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In photos: Sharm el-Sheikh, Marsa Alam among 10 best beaches in Middle East – TripAdvisor

Day dreaming about a beach vacation now that you can feel the summer breeze in the air? TripAdvisor just ranked the top 10 beaches in the Middle East to make planning that vacation a little easier, and Egypt’s Red Sea beaches grabbed three ranks on that list. According toTripAdvisor’s 2017 Travelers Choice rankings, Marsa Alam’s […]

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10 facts you may not know about the newly inaugurated ‘Sahaba Mosque’ in Sharm El-Sheikh

Egypt’s Minister of Religious Endowments Mohamed Mokhtar inaugurated Al-Sahaba mosque in Sharm El Sheikh’s old market area, an Ottoman-style architectural masterpiece. Here are 10 facts you probably didn’t know about it: 1. The mosque’s foundation stone was laid in January 2011, but building work was suspended during the events of the revolution. Work resumed again later […]

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I spent new year by myself in Sharm el-Sheikh. I’ve never felt happier

In 2007, after my cul-de-sac of a relationship came to an end, I decided to take my first holiday alone. I discovered that I was excellent company Winter, 2007. My first TV series had just gone out. I had just got my first tattoo. I needed a holiday, but having recently disentangled myself from a […]

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Two wheels are better than four

Its spring time in Sharm or more like summer with temperatures soaring to unusual highs, but this doesn’t seem to hinder or heed the equally soaring interest of cycling. Have you noticed there are more and more of us; cycling is fast becoming the new fitness challenge in Sharm and what a fantastic place to do it. One of the […]

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Three peak Egypt Challenge

In the last few months I’ve noticed a growing phenomenon in Sharm; people are doing things, getting active, enjoying the great outdoors and generally getting fit. Sinai seems to becoming the next destination for extreme sport challenges. We’ve hosted the Paris-Dakar, we’ve witnessed the deepest SCUBA dive and now we’ve got the ultimate endurance challenge, […]

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Tsunami Summer in Sharm

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Wax on, wax off & slam dunk in style

As a place to grow up, Sharm has always been loved by her home grown kids, especially if they are water babes. Pop down to any of the local beaches and for sure you will find these cool kids, hanging out in between wake board sessions, SCUBA training or swimming lessons – but what happens if they don’t like water or you simply want to broaden their […]

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Fun @ Genena City

The last time I visited Genena City on my mission to find Broadway, I passed lots of interesting attractions without the time to investigate further; it seemed another trip to this vast mall of surprises was in order to fully explore what was on offer. My first port of call was the ice-skating rink. It always strikes me as strange to find ice in the desert but there […]

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Three companies request approval on new energy, tourism projects: GAFI chairman

Three companies have requested approval for renewable energy, tourism projects worth EGP 1bn Three companies have requested for General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI) approval for two renewable energy projects and one tourism project in Sharm El-Sheikh, said GAFI Chairman Hassan Fahmy. The investments are expected to be injected into the tourism expansion […]

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Egypt optimistic about tourism recovery from October: Tourism minster

Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou is optimistic about a restoration of tourism set to begin in October due to eight of 15 countries lifting travel warnings for the South Sinai. Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou is optimistic about a restoration of tourism set to begin in October due to 8 out of 15 countries lifting travel warnings […]

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