Marsa Alam, in Egypt, is a Red Sea resort city. It is renowned for the sandy beaches and coral reefs. For its sea turtles and dugongs (sea cows), the U-shaped Abu Dabab Bay is popular. A coral reef is isolated from the open sea by the kite-surfing venue El Naaba Lagoon. South of the region, Wadi el-Gemal National Park includes desert, seagrass beds, reefs, and islands. Marsa Alam lines up a vast selection of beaches, from famous stretches to unblemished swaths.
The other one, Abu Dabbab Beach, is a white-sand sweep with a watersports roll call, and a reef where dugongs and giant turtles are regularly seen. The beaches at Honkorab and Golaan lie at the different of the continuum. You can find them in Wadi el Gemal National Park, in the south of the city. Here, desolate mangroves poke out still waters from the duck-pond, and for miles, there is no one around.