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Snorkeling Guide

Coral reefs and marine life are delicate ecosystems that can be easily damaged. Touching or disturbing marine life, including coral, can harm or even kill the organisms and disrupt the balance of the ecosystem.

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Safety:

Some marine species, such as certain types of coral and sea creatures, can be harmful or even dangerous to humans. Touching them can result in stings, bites, or injuries.

 

Legal Consequences:

In many countries, including Egypt, it is illegal to touch or harm marine life, including coral reefs. Violating these laws can result in fines or other penalties.

 

Preservation for Future Generations:

Practicing responsible snorkeling and diving ensures that future generations can also enjoy the beauty of the underwater world. By avoiding contact with marine life, we help protect it for the long term.

To promote responsible snorkeling and diving in Egypt and elsewhere, here are some guidelines to follow:

  • Do Not Touch Anything: Refrain from touching or handling any marine organisms, including coral, fish, and other creatures. Maintain a respectful distance and observe them from a distance.

  • Follow the Rules: Listen to instructions from your tour guides or dive instructors regarding responsible snorkeling and diving practices.

  • Dispose of Waste Properly: Ensure that you do not leave any litter or waste in the water or on the beach. Dispose of trash in designated bins.

  • Educate Yourself: Learn about the marine life and ecosystems you are visiting, so you can appreciate and protect them better.

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