Sharm el Sheikh is situated in a beautiful part of the world, at the southernmost tip of the Sinai Peninsula.The main reason that most people will know it is diving. It’s a subtropical paradise where the beaches are a base for a variety of water sports, including wind and kite-surfing, sailing, boating and canoeing.
Diving and snorkelling, though, are its jewels, with the Red Sea providing year round warm waters for exploring the region. I failed on the diving front, having panicked in the shallow end of a north London pool while attempting diver training. But floating in the water with the sun on your back and a snorkel over your face, you could almost be a bird in another planet’s atmosphere.
Tour in Sharm El Sheikh 2014