On land or under the sea, discover Egypt’s natural treasures
Stretching across three deserts, two seas, and the Nile Delta, Egypt has much to offer travelers looking for more sustainable, environmentally friendly ways to connect with the country through its natural heritage and its people.
Visit Egypt’s National Parks where you will find the country’s diverse ecological and cultural heritage on full display.
Eco-lodges & Diving Lodges
Get in touch with nature through staying at an eco-lodge in our desert oases and along the coastlines of the Red Sea.
Explore Wadi al-Hitan (Whale Valley), a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site, where you can see actual whale fossils and rock formations that carry the prehistoric timeline of a land that was once submerged underwater.
Go hiking and snorkeling at the spectacular Mangrove Forest in Nabq Protectorate in the Red Sea governorate.
Go birdwatching at Ashtum al-Gamil Protectorate in the Nile Delta, Egypt’s most important wetland for migrating birds
Visit the Maria Schröder Shipwreck just offshore from the Nabq Protectorate to get a unique look at a cargo ship that ran aground on shallow reefs in the 1950s.