The Red Sea is a part of the Indian Ocean. It washes eight countries located on the Arabian Peninsula and the African continent, including such popular tourist destinations as Egypt, Jordan, and Israel. This is the warmest and saltiest sea on our planet that heats up to +35 ºC (and sometimes up to +38 ºC), never dropping below + 18 or +20 ºC.
Many travelers come to this seashore in the winter, enjoying not only its warm waters, but also the crystal-clear subterranean depths, as well as the unusually rich and diverse underwater flora and fauna. This is an ideal place for diving, fishing and taking photos.