Dramatic mountain landscapes, Sandy beaches, Crystal clear waters and some of the world’s finest coral reefs. Sharm el Sheikh is a bustling cosmopolitan resort between the Gulf of Suez
Dahab, gold in Arabic, is named for its sweeping golden sands that stretch as far as the eye can see. Originally a Bedouin fishing village, it was “discovered” by backpackers drawn by the beautiful location,
This former fishing village is now a lively, family friendly resort that has risen from the desert to provide the perfect combination of luxurious hotels, contemporary restaurants, boutiques and cafes.
On the western coast of the Red Sea between Safaga and Hurghada, Makadi Bay nestles gently between serene desert sand dunes and the Red Sea Mountains. Boasting long stunning stretches of gently sloping