The Northern Red Sea

The Northern Red Sea

The Northern Red Sea is a seawater inlet that is also a global 200 eco-region. It is the inlet of the Indian Ocean between Asia and Africa. It is said to have formed 55 million years ago.

Why it is special: The world’s largest harbour of sand, the Red Sea is considered one of the wonders of the marine world. Its rich endemic marine life, numerous plant species, fish and coral reefs add to its overall beauty. The Red Sea also contains the richest coral reef floor with 400 different types, making it a perfect place for diving and snorkelling.

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