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Dolphin Bay Sataya Trip Marsa AlamSale! £0.00 – £65.00 "inc. Vat"On the sea trip to Dolphin-Bay Sataya from Marsa-Alam, you can swim with dolphins in the open sea and see the beautiful coral reefs and fish. The trip will combine a sea picnic, two snorkelling stops and onboard lunch. The trip price will include lunch and soft drinks.Select options
Marsa Mubarak Boat Trip Marsa AlamSale! £0.00 – £45.00 "inc. Vat"You will have a picnic through the Red Sea on the sea trip to Marsa Mubarak from Marsa Alam. Somewhere, you will do two stops in the open sea for swimming and snorkelling with masks and flippers. Within these two stops, you will lunch on the boat. The trip price includes transfers, snorkelling equipment and lunch.Select options
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These sea excursions are of two major types: shore and boat trips. Shore trips, or beach trips, take place on the coast of the sea. Usually, there is no need to use a sea vehicle to get deep seawater. Contrarily, the boat trips take place on a sea vehicle to get the open water or some islands.
Undoubtedly, the primary purpose of making such trips is to enjoy marine life from the shore or in open water. However, these trips do widely vary when considering the type of activity they offer. Thus, we can divide the sea trips into Marsa Alam according to the following classifications:
Snorkeling trips in Marsa Alam
Snorkelling is a popular recreational activity in Egypt, particularly at the tropical resort of Marsa Alam. It appeals to all ages because of the little effort needed. The primary appeal to this activity is the opportunity to observe underwater life in a natural setting without the complicated equipment and training required for scuba diving.
Usually, tourists extend their snorkelling experience by choosing to do the activity in the open sea. Some snorkelling trips head to nearby beaches where the sea is full of corals and sea habitats. For example, the sea trip may head to Sharm El-Luly Beach, where the sea is fantastic and full of corals and fish to snorkel on it. Alternatively, they may lead to Abu Dabab Beach.
Many tourists prefer to snorkel in the open sea. To do this kind of trip, you need to locate yourself on one of the boats heading to Hamata Islands, Abu Dabab Bay, Marsa Mubarak, Sataya dolphin reef, or Sharm El-Luly. A boat trip from Marsa Alam is another option.
Diving trips in Marsa Alam
Diving is one of Marsa Alam’s popular sea activities. The city offers tourists several exciting options to do such an activity. These options vary widely in the destination they head to and the location where they occur. For example, Diving can take place on the beach or in the open sea. You can go Diving in the open sea in various sea sites where marine life is amazingly colourful. Of course, It lets you fully explore and experience the exquisiteness of the Red Sea.
Sea-Related Trips in Marsa Alam
Marsa Alam offers tourists to enjoy watching coral reefs and fish without getting their feet into the water. These sea-related trips take place on board semi-submarines.