Sharm El Sheikh and surrounding areas remain completely calm. There is no curfew in Sharm El Sheikh; a nationwide curfew implemented across Egypt on 14 August was lifted in Sharm El Sheikh the next day. All Camel Dive Club diving and snorkeling trips continue to run as normal. Today we have approximately 35 guests diving with us, with boats departing for daily diving at Ras Mohamed and Thistlegorm wreck. We have plenty of new divers taking PADI courses diving from our beach and diver training pool. Now is the best season for diving and, with uncrowded dive sites, our divers are spotting on a daily basis manta rays, hammerheads and other sharks! See our Facebook page for news of our latest sightings. Guests from six European countries, including Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Finland, UK and Spain, are staying and diving with us at Camel Hotel at present. Our own restaurants, bars and beach are operating as normal, as are other venues in Naama Bay. There are no restrictions on the consumption of alcohol. Internet and mobile phone networks are fully working. Sharm El Sheikh International airport is fully open; scheduled and charter flight services from different European countries including the UK are operating without interruption. Airport transfers are running as normal 24 hours per day.
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