Sharm El Naga Great Place to Snorkel and Relax

Discussion in 'Egyptian Lounge' started by propertywatch1, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. propertywatch1

    propertywatch1 <b>Official Photographer</b>

    Hello Everyone
    Thought i would give you all a change and post some pictures of a fantastic protected area for Snorkelling and just relaxing in the sun.
    Here you will find one of the best places to see the live coral and fish in the Hurghada area.

    The beach is large and slopes gently into the sea ideal for beginners who may be put off with the usual drop deep water.

    Also here are beach chalets that can be booked 25 euros per person per night half board. Ideal if you would like to do a night snorkel.

    Price for just a days entry is 80le and it is 45 km south of Hurghada.

    They also have a bar, restaurant, and a large swimming pool.

    A place you must see inbetween your property hunting.Will keep the kids happy and the wife.
     

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  2. propertywatch1

    propertywatch1 <b>Official Photographer</b>

    some more pictures.
     

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  3. propertywatch1

    propertywatch1 <b>Official Photographer</b>

    last few photos of Sharm El Naga Hope you enjoyed them,i thought it would make a refreshing change.
     

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  4. awahee123

    awahee123 Banned

    Well looks like a beautiful place,wish I was there....
     
  5. Mark .Y.

    Mark .Y. New Member

    I take it that this further South than Sahl Hasheesh Derek ?

    Mark .Y.
     
  6. Peter Mitry

    Peter Mitry <B>Egypt Forum Founder Member</B>

    It looks idyllic! Are there any hotels or apartments there?
     
  7. propertywatch1

    propertywatch1 <b>Official Photographer</b>

    Hello Peter
    It looked like a structure is going up but im not sure if it will be a apartment block or a small hotel complex. I will investigate next time i go.
     
  8. Peter Mitry

    Peter Mitry <B>Egypt Forum Founder Member</B>

    Thanks Derek! I am sure that many people would hope there will not be too much building; it looks idyllic.
     
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