With 35 kilometres of coastline to choose from, it’s easy to find a beach in Sharm el Sheikh. The diving and snorkelling are irresistible for most water lovers, too. Travel to Shark’s Bay, where tropical fish and stingrays glide close to the shore. Meanwhile, you’ll find bargain souvenirs at the bazaar in the Hadaba area of Na’ama Bay — think top-quality cotton and finely woven carpets made in Egypt.Itching to get away? For a break that will get you sun while making sure your money goes that extra mile, an All Inclusive holiday to Sharm el Sheikh is hard to beat.
Water babies are in for a treat at the Parrotel Aqua Park Resort. Slides, chutes, rivers and wave pools are just a few of the thrills to be enjoyed here. Despite being home to huge waterpark, the hotel is well geared up for relaxation. You’ll find loungers and parasols dotted all over the place and indoors the spa offers up soothing massages and facials, and there’s a hot tub to unwind in to top it off.
Little ones can burn some energy in the play area and enjoy all the activities the kids club has to offer. The Pizzeria Snack Restaurant offers a family-friendly atmosphere where guests enjoy casual meals and tempting desserts in the afternoon. But when it comes to breakfast and dinner, the Palms Restaurant offers expansive, stunning views of the resort. The daily menu’s provide a variety of cuisine, so start your morning off with big buffet spreads, and end the day with tasty dinners serving up local delicacies.
- Bask in the sun on the lazy river
- Take some time out on the private beach
- The Aqua Park here boasts seven pools, twenty-five coloured tubes, slides to race down, a fun wave pool
- Great Entertainment programme