Welcome to Marsa Alam - Red Sea
In the remoteness of Egypts southern Red Sea is the pristine region of Marsa Alam, one of our planets most exotic destinations. Intriguing in the diversity of its marine flora and fauna, this region is considered one of the worlds most important repositories of marine biodiversity. Equally rich in culture and history, the southern Red Sea is an archive of ancient mysteries and forgotten trade routes, wrecks, and Pharaonic and Roman historical sites. It is one of those very rare places where coral reef gardens, desert adventure, and cultural and historical exploration combine in the getaway experience of a lifetime.
Brayka Bay Reef Resort and Royal Brayka Beach Resort arebeautifully constructed around Marsa Brayka (Marsa=Bay), well known in the area of Marsa Alam as a wonderful spot for snorkeling and diving with easy entrance to the water over the beach. A private bay with house reef is the exception on the Red Sea shore of Marsa Alam. Most of hotels are constructed on the reef plateau with no entry or difficult entry to the sea.
Brayka Bay Reef Resort was open in July 2004. It is 43 km away from Marsa Alam airport, 18 km away from Marsa Alam down town and 265 km south of Hurghada, the capital of the Red Sea Governorate.
It is located on an ideal spot overlooking a marvelous bay with its own house reef and very near to the most spectacular diving spots on the Red Sea.
Marsa Alam road, 18 km north of Marsa Alam town, Red Sea, Egypt