At the southern part of The Sinai peninsula just 12 km from Sharm el Sheik like the national park of Ras Mohammed that spans across 480 km², divided into 135 km² of surface land area and 345 km² of water area that holds a series of underwater caves filled with 220 kind of coral reefs and 1000 different species of fish and famous shipwrecks like the famous ss Thistlegorm which makes ras Mohamed one of the best diving destinations in the world.
Considered by many to one of the best diving sites in the world as the best wreck dive in the world the SS Thistlegorm warship located in the strait of Gubal since sinking in 1941 in WWII to 32m deep which it became a haven a mesmerizing collection of marine life of rare fishes and coral reefs that would elevate the diving experience to new heights.
The Naama Bay beach is created for the ones who wish to chill out and relax across the shores of the red sea. Naama Bay became a tourist attraction for its cafes, restaurants, bazaars, and luxurious hotels. The bay is able to provide a clear sight of both the heavenly golden Sinia mountains and the crystal sparkling waters of the red sea
Near Sharm, El sheik is one of the best diving locations in the world Yolanda reef dive site has a depth of 30 m (100 Feet) and a vast plateau of the coral garden that holds a number of pinnacle corals between the remains of the wrecks of Yolanda that sink in 1980 which is 74 m long and holds an impressive collection of sea creatures.
At the tip of a small peninsula, 5km south of Namma bay is an incredible reef beach offering an ideal aquatic experience. It is located very close to Sharm el sheik's old market place and ras Mohamed national park which makes it very popular among divers and has a depth of 15 m to 40 m and is filled with amazing reefs and rare fish. Ras Um Sid beaches offer peace, and absolute tranquility very suitable for children and the entire family.
Imagine stepping inside the Saint Catherine monastery, one of the holiest places on the plant located on the summit of Mount Horeb where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God. It is near the el Tur Mountains standing at an elevation of 1,586 Meters above sea level. It was constructed by the order of Sinia between 527 and 565 BCE at the mouth of a gorge on the top of Mount Sinai and holds some of the most incredible Byzantine and Roman artifacts and documents which was the reason behind the monastery becoming a UNESCO world heritage site in 2002.
Just steps away from Sharm el sheik near Saint Catherine are one of the holiest sites in the world called Mount Moses believed to be the holy mountain where Moses received the Ten Commandments. The mount Moses is considered a holy site by all the Abrahamic religions as it was mentioned in various times in holy books. Many enjoy climbing up the mountain and witnessing a living holy miracle.
The Infamous blue hole has gained a reputation as one of the most dangerous diving sites in the world. It has a maximum depth of over 100m (328ft) and consists of a shallow opening called the saddle 6m (20ft) deep and a long tunnel called the arch filled with nitrogen narcosis with a depth of 55m (181ft) and a bottom that reaches the seaward side to about 120 m(394ft), on the seaward side the depth drops to over a 1000m (3500ft)deep and because of this complex dangerous design, it has become a famous diving site representing the ultimate driving challenge
The enchanting city resort of Dahab is80km (50 mi) northeast of Sharm el-sheikh on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula, famous for its adventure aquatic activities like diving, snorkeling, kitesurfing, and windsurfing. One of the most popular places in Dahab is the legendary Blue Hole, the world's most dangerous diving site, plus it offers a chance to explore the Bedouin tribes in the Sahara through super safari.
Known for offering the most amazing deep & wreck dives in the world is the 80m long British ship that sank in 1876. It is very easy to dive and offer the finest diving experience ever and offer the sight of the finest wide collection of fishes and coral reefs.
Sharm El Sheik's old market a.k.a old town is one of Sharm el sheik's most culturally rich and possessing shimmering attractions such as bazaars, shops, restaurants, café, entertainment centers, and everything a traveler could ever desire. The hypnotic colors, heavenly sounds, and delicious scents of herbs and spices will transcend everyone to paradise where all dreams are turned into a reality.
The gardens dive sites are the three dive sites named near, middle and far which offer the finest diving experience located in Sharm El Sheihk. The far garden is situated just north of Naama Bay containing a magical reef dropping to 25m scattered with small pinnacles swirling with glassfish, as The middle garden, is located in the center of Naama bay which acts as a site for training and diving coaching at a sandy plateau at 6m sloping down to a drop of at 14 m. and the far garden is just a few minutes away from Naama bay offering a chance to experience a true diving experience with incredible coral reefs and majestic sea creatures.
Within the beautiful desert of Sinia lies a natural miracle called the Colored canyon that existed for millions of years. It has 700 meters of colored rocky formations the result of natural erosion which offers an unforgettable hiking experience. These beautiful colorful and intriguing rock formations reach 16 stories high and are able to showcase this wild uncontained vision of nature.
The Nabq Protectorate is a protected piece of heaven just 35 km north of Sharm el-Sheik known of its vast exotic and varied terrain. It has 600 sq km of land and sea between the straits of Tiran and Dahab, which is the most visited place in Sharm offering an opportunity to explore the rare beauty of the red sea through its main attraction the mangrove forest that holds the dunes of the Wadi kid which is the home two Bedouin villages and a number of rare animals, outstanding biological diversity, a complete ecosystem filled with Birds and fish.
One of the modern attractions of Sharm El Sheik is the beautiful Al Mustafa Mosque which features two towering 72 m (263 ft) tall minarets and a mammoth dome that hypnotizes everyone with its glamour. The mosque was completed in 2008 and features an intricately carved marble slab surrounded by smaller carved domes. It is one of Egypt's most amazing attractions.
If you are looking for a way to witness a miracle then the desert will provide you with a majestic romantic night where you will gaze at the stars from a telescope and observe the magical beauty of the heavens with its stars and planets and unveil some of the amazing secrets about the universe.
