Imagine a place where remote desert turns to beach before meeting blue waters and you get Sharm el-Sheikh.
On the southern tip of Sinai Peninsula Sharm el-Sheikh is part of a thriving tourist industry in this part of Egypt. Its beaches, turquoise waters and coral reefs bring huge numbers of tourists each year.
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Sharm el-Sheikh - better known as Sharm - is incredibly popular with tourists. Over 9,000 British tourists visit this resort annually and have already doubled this number in the past three years.
Take to the Red Sea and dive spectacular reefs with magnificent drop-offs and explore shipwrecks.
- When visiting Sharm el-Sheikh take a look at reefs of Tiran and Ras Mohammed
- On land take part in a Tiba trip to sun-baked desert
- Take a day trip to St. Catherine's Monastery, the reputed site of the biblical burning bush, or find yet more postcard-perfect waters at the Ras Mohammed National Park.
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Originally a small fishing village, Sharm el-Sheikh became a top tourist destination within 40 years. It was first occupied by Israelis who soon abandoned the area therefore Egyptians focused on further maintaining of tourist interest.
The tourism industry has given the city a vivid urban area that has grown into distinct parts. Night owls and shoppers should book a hotel in Na'ama Bay, while modern architecture can be found in Nabq.
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