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Hurghada

Short introduction about 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.

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General Tips when you visit Hurghada

  • Always keep a bottle of water with you.
  • Don’t miss your camera to take some pictures.
  • Have a professional tour guide during your trip
  • Pack with you some suitable clothes in summer & winter.
  • Bring your Sunscreen, sunglasses.
  • Bring with you some snacks

Hurghada General Highlights

  • Giftun island
  • Orange bay
  • Quad Bike safari
  • Budget cars safari
  • Swimming with dolphin
  • Hurghada submarine

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Alexandria

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Hatshepsut Temple

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