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H2O MAGAZINE – the International face of the Red Sea !

Was launched in June 2003 by Karim Helal, Chairman of the Board. It is conceived, written and designed by experienced professionals with a mission of enhancing the Red Sea experience of visitors and locals alike. H
2O is now available bi-monthly in English featuring new faces and places, environmental news, technological innovations, health advice and a lot more.

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2O is a part of a comprehensive marketing and promotional plan to increase the competitive position of the Red Sea as a travel destination and a part of a big dream for a better Red Sea.

We want to thank all those who appealed for the return of H2O and we hope that we will continue to improve and expand with your continued backing and encouragement.

Please do share with us your views, comments, stories and suggestions as this will help us achieve our aspirations not only for the magazine but for a better Red Sea...

 

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Conservation and reef protection has for decades been the realm of conservationists and non-governmental organisations. Today, global warming and the
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New evidence in the Red Sea, the family of Pipefish’s/ Seahorses have been found at our Hurghada diving sites. The species Solegnathus
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It was one of these early and calm afternoons during the summer months, somewhere at a dive site entry along the fringing reefs of South Sinai. The
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SAILING THE DESERT

Many have expressed surprise over this new tourism that has attracted the attention of thousands of travelers from all over the world, drawing them to Egypt throughout the year, to immerse into its de...
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The Economic Value of Sea Cucumbers in the Egyptian Red Sea

Coral reefs in Egypt's Red Sea can be likened to a desert oasis: the high metabolic activity of the reef ecology system makes it a primary source of nutrients in an otherwise nutrient-poor sea. Witho...
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CRUISING THE RED SEA

With the Red Sea having a little too much of the good things on offer, it’s easy to retreat into clichés when writing about diving there. Aquamarine, turquoise, azure, pristine, crystal clear, ...
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Look But Leave

Few are the people who know that regardless of what type they are, shells serve the same purpose all around the world: they clean out impurities and make the water cleaner. In this sense we can say ...
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Discovering the creator through the colours of marine life

When Charles Darwin advanced his theory of evolution, he conceded that life may have been “originally breathed by the creator into a few forms or into one”. Earth is packed with life so abundant a...
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