Golf Accommodation and Hotels
With stunning views of the Red Sea in a luxurious but relaxed family-friendly, Jaz Mirabel Beach lies on the shores of a lagoon in Nabq Bay. This is where Tuscan architecture meets warm Egyptian service to deliver genuine Five–star luxury.
This is a “boutique” hotel by Egyptian standards. Charming and intimate, the hotel directly faces the Red Sea on the plateau of Om El Sid hill. It’s just a two minute walk from Neama bay and the centre of Sharm El-Sheikh. Looking out from the rooftop bar of the Iberotel Lido is like standing on …
Jaz Belvedere has direct and exclusive access to Montaza Beach in Sharm El- Sheikh. It’s about 20 km from Sharm El-Sheikh town centre but has plenty of facilties so you can treat it as your “luxury retreat”. The resort is Arabian-Moroccan in style and is very eco-concious.
Royal Grand Sharm5 star
The Royal Grand Sharm is a 5-star property offering comfortable accommodation, modern facilities and an ideal location overlooking the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. Alongside its range of luxurious guestrooms, the hotel boasts a large outdoor swimming pool and sun deck, beautiful landscaped …
MARITIM Jolie Ville Golf4 star
Jolie Ville Golf and Resort Sharm El Sheikh, with 418 well equipped rooms and suites plus 6 seashore villas with private pool, is the ideal location for beach seekers, golf enthusiasts or those just looking to have a relaxing, pleasurable holiday. The hotel features the only 18-hole PGA …
The Par 72 PGA Championship golf course (6021m) is the number 1 Golf course in Sharm El Sheikh and one of the best Golf courses in Egypt. The course offers memorable views of the lush green fairways that contrast dramatically with the rugged desert and the clear blue sea waters. Opened in 1997 …
Sharm El Sheikh Golf Breaks
• Sulphur Springs cure
• Saint Catherine’s Monastery
• Mount Sinai
• The numerous dive sites – from Beginner to Intermediate
• Ras Mohammed National Park
• Shopping for jewellery and leather goods (expect to haggle!)
Tiran Island Cruise and Snorkeling
Sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling - is there any better way to spend a day in the Egyptian sun? Escape the desert for a day of relaxation around the protected white sandy Tiran Island. Crystal clear blue water, lagoons and colorful coral reefs are waiting to be explored around Tiran Island, located north east of Sharm El Sheikh in the Gulf of Aqaba.
Ras Mohamed Red Sea Cruise and Snorkeling
Hit the water at Sinai's famous Ras Mohamed National Park, where an abundance of underwater life is waiting to be discovered. Spend the day snorkeling, swimming or just relaxing on the sun deck the choice is up to you.
Ras Mohamed National Park is one of Egypt's most popular dive and snorkeling sites. With a large variety of fish, corals and sharks calling this part of the Red Sea home, you'll enjoy an exciting day exploring the magical underwater world.
Bring your own snorkeling equipment on this relaxing day trip, or hire gear onboard the boat. Soft drinks and mineral water are available throughout the day and lunch is served in the afternoon.
St Catherine's Monastery and Moses' Mountain at Sunrise
140 miles from Sharm El Sheikh but it’s a rare opportunity to experience something Biblical…See the sun rise over the desert during an unforgettable visit to where Moses received the 10 Commandments.
You'll travel in air-conditioned comfort with your own personal Egyptologist guide, who will accompany you up Moses' Mountain and take you on a tour of St. Catherine's Monastery (note that the descent is not too steep but there are around 500 steps at the very summit). The monastery is believed to have been built around the site of Moses' Burning Bush.
Camel Safari with optional Bedouin Dinner
Can you truly say you have been to Egypt if you haven't ridden a camel?! Find out for yourself on an afternoon Camel Safari through the desert and finish the day with an authentic taste of Bedouin tea. You also have the option of a Bedouin dinner.
Glass Bottom Boat Cruise and Coral Reef Viewing
No need to get in the water to enjoy the spectacular coral reefs of the Red Sea near Sharm el-Sheikh. Board a glass bottom boat to see the underwater world while staying dry! Cruise from Naama Bay to the Near Garden and Far Garden, passing over the top of beautiful Red Sea coral reefs. Your English speaking guide will be on hand providing commentary and to answer any questions you may have.
Private Tour: Egyptian Stars and Bedouin Dinner
Escape the city lights and head to the desert for a romantic night of star gazing and Bedouin feasting on this deluxe private tour from Sharm el Sheikh. Away from the lights of the city, you'll see the heavens as they are meant to be seen. With the aid of your expert guide, you'll enjoy the moody atmosphere of the desert as you observe the planets and stars through a telescope. After your amazing star-gazing experience, sample Bedouin tea and indulge in an authentic Bedouin dinner.
Private 4WD Jeep Safari and Hiking in the Colored Canyon
Let your 4WD vehicle and driver take you 240km across the desert sands to Abu Galum and the coloured canyons. Hike (reasonable fitness required) among the rocky mountains enjoying the many colours reflecting from the oxidized surfaces in the sun. Keep your eyes open for the local wildlife including Nubian Ibex, Red Foxes and Striped Hyenas. On the way back to Sharm el Sheikh stop by the seafront restaurant at Nuweiba to have lunch before continuing to Dahab for some shopping. This tour is not recommended for the elderly, those with heart conditions or other serious illnesses.
Ras Mohammed Marine Park
World-famous coral reefs, wreck diving, fantastic snorkelling and a rich array of marine life are protected by Egypt's Ras Mohammed Marine National Park and attract avid scuba divers from around the planet.
Plunge into the park's waters and you have the chance to spot more than 220 species of coral, over 1,000 species of fish, dozens of varieties of star fish and sea urchins, and several kinds of sea turtles. Popular diving sites include Sha'ab Mahmoud, Beacon Rock, Jackfish Alley, Yolanda Reef, Old Quay and the wreck of the SS Thistlegorm.
The swirls of candy-colored rock at Colored Canyon are a popular day trip destination from Sharm el Sheikh. They form some of the most impressive natural features in the world. It’s a pretty easy hike 800 yards along the floor of the canyon. This is a popular spot so try to arrive before breakfast to avoid the crowds.
The focus of the Sharm el Sheikh resort action is Na’ama Bay, a collection of glittering seaside resorts fronting the water. Stroll the beachfront promenade lined with restaurants and hotels. Na’ama Bay’s clubs party hard from midnight to dawn, and cafes overlooking the water are an atmospheric setting to try a sheesha water pipe.