Here is Egypt continues to impress us with its matchless touristic monuments. One of these monuments settled in the South Sinai Governorate, 15 km from the city of Nuweiba. It is "Wadi Al-Weshwash", which is located in Abu Galum Reserve.
A place between the mountains, where rainwater collects after torrential rains, forming a lake that resembles a natural swimming pool. The valley includes three fresh water springs, one of which was known as the "Green Lake", due to its green color obtained from the granite stones surrounding the lake. The valley was known by this name because of the sound of the wind that bounces off the surface of the mountains surrounding the water.
It is reported that the Bedouins are responsible for organizing trips to the valley, where they organize trips by four-wheel drive vehicles, and then walk to reach the valley.
And in the end, imagine that you are climbing those mountains, and then jumping into one of these eyes! There is no doubt that it will be a more than wonderful experience, right?