Are you planning a trip to Egypt and looking for some great tips to help make the entire process as smooth as possible?the best exciting excursions Egypt, Hurghada ,Sharm El Sheikh,Marsa Alam, Our travel experts are here to assist you with a variety of travel advice and trip details.

The Currency of Egypt:

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Egypt’s currency is the Egyptian pound (referred by LE – Livre Egyptienne) and one LE is equal to 100 piasters, or genaeh in Arabic. You will find 25 and 50 piaster notes and 1 pound coin

At present $1 dollar is equivalent to about 30.8 Egyptian pounds.

In Egypt, most of the banks are open from Sunday to Thursday, from 0830 to 1400, though banks at major entry points, like airports, are open 24 hours daily.

  • Note: Most of the major credit/debit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, all Euro cards, and JCB, are widely accepted in various hotels and shops. If you want to use an ATM machine, then most of them accept E-Visa, MasterCard, and Cirrus cards. If you can’t find an ATM in your vicinity, you can still obtain cash if you go to any of the Misr Bank branches. But do note: banks are unwilling to accept $100 notes issued before 1992.
  • If you wish to convert your currency, you can use $US, £UK, or Euros, as they are accepted in many banks and other places. TIP: Don’t change your $, £, or Euro until you arrive in Egypt – the conversion rate is much better here!
  • Another important point is that Scottish pounds and Irish punts are not accepted by Egypt Banks! You will find plenty of banks at the airport and several foreign currency exchange offices. Your duty-free goods must be purchased within 48 hours after the arrival.
  • If at any point during your tour, you run out of money, and your credit cards are not accepted, you can still have money wired to you from abroad. In Egypt, there are many Western Union branches, and it takes mere moments to have money sent to you.

Traveling Alone Advice:

As a tourist country, Egypt cannot be compared to other countries. Almost everything is cheaper here; even entry fees to the sites are cheaper than many other countries. Flying to Egypt is also cheaper than many other destinations in the world. These days, you’re even able to buy an organized package with accommodations for $500

It’s advisable to never hire a taxi to tour the sites. Local taxi drivers really only care about what you’ll pay at the end of your trip.  Travel agencies, or local licensed guides, will treat you much better.  However, if you want to plan a trip yourself, then you must be prepared.

You must be aware of the following TIPS:

