Things To Do In Sharm El Sheikh
Activities And Things To Do In Sharm El Sheikh
Up until 1970, Sharm el-Sheikh was nothing more than a quiet fishing town. But in recent days, it has become one of Egypt‘s most popular and beloved beach resorts, with divers and beach lovers coming from all over of the planet.
The city is hot in the summer, while pleasant and warm in the winter, Sharm remains the leading tourist spot in the Sinai Peninsula. Just check out this mix of fantastic things to do in the Egyptian Riviera!
Undoubtedly Sharm el-Sheik is the watersports Mecca of Egypt: you name it, this resort has it. Get your flippers on and take a tour of Egypt’s coral reefs scuba diving.
The Red Sea bottom is scattered with shipwrecks and its waters have some of the world’s most diverse marine life. You can also try kite surfing, waterskiing and windsurfing. And don’t worry if you’re not a confident swimmer – glass-bottomed boat trips are available in Sharm el-Sheikh at all times!
Star Gazer Night
You can’t leave Sharm el-Sheikh without having at least once experienced a stargazing night excursion. This is set to be a fabulous evening of entertainment, fun for all ages, young or old. You will head out to the desert, where you’ll experience traditional Bedouin hospitality.
The evening begins with an Egyptian feast in a candlelit tent. As the sun completely sets, your guide will take you out to some enormous telescopes, all set up for you to gaze into the uber-clear night sky, straight up at the Milky Way.
Head to the Dolphinella and enjoy one of the best marine experiences in town. Customers are usually picked up from their hotel in air-conditioned comfort and taken to the site, where they play and swim with three friendly dolphins, enjoying their company and experiencing the unforgettable feeling of coming closer to nature.
Aqua Blue Water Park
If you’re travelling with little ones, spending the day at Aqua Blue is quite the treat. Located in Hadaba, this water paradise guarantees a fun-packed day for everyone.
With its 44 water slides and games and 9 pools, the water park will make sure you get your adrenaline fix. Slides like Kamikaze and Black Hole will get your pulse racing, and kids under 12 will find a range of smaller slides just for them.