Sharm el sheikh is a diverse and exciting city with some of the best sights and attractions in the world.
Sharm El Sheikh is a city on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, in South Sinai Governorate, Egypt, on the coastal strip along the Red Sea. Its population is approximately 73,000 as of 2015.
|Area||a promontory overlooking the Straits of Tiran at the mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba.|
|Time zone||GMT +2|
|Currency||Egyptian Pound (EGP)|
|Visa requirements||No Visa needed|
Sports and nature
Sharm El Sheikh has also become a favourite spot for scuba divers from around the world.Being situated
near the Red Sea, it provides some of the most stunning underwater scenery and warm water, making
this an ideal place to dive. Visitors to Sharm El Sheikh can experience a variety of water activities. Beach seekers find many activities such as diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, kitesurfing, para-sailing, boating, and canoeing
Ras Mohammed National Park is located at the most southerly tip of the Sinai Peninsula where the waters of the Red Sea and Gulf of Suez meet. This is home to diverse marine life and with walls plunging to over 800m in depth, wreckage of the Yolanda including toilets & Baths along with strong currents it is not surprising that it ranks within the best areas worldwide
Life at night Sharm El Sheikh is a possibility you should know
Naama Bay is the most important tourist attraction in Sharm El Sheikh
Soho Square The most famous field in Sharm El Sheikh for night
Thousand and one nights we nominate to watch the shows
Hollywood is also one of the most famous places in Sharm El Sheikh
Culture and history
Sharm El Sheikh city, together with Naama Bay, Hay el Nour, Hadaba, Rowaysat, Montazah and Shark's Bay form a metropolitan area.
Sharm El Sheikh's major industry is foreign and domestic tourism, owing to its dramatic landscape, year-round dry climate with long hot summers and warm winters as well as long stretches of natural beaches.
Its waters are clear and calm for most of the year and have become popular for various watersports, particularly recreational scuba diving and snorkeling. There is great scope for scientific tourism with diversity in marine life species; 250 different coral reefs and 1000 species of fish.
These natural resources, together with its proximity to European tourism markets, have stimulated the rapid growth of tourism that the region is currently experiencing