Naama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh
Na'ama Bay itself has some minor reefs for snorkeling, reachable from the beach. I was surprised to get a glimpse allready of many colourful fishes just a few steps in the water.
The first time we visited Na'ama Bay we walked to the Near Garden east of the beach area near the Sofitel Hotel. We could walk there on the cliffs. Also if you not go for snorkeling, the walk on the cliffs is nice. Nowadays acces can maybe be blocked by new hotels built on the shore.
Directions: East of the beach of Na'ama Bay.
A sure shot of smoothing your nerves after a Hard Day of Swimming and other Activites...Have a Nice Hookah( water pipe) in different flavours and watch the Whole Sharm walk around....Also you get to see a EGYPTIAN NOMADIC JIGGY done mostly by the Entertainers of the cafe...!! Make sure you dnt miss it.
Address: Naama Bay
you should go to marina or the so called na'ma bay if you want to shoping or clubing or smoking shisha in cafe then marina is the best thing,you can also find there Macdonalds pizza hut ,hardrock cafe and alot of other shopping center
This is a big place , kept nice and clean , and they dont bother you that much here, not like outside. Nice chinese resturant here where Tony Blair and his family went , they have the photo framed on the wall.
Address: Centre of Naama Bay
Visit the Camel Bar in Naama Bay, up on the roof top you can slouch around on the sofas, have a drink some good food and of course for afters have a go on the local hashish. Im not a smoker myself but had a go. The tabaco is flavoured with things like cherry, strawberry or apple to name a few.
Address: Camel Bar Roof Top - Naama Bay
This bar which is upstairs in the Camel Hotel is British Run and offers sky sports and an impressive range of international drinks. Upstairs the roof top bar has spectaculr views over Naama Bay and the clear skies of Sharm. They also serve food and have Shisha and supply patio heater on cooler evenings which are a God send.
Directions: Above Camel Hotel
There are many pavement cafes in Naama Bay. In January they were still gleefully lit with Christmas lights and decorations which added to the charm of the traditional arabic low sofas and cusions which are strewn around for your comfort. Treat yourself to one of the many refreshments on offer, a dazzling array of international teas, coffees, milk shakes and hot chocolate.
Directions: Naama Bay
Emma and I have ben to Pacha in London and we found that Pacha in Naama Bay lived up to its reputation as a must see night out. If you like dancing this is the place for you. Like everywhere in Egypt alcohol is very expensive by local standards so watch your wallet!
Address: Pacha Naama Bay
Sharm-el-Sheikh is situated in Southern Sinai in the National Park region of Ras Mohamed.
The main tourist area is Naama Bay which is approximately a 1km long sandy beach, which is now filled with hotels, restaurants, shops and bars.
The most marvelous view of night sharm you can see here! You can have different kinds of fresh juice, shisha, beer and listen for oriental music.
Every holiday we used to visit this place - it` s kind of tradition for us!
Address: Panorama Cafe, Naama Bay, beside Naama bay Hotel
Naama bay is fairly small but it can get crowded. It is nice to take a stoll through the main area inthe evening. The shops and stalls stay open late sop there is plenty of time for shopping in the evening rather than during the day.
Along the beach, there are dance spots under the sun, on a stage. It's much like having fun not party or so.
This's made for tourists in front of hotels.
These place, I guess, don't attract local people, but it's fun though
Address: Nema Bay
All along the beach at Naama Bay there is a paved walkway which is lovely at night, it is lined with various cafes and restaurants and everyone converges here in the evenings. You can book tours and activites for the following day have a meal or just take a wander.
The one "downtown" type area in Sharm el Sheikh is in the Na'ama bay area. Most of the pubs and restaurants are gathered here.
It is actually not so bad, as the streets are now blocked off to car traffic here, which makes walking around somewhat pleasant. (a rarity in traffic-bound Egypt)
Taxi ride from most of the resorts to Na'ama Bay will probably run you about 15 EP or so. ($2.50 USD)
Naama bay is the centre of Sharm. There are many shops where you can by from silver, gold, perfumes, and all kind of memories of Egypt. There are coffee shops where you can smoke shisha - very nice and drink different teas and coffees.
In the evening Naama is ful of people, but during the day it is very empty.