Na’ama Bay is a small beach town in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, well known among tourists for various kinds of water sports and high-voltage nightlife. A number of beach side cafes and resorts provide exclusive access to the beach and also make arrangements for various activities such as sea diving, snorkeling, parasailing, wind surfing and glass boat ride. Sharm el-Sheikh is filled with exotic places that provide a glimpse into ancient as well as modern Egyptian culture. The destination is also apt for adventure buffs. Take a look at some of the most popular highlights of Na’ama Bay.

  1. The Beach:

Na’ama Bay has many public as well as private beaches. The latter are largely used and maintained by various resorts and cafes spread along the coast. The public beaches have quite a few good snorkelling spots and visiting these beaches doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket. However, private beaches usually have facilities for different activities such as scuba diving, wind surfing, parasailing massage services and glass boat ride. Topless bathing is allowed at some beaches. The ones looking for popular resorts in Na’ama Bay may consider The Hilton, Tropitel and Rosetta Hotel among many others.

  1. Shopping and Markets:

Na’ama Bay is an Egyptian shopping paradise considering the enormous as well as exclusive things available here. You can buy gold, silver, clothes, carpets and various types of at very cheap prices. However, one needs to bargain hard. Shops are open from early morning till evening and generally bustle with people trying to use their most effective bargaining strategies to get the best deal. But if you do not wish to get into the hassles of haggling, then the Carrefour Express supermarket situated behind the Golden Pyramid Mall would be a suitable place for you to shop from. The prices are cheap and fixed there. Do not accept supposedly free stuff from shopkeepers and do not entertain any shopkeeper requesting you to fill up their guestbook. These are some common tricks used by some local miscreants to forcefully sell their stuff to foreign tourists.

  1. Food, Drinks and Sheesha:

The coast line of Na’ama Bay has a pedestrian-only promenade which has several cafes, restaurants and resorts where you may sample all kinds of local and foreign cuisines. Na’ama Bay also has a thriving night life and clubbing scene. In fact, the destination is home to some world renowned clubs such as Hard Rock Café, The Pacha, Little Buddha etc. Smoking Sheesha is a popular part of the culture here and Na’ama Bay has several places where you could enjoy a Sheesha with your choice of flavored tobacco.

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