, rugged canyons and rocky outcrops of the desert terrain. Enjoy the hospitality of the Bedouin people as the day fades and the stillness of the air creates an eerily silent atmosphere, a once in a lifetime experience.
Excursions can be taken into Luxor or Cairo but these will often involve an overnight stay or a very early start!
Hotels in Marsa Alam are mainly built around Coraya Bay and offer 3, 4 and 5 star standards. Many have children’s clubs, sports facilities and excellent entertainment packages, with the new Marsa Alam airport ensuring transfer times are kept to a minimum.
The excellent climate in this part of the world ensures year round temperatures that regularly top 30 degrees during our coldest months making it an ideal winter destination. So whatever time of year you decide to visit, book your holidays to Marsa Alam at Latedeals.co.uk today, and discover this wonderful resort before everyone else in the world gets there.
Places to Visit
Diving or snorkeling
The warm crystal clear waters around the resort have some fantastic dive sites that are teaming with colourful marine life and coral reef. One of the most popular is Elphinstone Reef
Wadi El Gemal National Park
The Wadi El Gemal National Park is not only is it one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse parks in the country, but it is the third largest park in the East Arabian Desert and is one of the most captivating eco adventures in Egypt. Learn about a large variety of plants as well as the inhabitant who survived in the harsh conditions for many centuries