About Egypt : Optional Tours : Hurghada

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Spend a relaxing day soaking up the sun and swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. There's nothing to worry about on this leisurely cruise to Giftun Island. Either sit back and enjoy the sunshine, or don the snorkeling gear available and explore life beneath the surface of the Red Sea Coast. A day trip to Giftun Island National Park is hard to skip when you're in Hurghada, so why miss out!
Mahmaya: Giftun Island Snorkeling Cruise (VT-3124HRG10)
Full Day
Spend a relaxing day soaking up the sun and swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. There's nothing to worry about on this leisurely cruise to Giftun Island. Either sit back and enjoy the sunshine, or don the snorkeling gear available and explore life beneath the surface of the Red Sea Coast. A day trip to Giftun Island National Park is hard to skip when you're in Hurghada, so why miss out!
Submarine trip (HRG/01)
Two hours
Discover the wonderful marine life of the Red Sea; the submarine descends to the depth up to 22 meters where you can enjoy watching the wonderful marine life, the different kinds of coral reefs, and coloured fish. It is truly an unforgettable trip.


Island Boat Trip (HRG/02)
Full day
Leave Hurghada port, and sail for 25 minute till we reach our first coral reef we will have different spots which are full of corals and magnificent colourful fish to explore. Enjoy sun, sea and your day relaxing, sunbathing, snorkelling in fantastic spots, a swim in the wonderful blue water. Lunch will be served on board.


Sharm El Naga (HRG/03)
Full day
Sharm El Naga is 40 Km south of Hurghada it is one of the most beautiful bays on the Red Sea. There is a natural sandy beach, colourful corals, variety of fish. Sharm El Naga is a great opportunity for water sports, swimming and diving or simply relaxing and sunbathing.


Desert Experience (HRG/04)
Evening tour
A 1 hour drive by 4X4, alternatively take a camel into the desert, arrive at a Bedouin camp. The Bedouin will offer their famous aromatic tea, a tour around their camp visit the water springs, and enjoy the beautiful sunset over the mountains. Dine under the stars in a traditional Bedouin style tent, eating delicious BBQ meal, with music and dance. It’s a great experience should not be missed.


Luxor (HRG/05)
Full day / Overnight
Early morning to Luxor by road to one of the major attraction in Egypt. The West bank is fascinating, here you discover a variety of tombs starting with the Valley of Kings, Valley of Queens, and the temple of Queen Hatshepsut to see the bas-reliefs which illustrate her expedition to the land of Punt. Our final stop on the west bank is the legendary Colossi of Memnon. Proceeding onto the East bank of the Nile visit the Karnak temple, passing through the small avenue of sphinxes, view the Great Court, magnificent Hypostyle Hall, the Hatshepsut’s granite Obelisks, and the Sacred lake. We continue to the south to visit the Luxor temple built by Amenophis III and his superb colonnade with papyrus-head columns.


Cairo (HRG/06)
Full day / Overnight
The Giza plateau is home to two other pyramids, Khafre and Menkaura. The pyramid is the only remaining member of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Next to the Khufu pyramid there are several boat pits. In 1954, a large cedar boat was uncovered in one of the pits and reassembled in the Boat Museum. To complete this wonderful archaeological site a stop at the Sphinx. In front of the Sphinx is its temple, while adjacent it is the better preserved valley temple of Khafre. Next stop at the Egyptian Museum, it has 107 halls. At the ground floor there are the huge statues. The upper floor houses small statues, jewels, Tutankhamun treasures and the mummies. A hall for the royal mummies was opened at the museum, housing eleven kings and queens.