Sharm el Sheikh is a popular coastal resort located in the south Sinai region of Egypt. It is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and coral reefs, which make it a popular destination for snorkeling, scuba diving, and other water sports.

In addition to its natural beauty, Sharm el Sheikh is also home to a variety of historical and cultural attractions, including the Old Market, where visitors can shop for traditional Egyptian goods, and the Naama Bay Mosque, which is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings.

It is also a popular destination for adventure tourism, with a range of activities available. Including rock climbing, desert safaris, and hot air balloon rides. The city is also a gateway to the nearby St. Catherine’s Monastery, one of the oldest and most important Christian sites in the world.


Sharm El Sheikh experiences a subtropical arid climate, classified by the Koppen Geiger system as hot desert (BWh). Temperatures are just short of a tropical climate. Typical temperatures range from 18 to 23 °C in January and 33 to 37 °C  in August. The temperature of the Red Sea in this region ranges from. 21 to 28 °C over the course of the year.Marsa Alam, Kosseir and Sharm El Sheikh have the warmest winter night temperatures of cities and resorts in Egypt.

The highest recorded temperature was 46 °C on 3 June 2013, and the lowest recorded temperature was 5 °C on 23 February 2000.

Overall, Sharm el Sheikh is a unique and stunning destination that offers a variety of activities and attractions for visitors. Its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and rich cultural and historical heritage make it a must-see destination for anyone visiting Egypt.