The Red Sea was originally formed by the movement of plates on the earth’s
surface almost 30 million years ago. The outcome of this process was the
formation of the Arabian Peninsula that began to divide from Africa along a thin
line which was filled by the ocean’s water.
Tourists can take pleasure in visiting ancient monasteries, exquisite National
Parks, and enjoy plenty of seaside activities on the Red Sea. The area now
stands to be the premium attraction in the region due to its eternally charming
undersea tapestry of vivacious corals and effervescent marine life.
The Red Sea shoreline extends for 800 Km from the Gulf of Suez in the north to
the Sudanese border in the south, providing its visitors with unrivalled
experience associated with warm climate all year around, clear azure waters, and
pure blue skies.