At a glance
Spot sea turtles on a coral reef
Rip across the Sinai desert during a 4x4 safari
Let loose in Naama Bay’s nightclubs
Destinations in Sharm El Sheikh
Top things to See and Do in Sharm El Sheikh
Nearly everyone who holidays in Sharm El Sheikh comes for the beach scene. Sharm’s sands unfurl for 60 kilometres along the coast. The busiest stretch is at Naama Bay, where you’ll find Sharm’s main promenade and tourist hub. Here, you’ll find shimmering sands and gentle waters perfect for snorkelling, diving lessons and other watersports. Smaller beaches, like those at White Knights, Nabq and Sharks Bay, lie to the north. Of course, Sharm’s beaches aren’t just about sun-drenched sands. They melt into some of the world’s most phenomenal diving and snorkelling sites. From Nabq Bay to Ras Um Sidd, flipper fanatics can wow at glorious coral reefs teeming with over 1000 species of tropical fish. And of course, for experienced divers, Sharm is heaven itself. Don your wetsuit and join an organised dive to the waters of Ras Mohammed National Park or the Tiran Straits.