Red Sea holidays travel in countries bordering this sea

red sea egypt
red sea egypt

Among the holidays in Egypt on the Red Sea are renowned for the beauty of the sea, coral reefs and marine life.

Red Sea Holidays
The Red Sea bathes Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Sudan. The name derives from the Red Sea, a particular type of red alga widespread in Eritrea. Geographically it is a sea between the peninsula and the African territory of Saudi Arabia, enters into communication with the Mediterranean Sea through the Suez Canal and the Indian Ocean through the Strait of Bab el Mandeb.
In correspondence of the Sinai Peninsula on the Red Sea undergoes a bifurcation dividing into the Gulf of Aqaba to the east, and the Gulf of Suez to the west. This sea is also spoken in the book of the Holy Bible Exodus is told when the crossing of the Red Sea by the Jews who fled to Egypt under the leadership of Moses to escape persecution of the Egyptians: the waters of the sea were first opened by God to let the Jews and closed after the passage of Egyptian troops in order to put in place unless the fugitives.

The fauna in the seabed of the Red Sea is very diverse, with plenty of corals, fish and various types of marine organisms. As the waters of blue and very transparent you can often observe some varieties of fish from the surface.

The mountain ranges on either side of this sea also help to create a landscape dominated by unique colors, able to impress upon the tourist’s such a positive impression to want to want to come back here for a new holiday in Egypt. The Red Sea is of particular importance today for navigation as it provides access to the Suez Canal avoiding having to circumnavigate Africa.

Famous tourist centers vacationers are the seaside resorts of Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, Marsa Alam, Berenice and Aqaba, housing, over the whole year, a considerable number of tourists, mostly Europeans who take advantage of the incredible deals on the Red Sea, proposals continuously by numerous international tour operators.