Hints and Tips

  • If you want to tour a site on your own, you have to be aware of where you are going, how much you are going to pay for the ticket, and what is included with the ticket. That is why I started this site, to give you this information.
  • First-time travelers to Egypt must know where the recommended restaurants are if you plan to dine out, and where you will find clean healthy food. Don’t consider the price, even if you dine in a 5-star hotel, it is still cheaper than in your own country! Independent travel, for your 1st experience, is not advised. I have explained elsewhere about how « Lonely Planet » gives the wrong impression. I have spoken to many people who have traveled solo, and wish they had gone as part of a group (I do not mean a package holiday – groups can be arranged when you get there!).
  • First and foremost, prepare yourself for a culture shock! Many seasoned travelers are amazed when they first visit Egypt and find that it is unlike any other country that they have previously visited!
  • Egypt is a Muslim country, so please respect their faith. Many things that you take as the norm, such as kissing and/or fondling your partner in public, wearing revealing clothing, etc., are frowned upon here, so try and be more conservative in your attitude. Homosexuality is actually illegal in Muslim countries!
  • Have a look at the ask-hurghadaexcursion forum for more hints and tips from other travelers. If you have any questions, please ask it on the forum, no matter how trivial you may feel the question is.
  • Do not rely solely on travel books such as Lonely Planet and Rough Guide. Though do contain a lot of good information, they do not explain everything or advise you on what to do regarding any potential problems. Too many people have come to Egypt, armed with one of these books, and have left, totally disappointed with their trip, vowing never to return!
  • If you are traveling alone, or as a couple, and wish to organize everything yourself, please let the hotel know your plans before you leave. If you should get lost, the hotel will be able to act on your behalf! Also, take note of the hotel’s name and telephone number, in case you do get lost, or change your plans.
  • If you wish to organize everything yourself, be prepared for the occasional « rip-off ». Like many other tourist destinations, Egypt has its « wolves » who prey on unsuspecting travelers. Often the total cost of an excursion can be a lot more than if you had arranged it through your hotel, or a travel agent, and not to mention, a lot less enjoyable.
  • Never drink the tap water! It is okay to wash, shower, and clean your teeth with it, but not advised to drink. Bottled water is cheap and plentiful; use it instead!
  • In Egypt, they drive on the right, be careful when crossing roads. Take special care in Cairo, where the traffic is a lot busier than in other Egyptian cities – especially outside the Egyptian museum! The UK and Japanese travelers should be extra careful, as you will be used to traffic driving on the left.
  • Get your entry visa at your destination airport; it often works out cheaper than getting it at home. Also, you can exchange your $, £, or Euro at the same time – the conversion rate is far better in Egypt!
  • Do not be scared of being part of a group for excursions. These groups have leaders (a tour guide and/or Egyptologist) who will help with problems, explain about the site you are visiting, arrange transport (if necessary!), etc., things you would find difficult if you tried it alone. You will also find that you will get less hassle if you are part of a group! Many traders will not approach a group of people, but they will approach a lone traveler or a couple.
  • When you pay for a group excursion, the price includes everything except for tips (sometimes admission prices are not included). This includes transport, a driver, a tour guide, tolls, etc. Some longer excursions may even include a stop for lunch (often included in the price too). Many will take you to places where Ancient crafts are still practiced, giving you the chance to buy good quality merchandise at low prices.
  • Buy (and drink) plenty of water. You will find it a lot cheaper to buy in the various shops than at your hotel or cruise boat. You may not drink a lot of water at home, but make sure you do it in Egypt. It is very easy to become dehydrated if you don’t.
  • Remember that Egypt is a 3rd world country, and has many poor people who think that all tourists are rich, no matter where they come from in the world! Learn the phrase « la shukran » (no thank you) and don’t be afraid to say it to anyone who tries to sell you anything, or asks for « baksheesh ». Believe it or not, it does work. Please do not say « emshi » (as many tour books advise), this can be taken as an insult.
  • If you forget the expression « la shukran », just politely say « no thank you » and walk away. Don’t get abusive to the trader; he is only trying to feed his family.
  • If you feel that someone is being too pushy, let a member of the Tourist Police know. You will see them everywhere in Egypt and their job is to protect you.
  • Admission to all sites is payable in LE, so make sure that you carry enough with you. Try and plan each day in advance, work out how much you will need for admissions, and keep this money separate from your spending money.
  • You will find that many tours (especially to the desert sites) are done either early morning or late afternoon. The reason for this is because of the heat in the middle of the day. If you do want to visit sites independently, please try and follow the example of the experienced tour organizers and avoid the midday sun!
  • Be prepared for delays when entering some sites. Because of the threat of terrorism, you will have your personal belongings (camera bags, carrier bags, etc.) searched before gaining admittance. Though this is annoying, it is for your safety! Also, on some sites, they may find video equipment, which they will take from you. Don’t worry, you will get it back! It is just that certain sites do not allow videos to be used.
  • Take a small pocket flashlight with you when visiting the sites. Many tombs, temples, etc. use the natural light for illumination (including a local with a large mirror, reflecting the light!) and a small flashlight can be very handy. A small mirror, such as the one in a ladies’ makeup, can also be used to highlight a relief. Please Note: Do not take one of the really bright halogen torches, you could cause damage to the monuments!
  • Once developed for cleaning the parts underneath a baby’s nappy / diaper, « Wet Wipes » (the small, damp, tissue usually bought in a plastic tub) are becoming more and more popular with adults. They are also very useful when traveling in Egypt. When you have felt the relief’s in a Temple, touched the hieroglyphs in a Tomb, caressed the stones on the Pyramids, etc., you only have to take one of these wipes out to instantly clean your hands. No more looking for a washroom!
