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Revel in water sports and take a diving courseSharm El Sheikh is a popular resort town situated on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula. It's location near the Red Sea make it very popular for water sports like snorkeling, diving, boating and para sailing. Become an expert scuba diver and take in the underwater scenery of marine life and coral gardens.
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This bustling resort offers an altogether different experience. As the country’s premier tourist resort and included on many egypt travel packages it has a lot to offer any visitor Resplendent with luxury hotels, atmospheric bars (including a Hard Rock Café) and lively clubs, it is the ideal base for tourists who love their nightlife. Daytimes are spent relaxing on one of the private segments of beach or exploring the majestic coral gardens. However, it’s the evening when thing s really come alive. As well as the energy-fused clubs and bars there are also several cafés where you can enjoy some shisha and indulge in some people watching.
El Fanar Beach
Finally, if you love dramatic sunsets, there is a romantic little bar, five minutes from the hotel beach called El Fanar; it is near a lighthouse hence its name. At the end of a hot day wander over there and treat yourself to a beer overlooking the sea, it's awesome. As well as boats returning to the harbour you may spot a school of dolphins swimming by.
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Located at the southernmost tip of the Sinai Peninsula in the Red Sea, the resort town of Sharm-el-sheikh can be viewed as a grander and compact version of Goa in India. The way to Sharm from Cairo requires one to cross the Suez Canal via a tunnel that connects Suez to the Sinai. Once bustling with tourists from all over Europe and the Middle East, tourism has lulled since December 2015 after the British government banned travel to Sharm-el-sheikh.