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Bedouin Guide in Colored Canyon, Nuweiba
Egypt

The remote Colored Canyon near the town of Nuweiba, South Sinai, can be visited only with the help of a 4x4 vehicle and a bedouin guide. Over the centuries, nature has created this beautiful canyon famous for its amazing arrangements of differently colored layers of rocks.

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