Ras Mohamed, the first National Park in the Sinai, is famous for its underwater life and coral reefs, and so is usually visited for snorkelling and scuba diving, either by car or boat, but it is a pleasant spot even if you are not into water sports. It is the southernmost point of the Sinai Peninsula and there are a number of beaches in little cute bays, as well as lookout points. There are toilet facilities. You have to pay an entrance fee to the national park.
Other names/spellings: Ras Mohammad, Ras Mohammed, Ras Muhamed, Ras Muhammad
- Ras Mohamed National Park: a little desert peninsula.
- Ras Mohamed: a rock head with a look-out point.
- Southernmost tip: mangrove can be found in the area, and the land is cracked at places and filled up with water.
- Beaches: you find several little bays beaches.