The 90-plus pristine islands are a haven of natural beauty. 75 percent of the islands will remain undeveloped and nine have been designated as areas of special conservation interest.
Served by its own dedicated airport, the Red Sea Project will make some of the world’s most stunning natural treasures accessible to discerning travelers from around the world. With temperate climate, an average summer temperature of 32 degrees and 360 days of sunshine, the Red Sea Project will be a truly year-round destination offering visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in a pristine natural environment.
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The Red Sea Project is creating an exquisite ultra-luxury destination within a pristine 28,000 km² area. Once complete, it will offer visitors the exclusive opportunity to explore a uniquely diverse region of the world, including experiences for nature lovers, outdoor adventurers, cultural explorers and wellness seekers.
Few destinations have such diversity and wealth of treasures located close to each other - more than 200km of untouched coastline, an archipelago of more than 90 unspoiled islands, dormant volcanoes, rich nature and marine habitats, and ancient archaeological sites.