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Between May and September is the best time to visit Sharm El-Sheikh.
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Enjoy the view and relax at the perfect temperature thanks to the warm weather and crystal-clear water of the beautiful Sinai Sea.
Dive from high cliffs and let your instinct guide you to explore the blue underworld at Na’ama bay, swim or snorkel around colourful corals and join gracious dolphins on your way.
Undoubtedly, the Al Mustafa Mosque with its traditional Ottoman architecture is one of the key iconic landmarks of Sharm El-Sheikh, and not far away from the old market, which has everything you may need.
During the evening when the sun sets, restaurants and clubs turn on their lights to serve their customers’ traditional dishes and kick off the party, so don't forget to pack your best night wear and your best dance moves!