Sea Club Resort - Sharm el Sheikh
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Most of the hotels in Sharm el-Sheikh provide a variety of options to its guests; to allow them to enjoy the beach life. Most of them have their own private sandy beach that also has its own wondrous coral reefs right there. That is something you won't find anywhere around the world!
Sharm is also a great Winter Getaway, as during the winter, Sharm is very sunny and warm for ...
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 ...
... here are indeed crystal clear. Unfortunately I didn't see many big things aside from a few turtles. It is good diving though, and I'll probably come back here some day. I did 2 dives in the Straits of tiran, which sits between sharm and the island of tiran. The island of tiran is contested territory between egypt and Saudi Arabia. Apparently the island is famous for being the second most land mined piece of land in the world, so we stayed on the boat during our surface ...
... last spot was our only spot we could
snorkel freely. We did this near the Sheraton Hotel and it was not so impressive. I thought this was as fun day trip from Sharm, but it was not as great of snorkeling as near our beach and it was a shame that we only got to snorkel on our own once. We had to follow the group on the first two snorkel spots. There are way too ...
... it is quite windy on the trail). The higher up the trail you go, the more expensive the coffee and other drinks are. I don’t know how much the coffee cost at the bottom of the trail but when we reached the last coffee shop just below the summit it was nearly 10 Egyptian Pounds I think. That’s at least five times what it would cost at normal elevation in Egypt. But considering everything needs to be hauled up the mountain, the price increase is understandable.