RED SEA – Sharm El Sheikh
Sharm El-Shiekh, is the most accessible and developed tourist city situated on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, located approximately 375 miles from Cairo.
The Governorate of South Sinai extends from Taba on the Gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea across the northern foot hills of Al-Tih plateau to Ras Masallah on the Gulf of Suez in the west, and Ras Mohammed in the south.
It is globally recognized as the City of Peace. Having a state-of-the-art congress center, owing to its international tenure. Also , hosting numerous international peace conferences, Arab League Conferences , Worlds Bank meeting, and several other conventions. The maritime Sharm El-Shiekh international Congress Center, can host events and congresses for up to 4, 7000 participants.
How to reach it?
By air: -
Sharm El Sheikh is reachable from every where by air as Sharm has an international airport. Or you can arrive at Cairo International Airport & then transferred by bus or Domestic flight to Sharm.
By bus: -
There is more than one bus directed from Cairo to Sharm everyday.
Art and History Travel can arrange that for you.
Sharm is famous for crystal clear water; rare reefs loaded with an incredible variety of exotic fish and the mellow atmosphere of small resorts have made this area a snorkeling and scuba diving paradise surrounded by the mountains of Sinai.
In the evening you can join in the exciting nightlife in St. Catherine's Monastery , the nature reserve Ras Mohamed, and the scenic Tiran Island for diving.
Jutting out from southern most tip of Sinai triangle on the Red Sea, Ras Mohamed commands a panoramic vista of Asia on the left and Africa on the right and it's considered one of the best diving sites worldwide.