Sharm El Sheik’s city is known for being “the city of love” and the land of beauty and enchantment. The city is one of the country’s main tourist attractions because of the city’s magnificent attractions from beautiful natural wonders to incredible resorts you can enjoy through your trips to Egypt. The city is located on the Sinai Peninsula’s southern tip on the coastal strip along the Red Sea at the El Aqaba and Suez Gulf meeting point.
The weather of Sharm El Sheik
The city’s climate is tropical with hot summers and alert winter and at average temperatures of 21 to 33 C (70 to 91 F) that’s why from October to April is the ideal time to check out Sharm El Sheik and the rest of Egypt with the best country tourism company as the finest travel packages at the best prices and the ultimate service.
The city hosts several international peace conferences and diplomatic meetings and is very famous for being the ideal destination for various water sports such as snorkeling and diving, plus the city’s marine life is quite diverse and totally enchanting as it includes 1000 fish species and 250 unique coral reefs. The city has two worlds as it houses the wildest nightlife scene and hypnotic Bedouin culture, plus over 90 resorts lined with five-star hotels and multiple sports & entertainment centers.
Ras Muhammad National Park
The Natural Habitat of Ras Muhammad, established in 1983 as a marine reserve for the conservation of marine and terrestrial wildlife, is located just 12 km from Sharm. The name of the city means Muhammad Head as it looks like a bearded man from a side view the outline of the cliffs. It has an area of 480 km2 packed with 2220 coral reef species and 1000 fish species. The temperatures range from 27 to 40 C (81 to 104 F) and the climate is very dry.
Naama Bay is also considered a beautiful bay with Sharm El Sheik Resort as it really represents the beauty of the city as a whole. It’s belived to be the city’s main tourist hub and popular with its beautiful hotels, cafes, restaurants, and magical bazaars.
The Jolando reefs are the remains of an old cargo ship that sunk in 1985 at Ras Muhammad’s southern end. It has become the best and most popular recreational diving sites in the city throughout the year as it carries huge reef array around it.
The city of dahab
Is located approximately 80 km (50 Mi) northeast of Sharm on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula. It is one of Sinia’s most treasured diving destinations in Sinai and home to water sports such as kite surfing, snorkeling and the Deadly Blue Hole (the most dangerous diving spot in the world). Dahab’s climate is warm, tropical, even in the winter months. Even, Dahab is a great destination for camel walking, hiking, horse and donkey riding, mountain biking and quad bike trips.
Ras Um Sid is just a few kilometers south of Namaa Bay and is well known for being a popular destination for snorkeling and diving. It has a depth of between 15 m and 40 m and is lined with beautiful reefs and rare fish.
Shark’s bay is one of Sharm El Sheik’s many beaches and one of the finest destinations to enjoy the true taste of tranquility and harmony. This resort has everything five-star hotels, restaurants would ever need to fly.
Sharm El Sheik’s old market is historically impressive. It is packed with a wide network of cafes, restaurants and bazzars. The market place is pretty stunning and exciting at the time of the night when the town really comes to life and the festival starts and the amazing entertainment takes place.
The painted canyon is a celestial maze with millions of years ago rock formations. It is located in the Sinai Peninsula, 90 km north of Dahab. It’s incredibly beautiful as it was formed by sandstone and calcareous water erosion, so if you’ve found yourself in Sharm, make sure you check it out.
The Nabq Protectorate on the Gulf of Aqaba is the largest maritime protectorate. It is a natural habitat of a magnificent sea life and rare sea creatures species. It is 35 kilometers north of Sharm El Sheikh. The region has an exceptional biological diversity, a complete ecosystem of various bird and fish species.