A popular resort town along the coast of the Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh also known as "Sharm" is a popular destination in Egypt for tourists and divers. Sharm has one of the best diving spots in the world, as it boasts with warm water and magnificent reefs of Tiran and Ras Mohammed. The plankton growth has been so immense in the area that incredible amount of fishes flock here. Daily visitors are schools of Barracudas, Sharks, and Morays. Also located at Sharm are the finest wreck dives of the world, including the SS Thistlegorm. Another way of exploring this Egyptian landscape is through the desert Safari which could be done with jeep, camel, or simply trekking on foot.
Guests of our accommodations in Sharm El Sheikh can also explore the Sinai desert and visit historical/religious destinations such as Mt. Sinai and St. Catherine's Monastery along with the natural beautiful canyons on the way. Additional activities include Go-Karting, Quad biking, Parasailing, and Camel Trekking. Moreover, Sharm el-Sheikh is known as the "City of Peace" as it is a frequent venue for international peace conferences. For visitors who want further historical and religious experience, a one day trip by bus to the Holy City of Jerusalem and Bethlehem is possible. Guests at our hotels in Sharm El Sheikh can also have a one of a kind swimming experience at the Dead Sea, which is the world’s lowest point. Its name is derived from the fact that no marine life could inhabit its waters as it is too salty. Buoyancy is also affected at the Dead Sea, so sinking is virtually impossible. The therapeutic mud of the beach is a tourist attraction by itself as well.