The Wadi el-Gemal National Park opened in 2005 and is a secured territory around 40 km south of Marsa Alam. The recreation center extends right around 100 km along the coastline and has mangrove timberlands, palm forests, white sand shorelines and additionally four islands, one of which is the Wadi el-Gamal Island. The recreation center likewise extends into the desert and covers a 60-km profound dry riverbed. Guided park visits are directed frequently and settlement is given in eco-lodges. What the recreation center showcases is nature getting it done and the amazing number of creatures that live in the desert, including the African jackass, Syrian ibex, wild camels, scorpions, sand felines and snakes.
The begin of Wadi Gemal has a crisp water stream that is streaming which joins with seawater framing a low saltiness swamp that in a perfect world backings reed quaint little inns palms. At within there the Balanites aegyptiaca, rule; assist inland is the Toothbrush Bush, Salvadora persica.
The Wadi El Gemal National Park (signifying "Valley of the Camels”) is a broad territory of area and waterfront water misleading the south of Marsa Alam. It incorporates numerous assorted environmental natural surroundings and a rich assortment of creature and fowl sorts including a few imperiled animal groups. The region was assigned a National Park by the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency in January 2003.
It covers an aggregate of nearly 5,000 square kilometers including a few islands, a stretch of mangrove rich coast line and a broad uneven territory inland which encompass one of Egypt's biggest desert channels.
The Wadi El Gemal acts to channel any water from the mountains towards the coastline however some is caught underground which is a key component supporting the zone's energetic environment.
The valley is most effectively gotten to by a passage from the coast street around 45km south of the residential community of Marsa Alam.
Desert Safari Excursion Program
Leave your inn by private auto at 14.00.
Investigate the desert in a 4x4 vehicle.
Have an unwinding tea soften up the mountains.
Investigate the desert by camel or quad bicycle.
Watch the sun set over the Sahara.
Eat in a Bedouin town.
Watch an astonishing snake appear.
Also, conventional bedouin singing and moving.
Come back to your lodging at around 20.00.