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Mangroves forest of Nabq

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Mangroves forest of Nabq

do you need a visa to go here anyone know from sharm I mean

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1. Re: Mangroves forest of Nabq


It's in Sharm, so no visa needed.

Visa details are under Top Q down the right side of the forum as well as under the tips thread.


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2. Re: Mangroves forest of Nabq

If you are independent minded and like peace and quiet, you could actually stay out one night. There are two spots along the dirt road (accessible by tough two-wheel drives) where simple huts run by Bedouin are available. I stayed at the second, at the place of Faraj el Batran, at the Maria Schröder wreck. Beautiful spot, great fish dinner and a wonderful night under the sky. It is also worth to see theNational Park's Visitor Centre, which is about 15 minutes walk from here. There are a number of ways to get there - I actually walked from town, but it is quite a long distance on foot.

Edited: 07 March 2011, 21:43
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3. Re: Mangroves forest of Nabq

Can you get a taxi from your hotel and go alone or do you have to go with a tour guide, also is their a entrance fee, we would like to visit especially if there are lots of different birds, is it far from the ROBB.


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