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TripAdvisor on South Sinai
Is it safe to travel now in Egypt? many people ask this as Egypt is in the news internationally because of demonstrations here. However these protests are in small areas, not the entire country. The media focus on them and … Continue reading
You do not need to be a scuba diver or even snorkel to enjoy a superb day trip by boat to Ras Mohammed National Park. But if you are a diver or snorkeler, you get to see the magnificent world … Continue reading
Some more photos from the semi-submarine trip featured in the previous post https://naturetravelegypt.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/semi-submarine-ras-katy-reef-red-sea-sharm-el-sheikh/. Glass bottom boats are another way to see the underwater world of the Red Sea.
If you don’t swim, snorkel, freedive or scuba dive, how do you get to enjoy the miraculous underwater world of Egypt’s Red Sea? A trip on a semi-submarine. Submarines are not permitted in the Red Sea, so this is a … Continue reading
In our series on the attractions of Sharm El Sheikh, today we introduce you to the entertainments you can enjoy in the restaurants and cafes of Naama Bay and the Old Market, and some of the crafts and souvenirs that … Continue reading
Sharm el Sheikh is known for its vibrant nightlife, but the start of the day is also an experience that should not be missed, especially seen from the cliff top as you watch the first light over the Red Sea.
Possibly the best place to take it easy in Sharm el Sheikh is Farsha Mountain Lounge. Perched on the Um El Sid cliff side, above a beach, it provides wonderful views of the Red Sea. A good mix of chill … Continue reading