The Red Sea is a rich environment and a nurturing home for numerous species of animals and plant life. Marsa Alam houses more than 1000 species of fish and over 200 species of diverse hard corals that are specially adapted to the temperature shifts of the sea around the year in the region. Sea turtles and dolphins are a common sight over Marsa Alam and tourists can even see the extraordinary sea cow (dugong) in the morning in Marsa Mubarak, Marsa Shouna and Marsa Egla, near Port Ghalib.
Close to Malikia Resort, tourists can find natural reserves that promote the appreciation and care for animals, plants, and their natural habitats. In the region of Marsa Alam, tourists can visit Samadi Reef and experience its 5000 dolphins that like to swim at night. In Daedelus Reef, divers can find large fishes, eels, tuna and even hammer sharks. Hamata Reserve is a natural preservation area that includes coral reefs and other exotic sea life, such as rare species of sea grasses. For land lovers, the Marsa Alam region also has the Jebel Elba natural reserve, which contains valleys filled with wild animals, seabirds, and plants.
These plentiful and rich environments touch the hearts of many people around the world that come to visit them. Therefore, we at Malikia Resort would like to remind you to follow standard rules to avoid damaging and disturbing the precious natural environment when you visit. If you would like more information about this, feel free to get in touch with us.
Marsa Alam continues to be acknowledged by the international community as a high-tier worldwide touristic spot for its incredibly vast and majestic fauna and flora, which exudes the diversity of life with its underwater and terrestrial habitats. As an area that has been getting increased attention from national and international tourists, regional representatives for government and businesses have taken a commitment to keep up with standard international environmental practices for the sake of promoting the area’s natural preservation by cutting pollution and implementing strategies to avoid man-made degradation of natural habitats.
Our environmental policy is based on the philosophy to be an industry leader in environmental protection and to act with responsibility for the benefit, confidence and safety of our guests, our employees, the neighboring community and the protection of nature and the environment.
An ecology-minded hotel management is an outstanding quality feature which will help in achieving guest satisfaction regarding comfort, safety, health, hygiene and an intact environment.
Our commitment comes in the form of training and increasing the awareness of our employees regarding environmental issues, by: