Sharm El Sheikh lays claim to having the most extensive range of fun. Try something different, like skydiving or parachuting from a helicopter, besides the excellent diving, snorkelling, sailing, wind and kite-surfing.
Visiting one of the colourful handicraft stands of the local Bedouin culture is a popular attraction, or Ras Mohammed, popular with birdwatchers, has the most northern mangrove forests in the world and is home to many birds, such as grey and white herons.
Located at the southernmost tip of the peninsula, this national park protects the area's wildlife as well as its spectacular natural landscape, shorelines and coral reef. The Park here embraces two islands, Tiran and Sanafir. Tiran Island’s location is six kilometres offshore from the Sinai Peninsula.