The natural haven of Wadi El Gamel is a national park covering 5000 square km including several islands and mountainous areas such as El Fustat Ecolodge, The Ababda Bedouin, Minerals of Gold, Coastal Marsh at Ras Baghdadi, Mangroves, Acacia Trees, & Wadi El Gemal Island and surrounded by one of Egypt's largest desert wadis and contains a number of beautiful coastal lines and wildlife. All of that waiting for you to discover with your Wadi El Gemal tour from Port Ghalib so don't miss the chance and book now!!
Wadi El Gemal
Pickup & Drop Off
Your Hotel in Port Ghalib
All Transfers from hotel in Portghalib to by Jeep 4x4
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Early 4am start, arrived by 7am. security as in Europe. Arrived at opening of Cairo Museum and had the place to ourselves for a while, saw Tut exhibition very easily.Excellent. Als...
Wadi El Gemal Tour from Portghalib Itinerary
Your adventure begins when you get pick you up from your hotel in Port Ghalib and transfer to Wadi El Gemal 45 KM from South Port Ghalib. You will head to the Valley of the Camels which is the meaning of Wadi El Gemal National Park and explore the desert with your guide. Wadi El Gemal is an extensive area of land and crystal water south of Port Ghalib offering a vision of true natural beauty. Wadi El Gemal has many diverse ecological habitats for animals and birds including several endangered species.
The shores of Wadi El Gemal are heterogeneous in nature made up of a mixture of rocky, sandy, and muddy beaches. The coastline of the park stands at about 120 km and has several important landmarks such as the headlands of Ras Baghdadi and Ras Honkorab, El Qulaan. When the time comes, you will enjoy your lunch with the local Bedouin village and watch them at the end of your Wadi El Gemal tour from Portghalib then transfer to your hotel.
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