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Cheap Flights to Sharm El Sheikh with Jazeera Airways

Discover Sharm El Sheikh

With soft sandy beaches, a vibrant nightlife, and world-class diving just metres from the beach, Sharm El Sheikh is Egypt’s most popular holiday hotspot. You’ll find plenty of hotels to suit every budget and can choose to do as much or as little as you want during your stay. The Red Sea is deliciously warm for a dip throughout the year. If you’ve got shopping on your mind, you’ll find plenty of local and international stores as well as traditional markets and bazaars.

Jazeera Airways’ great value fares are the perfect excuse to pack your bag and head off to enjoy the charms of Sharm. Whether you plan to visit friends and family, enjoy a holiday, or are travelling on business, the resort offers everything from All Inclusive luxury to self catering freedom, and all with the stunning backdrop of the Red Sea right on your doorstep.

Essential Facts

Time
09:18
Date
1/19/2020
Time Zone
+02:00
Weather
°C
Language
Arabic
Currency
Egyptian Pound
Electricity
220v/50Hz
Best Time To Visit
April

Things To Do

Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai

If you’re in search of a more spiritual excursion, Mount Sinai, also known as Gabal Musa, is less than three hours’ drive away. The mountain is a possible location of the biblical Mount Sinai, which many consider a holy site, as this is the site where Moses received the 10 Commandments.

Naama Bay

Naama Bay

The chance to dive among the rich colours of the tropical underwater dive sites draws many visitors to Sharm El Sheikh. If you’re here with young children who haven’t quite got the hang of snorkelling yet, let them enjoy the scene with a trip in a glass-bottomed boat.

Saint Catherine’s Monastery

Saint Catherine’s Monastery

It is officially known as the ‘Sacred Monastery of the God-Trodden Mount Sinai’. Built between 548 – 565, it’s one of the oldest working monasteries in the world, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Shopping

From traditional markets to gleaming, modern shopping malls, you’ll find plenty of places to spend your Egyptian Pounds in Sharm El Sheikh. Genena City offers a wide range of local and international brands as well as entertainment and dining options. Savour the smells of spices as you wander around Sharm Old Market, or save your money for a trip to one of the big historical sites where you can buy all kinds of trinkets and mementoes of your trip.

Food And Drink

Food And Drink

From romantic bistros for two to family and budget-friendly cafés, you’ll find a huge choice of restaurants, cafés, and clubs across the resort. Local specialities like kebab and grilled meats are served until late from street-side restaurants and stalls. The hotels and shopping malls cater to international tastes. There are lots of affordable options for snacking too.

Things To Know


Visa Requirements

 
  • A visa is necessary for most nationalities.
  • Single-entry, 30-day tourist visas can be purchased online or at the airport on arrival for many nationalities, including Indian nationals.
  • Citizens of Kuwait do not need any visa for tourist or business trips of up to 90 days.

  Getting Around

 
  • If you’re staying in Naama Bay, you’ll discover everything you need is within easy walking distance.
  • To explore further afield, you’ll find blue and white minibuses, which run a set route and offer an affordable and convenient option.
  • Alternatively, there are lots of taxis ready for your trade, although it’s worth agreeing the fare first.

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