Excursions

Hurghada Safari

An Excursion into the desert in this area that abound in large mountain chains, the most beautiful in the world due to their different shapes and colours, in addition to several valleys and natural springs. Safari tours by Four by four Jeep or camel ride is without doubt a unique adventure within this vast desert. [...]
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Hurghada Sea Trip

We can take you by boat to one of the islands of the red sea, which is known for its coral reef and relaxing beach. Relax and have nice tan. Snorkeling equipment are provided and lunch is included on the boat.
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Hurghada Submarine

Fantastic underwater sight from the large panoramic windows of the glass bottom submarine as you cruise under the sea. You can witness all the wonders of this exquisite underwater life. Excellent opportunity to see the underwater life without getting wet.
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Hurghada Snorkeling

Another great day out sailing on the red sea to three different sites. If you are lucky you may get the chance to see dolphins in the wild. Snorkeling equipment and lunch on the boat are included.
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Hurghada Scuba Diving

Egypt’s Red Sea has some of the best scuba diving in the world. and People come from everywhere to explore the underwater wonders, including pristine reefs and many shipwrecks. Beach vacation as well as scuba diving have the same destinations. In Sinai you can enjoy diving while you are in vacation . in Sharm El [...]
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Hurghada City Tour

Afternoon drive into the heart of the city with our air conditioned bus accompanied by a guide to see the largest mosque in Hurghada as well as the orthodox church. You will have an hour for shopping and then get back to the hotel for dinner.
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Wadi El Gemal

Wadi El Gemal is located south of Marsa Alam. Wadi el Gemal is an outstanding and striking landscape.It homes important cultural and environmental resources moreover roman ruins, religious, historic and archaeological sites and aboriginal communities. Wadi El Gemal is the third largest wadi in the Eastern Desert draining into the Red Sea. It has a [...]
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Valley of the Kings

Beginning with the 18th Dynasty and ending with the 20th, the kings abandoned the Memphis area and built their tombs in the west bank “ the City of the Dead “ where the sun sets and life fades. Most of the tombs were cut into the limestone following a similar pattern: three corridors, an antechamber [...]
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Hatshepsut Temple

The temple consists of three remarkable and imposing terraces. A tree lined avenue of sphinxes leads up to the temple. Reliefs on the south side of the middle terrace show the queen’s expedition by way of the Red Sea to Punt, the land of incense.
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Colossi of Memnon

Amenhotep III built a funerary tomb in Thebes that was guarded by 2 gigantic statues. All that remains now, are the 23 meter (75 foot) high, 1,000 ton statues of Amenhotep III. Though damaged by nature and human beings, the statues are still very impressive. They are made of carved blocks of quartzite. Due to [...]
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