- Sharm El Sheikh
Known as one of the most beautiful deep-sea diving paradises in the world, on a typical day you can expect crystal clear water, magnificent corals, exotic under water flora and rare tropical fish when you visit Sharm El Sheikh on the Southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula.
Sharm El Sheikh is basically divided into three main regions including:
- Na'ama Bay you will find many shops, restaurants, bars and 'Sheesha' cafes along a seafront outlined by a beautiful paved walkway, lined with bougainvillaea and oleander, following the full sweep of the bay.
- Ras Um Sid Cliff: the cliff top area that links Na'ama Bay and the bay of Sharm El Maya. Ras Um Sid is centrally situated about 5 minutes drive from Sharm in one direction and Na'ama in the other.
- Sharm El Maya's picturesque bay forms a natural harbour and home to many small boats. Palm trees dotting the beautiful sandy beach provide natural shade for the sun loungers. This beach area of Sharm El Maya has been developed with 5* hotels, and the old town is only a short walk away.