|Ras Mohammed National Park Ras Mohammed National Park is what put Sharm el-Sheikh on the tourist map||Jolanda Reef Dive Site Jolanda Reef also called Yolanda Reef is one of the most popular dive sites in the northern section of the Red Sea and lies within the Ras Mohammed Marine Park|
|Location: 38 kilometers south of Sharm el-Sheikh 2||Fish now flit through its rooms and cargo holds filled with jeeps, motorbikes, and armaments that never made it to the front|
The wreck is situated in the Straits of Gubal, off the western coast of the Sinai Peninsula, so it is offered as either a long one-day boat trip from Sharm el-Sheikh or an overnight trip.29
|Travelers seeking a good view should head to the Shark Observatory cliff top right on the southern edge of Ras Mohammed, where views stretch across both sides of the Red Sea||A trip here is a must-do for anyone staying in Sharm el-Sheikh|
|The best beaches are Old Quay Beach with its top-notch coral reef easily reached from the shore and Aqaba Beach||Thistlegorm Dive Site For many advanced divers, a trip to Sharm el-Sheikh means only one thing: diving the Thistlegorm|
The overnight trips have the added bonus of a night dive of the wreck.