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Coral Beach Nature Reserve

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Coral Beach Nature Reserve

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You absolutely will not find another tour out there as packed with activities and attractions as this one. You will also not find another tour out there that offers it all "FIRST CLASS," yet for a relatively low price. We have thousands of travelers taking this specific tour every year-and that's because no competitor can beat us on quality, price and substance. Below are just some examples of what you will see and do on this tour:<br><br>► Sightseeing Tours Leaving From Jerusalem: Landmarks, Streets &amp; Souks<br><br>► Daytrips to Spiritual Places Such as Jesus' Birthplace, Jesus’ Childhood Hometown &amp; the Garden Bahá‘í<br><br>► Floating in the Dead Sea<br><br>► Seeing the Archaeological Remains at Hisham’s Palace, Masada &amp; Petra<br><br>► Snorkeling in the Red Sea<br><br>► Jeep Tour in the Valley of Wadi Rum <br><br>► Delicious Food<br><br>► Rich Culture<br><br>► Enjoyable Hotels<br><br>And Much Much More...
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Warren I wrote a review Jul 2020
Modi'in-Maccabim-Re'ut, Israel2 contributions
Incredible snorkeling. Saw amazing fish, a huge octopus, large stingray. Beach was clean, not crowded and ample parking
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Lancellot wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom110 contributions52 helpful votes
I visited in July 2020 and you need to be aware that half of the snorkelling trail is cordoned off as a bridge out to the coral reef is broken. There is extremely limited snorkelling and access to the impressive Moses Rock is not practical. Due to COVID, you also need to book in advance on the National Park website. It is still a great place with great facilities.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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clevafatboy wrote a review Apr 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom11 contributions20 helpful votes
I am a keen snorkeler, and had looked forward to visiting Eilat for a long time, having been south of the border in various Egyptian resorts many times. I have also snorkeled/scuba dived in lots of places around the world, but none can better the Red Sea for an easy, close to shore experience. So it was an enormous disappointment when I paid to get into Coral Beach, only to find that the reef was actually cordoned off with a string of floating buoys, so you had to swim maybe 5 - 10 meters away from it. I didn't even bother getting in the water! To be fair, somebody who hasn't snorkeled before might have loved it because they didn't know any better, but I would recommend Taba Heights, Sharm El Sheik and Hurghada for a much better dip in the Red Sea.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ewa molik wrote a review Mar 2020
Lublin, Poland67 contributions11 helpful votes
The Reserve is a part of the National Park's network - which is worth remembering: paying your entrance fee helps protecting the fauna & flora in the entire country, instead of supporting rather noisy beach clubs. On the pros side: - I visited in December - the place was not at all crowded, only the tourist, it seems, dare to swim at this time of the year. - the access to the water throught the bridges, easy and safe - if you're even new to snorkelling - you can use the ropes along the reef to keep you stationary - and the SIGHTS underwater - the fish, the coral, the colours, the combination of all this together, literally at the distance of a handreach is UNFORGETTABLE and breathtaking On the cons: - unless you do not have your own snorkelling equipment, you need to rent one. Not quite sure in December this was quite open; - the water in December can get cold unless you have a diving suit
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Date of experience: December 2019
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N t wrote a review Mar 2020
Haifa, Israel13 contributions8 helpful votes
We were a couple and two kids. Snorkeling equipment can be rented. Diving is available. The underwater sights are amazing. The water is at a temperature that allows this year-round activity.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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