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Red Sea

A floral fish bowl which makes a superb holiday spot for those interested in underwater life, desert safari, golf cultural visits.

Desert, sea and moderate weather throughout the year are the elements that predominate in the Red Sea area, meeting together to create a setting of natural beauty.

The coral reefs are the largest natural structures in the world and have existed on the planet for approximately 450 million years. They are ecosystems in a constant state of change, which provide food and shelter to thousands of organisms which coexist in complex interconnected food chains

Suggested tours during your stay in the Red Sea


Jeep 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.
The area is distinguished by a wild life of animals and rare reptiles, moreover wild animals, migratory birds and mangroves.
A tour in the desert will give you the occasion to get in touch with Bedouins, try their food and have the chance to spend the night in a Bedouin camp where you can see their traditions and dancing. A sun set in the desert is an exceptional event you can’t miss.

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.

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.

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.

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 Sheikh , Dahab , Nuweiba and Taba.
On the western coast of the red sea in El Gouna , Hurghada , Soma Bay , Safaga , El Quseir and Marsa Alam an ideal environment for the growth of Coral Reefs and many species of fish and an entire marine life.
Enjoy diving with our business partners “Aquarius diving club“ where you can also receive either initial or advanced diving course.

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.

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 rich vegetation and wild life, sites with interesting spots for everyone’s curiosity. You can have camel ride and get in touch with the real Bedouin tribes who will invite you for a Bedouin coffee and some oriental snacks on the rhythm of their folkloric music and their own dancing entertainments.

The Romance of Egypt


Egypt has always evoked a feeling of the exotic and mystery. Thinking during the serene and peaceful night fills you with a feeling of anticipation for next day’s discoveries.
The Nile river seems to pass as does the time, slowly, witnessing the ancient history of Egypt and the present progress of its inhabitants. Suddenly you have a sensation of greatness and magnitude like no other!
Egypt has always been a land of romance.
Countless pharaohs built grand temples and tombs for their beloved queens.

Cairo


Full day visit the famous Giza Plateau, where the Great Pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world and their guardian the Sphinx, the Father of Terror for the ancient pharaohs.
South of Kheops pyramid, are exhibited his solar boats. Made of cedar wood, they were made to be at the disposal of the king in the other world.
The tour also includes the visit of the world-renowned Egyptian Museum, which exhibits a big collection of antiquities and more than 120000 masterpieces including the treasures of the boy King Tutankhamen.
Afterwards enjoy your afternoon shopping at Khan El Khalili the most famous and oldest market in Cairo.

Luxor


The Greek poet Homer described it as the city of one hundred gates. The Arab called it Luxor which means the city of palaces as they were overwhelmed by its outstanding monuments and huge status and temples.
Luxor is the capital of ancient Thebes, the largest outdoor museum in the world housing approximately one third of the world’s antiquities.
On the East bank of the Nile, the city of the living as the sun rises there, where you can visit the famous Luxor and Karnak Temples.
Karnak is the largest refuge of worship, ever built in history that contains several temples.
Its ancient name Ipet-isut means “the most sacred of places.” This complex of temples was built over more than two thousand years. Within the complex, the great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars.
By night you can enjoy the Sound and Light show of Karnak narrating in different languages the history of the temple.

On the West Bank of the Nile , city of the dead where the sun sets ( the ancient Theban necropolis) and life disappears.
The two colossal statues of Amenhotep III (Colossi of Memnon) ruins of his funerary tomb stand majestically.
Worth seeing as well the Valley of the Kings and Queens and the tomb of the Nobel. Those tombs were deeply carved into the desert rock, richly decorated and filled with treasures for the afterlife of the pharaohs.
Continue the tour for the visit of El Deir El Bahari, dedicated to the Queen Hatshepsut, the only female pharaoh who ruled Egypt during the Ancient Egyptian history.
The Temple rises out of the desert and consist of three big and plain terraces and merges with the sheer limestone cliffs that surround it.

The 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 and a sunken sarcophagus chamber.
The Tomb of Tutankhamen was discovered by Howard Carter in November 4th, 1922. He was only 16 or 17 years old when he died, but what made his tomb stand apart from 61 others was that it had not been robbed. The treasures, included a gold effigy of Tutankhamen, a solid gold coffin and two golden chariots.

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.

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 an earthquake in 27 BC, these statues became known as a bell for the tone that usually occurred in the morning due to rising temperatures and humidity.

Karnak Temples


Although badly ruined, no site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest temple complex ever built by man, and represents the combined achievement of many generations of ancient builders.
Actually, The Temple of Karnak consists of three main temples, smaller enclosed temples, and several outer temples.

Luxor Temple


The Temple of Luxor was built for the worship of god Amoun Ra, the center of the most important festival, known as Opet which lasted for 11 days . It represented the celebration of Amoun RA’s anniversary with his wife MUT.
Built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II, the temple’s purpose was a setting for the rituals of the festival. The festival was to reconcile the human aspect of the ruler with the divine office. This temple was called the Southern Harem based on the fact that it was the house of Goddess Mut.

Hot air balloon in Luxor


Come and enjoy the splendors of the ancient Egyptian historical sights as you have never seen them before. Glide majestically over the temples, tombs and old monuments. See this spectacular landscape from the unique viewpoint which only hot air ballooning can provide. You will fly as a bird high into the sky you will have a bird’s eye view of the magnificent wonders of the West Bank and East bank as well as the surrounding countryside. Sometimes it is even possible to exchange greetings with the people below.

Dendera Temple


Dendera, 60 km north of Louxor, is one of the Greco Roman temples for the worship of goddess Hathor and is still in an excellent condition..
It was built by King Ptolemy III and completed by the Roman Emperors .
Construction of the current temple complex began when the Ptolemys ruled Egypt in 330 BC, its construction was completed by the Roman Emperors.

The Sound and Light Show at Karnak Temples


Starts with a historical introduction covering the birth of the great city of Thebes and the building of Karnak Temple.
The show narrates the glorious achievements of some great Pharaohs a poetic description of the artistic treasures and great legacy which the Karnak temples enclose.