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Sharm el-Sheikh Travel Tips

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Insider advice for your Sharm el-Sheikh vacation , Red Sea

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Sharm El-Sheikh, the biggest and most important city of Sinai, lies at the southern flank of the Peninsula where the two gulfs of Aqaba and Suez meet with the Red Sea. With its stylish hotels edging silvery sands, it's a fabulous place for bronzing the body in the Egyptian sun. The city offers a variety of tourist attractions ranging from a dramatic mountain backdrop to stretches of golden beaches on matchless waters. Coral reefs, under water and marine life, unmatched anywhere in the world, offer a spectacular and dazzling time for divers. There is wide room for scientific tourism with diversity in marine life species; 250 different coral reefs and 1000 species of fish. You can experience a variety of water and land activities. At Naama Bay, the gently shelving sands are heaven for learner divers. Beach seekers find enormous activities such as diving, snorkeling, wind surfing, pare sailing, banana boats, and canoes. Adventurers and sportsman find Sharm El-Sheikh a haven offering diverse activities such as golf, tennis, horseback riding, camel riding, volleyball, and desert safari to various oasis. There is a wide range of hotels in the city and there is plenty of hotel-based entertainment in the shape of starlit dinners and live music shows. Can be great experience for anyone to visit the St. Catherine's Monastery, where Moses reputedly received the Ten Commandments, join to a camel tour or taking part in a jeep safari.


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