Enjoy the Red Sea Riviera in Egypt

The Red Sea Riviera has something to offer to most vacationers, especially sun-seekers and divers. Egypt's Red Sea has some of the best scuba diving in the world, and people come from all over to experience the natural and un-natural underwater wonders, including beautiful, pristine reefs and many impressive shipwrecks.

There are many areas of Egypt’s Riviera that are near ancient ports and ruins, and travelers are encouraged to contact our experts in order to ensure they don’t miss a thing!

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Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is the leading tourist spot in the Sinai and on the Red Sea Riviera. Sharm is a year round resort, hot in the summer, but pleasant and warm in the winter, and it has many great international hotels. The beaches and diving opportunities at Sharm El Sheikh are some of the best in Egypt.

Hurghada

Hurghada

About 395 km. south of Suez you will find Hurghada. It has a very pleasant climate all year round and offers facilities for underwater fishing and snorkelling. It has camping sites such as Sea Land and Caravan about 40 km from town. In Hurghada also, lies one of the world's biggest aquariums or aqua-culture museums, comprised of rare pieces in all phases of evolution. Hurghada is extremely popular among tourists and you will find hotels in all price ranges.

Dahab

Dahab

Dahab, Egypt used to be a simple fishing village but it's bright blue waters and friendly people have made it a popular destination for travelers worldwide. Especially backpackers.

Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam

About 260 km south of Hurghada, Marsa Alam has several rest houses, such as the Egyptian Shooting Club and is rich with marine life and therefore very suitable for diving and fishing. It is connected to Edfu by a paved desert road, 280 km long.

Nuweiba

Nuweiba

Along the Aqaba coast of the Red Sea, the town of Nuweiba, Egypt stretches for 7 km. It has been there for some time, but only recently have tourist investors discovered it. Now you will find several new hotels strung out along the coast both north and south of town.

Taba

Taba

Taba is located in Sinai a few kilometres from the Israeli border. The border can be crossed on foot, and there is direct bus service to Eilat, Israel. Taba currently boasts 5-star hotels, great restaurants and quaint, cozy beach cafes. And there is a brand new beach comunity, Taba Heights, nearing completion, which will offer a wide variety of fun and interesting activities.

El Gouna

El Gouna

Under the silhouettes of sharp edged mountains and bordering the crystal waters of the Red Sea lies El Gouna, the region's most exclusive destination. Built on clusters of islands surrounded by turquoise lagoons, El Gouna spreads over 11 kilometers of the most pristine beachfront. El Gouna is located 25 km north of Hurghada and the hotels in El Gouna are in a league of their own.

Safaga

Safaga

About 65 km. south of Hurghada, this small port is also a tourist area comprising several bungalows and rest houses, including the Safaga Hotel. Having numerous phosphate mines, it is regarded as the phosphates export centre. A paved road of 164 km. connects Safaga to Qena of Upper Egypt. Safaga is quite unknown to most vacationers, still.

Al Quseir

Al Quseir

Today, Al Quseir, Egypt is one of the most unusual places in Egypt; here one may actually go scuba diving in the Red Sea, or spend a comfortable afternoon sunbathing on a pristine beach, and then, whenever the mood strikes, inspect some of the amazing historical sites located conveniently nearby.

It is the position of the city, located 85 kilometers south of Safaga and 140 kilometers south of Hurghada, that once made it one of the most strategic ports of the Red Sea.

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