Eastern Desert

Is a piece of the Sahara desert that is found east of the Nile, near the Red Sea. It stretches out from Egypt in the north to Eritrea in the south, and furthermore includes portions of Sudan and Ethiopia. The Eastern Desert​ is also called the Red Sea Hills, the Arabian Desert, and the Arabian Mountain Ranges in light of the fact that toward the east it is circumscribed by the Red Sea and on the grounds that it was initially occupied by Arabs in Pre-Islamic Egypt, separately. The Desert’ is geographic highlights are the western Red Sea coastline.