Hurghada & Red Sea


Hurghada  & Red Sea

The city of Hurghada was founded in the early 20th century. Until a few years ago it was a small fishing village but since the 1980s has been continually enlarged by Egyptian and foreign investors to become the leading coastal resort on the Red Sea. Holiday villages and hotels provide aquatic sport facilities for sailboarders, yachtsmen, scubdivers and snorkelers . Hurghada is known for its watersports activities, nightlife and warm weather.

Hurghada stretches for about 36 kilometers along the seashore , and it does not reach far into the surrounding desert. The resort is a destination for Egyptian tourists from Cairo, the Delta and Upper egypt, as well as package holiday tourists from Europe, notably Italians and Germans. Today Hurghada counts 248,000 inhabitants and is divided into 3 parts:

  • Downtown (El Dahar) is the old part.
  • Sekalla is the city center.
  • El Memsha (Village road) is the modern part.

Sakalla is the relatively modest hotel quarter. Dahar is where the town's largest bazaar, the post office and the long-distance bus station are situated.

The city is served by the Hurghada International Airport with scheduled passenger traffic connecting to Cairo and directly with several cities in Europe. The airport has undergone renovations to accommodate rising traffic.

The village which later evolved into what is now the city of Hurghada was settled in 1905. It acquired its name from a plant which has grown naturally since ancient times. By then it was only a fishing village. Oil was discovered in the area in 1913, but actual production and export only began in 1921 under British oil magnates. During the reign of King Farouk a recreational center was built in the city, but after President Nasser's nationalzation of Egypt's industries it was turned over to the armed forces. During the October War of 1973, Israel forces attempted to occupy shadwan Island east of the city in the red sea, but the men of the Egyptian armed forces confronted them, and were able to defeat them and expel them from the island.

Although a town in its own right Hurghada's current major industry is foreign and domestic tourism , owing to its drmatic landscape , year-round dry and temperate climate and long stretches of natural beaches. Its waters are clear and calm for most of the year and have become popular for various watersports, particularly recreational scuba diving and snorkelling.

Dive sites around Abu Ramada Island, Giftun Kebir and Giftun Soraya are popular. Tourists also visit shipwrecks such as the El Mina or the Rosalie Moller. The beach at Hurghada is not secluded, out to sigala the beach is then followed by coastal holiday villages and then desert.


Snorkeling Day & Giftun Island (25.00$)

We will make a fantastic snorkeling trip with desert island  for a relaxation on the beautiful Red Sea, where you will do your snorkeling in different spots which are full of corals and magnificent colorful fish with a chance to swim with dolphins if we get luck.

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Desert Safari By 4x4 Vehicles

In this safari tour in Hurghada  you can discover the beauty of Egypt's oasis and deserts. Meet Bedouin people and learn about their lives and witness the amazing sunset over the Egyptian desert as you enjoy a BBQ dinne

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Round Trip From Hurghada / Luxor / Hurghada

A full Day to explore the capital of ancient Egypt, Luxor from Hurghada . We will pick you up from your resort in Hurghada , we will then drive to Luxor 300 K.M , reaching Luxor in proximately 3 hours . Time to explore the ancient sites of east and west bank of Luxor with one of our expert English speaking guide . Tour will including lunch at a local resturant , after the sites visites we

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A full day with an early start from your resort in Hurghada to explore the city of 20 million people and the biggest city in Africa Cairo Culture and Pyramids .

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Private Luxor Day Trip From Hurghada

Your private Luxor day trip from Hurghada with stop at Valley of the Kings includes private air-conditioned minivan transport, an expert guide is a great value for money to see and exploring the ancient of Egypt in one day .

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Basic Hotels

Sea Garden Hotel

Price per person from $ 30.00

The hotel is just 200m from the beach .all rooms have private bathroom, satellite TV, air –conditioning and balconies.

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Le Pacha Resort

Price per person from $ 35.00

Rooms at the hotel include a sitting area with a satellite TV, minibar, and a barhroom. Traditional Italian cuisine is served at Casa Rustic, while china town offers Chinese specialties .

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Roma Hurghada Hotel

Price per person from $ 30.00

The hotel has a glitzy lobby that promises much more than the simple rooms delivered .the hotel‘s swimming pool and private beach are extra bonuses.     


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Price per person from $ 35.00

Three Corners Triton Empire Beach Resort is located 9.5 km from Hurghada International Airport. A wealth of shops and restaurants are found in the hotel’s immediate surroundings.

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Triton Empire Hotel – Hurghada

Price per person from $ 20.00

The Three Corners Triton Empire Hotel is ideally located in heart of Hurghada, only meters away for a private beach and in the middle of a huge shopping center. 

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The Three Corners Sunny Beach Resort

Price per person from $ 40.00

The Sunny Beach is a 4-star all-inclusive resort enjoying a prime beachfront location in Hurghada. With its variety of pools, it offers a diving school and a water park for children

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Luxury Hotels

The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh

Price per person from $ 150.00

Overlooking its private beach along the Red sea, this 5- stars hotel offer suites wit private terrace .all suites have walk-in closet, a flat-screen satellite TV,Wi-Fi,a glass-walled bathroom with a marble bath and separate shower.

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