First of all please excuse some of my pics..not the best. The day I arrived it rained earlier in the day. The resort sits about 20 min up the road from Port Sudan. Due to the heat it is closed during the summer and does not open again till Nov 1 or so. It is run by Imam Osman and her son Adam..both are great hosts. In my guide book it was described as having tents but the web site has been updated after a strong storm blew the tents away. There are now sveral wooden cabins that face the Red Sea..each has two beds, a place to hang your cloths, a small ceiling fan along with a patio where you can pu tow chairs and enjoy the view of the Red Sea. There is a salt marsh in front of the resort which is great for small childen and those that are not great swimmers and a small coral island 100 yards out from the foot of the resort. Adam is presently working on a foot bridge of tires and planks for those that want to access the island without getting their feet wet. From there it is another 50 yards out to a shelf for some snorkeling where you will see all kinds of fish..the shelf drops off to 20 feet or so. The resort will rent scuba/snorkeling gear and booties to get out there..when I was there the Zodiak was not running due to problems with the engine but Iman is working with the Navy to get another boat to take people out to one of the many popular reefs offshore.
Unique Quality: I was more or less the only one here since the resort had just opened. When I first arrived they were having a party for some local judges who invited me to dance with them but I wanted to jump in the water and do some snorkeling instead with Adam as the Red Sea is famous for it's reefs.
There are separate bathrooms with showers that the staff keep spotless. Keep in mind that the resort gets it's power from a generator which they turn off around midnight..thus if you have your fan on then that goes off....Adam will keep it on longer if you ask in advance.
In the future a volleyball court is planned on the N. end. By the time you read this a new dive master should have arrived from Holland. The resort can also arrange for day trips to Suakin which is an hour or so to the South with lunch included.
Cornich St, Port Sudan
P.O.BOX 105, Port Sudan
Port Sudan, 79800, Sudan
Airport Road, Port Sudan
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Address: Airport Road, Port Sudan, Sudan