Travel Guides


By Air

The Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport connects this city to important destinations across the globe such as Zurich, Milan, Vienna, Moscow, London, among other cities. The largest airport in Sinai region, it also receives charter planes in the winter season. 

By Road

This city is connected to Eilat in Israel through the eastern coast and to Cairo through the western coast.

By Water

Private companies run fast boats connecting the city to Hurgada across the Red Sea.

Getting Around in SHARM EL SHEIKH

Taxis – Taxis in Sharm el- Sheikh operate on fixed rates. It’s always better for tourists to pre-book a taxi. The airport limo is the best mode to reach the airport conveniently on a pre-decided rate.

Buses – The cheapest mode of transport in the city, buses are easily available and hail able. A tourist just needs to raise their hand when they see a bus on the road.

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Visa Requirements for EGYPT

Because a large part of Egypt’s economy is dependent on tourism, the country is quite lenient in its visa policy, especially for tourists. For entry, one needs a passport that is valid for at least six months from the date of issue of visa. There are three types of Egyptian visas namely 

Tourist Visa – Usually valid maximum 3 months and granted on either a single or multiple entry basis
Entry Visa – For non-nationals visiting Egypt for reasons apart from tourism, exampl...

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