Sharm El Sheikh
At the southern tip of the Sinai, Sharm El Sheikh is known as one of the best snorkeling and diving sites in the world. The area is also popular for fishing, its desert climate and as a place simply relax. The sulfur springs in Sharm El Sheikh are considered cures for rheumatism and skin ailments.
AttractionsSt. Catherine Monastery
St. Catherine is one of the most famous monasteries in the world, a Greek Orthodox holy place connected with the prophet Moses and the exodus of the Jews from Egypt. The existing basilica dates from the 6th century A.D. The monastery is known for its huge library of ancient theological manuscripts and collection of icons and access is limited to professional researchers and theologians.
Ras Mohamed National Park
Ras Mohammed is a designated system of parks and nature reserves protected by strict laws. The park is located in the southern Sinai, 40 miles from the town of Eitor. Ras Mohammed is best known for its crystal clear waters, exquisite coral reefs and a wealth of marine life, including sharks, schools of tuna and dolphins. Many believe Ras Mohammed has the most exquisite coral reefs in the world.
A Shopping Arcade in the hotel lobby includes a souvenir and gift shop, jewelry store and boutique. The Resort is also within walking distance of the center of Naama Bay's city market with traditional spice shops, local handicrafts and souvenir shops