The Red Sea Coast

"…That exquisite corridor of tinted mountains and radiant water… here and now here else, is the vestibule between the Levant and the Tropics."

E.M. Forster describing the Gulf of Suez, 1923.

Egypt's Red Sea coast runs from the Gulf and Suez to the Sudanese border. Its mineral-rich red mountain ranges inspired the mariners of antiquity to name the Sea Mare Rostrum, or the Red Sea.

Today, the crags and limestone wadis of the Eastern Desert remain relatively unexplored, home to herds of ibex and gazelle. But the Red Sea itself, dotted with coral reefs,fringed by ancient ports, teeming with underwater life, has a rich maritime history which stretches back to Pharaonic times.


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