  • Make up a small « medical-kit » before you go! Include things like safety pins, plasters (different sizes), antiseptic cream, diarrhea tablets, headache tablets, and sunscreen (high factor advised).
  • Take a box of cheap ballpoint pens. The children (and many adults) are very happy when you hand them out, handy for baksheesh.
  • When shopping for bargains, keep your own currency and credit cards out of sight, and separate from your LE. It is easier to haggle over a price if you can show that you have only a few Egyptian pounds in your possession! Plus, some traders may try and insist that they meant $ or £, instead of LE, if they see that you are carrying them.
  • Wear sensible footwear when visiting various sites. High heels and open-toe shoes are not advisable. The floors of most sites are either sand or rough-cut, with uneven stone. Inside many tombs, wooden floorboards have been installed, but thin heels could get caught in the gaps between the floorboards.
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  • Many monuments have signs that say  » No Flash Photography », please obey these signs (you can be ejected from the site if you ignore the sign!). The very bright flash can cause serious damage to some of the ancient paintwork!
  • Some reliefs have depictions that show male genitalia – this is not pornography, so there is no reason to be offended! If you are part of a group (of any size) the leader/guide will explain the reason for the depiction.
  • If you are traveling by road to Abu Simbel, ask your hotel or cruise boat if they supply a « breakfast box ». Some hotels do this, as they cannot supply you with breakfast before you depart. If they do not do this service, take some food with you, as hunger will set in before you reach Abu Simbel (a 3 ½ – 4-hour trip, each way!) Also, make sure you take plenty of water with you; it tends to be hot here and you can dehydrate very quickly.
  • When visiting the West Bank sites at Luxor, again take plenty of water with you! You will be there for either ½ day or a whole day (with a break for lunch) and it can become very hot, drink a lot of water to avoid dehydration!
  • Ladies, if you intend to visit the inside of one of the pyramids, please wear trousers (or jeans). You may have to ascend/descend ladders and/or crawl through narrow passages. For the same reasons, I would advise men to avoid wearing shorts.
  • Public transport (town bus services, and in Cairo, the Metro!) in Egypt is very cheap, but try and avoid it if you can. You will only put yourself in an awkward position having many locals staring and talking about you. Taxis are not expensive so use these for traveling about town. Your hotel will let you know the best companies to use.
  • If you on a « multi-center » holiday, and you will be returning to your first hotel before your departure, arrange to leave some of your luggage, and items you have bought, with the hotel. Most hotels offer this service free of charge (or for a very low cost) and it saves you from having to carry too much to your next destinations.
  • When you have paid your entry into the Egyptian Museum and received your ticket(s), a « guide », offering his services, will approach you. These « guides » are not employed by the museum, they are freelance. Most of the museum’s exhibits are not labeled, so the chances are, you will not know one from another. A guidebook is available from the museum, but it is up to you if you want to employ one of these « guides« . If you decide to do so, make sure you haggle for a good, low price, so that if he is useless, you have not wasted much money. You could even try and form a group with other visitors to share the cost! To avoid this problem in the first place, ask at your hotel for advice on getting a proper guide!
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  • At most sites, especially if you are alone, or in a couple, a « guide », offering to show you around, may approach you. To these people you should say « La Shukran » or « no thank you »! The Egyptian Government does not employ any guides at any of the sites and monuments! Again, ask at your hotel, for help, before you visit the site.
  • Do not buy anything from the traders inside the Giza Plateau! The items they are trying to sell you can be bought a lot cheaper at places like the Khan El-Khalili. Also beware of the many people offering you camel rides, as they are not all genuine! Head for the main stables if you want a camel ride, or better still, arrange one at your hotel.
  • If you go to the Citadel, try and ignore the traders selling « papyrus » pictures, as the « papyrus » is made from banana leaves, they are not genuine papyrus! Also, if you buy some from one trader, another will approach selling you « pictures that the other man did not have »! To get mementos here, there are some stalls between the bus park and the old bank, where the traders are better to deal with, and not so pushy.
  • Many people, to save money, use the express train service, Cairo – Luxor/Aswan – Cairo. This is a long journey, though it is comfortable (and the scenery is breathtaking!). Before boarding the train, make sure you take some food with you, as the supplies « on-board » run out very quickly and are not replenished. A book is often advised, to help pass the time. Make sure you get the 1st Class, air-conditioned express train (normally, tourists have no option – the lower class carriages are for locals only!). They are non-smoking, but you can smoke in the entrance/exit area!
  • Do not feel that 5-star hotels are always the best! There are many 4 star hotels, that are Egyptian owned and run, that offer the same facilities as the big multi-national ones, sometimes they offer better service and in most cases, the staff is a lot friendlier!
  • We, at AskAladdin, advise against the idea of a felucca trip between Aswan and Luxor (Esna), unless you are really intent on sleeping under the stars and eating food that is not of the best standard. Many of this little felucca tip over, due to the strong wind, and you will end up losing all your luggage at the bottom of the Nile. We recommend using big Cruise boats, they can do the same trip, with better sleeping accommodation and first-class food!
  • I would advise you to bring a supply of any medicines that you take regularly and bring the prescription too. Feel safe in the knowledge that in the unlikely event of serious trouble, your hotel or cruise boat staff will find, and provide, a doctor for you instantly.  
  • And don’t forget that is always a good idea to bring mosquito repellent for open-air night events! It helps to minimize the « mosquito annoyance factor »!

