This was a night to remember! I had so much fun. We were picked up from our hotel and taken to Fantazia...we were shown to the people who would be serving us our dinner and where to go for the show etc. I remember walking into the place and thinking it was something from Aladdin! It looked like a palace and was huge....very beautiful.
The show was showing at 9.00 pm so we walked around the shops in Fantazia, then went to get our seats for the show...we was asked if we'd like drinks and they were brought to us. The show began it featured the wonders of Egypt; Sphinx, Temples etc and explained the history...so very educational too. The show began with lights and dancing, then horse riding with tricks which i really enjoyed!! They had fire works and lots more dancing...everyone really enjoyed the show. We then went to the centre of Fantazia where another show of traditional eygptian dancing were been shown. The man who we were introduced to showed us to our seats (front row!) and we were given our food; asked if we'd like drinks and sheesha etc. The manager even came to us and asked if everything was ok! I remeber everyone looking at us like how come they are getting all the attention! I also thought the same...we were treated like royalty. The show ended at about 1 am and we were picked up from Fantazia and taken back to the hotel...It was a fabulous night!! Definately recommended!!
Why not treat the family to a fantastic Dolphin Show in Sharm. These are very clever animals and are amazing to watch. These beautiful animals are trained by Russians and you can watch them dance and perform acrobatics to the music and even get to see them draw! Fantastic. There are 3 gorgeous dolphins from the Black Sea.
The show is daily and starts at 3.00pm which lasts around 1 hour. You get picked up from your hotel at around 2.00pm. Prices are £26 per adult and £13 per child.
You don't have to be religious to find delight in visiting a mosque as in general they are architecturally beautiful buildings. The Al Salam Mosque at Sharm is no exception.
It is impossible for me to describe it to you, but the couple of pictures I attach will help you picture the beauty that I saw. This mosque is particularly symmetrical and is a terrific subject for wonderful photographs.
If you are visiting a mosque, dress respectfully. No short sleeved t-shirts or tops of any nature, no shorts or short skirts, make sure your shoulders are covered, remove your shoes on entering.
There are lovely mountains in the background and once again you can get beautiful dusky pics of these at sunset.
3 beautiful dolphins are well trained and do some fantastic stuff, they dance, sing, even paint, not to mention great jumps like the one in the picture. Swimming with them is also possible but costs 90 dollars and it is usually booked for many weeks ahead.
What a magical show it was here. It was approximately an hour. It was booked by an excursion done through our rep. It cost £20 per person, which included pick up and drop off and a visit to fanatazia to do some shopping. Which included a free drink.
The show began with African dancers, then the Russian trainers came and began the show. It was magical. There was three dolphins who did various amount of tricks and it was a bit emotional to be fair. Everyone really enjoyed it.
It must be seen to be appreciated!
If i was to go again, i'd go by a taxi and pay at the gate, as it is much cheaper. We only went this way because the taxi man who we had didnt know where it was and we got lost, so we gave up and booked it through the rep.
Although very westernised in many ways this is still very much an Arabic country and it is not unusual to see women covered from head to toe even in the hot sun. I was also amazed to see that they wear an all-in-one when they snorkel and keep their head covered with a scarf even when they dive.
Respect their culture by covering up when walking to and from your sunbed. Long sarongs and wraps will be your best ally on this trip.
Must see actvities in Egypt you say ??? Lets see, where to start.... Floating on the Nile ? Felucca sailing in Aswan ? The Pyramids of Giza ? Red Sea Diving ?
NO NO NO NO NO NO...
The one absolute must see actvity in my book would have to be BEACH AEROBICS LA BAMBA with the FABULOUS FABIO... 1-2-3 CHA CHA CHA 4-5-6 CHA CHA CHA... You get the idea...
Riding camels, in that night in the Bedouin dinner we enjoyed riding camels, camels that live in that area are dromedary camels at the beginning boys and girls were afraid of touching camels, but with help from Mohamed the young Bedouin cameleer , it started by afraid touches , then they found it friendly animal and almost not moving , they asked to ride it in the Stability and when they tried little move for one meter with tit they couldn’t resist to take rounds and rounds and each one asking to finish to take his round
With more than 47,000 sqm of space, Cleopark is the first waterpark in the Sinai. Boasting more than 50 lifeguards on duty, the waterpark is the perfect place to take the kiddies for fun on Eygptian themed rides and regular waterslides.
There are seven different attractions and six slides. Depending on the age of the kiddes (5-50!) there is something for everyone from regular fun to hair-raising plunging slides. Some adventures require innertubes while others are normal waterslides.
The park is open from 10am until sunset all year round.
Soho Square place for shopping and night life it is no. 1 shopping arcade in Sharm el sheikh and by night it place for dance music magic shows and coloured musical fountains , along with the place is made in a very luxury all for free may be you can take drink in the ice bar , or you can enjoy watching football in queen Vic/
All photos you can will online will be for night time
I brought photos for the SOHO in morning time
The desert is as wonderful a place to visit as the beach, and excursions there are very popular. Some of the most popular places to visit in the desert are Coloured Canyon, St. Catherine's Monastery, and the Feiran Oasis. You can even climb Mount Moses and take photographs. You can tour the desert in a number of different ways, including horseback riding, camel riding, and quad bikes.
hi im going to sharm in december aswell, last week i completed the injection course
i had Hepititus A & B , tetanus and typhoyd . these were advised by my doctor .i am also a teenager and i am traveling with my mum n nan
You and take a number of different boat trips around the bays and reefs and see a wide variety of marine life. Boat trips are a wonderful way to relax and soak up the rays. Different types of boats are available.
Mostafa Mosque is one of the modern marks in Sharm El Sheikh , it the biggest Mosque in South Sinai , Muslims use it for prayers and it also receives visits from foreigners to see that place of Islamic architect the place is built in 15000 Sqm. area it has info Center to introduce Islam to foreigners many languages and a separate area for Ablution , it has
The best way to start your holiday is hav a good rest in Turkish bath. Where leave all stress and have grat relax from casual life.
Usualy hotels an tour operators offer things like that. But here is my advice - beter go by your own. Because it is much more cheaper. Four instance he basic turkis bath program what offer hotels and tour operators cost 25 -40$, but if you go by your on it will cost you just 15 $.
There is one great smol Turkish bath in sarm, and they provide good program ( chookolate masaga, aromaterapy and things like that) Also you can ask four transfer... they ofer that too - ( it is included)
I wisit it 2 times in my holiday time:0 it was great:)
Hav to find it?? Just call maneger. Mr. Ahmed - +20163664790... and he will arrange every thing:)
P.S. Notice it is Muslime country they dont ofer no alcoholic drinks, just tee, coffie :)
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