Many species of shark have inhabited the area for hundreds and thousands of years, such as grey reef, leopard sharks, hammerheads and whale sharks. Submarine tours take place frequently in order to see the sharks, which prove to be enjoyable day trips for the entire family. Exploring hundreds of kaleidoscopic schools of fish and coral types, and many other underwater surprises along the way, these expeditions start at the ethereal underwater reefs.
As one of the fastest growing social and nightlife scenes, Sharm el Sheikh is also a great place to party. If you love to mix with like-minded revellers, a day or two spent in Sharm is definitely recommended, whether you stay at luxury retreats in Cairo, or all inclusive hotels in Luxor.
Catering to a range of different music tastes, there are many bars and clubs to discover. With clubs including Little Buddha, the Pangaea club, and the ever popular Pacha chain, the scene here has even been described as the 'Magaluf of Egypt'.
Away from the clubbing scene, there is still plenty on offer in Sharm if you want to take a day trip there. The location of the promenade there, next to the seafront, means there is always fresh seafood on sale, as well as other cuisines, such as Lebanese, Italian and Chinese. It's also one of the best locations in Egypt for shopping. This is a resort where east really meets west, offering a balance between tradition and modernity, with a range of high end boutiques, quaint cafes and indulgent eateries to discover.
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