Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam is a resort town on the Red Sea in Egypt. It’s renowned for its sandy beaches and coral reefs. The U-shaped Abu Dabab Bay is known for its sea turtles and dugongs (sea cows). Kite-surf site El Naaba Lagoon is separated from the open sea by a coral reef. Wadi el-Gemal National Park, south of the town, encompasses desert, seagrass beds, reefs and islands. Read more

Makadi Bay

Makadi Bay On the western coast of the Red Sea between Safaga and Hurghada, Makadi Bay nestles gently between serene desert sand dunes and the Red Sea Mountains. Boasting long stunning stretches of gently sloping white sand, translucent waters, and inshore reefs that are home to exquisite marine life, this tranquil destination is ideal for lovers of snorkelling and diving. Makadi  is a thriving holiday Egypt destination with an impressive variety of hotels and family resorts that provide something for everyone. Makadi Bay has a long beach with a spectacular house reef and is the ideal setting for pure relaxation.offers the magnificent Red Sea and stunning beaches... Read more


Cairo Cairo is one of the world's great megacities. As beautiful as it is crazy, and as rich in historic finery as it is half dilapidated, Cairo tends to be a city that travelers love and hate in equal measures. Its sheer noise, pollution, and confounding traffic are an assault on your senses, but look beyond the modern hubbub, and you'll find a history that spans centuries. Full of vigor, Cairo is where you really get a feel for Egyptian street life. No trip to Egypt is complete without a stay in the city Arabs call Umm al-Dunya (The Mother of the World). 1  Pyramids of Giza Pyramids of Giza The Pyramids of Giza are Cairo's number one half-day tri... Read more

Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm el-Sheikh Sharm el-Sheikh is the Sinai Peninsula's major tourism center and one of the world's top diving destinations. It was the underwater wonders of the Red Sea - particularly the waters of the Ras Mohammed Marine Park just south of town - that put "Sharm" center-stage in the first place, and the diving and snorkeling on offer here continue to attract flocks of diving enthusiasts each year. This is also one of Egypt's best destinations if you just want to chill out on the beach, and it's a particular favorite for family-friendly holidays due to the excellent facilities on offer. Whether you're here for the sand or the fish life, Sharm el-Sheikh is a great choi... Read more


Aswan  Spread out along the banks of the Nile, Aswan is a relaxed and friendly town that provides a tranquil interlude if you've just arrived from busier  Luxor  or  Cairo . Once ancient Egypt's gateway to  Africa , this is a perfect base for exploring the temples and monuments in the southern reaches of Upper Egypt and the area's distinctly different Nubian culture. The best way to discover Aswan's charms is to hop aboard a felucca (traditional sailboat) and view town from the watery highway that once made Aswan an important trading post. The river here is speckled with islands holding picturesque mud-brick Nubian villages, and hemmed by the West Bank's colossal san... Read more


  Luxor stands head-and-shoulders above Egypt's other towns for its sheer wealth of temples and tombs. This was the site of ancient Thebes, the great city of the Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom pharaohs who covered the banks of the Nile with their mammoth building works and began the vast tomb structures snugly hidden amid the rocky valley of the West Bank. The scope of their ambition is best appreciated today in the magnificent Karnak Temple complex, but there are so many monuments here that you could easily spend a week simply soaking up the elegance and grandeur. Luxor is basically an open-air museum and there's no better place in  Egypt  to stop for a few days... Read more

Soma bay

Soma Bay Resort, Red Sea The Resort of Soma Bay is situated on the beautiful shores of the Red Sea region of Egypt and about 45 km (28 miles) south of the large popular Resort of Hurghada.Soma Bay is considered to have the very best beautiful sandy beaches on the Red Sea with panoramic views of the Desert Mountains and all year round blue skies. #  The Development: The luxury and exclusive development of Soma Bay boasts a Gary Player-designed 18 hole Golf Course along with Les Thermes Marins des Cascades, a Spa and Thalasso and Therapy Centre, among many other delights. The luxury development of Soma Bay, 2km further south, boasts a Gary Player-d... Read more

Sahl Hasheesh

Sahl Hasheesh Is the fastest growing destination on the Red Sea, 15 minutes from Hurghada International Airport. The community is situated on a beautiful bay, long-renowned as a gorgeous seaside and diving destination with 12.5 kilometres of pristine sandy beaches. Sahl Hasheesh is the authentic Red Sea escape offering guests and residents many options from fun-in-the-sun, water sports and a thriving nightlife to tranquility and peace. Within the resort's charming arabesque-style design, guests are spoilt for choice with a unique range of top-class amenities, hotels and residences. Beyond the developed area, the resort is cradled by un... Read more


Hurghada Hurghada is a beach resort town stretching some 40km along Egypt’s Red Sea coast. It’s renowned for scuba diving, and has numerous dive shops and schools in its modern Sekalla district. There are many restaurants, bars and nightclubs, while the old town, El Dahar, is home to traditional Egyptian coffee shops and souks. Hurghada’s long stretch of sandy beach is lined with resort hotels. Windsurfing and sailing are popular, as are trips in glass-bottomed boats and submarines. Renowned local diving sites include Giftun Island, a national park with coral reefs, turtles and stingrays. Umm Qamar has a steep wall, caves and moray eels, while Gota Abu ... Read more

El Gouna

A TOWN LIKE NO OTHER THE PARADISE OUT OF DESERT El Gouna had started as one man’s search to find the most beautiful spot on the seaside to build a house and small boat jetty. Twenty five years ago Samih Sawiris, chairman of Orascom Development, El Gouna’s parent company , found that beautiful spot, conveniently located just north of Hurghada on the west coast of the Red Sea. It wasn’t long before Sawiris’ friends, struck by the splendor of the azure waters and dramatic backdrop of mountains, asked to join him, and the town slowly blossomed into the vibrant community that it is today. If you thought you would find the best beaches in the world on a Caribbean... Read more

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