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  • You know what your stomach is like! Just because you are on holiday don’t treat it differently, if you have a sensitive stomach and tend to stay to a certain type of diet, try and do the same when you are Egypt. Err on the side of caution; you do not want to ruin a great holiday because you have eaten something you would never have tried at home. Some people are lucky, they seem to be able to consume anything and everything, others become ill by simply looking at a different food. You may feel brave by trying something different, but sometimes you are better by being a coward and enjoying your stay.
  • Wash your hand always before eating. this contributes a lot to the cause of your travel sickness.
  • Only bottled water must be used, as waters in the Egyptian cities are said to be highly chlorinated. Also, there should be ample care taken when eating out to prevent the occurrence of travelers’ diarrhea, which is a very common health concern that most people face when traveling to a new country.
  • And finally: Please do not let this list put you off going to Egypt. It has been compiled from questions that people regularly ask, and complaints that travelers have experienced. This list is to help make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
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Discover the best exciting excursions in Hurghada Egypt in 2023

– Choose from over 30 boat trips and historical excursions according to the budget  in sharm el sheikh

– Choose from over 20 boat trips and historical excursions in Marsa Alam

Hurghada is a popular tourist destination in Egypt that attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. The city is located on the Red Sea coast and offers a variety of opportunities for exciting excursions and activities. Here are some of the best Hurghada excursions to do in 2023:

– Choose from over 50 offers of boat trips and historical excursions in Hurghada

1- Coral Reef Snorkeling Trip: Orange Bay Hurghada

Orange Bay Hurghada island Included

 Guided day trip to Orange Bay Island
 Roundtrip transfers from your hotel in Hurghada by coach
 Boat ride
 Snorkeling gear
 Snorkeling guide
 Mineral water & soft drinks

2 hour layover at Orange Bay.

– Paradise Island Hurghada

What  paradise island Included:


  • Local guide Professional.
  • Transfer Pickup and drop-off from your Hotel.
  • All Taxes, Entrance fees And Handling Charges to paradise island hurghada.
  • Mineral water + Cola + Milk + Coffee/Tea.
  • 2 Snorkeling spots.
  • Snorkeling Equipment “Mask, Life Jact, Swimming Fins”.
  • 120min at paradise island.
  • buffet lunch on Boat.
  • Fresh fruits on boat.
  • Water Games.

Hurghada is known for its beautiful coral reefs and one of the best ways to experience them is on a snorkeling trip. Experience the colorful fish and diverse marine life that the Red Sea has to offer.

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2- Ancient Egypt Sightseeing Tour: Take a tour to see some of the

Visit the most important sights of Ancient Egypt, like Excursion Hurghada cairo

 (. Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza. Explore the Chefren’s Valley Temple and see the huge statue of the Great Sphinx. Tour the Egyptian Museum, which houses more than 120,000 relics of the ancient Egypt. Admire the treasures of the child king Tutankhamun.)

 Cairo Trip from Hurghada – Details


  • Visit the  Pyramids of Giza .
  • Great Sphinx
  • Old Cairo, Bazaar
  • Horseback Riding & camel ride around the pyramids
  • Khan Al-Khalil
  • Visit Egyptian Museum.
  • Lunch.
  • Group guided Tour.
  • Hassle free.
  • No Hidden Costs.

Day Trip from luxor trip from hurghada by Bus – hurghada luxor tour the Valley of the Kings and the Karnak Temple Complex

luxor trip from hurghada highlights:

– . Visit  Valley of the Kings
–  . Visit Tutankhamun’s tomb
– . Visit Karnak Temple
– . Visit Statue of Memnon
– . Visit Luxor temple
– . Visit Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple
– Nile River cruise by felucca
– Transportation to and from the hotel:
– time from Luxor to Hurghada: 17  hours

3 – – Hurghada Diving – Enjoy for the best hurghada diving tour  for beginners and professionals in the red sea Egypt, accompanied by an experienced diving guide and two dives in two different locations for the most beautiful diving Sites in Hurghada Red Sea to explore the underwater world and more things to do in hurghada marine .

