The focus of the Sharm el Sheikh resort action is Na’ama Bay, a collection of glittering seaside resorts fronting the water.
Stroll the beachfront promenade lined with restaurants and hotels, or organize a camel or horse ride to the desert Bedouin villages.
Na’ama Bay’s clubs party hard from midnight to dawn, and cafes overlooking the water are an atmospheric setting to try a sheesha water pipe.
Of course, Na’ama Bay’s other raison d’être is as a jumping-off point to hit that crystal-clear water, filled with fluttering fish, lying offshore in Ras Mohamed National Park.
Have done this sort of thing elsewhere but this was exceptional - the pickup and return
was tailor-made, absolutely on time - the vessel was large and ideal, the commentary and knowledge of the 'right' parts of the sea bed were excellent
Can genuinely whole-heartedly recommend this
really it amazing and i like all staff works there for Viator
Driver picked my family of four up on time, drove us to a local hotel and had a professional staff member walk us through the hotel property to the Naama Bay Beach for the glass bottom boat ride. The kids loved seeing the local coral reefs, parrot fish, "Nemo" fish, etc... This is perfect for small children and very safe. The staff were friendly and I would not hesitate to recommend this cruise to anyone. Good value for money and Viator's rates were a little less than what tour reps wanted at the hotels. Book with confidence.
Na’ama Bay joins with Sharm el Maya Bay to form the resort of Sharm el Sheikh. The bay is around 6 kilometers (4 miles) east of Sharm el Maya Bay.