Sharm el-Sheikh – a paradise of Egypt
Going on a trip to Egypt, be sure to visit the very beautiful and picturesque city of Sharm el-Sheikh. And why is he so good for a tourist? Sharm el-Sheikh is a magnificent corner of Egypt, which in the 70s met the traveler with deserted beaches, burning deserts and inviting coral reefs, rising from crystal clear water.
Three decades later, the city has become one of the most popular resorts in Egypt, as well as the world diving center. The small oriental bazaars grew into huge shopping centers, and the five-star hotels settled on the wild shores. An unforgettable vacation Sharm el-Sheikh can hit six kilometers of the most beautiful beach, which covers the silky golden sand. In each hotel, which is simply littered with the shore, excellent service is presented, especially with regard to sun loungers on the beach and cocktails in the bar.
Water expanses in the vicinity of Sharm el-Sheikh are an ideal place for diving. Divers will be able to appreciate the beauty of coral reefs and the diversity of their inhabitants.
Also, tourists can get unforgettable impressions from a trip to Ras Mohammed National Park, where you can get acquainted with a huge variety of aquatic flora, over 1000 species of marine fish, as well as contemplate reef sharks and barracudas.
Shopping in an oriental Visit to the culture of North Africa will be helped by visiting such an integral part of it as the bazaar, which simply attracts many tourists from all over the world with its colorful counters and originality. The market in Hyatte is a prominent representative of the true oriental bazaar.
Its range is incredibly large: a variety of leather goods, jewelry, colorful tapestries and much more. Each guest of Egypt will be able to choose for themselves, their friends and relatives extraordinarily beautiful souvenirs. In the footsteps of Moses At the foot of Mount Sinai there is an amazing place – the monastery of St. Catherine, in which Moses once saw a burning bush.
Interestingly this place from the inside and outside.
A variety of old icons, golden lamps and the heady smell of incense send visitors to the temple thousands of years ago. Be sure to take a walk through the picturesque garden, in which the monks were buried, living on the territory of the monastery since its foundation. Mount Sinai also will not leave anyone indifferent. And although a walk on it will be a real test of endurance, but the resulting impressions are worth it.