For discerning club-goers, Pacha Sharm-el-Sheikh is a must-visit! Located on the plush Naama bay along the Red Sea coast, the country’s most stunning nightclub has cocktail bars, outdoor pools and private VIP areas equipped with balconies overlooking the sea. The areas can be booked for the evening, the night or (if you can afford it) your entire stay. Guests can party in private while being surrounded by the sights and sounds of Sharm-el-Sheikh. Where else in Egypt can you pre-game, party and continue-on till the sunrise session?
Pretty much anything goes at Pacha Sharm. The Owner Mohammad Adly, has done a fantastic job of placing Naama Bay firmly at the forefront of the world clubbing map. You can be as outrageous as you like. Lots of gorgeous, stylish women in attendance decked out in designer labels and on the other end of the spectrum: locals ready to party it up in casual beach-wear.
After a hard night’s clubbing, hop on board the Pacha yacht and cruise the beautiful waters of the Red Sea while sipping cocktails and dancing on deck to a live DJ. The yacht is licensed for up to 20 people so book it with a bunch of friends and make it a private party.
Pacha Sharm was the first-ever Pacha club in Africa and the Middle East, but has since been followed by the opening of another in the city of Marrakech, Morocco. Lots of top-talent DJ’s are known to pass through including Benny Benassi, Judge Jules, Erick Morillo and Carl Cox (among a host of others).
Overall this super-club makes for a fantastic clubbing experience. Pacha is a bonus to a beachfront town like Sharm-El-Sheikh. The cherry on top if you like. It adds a real clubbing element to the bay with guest DJ’s from around the world and excellent local talent too.
I would even go so far as saying that of all the Pacha clubs in the world (of which there are 22) Pacha Sharm sits at the top of the Pyramid. Maybe it’s the belly-dancers or the amazing interior with the open air dance floor? Maybe it’s the trapeze artists or the foam pool loaded with a plethora of hotties, I’m not sure? But what I can say, is for perspicacious party people, Pacha Sharm is the piece de la resistance!