GLAM GOES TO SHARM EL SHEIKH
Sharm El Sheikh known as "the pearl" of the Red Sea is an Egyptian city on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, South Sinai Governorate.
With sunshine and warm waters all year round, Sharm El Sheikh is the closest destination to Europe where you can soak up the sun, dive amazing corals reefs, and enjoy the sea anytime you need a break from routine. The climate is lovely and dry all year long. Sharm El Sheikh boasts the widest array of fun, exciting and even crazy water and extreme sports: besides diving, snorkeling, sailing, wind and kite-surfing, you can even try skydiving or parachuting from a helicopter on your next GLAM Getaways experience in Sharm El Sheikh.
Diverse marine life and hundreds of Red Sea coral reef sites make Sharm El Sheikh a magnet for divers and eco-tourists. The tourist economy of this Sinai Peninsula city has grown quite rapidly over the last few decades, resulting in an up-crop of first-class resorts and posh nightlife. It is one of the finest diving spots in the world.
GLAM 2018 | El Gouna, Red Sea
Sea waves, Sunshine and the most awesome workout ever…Zumba® Fitness. We took El Gouna by storm! Classes by day, parties at night. Excursion to gorgeous Mahmya one day and exploring the desert another.
THE PARADISE OUT OF DESERT
Conveniently located 25 kilometers north of Hurghada, El Gouna is only a four hour flight from Europe’s major capitals.
The town is easily accessed from Europe via the nearby Hurghada International Airport and boasts a superb infrastructure and excellent services as well as natural beaches and year-round sunshine.
The town’s location offers good access to many of Egypt’s natural wonders, historical sites, and archaeological treasures.
GLAM 2017 | DANCE MEETS HISTORY
Take a walk through Egypt’s major historical monuments and make your visit to Luxor and Aswan an unforgettable history lesson on Egypt’s most ancient cities.
Luxor is the second most visited touristic city in Egypt after Cairo. Extravagant monuments such as Karnak Temple, The Luxor Temple, Valley of the Kings; also known as the biggest open-air museum.
Aswan, (previously known as Syene during Ancient Egypt) is located about 81 KM south of Luxor. This small modern city has a population of about 230,000 people who are mostly Nubians. (People of an ancient region of Northeastern Africa). Aswan is distinctively embellished for having a beautiful setting on the Nile.
Aswan, a city on the Nile River, has been southern Egypt’s strategic and commercial gateway since antiquity. It contains significant archaeological sites like the...