The Rangers of Wadi El Gemal National Park

The Rangers of Wadi El Gemal National Park

We offer our visitors a world-class experience by providing them with high-quality audio and visual interpretation presentations,
Offer maps and tours that enable them to appreciate the unique ecological and cultural resources of the park.

Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark

Discover Wadi el Gemal National Park, one of Egypt’s most spectacular parks.
Wadi el Gemal (Camel Valley in Arabic), declared a protected area in 2003, is located in the Egyptian Red Sea region, 40 km from Marsa Alam and 325 km from Hurghada.

On about 7,000 km2 of land and sea, this amazing park offers its visitors the opportunity to admire the beaches lined by coral reefs and the rugged mountains.

The introduction of an ecotourism model for the Wadi el Gemal National Park was made possible by generous contributions from Veronaand Touristic Development and KfW Entwicklungsbank.
The ecotourism model for the park will be implemented through a public-private partnership between Veronaand Touristic Development and the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency and various Egyptian public institutions.

Logo - Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark
Schrift Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark

Together we want to promote ecotourism by improving the park’s infrastructure and services in a way that benefits the environment and the local Ababda Bedouin tribe. This will ultimately improve the overall marketability of Marsa Allam as a tourist destination and expand the benefits of ecotourism on a larger scale.

To achieve this, we are rehabilitating the Park’s Visitor Centre and raising awareness of the Park and ecotourism in general through various streams and activities.

The Wadi el Gemal Visitor Centre is located about 60 km from Marsa Allam. The centre offers ecotourism services to individual guests, tour operators and tourist facilities along the Red Sea coast.

Station Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark

Discover Wadi el Gemal National Park, one of Egypt’s most spectacular parks.
Wadi el Gemal (Camel Valley in Arabic), declared a protected area in 2003, is located in the Egyptian Red Sea region, 40 km from Marsa Alam and 325 km from Hurghada.

On about 7,000 km2 of land and sea, this amazing park offers its visitors the opportunity to admire the beaches lined by coral reefs and the rugged mountains.

Logo - Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark

The introduction of an ecotourism model for the Wadi el Gemal National Park was made possible by generous contributions from Veronaand Touristic Development and KfW Entwicklungsbank.
The ecotourism model for the park will be implemented through a public-private partnership between Veronaand Touristic Development and the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency and various Egyptian public institutions.

Schrift Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark

Together we want to promote ecotourism by improving the park’s infrastructure and services in a way that benefits the environment and the local Ababda Bedouin tribe. This will ultimately improve the overall marketability of Marsa Allam as a tourist destination and expand the benefits of ecotourism on a larger scale.

To achieve this, we are rehabilitating the Park’s Visitor Centre and raising awareness of the Park and ecotourism in general through various streams and activities.

The Wadi el Gemal Visitor Centre is located about 60 km from Marsa Allam. The centre offers ecotourism services to individual guests, tour operators and tourist facilities along the Red Sea coast.

Station Ranger des Wadi El Gemal Nationalpark