Wadi Gemal

Wadi Gemal, Marsa Alam: Hours, Address, Wadi Gemal Reviews: 4.5/5

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
WADI EL GEMAL NATIONAL PARK is on of the most natural areas of Egypt, declared as protected area but use for creation, has many sopts of diving,bird watching, relaxing, dolphin house, safari and antiques from Roman age. We provide multi flixable Eco-program to WADI EL GEMAL, ECO-DIVING program, bird watching program, desert program, dolphin house program include transportation from everywhere in Egypt, just Email us .
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Mohamed Nawar
4 contributions
Loved this place
Oct. 2020 • Friends
Beautiful National Park! You need to hit two important spots. Ras Hankorab Beach and Mangrove Beach!

Ras Hankorab Beach (AKA Sharm Elluli) is one of the most beautiful beaches ever! The entrance is kinda hidden, but you'll find a sign for it. From the main road, you'll take a narrow, unpaved, and unmarked road. Any car can make it, but drive carefully.

Tip: Make sure to pay the National Park entrance fees (25 LE pp and 25 per car) before entering the beach. You'll find it 2 KM South of Ras Hankorab beach entrance.

Mangrove Beach is 30 KM South of Ras Hankorab. The beach is beautiful and the view is very unique

Totally worth it
Written 4 October 2020
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Nahla
Cairo, Egypt1 contribution
stunning place
Aug. 2019
wadi Gemal is part of heaven. the place is really wonderful. the color of the sea is really astonishing.
there are many snorkeling and diving spots. we went to Hankorab, sharm el lulli, mangarof.
you can go also for marine trip from hamata where you can visit dolphin house (satayah islands) which is a wonderful place.
there are alos safari trip where you can do stargazing (wonderful experience)
Written 2 September 2019
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PercyDoris
Wirral, UK77 contributions
Beautiful area with great snorkelling around Hamata Islands
Oct. 2018
Boat trips around Hamata Islands are a must, or visit Sharm El Luli. Take your own essentials to Sharm El Luli as there is nothing there to eat or drink.
Written 7 November 2018
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gracewaytravel
Luxor, Egypt42 contributions
Wadi El Gemal National Park
Oct. 2018 • Friends
Wadi El Gemal National Park "Valley of the Camels” is a national park is an extensive area of desert and coastal water lying 45 kms to the south of Marsa Alam. It is located about 2 hours’ drive from Marsa Alam airport. The park is the site of prehistoric rock art, as well as Ptolemaic and Roman ruins, and the mountain “Mons Smaragdus” is the site of small mining communities that date back to ancient Egypt
For those of you who are a little nervous, you might want to try a brief ride on a camel on your hotel beach first - this is possible at many resorts including the four star Al Nada Resort, 20km south of the airport.The park is surprisingly rich in wildlife and vegetation and also historic sites dating back to before the Roman era

Another alternative for the more nervous available on some camel safaris such as that in the Wadi El Gemal National Park is the option of a camel-pulled wagon which will take you safely through the wadis and sand dunes stopping off so you can see the wildlife or so that you can taste the local food such as bread baked on a fire in the sand or camel cheese
Written 1 October 2018
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Sohaila S
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camping
Sep. 2018 • Friends
the place is gr8 and the mangrove tree is charming , but the place is poor in facilities no good showers .........
Written 12 September 2018
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Mina F. Salib
Alexandria, Egypt29 contributions
Amazing
Jul. 2018 • Family
Amazing place, where you can see birds, wild camels, mangrove trees and crabs. It is a wonderful national park
Written 27 July 2018
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AlshaimaSharara
Egypt7 contributions
must go
Jul. 2018 • Friends
excellent food , excellent drinks , clean bathrooms , you can camp nice weather in summer not expensive at all nice welcoming people must see place
Written 8 July 2018
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S-Ziada
Cairo, Egypt76 contributions
Must go
Jun. 2018 • Family
Very nice location with sandy beach and crystal water
The location has camping facility and fresh water supply.
Written 22 June 2018
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Lina S
London, UK664 contributions
Marsa Alam 😍
Apr. 2018 • Friends
There isn’t doubt about the beauty of place ,so fabulous but when you decided to enjoy this piece of wonderful nature you have to visit far of the crowd days;,,,,,,,
Written 24 April 2018
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Nour B
Batu Caves, Malaysia34 contributions
Cool experience.
Feb. 2018 • Family
It's a place that has to be visited at least once in a life time. We at first saw the coastal line of the Wadi which is fabulous! Qulan area is one of the best spots on the red sea with breathtaking islands with white sands called the Egyptian Maldives. Then we took a jeep in the desert, saw a group of wild camels, traces of wild rabbits, a well, trees which produce natural teeth brushes and a Roman temple. There also an area where is tent is set to have a bbq, drink bedouin tea and star gaze at night.
Written 3 February 2018
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