The reserve is located at the confluence of the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba. The eastern edge of the Ras Mohammed basin is a rocky wall with the waters of the Gulf, where there are coral reefs. Ras Mohammed is characterized by coral reefs located in the depths of Ras Mohammed's waterfront and colorful fish
The reefs are surrounded by Ras Mohammed from all its sea sides and form a unique formation. This formation has a great impact on the formation of natural life in the region. The earthquakes also form the water caves at the bottom of the island. Birds and important animals such as Nubian antics in mountainous regions, small mammals, reptiles and insects, which appear only at night, and the reserve is home to many important birds such as balsonas and gulls.
When visiting Egypt, don't drink the tap water - it's highly chlorinated. ... It's a similar situation in Egypt. It is advisable to drink bottled water during your entire holiday. That is why I would advise strongly that you don't drink the tap water and use it only for washing and brushing your teeth.