Red Sea and Sinai
Information about the resorts and touristic cities on Egypt’s Red Sea coast and in the Sinai Peninsula and Sharm El-Sheikh
Marsa Alam is an old, small town located in the south of the Eastern Desert in Egypt on the Red Sea. It is 790 kilometers south of Cairo and about 300 kilometers from Hurghada.
For a long time, historians regarded Sinai only as a stage for biblical Christian events and as a through-route for mercenaries, traders, pilgrims, and nomads. The mining activities of ancient Egyptians have also left plainly visible traces.

Once in South Sinai, you will unquestionable see Tiran Island, illuminated by the shining sun, with its light brown-yellow appearance right between Sharm and Saudi Arabia

St. Catherine is famous for its monastery which was dedicated to one of Alexander 's rulers, Saint Catherine, who converted to Christianity and was tortured to death for the sake of her new faith. Moreover, you can enjoy climbing Moses Mountain, the place where Moses received ten commandments from his Lord.
The Monastery was named after St. Catherine (the daughter of Kistery) who was tortured to death by her father for she succeed in converting 50 of his followers to Christianity in 307 AD. Saint Catherine's Monastery has been one of the world's great centers of religious pilgrimage for over 15 centuries.
Sharm El Naga locates about 45 minutes south Hurghada. If you have a special interest in the water sports and activities, Sharm El Naga is your destination. Sharm el Naga has been regarded as one of the best diving and snorkeling spots in the world. Diving is on the house reef.
Ras Mohamed is a National Park. Located at the southern extreme of the Sinai Peninsula, near the city of Sharm El-Sheikh. Overview: It comprises the two islands, Tiran and Sanafir. The park's area covers 480 kilometers of pristine shoreline and boasts exceptional coral reef.
The virgin beaches between Nuweiba and Taba, has aroused the desire of investors with their potential commercial importance. Thus, the establishment of deluxe hotels for mass tourism offering flight and hotel packages with reasonable prices.
Naama Bay is the main area of touristic development in Sharm El Sheik, with an attractive pedestrian path separating them from the beach. Behind them passes the busy main dual carriage way with its own row of less well-situated hotels and various commercial outlets.
The Springs of moses are a group of hot springs, some sweet and some bitter, which form a small fertile oasis. It is a wonderful oasis with a natural palm trees surrounding the hot springs. Its water has the ability to heal wounds, especially those of diabetic patients. It can also strengthen bodies and help regulate high blood pressure.
A visit to the canyon provides instant recognition of where it gets its name. The walls of the canyon, which reach up to sixteen stories, are easily the most colorful and intriguing rock formations in all of Sinai. They were created by the erosion of water upon sandstone and limestone.
Giftun Island is one of the largest islands in the Red Sea as it is the second largest island after the Shedwan Island. It is known for its rare coral reefs, colourful fish, and extraordinary birds. It includes more than 196 kinds of the solid coral reefs which represent about 80% of the biodiversity of the coral reefs in the Red Sea.
Night in the desert has its own charm and mystery. Bedouins are wandering tribes in the Red Sea and Sinai Peninsula. You are invited to have a dinner on a camp set up as an exhibition of Bedouins' lifestyle, culture, and this experience gives you a good introduction to their lifestyle.
Year-round sunshine, clear waters and wonderful corals make the Red Sea in Egypt a perfect place for scuba diving. A Red Sea diving holiday in Egypt with Memphis tours is simply unforgettable.
Soma Bay is well known for its beautiful beaches and for its location directly on the seashore. 360 days sunshine a year, perfect temperatures in winter (25 C) as well as in summer (35 C).
This Monastery is considered the oldest inhabited monasteries in the world. During the sixth and seventh centuries many monks from Wadi Natroun, who were under frequent attacks by Bedouins, migrated to St. Antony's monastery.

It is situated at the foot of Kalzam Mountain near Al Zaafarana and dedicated to St. Paul who renounced his inheritance and consecrated his life to God after the death of his parents. It was built in a period of some eighty years, as It dates to the fifth century.