Amidst the rich history of the pyramids and the ancient civilization, Egypt’s incredible wildlife and breathtaking nature seems to be forgotten. Therefore, it is necessary to take luxury trips to Cairo to shed some light on the country’s 28 ecosystems and number of sanctuaries.
Ranging from coral reefs to the Nile River Island and from the deserts to the mountains of Sinai Peninsula, are Egypt’s best protected ecosystems. These have recently been articulated to cater to more tourists. The maintenance of the wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, not only encourages tourism but is also very necessary for sustainable growth and development.
If you wish to run away from the city’s never ending hustle bustle, then you can come and relax amidst the chirps of a millions of birds that migrate to this protected area. Every year, a number of birds take shelter in the wetlands of Lake Qarun, an important habitat for flamingos. Moreover, the lake is also a sight for amphibians, reptiles and other species.
Another example of Egypt's beautiful ecosystem is one of the most recently declared landscapes - White Dresser protected area. It is a heavenly landscape, with unique rock formations and plains of chalk deposits. You can either take pleasure in witnessing the sun play with the rock sculptures, or you can set a night camp and dwell in the vastness of the Milky Way.
Wildlife sanctuaries like Ras Muhammad, Sha’ab Samadai are also worth visiting.