Photogallery: Egypt: Undersea Life
Egypt: Undersea Life
heading (paragraph): Nature
No. of pictures: 38 pictures
We are introducing a unique photographs of undersea life, which can be seen in most Egyptian resorts. This selection was recorded at the end of the summer season (September 2010), the frequency of fish, respectively their number is reduced in winter by about one third higher temperature compared to the summer months, when it warms up and the "liveliest" water about 2 feet below the surface.
Photos come from the resort of Makadi Bay near Hurghada.
Due to the relatively shallow depth sufficient for Egyptian holidays only on snorkeling gear, but without fins which can damage the corals located only a few dozen centimetres under the water.
Photo: Jaroslav Vlasak
One of most impressive submarine worlds is situated in places where human race history was written. The banks of Red Sea are firmly fixed with Biblical thema. Nevertheless, most of visitors arrive here owing to beauties and treasuries, found below sea level.
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