Nabq Protectorate is at the wide floodplains of the mountain wadis, and it is the northernmost point where mangroves can still be found along the Red Sea coast. The main tracks are either from Wadi Khrezi – marked as Wadi Kid on several maps – and from the Sharm el Sheikh suburb of Nabq, with a National Park ticket office at both. You find an informative National Park Visitor Centre, and simple huts providing fresh seafood and accommodation at the Maria Schroeder wreck and at a location known as Ghurgana.
Other names/spellings: Nabg, Nabaq, Nabag
- Nabq Protectorate: a wide and long desert plain at the foot of the mountains and the sea.
- Visitor Centre: informative and nicely presented.
- Maria Schroeder wreck: a little bay, mangroves and beach huts are found near the ship wreck.
- Ghurgana: a little bay, mangroves and beach huts.