Grey Mangrove

Where can I see the Grey Mangrove

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If you're lucky enough to see a Grey Mangrove in the wild, you'll be able to appreciate its true beauty. This stunning tree is native to coastal areas and can grow up to 15 metres tall. Its leaves are a deep green colour and its branches are covered in small white flowers.

Despite its beauty, the Grey Mangrove is actually quite a tough tree. It's able to withstand strong winds and salt spray, making it the perfect choice for growing in coastal areas.

The best time to see the Grey Mangrove is from October to February. This is when the tree is in full bloom and its flowers are at their best. So if you're ever in a coastal area during this time of year, make sure you keep your eyes peeled for this stunning tree.

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Geeky Facts about the Grey Mangrove

Fact 1

Grey mangrove is very tolerant of extreme saline conditions.

Fact 2

It acts as a barrier to floods and storm surges.

Fact 3

They absorb oxygen through their aerial root system.

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Tours where I can see the Grey Mangrove

Sinai

Sinai

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Egypt
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Small group
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3 - Average

13 days from

£1,450 / person

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