Helnan Marina Sharm

Address: Na'ama Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Na'ama Bay, Sharm El-Sheikh, is near Ras Mohamed National Park, Poseidon Divers, Reef 2000, and Fantasea Dive Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Sharm El-Sheikh

      Enjoy a sunny, warm life in Sharm El-Sheikh!

      A travel blog entry by lynn-hankers on Dec 08, 2014

      Sharm el-Sheikh is one of the best beach areas in the world to visit, if you the warm sun and weather, the crystal blue Red Sea water, if you are into swimming, or relaxing, snorkeling, or even diving.. Are you an adventurer who likes going for exotic trips to spend your night in Bedouin camps?.. Are you a shopping addict?.. Sharm El-Sheikh has all the above!

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      Relax and enjoy in Sharm el-Sheikh

      A travel blog entry by josephspendlove on Aug 01, 2014

      7 photos

      The reason I love Sharm el-Sheikh so much is it's a holiday mecca! The place - a gorgeous sea view beach setting - has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Yes it's nice to see the locals and culture on holidays, but here you don't experience the down sides of this. From clubbing to quading in the desert, diving to fine food, this place has everything for an enjoyable ...

      Egypt part 5: Sharm el Sheikh (red sea)

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 23, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... did not disappoint, the majority of the clientele and staff are British. I have eavesdropped on conversations about tea, biscuits, crumpets, mussels (??) and worcestershire sauce. One of the divemasters speaks impeccable queens English (she's actually welsh) such that the dive briefings sound like they're from the BBC (or Harry potter, take your pick). The downside is they want you to do some of the heavy lifting associated with your gear, Asian dive centers normally handle ...

      Diving in the Red Sea

      A travel blog entry by leahaston on May 08, 2013

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... 8220;one of the underwater wonders of the world.” The contrast of environments here above and below the surface could not be more striking – onshore there is literally only sand and rock, while underwater there is a non-stop festival of colors.

      Turns out that becoming certified only means that you learn how to assemble your equipment and how to go under water, but you don’t learn how to dive. People only become great divers through experience and people ...

      Carbon monoxide

      A travel blog entry by fredrikwinqvist on Feb 07, 2012

      ... the rest of the dive.

      The rest of the dive was a nightmare. I thought it would happen all the time. I did not go deeper than 12 meters and held me close to Jeff if it would be any problems. After the dive when we got up he asked me what happened. I replied that I had problems in pressurizing. When we got out of the water, I was still in shock. I did not feel the weight of the scuba gear when I went against the atmospheric ...