Sharm EL Sheikh
With miles of parasol-dotted beaches, some of the most spectacular diving and snorkeling in the country, plus bars, restaurants and a huge dose of old world charm, there is plenty to keep the boredom at bay in Sharm.
Why go Sharm EL Sheikh ?
Whether you want to flop on the beach, explore world-class diving sites or get immersed in culture and history, you won’t be disappointed in Sharm el Sheikh…
When to go Sharm EL Sheikh ?
Summers in Sharm are absolutely baking which many will love, but a lot of holidaymakers choose to visit in the cooler months. Find out the best time to go for you …
The summer months are hot, hot, hot and temperatures can reach 40C during June, July and August. Many holidaymakers choose to take holidays in Sharm el Sheikh during the relatively cooler months in spring and autumn. Expect averages of 25C in April and November. It never gets cold.
What’s on ?
From camel competitions to cultural festivals, Sharm el Sheikh has plenty of events to keep you busy. Find out what’s going on when you visit…
International Camel Competition ; April: See the crowning of the fastest camel in the whole of Sinai.
International Shopping and Tourism Festival; July: Yes, it’s as brazen as it sounds. Tourism bosses in the resort organise super discounts at a range of outlets, including hotels. You might be able to take advantage and bag a bargain.
International Diving Competition; October: Egypt is renowned for its world-class diving sites and this competition showcases swimmers and divers from across the globe.
What to do Sharm EL Sheikh ?
From racing through the desert in a dune buggy to diving in the Red Sea, Sharm El Sheikh has numerous adventures awaiting you…
Romance: Cosy up in a dune buggy and experience an exhilarating ride across the desert. Excursions often take you to a traditional Bedouin camp where you will be able to experience a different side to Egypt and even sleep under the stars.
Kids & teens: All the family will find a variety of entertainment options under one roof in SOHO Square. Ice skating, a play zone and a kids’ arcade are just some of the activities on offer for children, while mums and dads can enjoy the shopping, restaurants and bowling.
Active types: Discover the secrets of the Red Sea on an organised dive. Enjoy the vivid colours of coral reefs, exotic fish and unusual marine life.
Shopping: Experience the bustling Old Market where you can get everything from jewellery and handbags, to shoes and clothes. Just be prepared to haggle!