Red Sea Northern Islands reserve is a major natural area which was established as protectorate around the year 2006 AD. It plays an important role in conserving different types of natural resources, including scientific, aesthetic and biological. The area is also rich with many mangrove trees which are set along the coast and are considered the main shelter for migratory birds. The ecosystem of the protected area comprises seagrass, coral reefs and more. Moreover, it has a privileged location since it overlooks the Strait of Gubal and the Suez Canal. There are also various sea creatures, including different species of fish, crustacean, turtles and dolphins. This protectorate attracts a large number of visitors who like the adventure of diving because it is one of the famous spots for diving in Egypt.