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Sharm El-Sheikh


 Sharm, an Egyptian Star

Sharm El Sheikh, on the Sinai Peninsula, is Egypt’s most popular holiday resort. Sharm, as it is known, pulls in around 9,000 Brit visitors a week, who love it for the miles of white sand and clear water. Some of the world’s best diving sites are dotted just off the coast, and away from the shore there’s designer shopping and lively nightlife in spades. No wonder its star is still rising.

Sharm lays claim to 60 kilometers of coastline. Most hotels will have their own stretch of beach, with ice-white sand and gently lapping shores. Of course the main attraction here is the Red Sea, teeming with colorful and richly diverse marine life. It’s enough to get even the most dedicated beach bum to strap on a snorkel for an underwater adventure.


Arriving In Sharm el-Sheikh

Sharm el-Sheikh is a port and resort town in Egypt. Tourists on flights to Sharm el-Sheikh will land at Sharm el-Sheikh Airport, the largest airport in the Sinai Peninsula in which Sharm el-Sheikh is based. The airport is home to a range of cafes and shops. Taxis are available at the airport. The tourist taxis are more luxurious than regular taxis and tourist taxi drivers are also better able to provide information to international tourists on Sharm el-Sheikh flights. Public minibuses run between the city and the airport on a regular basis. The journey is only 20 minutes; however, the minibuses will only depart when they have reached full capacity.


Getting Around Sharm El-Sheikh

Taxis are easy to come by in Sharm el-Sheikh. The majority of taxis here are modern in style. Tourists on Sharm el-Sheikh flights should ensure that their chosen taxi driver uses their meter. Blue and white tuk-tuks are also available to ferry tourists around the region. Use of a tuk-tuk is more economical than taking a taxi. To catch a tuk-tuk, tourists must flag one down while waiting at the side of a main street. Tuk-tuks function similarly to buses and tourists are advised to find a seat and pass their money to the driver upon sitting down.


Main Attractions in Sharm El-Sheikh

Sharm el-Sheikh Old Town is a popular tourist attraction for those visiting the region with the aid of cheap flights to Sharm el-Sheikh. A trip to the desert is also recommended. It is possible for tourists to explore the Sinai Desert on the back of a camel. Tourists may also want to do some diving while on vacation in Sharm el-Sheikh. The Tiran and Ras Mohammed reefs are hailed as two of the greatest diving spots the world has to offer. They can be reached from Sharm el-Sheikh by boat. Sinai Divers Naama Bay operates diving trips in the region.


Shopping, Dining and Nightlife in Sharm el-Sheikh

 Tourists will delight in a visit to the Old Market, the perfect place to find a bargain. Tourists who have paid for cheap flights to Sharm el-Sheikh in the hope of enjoying an inexpensive vacation will find Safsafa the ideal place to dine. During the evening, tourists who have purchased airfare to Sharm el-Sheikh may wish to enjoy a live show at Alf Lela w Lela (A Thousand and One Nights). The show features belly dancing and tanourra dance. The Pacha Club in Naama Bay, one of the greatest dancing clubs in the region, is popular with young tourists on Sharm el-Sheikh flights.

Sharm El Sheikh in YouTube


Sharm El Sheikh International Airport




SOHO square


Naama bay


Dolphin Show 


Aqua park

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