Tag: Sea

Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula lies at the extreme northern end of the Red Sea, cut off on its west coast from the Egyptian mainland by the Gulf of Suez, and from the Arabian peninsula on its east coast by the Gulf of Aqaba. This area has had a rather bloody past but that doesn’t stop scuba […]

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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

Congratulations to Sharm el Sheikh’s dive centers for bringing home the ‘Best Diving Centre in the world’ 2013 Diver Award for the 8th consecutive time, proving that the area’s Dive Centres offer great diving and a top-notch service. We got the hat trick with Camel Dive, Red Sea Diving College and Emperor Divers winning 1st, […]

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Warm Red Sea waters and guaranteed sunshine along with fabulous value diving offers from Emperor Divers makes 2014 THE year to dive, dive, dive! Good-value promotions on day diving, packages and liveaboards range from 5 January to 31 March with prices starting at £114 for three days’ boat diving in Marsa Alam or just £76 […]

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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh

Well I am just back from a nice day diving on the house reef at Makadi Bay in the glorious Red Sea. I have not been in the water for a few weeks so it was nice to be getting wet again. The weather actually seemed a bit bleak this morning with a cold wind […]

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After Giza pyramids and other ancient ruins, the beaches of Sharm El Sheikh are a big draw for tourists. Like many a sea-and-sun destination in and around Europe, Sharm El Sheikh has a dolphinarium offering a swim-with-dolphins program. Beyond that is the Red Sea, known for its diverse marine life and a place where one […]

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Egypt is blessed with some of the best diving sites in the world, both in the Mediterranean and on the Red Sea Coast. For those who have always wanted to learn there are dive schools, and for the more experienced diver a wide range of wrecks, reefs and walls to explore. There is a whole world […]

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The Whale shark the biggest fish in the sea and there are only a few whale species larger than it. Thought to reach up to a possible 20 meters and 34 tonnes it seems difficult to believe that Whale Sharks feed on microscopic plankton rarely more than 3 mm in size. The combination of its immense size and […]

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Rosetta is not the town it once was, nor does it attract visitors in the same way it once did. It is somewhat surprising, considering that the town is located where the world’s longest river empties into the sea, and where the key to understanding that river’s greatest civilization was found. Getting to Rashid, its […]

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Vacationers have varied concepts about what constitutes time off. For some, it’s a few days isolated on a beach; for others, it’s family time at the pool. People take vacations by perusing museums or walking through city streets. Vacation time can mean adventure — whether it’s diving, hiking or kite surfing, action can define a […]

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Written By: Serena El Kwasmy ( Sharm’s British Hairdesigns ) The guidelines to help in keeping your hair healthy: Eating right keeps your hair healthy! Keep your diet balanced, and eat protein and calcium rich foods. Stay away from junk foods and foods that are high in sugar or fat! Foods and supplements to nourish your […]

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