Things To Do

Sharm El-Sheik is situated on the Southern tip of the Sinai peninsula, Egypt. With the Red Sea on one side and the mountains of Mount Sinai on the other.

The most accessible and developed tourist resort communities on the Sinai peninsula. The area combines the simplicity of the sun, mountains, sea and sand. A wide variety of water sports, shopping and entertainment opportunities.

  • Nuweiba

    Nuweiba is a coastal town in the eastern part of Sinai Peninsula.

    • Nuweiba Port
    • Allows for easy travel between Jordan and Egypt
    • Nuweiba castle (or Newibah castle)
    • Sinai mountains
  • Ras Mohammad National Park

    Ras Mohamed is a national park bordered to the west by the relatively shallow waters of the Gulf of Suez.

    • Coasts of both Asia and Africa
    • Colorful Bedouin settlements
    • Interested in diving
    • Experiences a very dry climate
  • Tiran Island

    Tiran It is located at the entrance of the Straits of Tiran, which separates the Red Sea from the Gulf of Aqaba. It has an area of about 80 km2 (30 sq mi). It is part of the Ras Muhammad National Park.

    • Chisholm Point is a cape of Tiran Island.
    • Ras Muhammad National Park.
    • Sanafir Island
    • Straits of Tiran
  • Dahab

    The scarred desert landscape of Sinai is home to the Bedouins.

    • Oldest and most famous dive areas in the Red Sea.
    • Spectacular diving in Sinai.
    • World-renowned for its windsurfing.
    • Blue Hole-which is nicknamed as "The World's Most Dangerous Diving Site
  • Nabq Protected Area

    Nabq is one of the Sinai Protected Area Net Work which is affiliated to the Central Department of the Protected Areas in Egypt.

    • An old shipwreck lies at the far end of the bay
    • Valuable breeding areas with habitats for both birds and fish
    • Sand dunes
    • Many plants and animals (including Gazelle and Ibex)