Egypt has long played a key role in shaping our culture today. From ancient hieroglyphics to Tutankhamun and mummies, Egypt has contributed hugely to our lives and today’s modern forms of communication. It’s believed hieroglyphics are one of the first forms of communication. Egypt is full of ancient history and beautiful sunshine, making it one of the most popular travel destinations.
Classic Holidays provide you with the best way to this beautiful country, with our River Nile Cruise offering fantastic insights into an intriguing country. As part of a river cruise, you’ll get to see fascinating locations including Cairo, El Gouna, and Sharm El Sheik. We take a look at four must-see places to explore whilst you are visiting Sharm El Sheik.
Visit Ras Mohammed National Park
A gorgeous area, Ras Mohammed National Park is one of the most breathtaking destinations in this stunning resort. Combining beautiful sandy beaches, pristine waters and rugged mountains, you’ll be able to experience a beautiful peninsula, where you’ll have mesmerising views of the Red Sea.
Dive in the Jolanda Reef
Sharm El Sheik is famous for its fantastic dive sites, making it the perfect location for scuba diving enthusiasts. Put on your dive gear and experience the Red Sea in all its beauty. If you are lucky, you’ll see a stunning range of marine wildlife, and the remains of the boat the reef is named after.
Explore the Old Market
The historic Shark El Sheik Old Market offers you a fascinating insight into Egyptian culture and gives you the chance to explore an old Egyptian venue. This is a fascinating way to meet locals and learn about this fascinating location. You may even want to purchase traditional mementoes, including shishas.
Relax on Naama Bay
A holiday is often a fantastic opportunity for you to rest and relax. Naama Bay offers a beautiful beach with inviting blue waters, the perfect location to soak up the sun and watch the world go by. The area is also complete with shops and restaurants, a perfect chance for you to try some Egyptian cuisine.