In respect of windsurfing holidays, El Tur is the newest destination in the Red Sea and it's isolation is it's charm. Only 50 minutes from Sharm Airport, it has long been known as a very windy spot but only recently has a centre and hotel been established. El Tur is in fact the capital of the Sinai, and has barely been touched by tourism. There is a moderate climate all year round and as well as having excellent conditions there are unlikely to be more than 20 windsurfers on the water. Catch it before the crowds co... read more
A breathtaking coastline of sun-drenched beaches and crystal-clear water make Dahab a favourite among divers and travellers alike. Dahab's picturesque landscape, its spectacular mountain ranges and golden palm fringed bays make it an excellent resort for those seeking a quiet, relaxing holiday, away for the hustle and bustle of the busier resorts.
The local area offers various places of interest that can be visited by Camel or Jeep. Dahab still holds its own atmosphere and character that is unique. You will expe... read more
This 480-square kilometre protected area lies where the Gulf of Suez meets the Gulf of Aqaba at Sinai's southern extremity. The arid desert terrain - consisting of sand dunes, gravel plains, fossilised corals and granite mountains - is home to a number of rare species, including Dorcas gazelle, Nubian ibex and red fox.
Easier to spot, though, are its resident birds such as terns, herons, gulls and ospreys. Thousands of white storks pass through Ras Mohammed each year, heading south during September/October and b... read more