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The Russian visited the “neezzazhenny” resort of Egypt and was delighted: Opinions: Travel: Lenta.ru

A reader of the “Subtleties of Tourism” visited Marsa Alam and admired the beauty of the underwater world

A Russian tourist visited Marsa Alam, not the most popular Red Sea resort, and was delighted with the rest. Holiday impressions in Egypt he shared with the portal “Subtleties of tourism”.

First of all, the traveler noted that the resort is famous for its underwater world, which surpasses the famous Ras Mohammed reserve in Sharm el-Sheikh in beauty and richness. So, the Russian was delighted with the high level of the diving center in the hotel, namely the new equipment, “thought out to the smallest detail locations” and professional instructors. In addition, at the reception one could see a catalog of dangerous fish that should not be touched.

“Another advantage is deserted beaches, lack of crowds of tourists, high-quality and authentic souvenirs, not Chinese junk, as well as attractive prices. A new unused “excursion” (again, the prices are adequate), Wadi Hammamat and Abu Simbel, for example, ”a portal reader spoke about the advantages of the place.

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Nevertheless, the tourist admitted that he had to get to Marsa Alam by bus from Hurghada, since direct flights from Russia there is no resort, and domestic flights are difficult to dock with package tours. Eight days of rest in a five-star hotel cost him 115 thousand rubles for two.

“We had a good rest, but the road, of course, is still difficult. If you don’t like diving and excursions, then it’s better not to choose this direction for now – you will be disappointed, ”the Russian warned.

Earlier in October, a Russian tourist visited in Egypt at the hotel of the well-known chain Movenpick and called the eco-concept of the hotel “ordinary redneck”. He also complained about “Spartan” living conditions due to old plumbing and worn furniture.

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