Egypt’s national reserves receive visitors during Eid al-Adha holidays

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Thu, 30 Jul 2020 - 12:34 GMT

Red Sea and North Sinai reserves - Press photo

Red Sea and North Sinai reserves - Press photo

CAIRO- 30 July 2020:  Minister of Environment Yasmine Fouad called upon Egyptians to enjoy the beautiful views of national reserves during the celebration of Eid al-Adha holiday, due to start on Thursday to Monday.

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The Minister directed the readiness of the national reserves in Red Sea and South Sinai to receive the visitors with abiding by all safety and protection procedures for the visitors and the environment alike, according to a statement from the ministry on Thursday.

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As part of the country’s strategy to encourage tourists flow after a long hiatus due to the new novel of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Egypt has recently reduced the entrance fees for all natural reserves in South Sinai and Red Sea by 50 percent. The discount will be applied on all individual trips, as well as daily cruises.

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Below are some of the natural protectorates in South Sinai and Red Sea:

 

1- Ras Mohamed Protected Area in South Sinai Governorate.

2- Elba Natural Protected Area in the Red Sea Governorate

3- Saint Katherine Protected Area in South Sinai

4- Nabq Protected Area in South Sinai Governorate

5- Abu Gallum Protected Area in South Sinai Governorate

6- Taba Protected Area in South Sinai Governorate

7- Red Sea Northern Islands

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CAIRO - 20 July 2020: As part of the country's strategy to encourage tourists flow after a long hiatus due to coronavirus, Egypt has reduced the entrance fees for all natural reserves in South Sinai and Red Sea by 50 percent. The discount will be applied on all individual trips, as well as daily cruises.

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