Wadi Al Gemal in Arabic means valley of the camels, Wadi Al Gemal National Park lies in the south of the eastern Egyptian desert, south of Marsa Alam, it extends over a 4770 Sq Km in-land and over 2000 Sq km of marine area, the area was announced a protected national park in 2003.
The iconic "Gebel Sikeit" (Mount Sikeit) is one of the most visited places by tourists in Wadi Al Gemal National Park. Because of its beautiful rugged formations between basalt and granite rocks, you have a good chance to see wild camels or meet the "Ababda" tribe that lives in the wadi.
The nature reserve also includes wadis such as Wadi Abu Ghusun, Wadie el Ringa and Wadi el Ra'ada, where it is inhabited by other Ababda tribes.
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