Inquiries and Reservations
Lahami Bay Head Office
Building No. 44
Tel.: + 20 2 2 753 7100
+ 20 2 2 753 7200
Fax: + 20 2 2 753 7300


The Red Sea is the only  enclosed coral sea in the  world, running for about  2200 km (1400 miles) between the North African and the Arabian deserts. With all year sunny skies and the absence of any rivers bringing in sediments, the waters of the Red Sea belong to the clearest waters on the planet.

Basking in its warm clear waters, thousands of  untouched coral reefs teeming with underwater  life render the Red Sea a unique source of beauty and entertainment.

Lahami Bay Beach Resort is the southernmost resort on the Red Sea in Egypt. The resort is situated directly north of the peninsula of Ras Banas, which two thousand years ago used to harbour the ancient town of Berenice.

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The resort is set on its own bay, with a sandy beachfront extending for over 3km.

A few hundred meters away from the beach into the sea, an elongated coral reef extends parallel to the beach acting as a natural breakwater.

Due to this rare formation, the bay is a vast quiet basin, with unlimited options for swimming, snorkelling and house reef diving.

Alongside the southern curve of the bay, wind conditions are favourable for Windsurfing and sailing.

World class diving sites are located in the vicinity of Lahami Bay, including the famous Fury Shoals, Dolphin  Reef, Zabargad Island, Rocky Island and St. John's Reefs.



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