Port Ghalib Travel Guide

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Port Ghalib is located at Marsa Alam, along the Southern Red Sea Coral Coast of Egypt, 67 kms south of Quseir City.  

It is very easy to reach by air with its international airport (Marsa Alam Airport is 5 minutes distant) and by sea from  its international marina.

Port Ghalib is an international destination, a premier integrated resort community of distinction, activity and variety.

Port Ghalib attracts family holidaymakers, yachtsmen, marine sports enthusiasts, golfers, tennis players and fitness tourists, as well as the business traveler, eco-tourist, and adventurer.

 Port Ghalib attracts these individuals through its uniquely beautiful coral reefs, its desert oasis, its mountains with fauna and flora, and the ancient monuments in the local area and adjacent Nile valley.

The heart of Port Ghalib is the marina and corniche waterfront area with yachts from around the world, its many restaurants and cafes, shops and boutiques and its rich variety of Oriental and Egyptian arts and crafts in the souk, harking back to the ancient trading days.

Port Ghalib offers an ‘entertainment island’ including a multiplex cinema, food court, virtual reality center, amphitheatre, bowling alley, disco, galleries, boutiques, shops, cafes, bistros, and jazz clubs. Sports activities include diving, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing, golfing, tennis, squash, jogging, cycling, and horse riding.

Also Port Ghalib has been licensed by the Egyptian government as the only South Red Sea marina from which safari boats may make direct trips to these marine parks and some of the Red Sea,  and the world’s,  most famous marine parks are accessible from Port Ghalib including Daedalus Reef, Brothers Island, Zabargad Island and Rocky Island.

Part or or all of this text stems from the original article at: Factsheet-Port Ghalib Eng.pdf