Jump Inn Hostel Sharm

Sunny Lakes, Peace Road, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
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Forum Posts

the english snorkling boat trip

by claireandtex

hi there im due to go to naama bay area of sharm in oct and would be intrested in the name of the lady who runs the day trip you mentioned, the english lady if poss kind regards claire

Re: the english snorkling boat trip

by leics

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Travel Tips for Sharm El Sheikh

in general

by pjinitalia

Sharm el sheikh was great. It is a nice sort of resort town by the red sea. The beaches are beautiful. Many people go diving there. I went in January and the weather was great! The shopping was cheap and good. There are many outdoor cafe's where you enjoy something to drink and smoke the hookah. You have to try it if your there...it is a good atmoshphere and the shisha tastes great. They had a variety of restaurants there, so you can have a choice of different foods. There are many clubs and bars there, so nightlife is fun. There is also a hardrock cafe there that turns into a club at night..
lots of inexpensive gold of course...many many jewelry shops.
There are A LOT of perfume shops. They suck you in by telling you they want you to go to their shop and just look, so you go and then they offer you tea, and tell you that it is rude not to drink it. So after you drink tea they want you to buy perfume. We ended up buying some perfume at one shop and that was it. We didn't want to be rude, so later after being pressured into going into the shops just to go drink tea, we realized they got mad at us for not buying anything. make your life easier, go to one perfume shop just to experience it and if they invite you for tea, just tell them NO, or better yet, ignore them. They also may ask you to sign their book, as a friend...(I don't know why) That is also to get you in their perfume shops.

Na'ama Bay, located just a few...

by tanianska

Na'ama Bay, located just a few kilometers north of Sharm el-Sheikh, has in the past few years become the epicenter of tourism activity in the southern Sinai. Its resort hotels and shops, dive and tour operators, and energetic nightlife--to say nothing of the stunning beauty of the bay itself--make this recently developed area a magnet for visitors to Sinai.
Geographically, Na'ama Bay is a natural outgrowth of Sharm el-Sheikh. It is situated along a lovely stretch of coastline at the mouth of the Wadi el-Aat, itself an attraction of considerable beauty. All of the outstanding dive sites of the south Sinai, as one would expect, are within easy reach.

Pestering Shop Keepers

by beccyandjohn

Please dont be offended when the shop keepers pester you to look in there shops, this is just how they do business.

They will pay you compliments saying how lucky and how beautiful you are, and of course ask how many camels for your girlfriend/wife.

When walking round the shops they will all come out asking for a couple of minutes of your time or offer you a small gift to lure you into the shop, after a few days it becomes a bit annoying and i heard of a few people telling them to **** off, there is no need for this at all, this is how they do business. If you are not intrested just say no thank you and walk away.

Don't be another arogant tourist, enjoy your holiday and the culture that goes with it, show some respect towards the locals this is there country.

Essentials

by LizzyBetty

Stock up on rehydration salts either before you go or in resort, they are a lifesaver. Especially if you go during the hottest months. Both myself and a girl I met there suffered from dehydration and ended up almost fainting - 5 minutes after having a salt we were right as rain. It does taste like drinking salty water - but you get used to it! Underwater camera is a must! Even if you just go snorkelling you can get some great pictures. We bought a disposable one there for 100LE. I'm sure you could get it much cheaper before you go. Take LOADS of sun tan lotion it is sooooooo expensive in resort. Things like shower gel, hairspray, tampons etc are expensive too, so make sure you have plenty. You're not really in the mood to shop for the best price when you need particular toiletries pronto!

Scubadiving

by LotusV8

Sharm is one of the best divingspots in the world, and You dont need to dive - snorkelling is perfect here

A must link (if You didnt press my link in the beginning):www.sinaidivers.com

The link is not a commercial but it has some nice tips an pictures! You can rent all the equipment here, but I think that buying Your own siliconmask will give a more pleasant trip in the water - It wont leak!
And please read this:
Damage to these natural treasures is due to actions that may appear to be perfectly normal but in fact can and do have serious consequences. For example, a swimmer, diver or snorkeller resting, standing or walking on a coral surface damages the fragile tissue surface of the coral animal. The coral is then open to bacterial attack and disease, and will often not recover from this impact.

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