Parasailing is a thrilling way to see the Red Sea and its incredible marine life where you are pulled up into the air on a parachute, allowing you to enjoy the view of the surrounding area from a unique perspective. Parasailing is done from a boat that takes you out into the water, so you can enjoy the view before you get airborne. It’s a great way to start your trip to Sharm El Sheikh, as it gives you an idea of what’s in store for you!
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Sharm El Sheikh
Parasailing is one of the most popular tours in Sharm El Sheikh. It's a great way to see the city and the surrounding area from a new perspective, and it's not as scary as it sounds! You'll get strapped into a harness, which will then be attached to a parachute-like kite that will carry you into the air.
It is a thrilling activity that will remind you of your childhood dreams. You can take part in parasailing while staying at any tourist destination in Egypt and enjoy the view of the sea from above. Parasailing is an easy activity that all ages can participate in, but only if you are careful and follow the instructions of your instructor. The instructors will be there to provide you with safety equipment, such as a helmet, gloves, life vest, and harnesses.
This is one of the best ways to get a taste of what it's like to be a bird in Egypt—and it's an incredible experience.
The tour begins with a short boat ride to the site where the parasailers will be launched. After you have signed some waivers and received your instructions, you'll be fitted for your harness with a short briefing on how to use your parachute.
Once you're all geared up, it's time to take off! The boat will take off from shore and then head out into deeper water. Once the boat is at a safe distance from land, you will be given instructions on how to get into your harness and ready for take-off. Once ready, a member of staff will help you onto the parasail and release it from its moorings – wahey! Then it's just a matter of jumping off the boat and letting gravity do its thing! As soon as you get airborne, you’ll have some time to enjoy the breathtaking views as far as the eye can see (and maybe even further) before coming back down again.
The whole ride lasts about 20 minutes, so it's a great way to kill time while on vacation in Egypt.