Sharm el-Sheikh lyying between the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea is known for its white sandy beaches, clear waters and coral reefs. The Naama Bay, with palm trees and lined promenade, has bars and restaurants all around the area. The Ras Muhammad National Park is the favourite diving point among visitors, with a splendid marine life around the Shark and Yolanda reefs. The area is known for all types of water sports including snorkelling, wreck diving, and boat trips.
Cherish the view as you sail to the protected Ras Mohammed marine reserve, which is famous for its splendid coral reefs, marine life and crystal-clear waters.
An unbelievable snorkelling point, the Tiran islands have an unusual aquamarine life.
Here you can do snorkelling, swimming and can sunbathe according to your wish. Your guide will drop anchor at a string of the best snorkelling places.
Cruise over shining coral reefs, anemone gardens and unbelievable rock structures, and watch for the stunning array of undersea life, from angelfish and butterfly fish to wrasse, parrot fish, groupers, and even beautiful rays and turtles.
Another common sport is wreck diving.
Surrounded by coral reefs and snorkelling lagoons in the Red Sea, the islands have long sections for wreck diving. The wrecks of the Sangria seen on the island beaches with the doomed hull rising above the sea surface are a spectacular view.
The lagoons surrounding the island are ideal for swimming, snorkelling and diving. The Tiran islands famous for excursions and diving tours are a must visit.
With the changing tides, large quantities of water flow through the narrow strait and cause strong currents. A ridge pushes up, north to south, in the centre of the Tiran Strait. On the highest elevation, lies four coral reefs, Gordon, Woodhouse, Thomas and Jackson.
The currents in these reefs are home to a diverse variety of corals and big fish swarms. You can also spot barracudas, snappers and sharks.
Here you can see the gleaming coloured coral heads, soft corals and fan gardens; and watch transfixed as swarms of bright fish, such as groupers, angelfish, damselfish, and clownfish, waft through the transparent waters.
From Sharm El Sheikh, boat trips to the Tiran islands, exploring Ras Mohamed National Park and its clear waters has a thriving marine life.
Crossing the thin Tiran Straits that divides the Red Sea from the Gulf of Aqaba, you slip into the water above the island’s brilliant coral reefs.
Cruise over shining coral reefs, anemone gardens and unbelievable rock structures, and watch for the stunning array of undersea life, from angelfish and butterfly fish to wrasse, parrot fish, groupers, and even beautiful rays and turtles. The on-deck midway delicious buffet midst the dolphins is a not to be missed opportunity. The traditional kofta lunch, salads and Bedouin bread are quite tempting.
Sharm el sheikh offers its visitors beautiful coastal views and is amongst the best places for family vacations. These were some sports which you can try in Sharm El-sheikh. For your exquisite out there to the beach town Call us/Visit us/Contact us.