Project Description


Wadi el Gemal, Egypts third biggest National Park, approximately 50 kilometres south of Marsa Alam, shelters unique landscapes, far away from mass tourism. Secluded islands lie in front of uninhabited coastal areas, on which untouched reefs alternate with mangrove forests. Not far from the ocean, the seemingly endless desert of the national park commences, in which a multitude of plant and animal species occur as well. Since it is a big concern to protect and sustain these species and the residentiary Bedouin tribes of the Ababda in an effective way, the national part engages in a multitude of projects in order to realize that mission.