Holidays to Sharm El Sheikh On the Increase

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 17, 2009 -- Sharm El Sheikh is one of Egypt's most famous dive sites which spreads across 74 kilometers of open sea. Diving conditions here are ideal since the reefs are isolated and there is a lack of fishing. Apart from the variety of different colors of the reefs, there is also a wide variety of sharks and other aquatic life, including dolphins and turtles. Many people also dive with the dolphins, as these reefs offer this opportunity.

“Even though the vast majority of tourists flock to Sharm for the many diving opportunities it offers, many people simply come for the wonderful beaches, resorts and shopping. The resorts are varied, and caters to the taste of individual people. A lot of these resorts offer scuba diving courses that can be pre-booked. For romantic couples looking for a getaway or honeymoon location, they can spend the weekend in Dahab, suited for the needs of couples mainly because of its peaceful and tranquil setting.” says Julian Bates of

"Sharm El Sheikh has a lively nightlife, full of late-night entertainment and activities, most of which are centered around Naama Bay. This area has many 5 star hotels, discos, nightclubs, bars and pubs, revolving around these tourist spots. It also has a lively clubbing scene, one of the best hotels offering this service is the Echo Temple, which offers techno parties. Naama Bay also has numerous casinos, which become busy in the evenings." continues Mr Bates.

Sharm El Sheikh is a haven for families as well as thrill seekers, and has virtually every activity imaginable, from scuba diving, to relaxing on the beach, to taking the family out to watch a film, to enjoying a relaxing honeymoon or romantic weekend.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 17, 2009 at 5:25 am
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