 Diving Trip Hurgada  include:

  • Transfer Pickup and drop-off from your Hotel.
  • Free Transportation From Your Hotel or Place of residence in Hurghada.
  • Dive Equipment.
  • 12L Tank and Lead Weight Belt.
  • Snorkeling Equipment “Mask, Life Jact, Swimming Fins”.
  • Local guide Professional.
  • VIP Lunch.
  • Water & Soft drinks.
  • Coffee, Tea.
  • Transportation from Makadi bay, El Gouna, Soma Bay or Sahl Hashish Extra 15 $ Per Car 2 ways.

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4 – Safari sahara hurghada : For a more exciting adventure, you can also do a quad tour in the desert. Explore the countryside on an off-road motorcycle and experience the breathtaking beauty of the desert up close.

What Super safari sahara hurghada Included:

Hurghada: Safai, Quad, Jeep, Buggy, Camel & BBQ

  • Transfer Pickup from your Hotel in Hurghada by 4x4WD Jeep car.
  • Local guide
  • Use of helmet.
  • 45 min Riding Quad biking.
  • 20 min Riding spider car.
  • Visiting a Bedouin village, getting to know the way of life of the settlement
  • Trying bedouin bread
  • Riding camels
  • BBQ Open Buffet Dinner
  • Soft drinks Mineral water / Bedouin Tea.
  • Back to your hotel in hurghada by jeep

5 – Dolphin House Hurghada tour–  is One of the best activities that you can do in Hurghada for families, honeymooners, families, children, couples and the elderly. It is to book an enjoyable sailing tour with a VIP tourist boat to House of Dolphin in the red sea

Dolphin House Hurghada tour – Details

–  Inclusions:

  • Transfer Pickup and drop-off from your Hotel in Hurghada.
  • Local snorkeling guide
  • Life jackets.
  • Snorkeling Equipment “Masks and Swimming Fins”.
  • Water sport stop 2 Snorkeling spots.
  • buffet lunch on Boat.
  • Fresh fruits on boat.
  • Mineral water + Cola + Milk + Coffee/Tea.
6- Royal Sea Scope Hurghada is the right choice for all underwater world lovers. Reserve your spot on time. We offer you quality and faster service. Your satisfaction comes first.

Royal sea scope hurghada Inclusions:

  • All transfersfrom and to your hotel -Air-conditioned vehicle;
  • soft drink
  • Entrance fees and Sumbarine ticket in hurghada
  • All Service charges & taxes
  • One  Snorkeling Stop for 40 minutes;
  • Life Jacket
  • Use of Snorkeling equipment;
  • Diver Show
  • Semi-Submarine
  • Snorkeling guide.

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7- Dolphin Show Hurghada – 1-hour dolphin show with your whole family, and witness the intelligence and charm of these special animals. Get conveniently picked up and delivered back to your hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle.

Dolphin Show Hurghada  HIGHLIGHTS

  • Get up close and personal with dolphins.
  • Witness their amazing intelligence and charm for yourself.
  • A good opportunity to swim with dolphins (If booked additional).
  • No Hidden Costs.
  • Hassle Free.

8-Hurghada Snorkeling Tour Sahl Hasheesh 

Sahl Hasheesh sea trip

hurghada snorkeling tour from Sahl Hasheesh -Explore the bay of  Sahl Hasheesh on a full-day tour with included transfers from Hurghada. Snorkel at 3 different locations in the Red Sea’s crystal clear waters. Relax on the sun deck and in the pool of a royal boat, and relish an open buffet lunch.

What is included  hurghada snorkeling tour program:

  • Transfer from the hotel at approximately 09.30 (we will inform you the exact time after booking);
  • Riding along the beach on well-groomed horses and a camel with a photo session for about an hour;
  • Moving to the alley of the pharaohs for a photo session at the entrance to the area for 30 minutes;
  • From 12:00 pm, rest on a private beach, snorkeling in the sunken city, a snack with drinks and snacks;
  • Further program is indicated below.

9-Sharm El Naga Snorkeling Egypt

Sharm El Naga SnorkelingEgypt Excursion – the snorkeling paradise with house reef and wonderful beach

Sharm el Naga is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Egypt and is located in the south ofHurghadain a beautiful bay with house reef. The coral reef is one of the most spectacular treasures of the Red Sea and can be reached from the shore.

Sharm El Naga is a beautiful bay located about 45 km from Hurghada near Soma Bay. A beach with house reef and crystal clear water that leaves nothing to be desired – and gives you the feeling of having discovered the literal paradise on earth.


