Egypt Hot Springs

           

 

 

  

 


 
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There are three important hot springs in Egypt, vey popular for their therapeutic effects. These hot rivers are the Sinai's main therapeutic tourism sites. There, the sands are warm, the weather is dry and the waters have the world's highest sulfur rate. The Pharaoh’s Bath (Hammam pharaoh) are situated at 250 kilometers from Cairo, laying on 1 kilometer along the Golf of Suez. This group of hot springs represents natural waters containing sulfur and having a temperature of 27 degrees. A mountain is the place from where the water comes flowing into a natural lake that has 100 meters and which is situated beside the sea shore. A rocky and carved cave lies on the springs` top; the cave is small and it is used by the locals as a bathe and as natural sauna. The water of these springs helps to the treatment of some diseases such as: rheumatoid pains, skin diseases, kidney diseases, rheumatism, lung inflammation. It seems that these springs` power to heal was scientifically proven. The Moses Springs (Oyoun Mossa) twelve hot springs are located at the Suez golf Eastern part, in its extreme North zone. These springs help the healing of some skin diseases like the acne and eczema. The people who come here say that they also feel a spiritual peace and comfort. The Moses' Bath (Hammam Musa) is a beautiful oasis situated at Ras Sudr which is located at about 3 hours from Cairo, if you travel by car. The lush vegetation surrounds the oasis and the hot spring is situates in the oasis` center. The spring can cure the diabetics` wounds as well as skin diseases. The water also helps people to get away the stress and to relax. The water here has the ability to heal skin diseases and wounds, especially those of diabetics. It can also be of more general use to relieve stress and help people to relax. GETTING THERE: Ras Sudr is only two-and-half-hours drive from Cairo and thus makes an easy day trip by car.

 
 

 

Egypt Hot Springs

 

 
   

 

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