Sharm El Sheikh has consolidated its worldwide reputation by hosting the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 from 6th to 18th November this year.
For its many happy visitors, the area is known simply as “Sharm”, and whatever you’re looking for on holiday, you’ll find it here; whether it’s the natural wonders of land and sea, sun and relaxation, or night-life with the energy of the world’s best in busy Na’ama Bay. You can dive, snorkel or simply paddle in the waters at Ras Um Sid, Turtle Bay.
Ras Mohamed has stunning views across the Red Sea which gave the area huge strategic importance throughout history. Today, it is a beautiful National Park, set up to protect marine and land wildlife and maintain the natural beauty of the area. Not far south of the resort town of Sharm El Sheikh, this protected area is a must-see for visitors interested in the vast array of natural beauty found in and around the Red Sea. With building of any kind prohibited, Ras
Mohammed remains a timeless and pristine environment in which nature flourishes.
Mystical oases and the mangrove forests of Nabq. Or stay in Sharm, sample world-class international cuisine at one of the restaurants on the beach .
The hotel facilities in the city are fully prepared and befitting Egypt’s tourism reputation to receive the delegations participating in the conference and all tourists from all countries around the world who enjoy everything Sharm El-Sheikh has to offer.
In addition, Air Cairo, the hybrid operator owned by Egyptair, is implementing an ambitious expansion plan in the European markets connecting Cairo, Luxor, Hurghada & Sharm El Sheikh with the main regional airports in Europe***