Sharm El Sheikh

Um El Sid


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Positioned within tip of a little peninsula several kilometres south from Naama Bay and providing dazzling views of the Red water while the reefs, Ras Um Sid is a much quieter area close to Sharm El Sheikh’s old souk and the Ras Mohamed National Park, where scuba divers visit be dazzled by stunning coral structures, specially lover corals, and an amazing abundance of underwater life, including rare fish species. As a beach, it will be the area you intend to get in if you’re planning on having a truly relaxing visit to Sharm El Sheikh, not even close to the crowds of people. You will find interesting accommodation options at Hadaba, the residential location found in the central part of the peninsula, the tip which becoming called Ras Um Sid. Hadaba serves families, honeymooners and teams through a varied accommodation provide which range from luxurious hotels and hotels to individual villas, coastline houses and budget apartments. The location is found 5 km from Naama Bay, which provides you great entertainment opportunities after a complete day of coastline enjoyable and snorkelling.



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