Sharm El-Sheikh

The Egyptian Diving town of Sharm el-Sheikh is located between the Red Sea and the Sinai Peninsula’s desert. It is well-known for its coral reefs, crystal-clear seas, and protected sandy beaches. Naama Bay has a promenade surrounded by palm trees and is crowded with eateries and cafes. Due to the abundance of marine life near the Thistlegorm wreck, the Shark and Yolanda reefs, and Ras Muhammad National Park, it is a popular diving site.

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