Marsa Nakari – Marsa Alam

Description

Marsa Nakari

One of the three safe havens operated by the Red Sea Diving Safari company, Marsa Nakari is a charming village featuring a sheltered bay just 18 Km South of Marsa Alam city. Its main appeal is its proximity to the Samadai protectorate (Dolphin House) – one of the Red Sea’s most important national parks. The coral reef system of this off-shore reef and the dolphins that inhabit its lagoon are one of the Southern Red Sea’s most popular attractions. Marsa Nakari offers exclusive access to this beautiful site by day boat.

 

Promoting eco-tourism and sustainability, Marsa Nakari also provides access to another national protected site – Wadi el Gemal. This Reserve and its delta are the central theme of the terrestrial reserve area, while the marine component of the protected area encompasses a strip of coastal marine waters featuring patches of mangroves, as well as a number of marine islands (the Hamata archipelago and Wadi El Gemal Island).

 

Marsa Nakari is also a historical site dating back to the Roman times; known to the ancients as the port of Nechesia. The remains of its ruin are still present atop a hill towards the Southern end of the bay.

 

Being a small village with a maximum occupancy of 120 people; a dedicated staff offers a more personalized service. Expect the silence and serenity of the desert atmosphere and the world-renowned beauty of the Red Sea reefs. Marsa Nakari is a lovely holiday for those seeking to experience Marsa Alam’s true heritage

 

Tents
The tents are in the center of the village and the interior is 3.5×3.5 meters with hand-made furniture, lighting, electricity outlet and a seating area just outside with sea view. Tents are available with 2 single beds and share a communal bathroom facility (please bring your own towels for shower and beach use).

Royal Tent
The Royal Tent is the most popular accommodation option and an integral part of the minimal impact concept. The interior is 5×5 meters and well furnished with a mini-fridge, fan, bean bag chairs and table, and a seating area just a few meters from the shoreline. Royal Tents are available with a double bed or two singles and share a communal bathroom facility (please bring your own towels for shower and beach use).

Hut
The Huts are simple, dome-roofed rooms, measuring 3.5 x 3.5 meters. They are set on the hill overlooking the shoreline and offer uninterrupted sea views. They feature two single beds, bedside table with a lamp, a wardrobe, and a fan. Huts share a communal bathroom facility (please bring your own towels for shower and beach use).

Chalet
The Chalet is a standard room overlooking the spectacular mountains on one side and the Red Sea on the other. There are terraces on either side with breathtaking views and every room enjoys an unobstructed sea view. The Chalets are 4×6 meters and feature either double beds or singles, a wardrobe, side and dressing table and a fan. The Chalets feature en-suite bathroom and towels are provided for showering (please bring your own towels for beach use).

Property Types

Type Name Type Price Type Options
Tent 400 EGP/Night Daily housekeeping service Laundry service Guaranteed sea view Sunrise view Shower gel & handwash provided in public bathrooms Frequent public bathroom cleaning
Roya Tent 560 EGP/Night Mini-fridge Fan Beanbag chairs & table Daily housekeeping service Laundry service Mosquito nets Guaranteed sea view Sunrise view Shower gel & handwash provided in public bathrooms Frequent public bathroom cleaning
Hut 560 EGP/Night Daily housekeeping service Laundry service Mosquito nets Guaranteed sea view Sunrise view Shower gel & handwash facilities provided in public bathrooms Frequent public bathroom cleaning Wardrobe Side & dressing table
Chalet 720 EGP/Night Wardrobe Laundry service Mosquito nets Side & dressing table Fan Daily housekeeping service, twice daily housekeeping service upon request Two terraces Mountain & sea view Sunrise & sunset view
0 EGP/Night

Amenities

  • sea view
  • breakfast

Additional Notes

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