Na’ama Bay has a number of nightclubs. The Pacha, Little Buddha, and Hard Rock Cafe are all excellent choices. (Yes, it’s one of those chain ones.) There are several pubs and coffee shops along the pedestrian walkways where you may have a shisha while people watching.
Restaurants and street cafés sell alcohol (including beer). Tourists should be advised that taxes are now paid on alcoholic beverages bought in cafes or bars that are not affiliated with hotels. Please be aware that drink costs in general might be quite high when compared to other European locations. Before ordering a drink, always get a drink menu. Check with the Naama Bay cafés to ensure that you will not be charged for ‘admission’ or the ‘floor show’ (bad dancing). Tea and coffee cost between 15 and 25 le, so make sure you’re paying reasonable pricing.
Fresh guava juice is a must-try in every café, especially when paired with Bedouin or Mint tea.