EGYPT 2021 SHARM EL SHEIKH All Inclusive will take you to Egypt's most famous beach resort. Gaze at views of the Red Sea and the Sinai Mountains from the Sharm Dreams Resort, close to Naama Bay attractions. Set on the southern point of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, this Sharm el-Sheikh resort is only one kilometre from the city centre and only 30km from the famous Ras Mohamed National Park.
The resort offers a private beach, 700m long and a diving centre on-site.
Visiting Sharm El Sheikh is a dream come true, and a stay at the Sharm Dreams Resort is an elegant way to make the dream real.
At a glance
|SHARM el SHEIKH||7 Nights at the Sharm Dreams Resort|
|Accommodation||Standard Garden Double room|
|Transfers||Return Airport-Hotel transfers|
Highlights at this all-inclusive resort include
4 restaurants, 9 outdoor swimming pools, and a nearby private beach
Make use of the relaxing beach amenities like umbrellas and sun loungers.
Bring your whole family to Sharm Dreams Resort for 2021 fun including a water park (surcharge), and a complimentary children's club
Sharm Dreams Resort offers 394 accommodations with minibars and safes.
Televisions come with premium cable channels. Bathrooms include shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers.
In-room wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge.
Additionally, rooms include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards.
Housekeeping is provided daily.
Arrive Sharm el Sheikh (D)
- Welcome to the beautiful Red Sea in Egypt
- On arrival at Sharm El Sheikh Airport, you are met by our representative for transfer to your Hotel
- Check-in and dinner at the Hotel
Sharm Dreams Resort ( A/I)
- After breakfast, time to explore the hotel and its beach
- Fill your day with sun and enjoy the All-Inclusive meal plan
Sharm Dreams Resort ( A/I)
- A day at leisure at your Resort
- Perhaps you feel like snorkelling, this can be arranged with the hotel
- Return airfares from Johannesburg on Egypt Air (Specific and Limited Seats)
- Departure and Fuel taxes (subject to change)
- 07 Nights Accommodation in standard double rooms
- Meals as per itinerary
- Return transfers Airport - Hotel - Airport
- Increases in airfares and departure/fuel taxes
- Optional tours & Activities
- Visa fee
- Services not mentioned in the itinerary
- Travel Insurance
- Valid for travel between 01 May and 30 June 21
- Seasonal, Weekend, Events and School holiday Supplements may be applicable
Contact us for any other travel date required
Things to do in Sharm el-Sheikh:
Glass Bottom Boat Cruise with Coral Reef Viewing
Ride a Camel across the Desert
Go stargazing at a Bedouin Dinner
Explore the coloured canyons
Best time to travel
The best time to visit Egypt’s sites (Cairo, Red Sea Resort and Nile Cities) is from February to April and again between October and November. During these months, the sky and seas are perfectly blue.
Wintertime temperatures (December to February) are mild and can be overcast. Note that December is peak season and rates are calculated accordingly
Egypt Culture and Greetings
Egypt’s Essential Views are defined as Honour, Loyalty, Education, Modesty and Pride
Greetings between men and women: A handshake may be acceptable in certain circumstances and the woman must extend her hand first. If she does not, a man should bow his head as a sign of acknowledgement.
Drinks & Food
There is a wide variety of offerings available ranging from the cheap food carts and street food that serve Egypt’s working class to fancy restaurants that cater solely to tourists and the upper class. Tea (shai) is the national drink of Egypt. Invitations to sit and drink tea together are an important part of the culture. Egyptians generally drink tea sweetened with a large amount of sugar. Alcohol is not widely consumed because of Islamic rules. Beer is popular and readily available in the larger cities. Buy your duty-free alcohol before entering the country.
Also known as Backsheesh will be requested from you by “everyone”. Change your money into Egyptian Pounds for tips to porters, waiters, room staff and drivers. Official Guides are tipped in Foreign currency. Remember that the tips supplement the income of low Egyptian wages paid