Marsa Alam
Marsa Alam is located in the south of the Eastern Desert in Egypt on the Red Sea. It is 790 kilometers south of Cairo and about 300 kilometers from Hurghada.
     
In recent years, Marsa Alam has seen a splurge of development. There are now many three, four and five star resorts along the beach, with five star facilities soon to open. It will also have the largest marina in the Middle East, a golf course, and much more. However, in the past few years, Marsa Alam has become an important tourist destination, especially after the opening of the Marsa Alam International Airport.  
Marsa Alam is also famous of Diving sites like Elphinstone Reef, Abu Dabab Beach, Turtles Bay and Dolphin house. Its well preserved reefs offer an amazing experience of diving.