Nabq Bay is one of the world’s best environmentally-protected diving destinations, located at the southern end of the Sinai region. The Nabq area has very rich coral reefs and mangroves which shelter an exceptional animal life. The shallow and calm waters are home to small fish and interesting migratory birds.
At the far end of the bay lies an old shipwreck which offers a unique and amazing dive site. The wreck is accessible by foot but suitable shoes are necessary, as the ground is covered with shells and starfish. The wreck is the starting point of the coral reefs, which stretches along the entire coastline. Among them are Jackson Reef and Thomas Reef, which both offer a great dive and stunning seascapes.
Nabq has become a very popular tourist destination and then offers a fair range of accommodation with around twenty hotels available in the area. Not to mention that Nabq is only a twenty-minute drive away from Sharm El Sheikh international airport.