If you had enough of the tropical beauty of Sharm el sheik and wishes to explore some history then Cairo is for you which is known as the biggest metropolitan city in Africa & the Arab world, famous for being the home to some of the oldest monuments in existence that dated to more than 4000 years like the great Giza pyramids Complex that holds one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the oldest Statue in the world The Sphinx, the first of its kind step pyramid and Egypt’s first official capital Memphis. In the heart of Cairo is the beautiful House of mystery and magic the Egyptian Museum which holds more than 120,000 rare Ancient Egyptian Artifacts from. Cairo contains some of the world’s oldest Coptic heritage sites like the Hanging Church, Abu Serga Church, Ben Ezra synagogue, and many more. The city has gained the name “the city of Thousand minarets” due to the number of mosques like Ibn Tulan mosque plus the great Cairo citadel of Salah El Din that holds the Beautiful Muhammad Ali mosque. One of the biggest monuments located in old Cairo is the oldest market place in the history of the Middle East the golden brick road of Khan El Khalili which remains very active.
In the history books, the name of the city of Alexandria is mentioned many times as a pearl across the Mediterranean Sea dating to the times of Alexander the Great. In 332 BC Alexandria came to be the home of the Hellenistic empire and a number of marvelous monuments such as the mysterious catacombs which is a necropolis to a greek family, Pompey's pillar the biggest one of its kind outside of Rome, the great Alexandria bibliotheca and the only one a kind Islamic Citadel of Qaitbay in 1477 AD built on top the ancient wonder the lighthouse of Alexandria using its salvaged rocks.
The essence of class and grace can be explored in the mythical city of Aswan located in Upper Egypt on the east bank of the Nile where many great monuments were constructed such as the Great Temple of Abu Simbel of Ramses the great that symbolizes grandeur and the heavenly power of the gods through the annual sun festival. In 690 BC during the Greco-roman period, the mystical Philea Temple became the home of the Goddess Isis and the last classical Egyptian architecture style built in the new Kingdom (1550-1070 BC). Abu Simbel & Philae Temple were rescued by UNESCO in the 60s slightly after the Aswan High Dam was created. In Aswan is the epic Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut, the double temple of the crocodile deity Sobek Kom Ombo Temple, and the EdfuTemple the house of the falcon sky God Hours was built in the Ptolemaic era between 237 &57 BC. Explore all the history and beauty in Aswan and live the finest holiday.
The mythical city of Aswan is like a wonderland called Nubian villages filled with natural beauty located Between the harsh fabrics of southern Egypt that showcases the finest example of natural allure and creativity. the history of Nubia can be traced back to 2000 BCE and its villages are a natural haven filled with the rarest natural elements, man-made structures, and colors. They follow their own way of life, tradition, and customs which are divided into three tribes Al-Fadiga, Al-Konoz, and the Arab Al-Orayqat. The houses and landscapes are decorated with beautiful colorful drawings, amazing handmade crafts, exhibits, and jewelry showcasing different kinds of art which can be located at the Nubian Museum of Aswan.
The two great Abu Simbel Temples stand at the southern border as the protector of Egypt and as an example of the immortal greatness of Egypt that provides the grandeur factor to any vacation. it was created by Ramses the Great (1279-1213 BCE) to immortalize his identity, legacy, and victory at the battle of Kadesh. The first temple hosts the sun festival on the 22 of February & October of each year when the sun stands on the faces of the four seated god statues of Amun, Ra, Ptah, and Ramses himself at the moment of sunset, as for the second temple, it is dedicated to his beloved wife Nefertari. The temple was relocated to its current place in the 60s by UNESCO to protect it from the collapse of the Aswan high dam.
If you desire to witness some beautiful pieces of art and experience the full view of the atmosphere of Egypt then a Nile river cruise between Luxor and Aswan is what you need to make your vacation something to remember. You will feel the grace of the heavens shining their light across the archaeological attractions on the banks of the Nile where history was immortalized. You will have the once in a lifetime chance to combine the shores of Sharm el sheik with the banks of the Nile.
The majestic city of Luxor is a traveler's heaven located on the east bank of the Nile River in upper Egypt, famous for being one of the world’s greatest open-air museum where various Kings and Queens choose to immortalize their heritage. One of the most incredible destinations is the extraordinary Valley of the Kings and the captivating Queen Hatshepsut temple created in 1479 BC to be a genuine example of the classical architecture of that age. The enchanting Luxor temple contains the legendry Theban triad that consists of the creator God Amun, his wife Goddess of motherhood, harmony Mut and their son Khonsu the Moon God. Luxor contains the world’s biggest man-made complex in history the Karnak Temple where the worship of many gods took place in ancient Egypt.
The valley of the kings is a time capsule worth exploring created to achieve immortality located in the essence of a mountain offering the chance to explore a number of amazing colorful artistic tombs dating to the new kingdom (1550-1050 BC) filled with various treasures, artifacts, statues, enchanting decorations, and incredible wall images. The valley of the kings is the home to the final resting place of 63 people out of them are 20 royal tombs such as the Ramsess dynasty, Tutankhamun, Amenhotep I, Set I, and many more. You will get to explore the majestic tomb of King Tutankhamen which contains a number of amazing monuments, golden artifacts, and phenomenal wall paintings that capture the immortal true history of this heavenly civilization.
Complete your majestic vacation in Sharm El Sheikh by witnessing the sight of the most incredible collection of ancient Egyptian monuments and artifacts where the happiest and most incredible memories of your life are created through the below Sharm El Sheikh tours.
2 days trip to Cairo and Luxor from Sharm to visit Giza pyramids and the museum, Karnak, and Hatshepsut t...
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