Ras Mohamed National Park
The boundaries of Ras Mohammed National Park extend from a point opposite the Qad Ibn Haddan lighthouse on the Gulf of Suez to the southern boundary of the Nabq Protectorate on the Gulf of Suez. The area includes the island of Tiran and all shorelines fronting Sharm el Sheikh tourism development area.
- The Eel Garden, named for its population of garden eels at 20m, also provides excellent during calm conditions.
- The Main Beach, often crowded, remains one of the best locations to see vertical coral walls. Access is restricted to the left side of the bay.
- The Old Quay, often calm but having more turbid water, has some of the best shallow water reef structure.
- Marsa Bareika, newly opened with superior corals, calm water and excellent beaches.
- Mangrove Channel - Hidden Bay are the best locations to view resident or migratory birds such as Herons, White Stark, Osprey, etc.