Despite the great social and political unrest in recent years, the country and its people remain as hospitable and attractive as ever. The desert in Egypt is its own character and represents about 95% of the country. Combine that with the Red Sea and the old charm of empty beaches and wonderfully quiet sunrises, and the beach scene here is a huge appeal.
Also discover the beautiful corals and marine life of the Red Sea on two or three different snorkeling grounds. Soma Bay A tourist complex 45 km south of Hurghada, with several hotels such as Palm Royale Soma Bay, La Residence des Cascades, Robinson Club, Sheraton Orange Bay in Hurghada (Kempinski – opened in August 2008) and Caribbean World Resort Soma Bay . The city, which later became the city of Hurghada, was first established in 1905. It owes its name to a plant that has grown naturally there since the time of ancient Egypt.
It is a beautiful area and as soon as you see that the empty desert is miles away, you absolutely agree. Historically, there is great religious importance here, and for centuries Sinai served as a crossroads for change and progress. Once you’ve taken up as much of your life on the beach as possible, stay away from tourists and see what the heart of the Sinai Peninsula is all about. In the mountains you will find Bedouins working to preserve their traditions as modern life progresses. In a country where the past meets the present, Egypt is a country that fills the senses.
You probably want to spend most of your time in the water to cool down. One of the best dive sites with a lot of sea life, the Omo Gamaar is a must for both novice divers and experts. Valley of the Kings Seated on the west bank of the Nile River, opposite the modern Luxor, lies the Valley of the Kings. Over the course of 500 years, the graves have been built here for many nobles and pharaohs of the time. More than 60 graves and rooms have been discovered so far: a grave is so large that it has more than 120 rooms!
If you book this tour in advance, you don’t have to worry about getting lost when it gets full on your favorite day. You can walk through underwater tunnels, appear during dinner to see a frenzy and learn more about the aquarium and marine life throughout the day during guided tours. Hurghada is an impressive tourist town on the northeast coast of Egypt, just below the Gulf of Suez. A better description of Hurghada would be the Hurghada Riviera as it stretches 40 miles along the coast of the Red Sea and is home to many luxury resorts. Originally a fishing village, Hurghada has quickly grown into a tourist spot in recent decades. There are many excellent restaurants, tourist attractions and accommodation to choose from in the region.
It includes a group of the most famous international hotels that offer total privacy and a relaxed atmosphere. In just 11 days, this diverse route shows the highlights of Egypt on land, river and sea. Start exploring the iconic ancient locations of Giza, Alexandria and Abu Simbel and then board a cruise ship to travel the Nile River for three nights. After diving into the ancient world of Luxor and the Valley of the Kings, transfer it to the Red Sea to complete your journey, diving, swimming and sunbathing on the beaches of Hurghada. The fishing village of Hurghada, which was plucked out of darkness during the first days of the tourist campaign in the Red Sea, has been transformed into today’s dense concrete belt that runs more than 20 km along the coast. Nevertheless, it is a convenient destination to combine a diving holiday with the sites of the Nile Valley.