Located at the southern point of the Sinai Peninsula, Sharm El Sheik and Naama Bay in the neighboring bay are the premier beach spots in Egypt. They both have developed from nothing thirty year ago into booming beachfront hotspots that offer year round sun and booming nightlife.
Organized on a single main road between the water and mountains behind, these resort areas offer countless accommodation options, cafes, restaurants, and bars.
They are also near some incredible diving locations and every hotel organizes diving and snorkeling trips. European tourists flock here year-round, but especially in the fall, winter, and early spring before the summer heat gets too intense
Just a few miles away if Ras Mohammed National Marine Park, a marine nature preserve that offers some of the most diverse and plentiful sea-life available to divers the world over.
The number of boats allowed into the park is limited each day so that the environment is undisturbed and the water does not get too crowded , Every species of Red Sea sea-life is represented here. It is a must-do for anyone who is interested in what is going on underneath the water.
Sharm and Naama Bay also offer a wide array of other activities from sailing to windsurfing and glass bottom boat trips for those who want to see the wildlife on the reefs without getting wet. There are also excursion into Sinai’s interior, including desert safaris and trips to Mount Sinai and St. Catherine.
A-8 days in Egypt, including a Nile River cruise and professional, private guides, will cost approximately $1,500 per person. Not bad considering this estimate also includes private guides for all of the sites and attractions.
A-There is no FCO advice against travel to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile, and the Red Sea resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada. The section of the country between the Nile and the Red Sea is also considered mostly safe.
A-If weather is your primary concern, the best time to visit Egypt is during the northern hemisphere fall, winter or early spring (October to April), when temperatures are lower. To avoid the crowds at ancient sites like the Pyramids of Giza, Luxor, and Abu Simbel, try to avoid peak season (December and January).
A- An Egypt visa is required for most travelers including American and British passport holders. Americans and citizens fro 40 other countries can obtain an Egypt visa on arrival at the Cairo International airport at the bank kiosks before the immigration counters for $25 USD and are valid for visits up to 30 days.
A-Pants, Capris, Leggings, and Shorts...Basically, as long as your knees are covered, you are good. So whether you choose pants or capris, you will feel comfortable and remain respectful. Local women wear long pants or skirts.
A-On our Egypt tours that travel south to Aswan, include 3 or 4 night Nile cruise as standard. There is always the option to upgrade to a 5 star Luxury Nile cruise, which offers well–appointed and outward facing cabins.
A-The fixed deposit amount is 25% of the tours total price Except for Egypt Christmas tours, new years and other peak seasons where the deposit goes up to 50%.