  • Transfer from your hotel in high-quality, air-conditioned vehicles
  • Snorkel rental equipment
  • Travel companion
  • Lunch

10--Sea trip on a private yacht

hurghada boat trips -Sea trip on a private yacht- Relax with a Private Tour, Customized Just for You. Island, Sunset trip, Snorkeling, Fishing

Diftun Island Hurghada Boat trips / We organize excursions daily from 08:30 to 16:00.

What is included in the price/

Transfer picks up from the hotel in Hurghada and brings back after the tour.
In the sea, equipment for snorkeling and fishing is issued.
The price includes lunch and soft drinks.

11- EL Gouna Boat Trip

Activities in gouna Boat Trip /Working days / Everyday

What is included El gouna excursions :

  • transfers from/to your hotel in high-class vehicles with A/C
  • trip by boat with stops for snorkeling and fishing
  • City Tour by Boat in El Gouna&Submarine Tour
  • snorkeling and fishing equipment&Water Sports
  • guide assistance
  • lunch aboard the boat
  • mineral water and soft drinks

12- Horse Riding Hurghada Trip 2 hours (desert and beach)

    • Private transportation
    • Bottled water
    • Coffee and/or Tea ( or cola etc.)
    • Helmet
    • 2 hours horse riding in Desert & the beach
    • Private professional trainer

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13- Parasailing Hurghada

Enjoy an exceptional vacation in Hurghada with parasailing, where a parachute is attached speedboat, one or two persons may ride at the same time, with an attractive view of this stunning location.

  • 10 minutes of fun with parasailing
  • All transfers in a comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle.
  • All services and local taxes

14- Hurghada fishing Trip In red sea


  • Enjoy a fishing trip with your partner or group.
  • Sunbathe in the Red Sea deck.
  • Stop twice at great spots to fish.
  • Eat what you can catch
  • Catch delicious fishes that you can take back to the shore
  • Enjoy a free buffet lunch on board.

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15- Hurghada Grand Aquarium Trip


Ticket includes entry to aquarium,zoo,rain forest,rope bridge, shark feeding show and wadi al hitan museum.

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off service from/to Hotel in Hurghada.
  • Air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Admission to Hurghada Grand Aquarium.
  • Admission to the zoo.
  • All service charges and taxes.

16- Hurghada Jungle Aqua park

What’s Included Jungle aqua Park Tours:

  • comfortable transfer from/to your hotel in hurghada by air-conditioned vehicle
  • aqua park ticket and fees
  • English speaking escort assistance
  •  lunch and soft drinks
  •  service charges and taxes included in the price

17-Mini Egypt Park in Hurghada


  • Air-Conditioned Vehicle ( Pick Up & Drop Off )
  • Discover 55 of Egypt’s most famous landmarks—all in miniature
  • Best easy trip for families
  • Super designs of the main highlights in Egypt
  • Mini Egypt Park
  • Professional Guide

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18- Excursion from hurghada – VIP all in one


  • Roundtrip transfer in air-conditioned coach
  • Boat trip to the open sea to the house of dolphins
  • Swim with mask and flippers at the dolphin house
  • Guide-Instructor will give a diving briefing
  • One scuba dive for almost 15 minutes to a depth of 7-9 meters
  • Enjoy the beauty of the seabed of the Red Sea
  • Snorkel and fins near the karalls to enjoy the beauty of the Red Sea
  • See with your own eyes the picturesque coral gardens
  • fishing
  • Massage for almost 15 minutes
  • lunch and soft drinks

19- hurghada to aswan private bus

Hurghada to Aswan & Abu Simbel Tour Included/

– Pick up service from your hotel in Hurghada and return
– Egyptologist tour guide during the tour
– Entrance fees to the mentioned historical places
-All transfers by a modern air-conditioned vehicle
– Train tickets from Luxor to Aswan and return
-Mineral water on board your vehicle
– One Night accommodation in Aswan at 5* Hotel
2 Lunch meals in Aswan
– All Service Charges and Taxes

Excursions in Hurghada Egypt in 2023

20- Hurghada luxor trip – LUXOR TWO DAYS 


  • Pickup & Drop Off ( Big Bus )
  • Historical Professional Guide
  • Karnak Temple
  • Valley Of The Kings
  • The Trip By River Nile ( Just Crossing From East To West )
  • Colossal Memnon
  • Hatshepsut Temple
  • Lunch
  • Hotel In Luxor
  • Hot Air Balloon
  • Visiting Alabaster Factory
  • Free Walking Luxor Market With Our Guide.

-Choose from over 50 offers of boat trips and historical excursions in Hurghada

Excursions Egypt, Hurghada in 2023