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A land of legends and the birthplace of a fascinating civilisation, Egypt harbours a thousand-year-old history, ancient remains and an exceptional cultural heritage that absolutely must be explored! The country also boasts a spectacular coastline and year-round sunshine. Its endless beaches and sensational seabed make it a prime destination for diving and offer the best conditions to learn water sports or simply enjoy some time with family or friends in a magical, exotic setting.
Marsa Alam is a popular destination for divers, sun-seekers and those looking for an authentic experience. With its many natural reefs, underwater caves and schools of dolphins, Marsa Alam remains a fascinating and relatively undisturbed destination. Hotels of all standards offer facilities that are just as attractive for sports enthusiasts as they are for those seeking peace and quiet.
This small coastal town, which was once a major trading port, lies between Hurghada (140 km) and Marsa Alam (135 km). Today, it is popular for its extraordinary seabed and coral reefs, which are often accessible from the beach. If you like snorkelling and diving, this is the place to be! Distance from the airport: 75 km.
The beautiful bay of Madinat Coraya is ideal for family holidays. It is sheltered from the waves and the beach gently slopes down to the sea. All ages can enjoy the huge Aqua Coraya water park located along the bay, as well as by the many other water sports activities on offer in this area. Distance from the airport: 6 km.
Located about 270 kilometres south of Hurghada, this small coastal town, relatively unheard of until a few years ago, has become one of the most sought-after beach destinations in Egypt thanks to its extraordinary seabed and the opening of an international airport. All the hotels in the area have been built recently and have a modern, spacious layout. Distance from the airport: 60 km.
This former village on the southern Egypt coast has been gradually changing its image since the 2000s, and is now a trendy resort. It has a man-made harbour for up to 1,000 yachts, as well as restaurants, shops and bustling souks. Port Ghalib is also popular for its beautiful beaches, diving spots and state-of-the-art hotel facilities. Distance from the airport: 5 km.
Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.
Experience the beautiful Red Sea with a dive that you’ll never forget! There are packages to suit everyone, from beginners to experienced divers to snorkelers. All equipment can be rented on site and you can even opt for lunch on the boat. Packages can also be spread over several days and there is the opportunity to upgrade to more advanced courses. You will receive a certificate at the end of each course. The minimum age for diving is typically 12 years.
Have you always been fascinated by ancient Egypt? Then a trip to Luxor is a must! This tour takes you to the west bank of Thebes and past the impressive Colossi of Memnon, the Temple of Amun, the Valley of the Kings and the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut. This excursion also includes a boat trip on the Nile (drinks not included).
If you're staying in Marsa Alam, it would be a shame to miss the underwater world of Marsa Mubarak. This national park is home to one of the largest and most beautiful coral reefs in the Red Sea. We will accompany you on a snorkelling trip where you can discover extraordinary biodiversity as you swim alongside thousands of colourful fish, sea turtles and manatees.
The excursion includes snorkelling equipment, a hot lunch and a selection of soft drinks.
How would you like to explore the vastness and magnificence of the desert hinterland of Marsa Alam on a Jeep or quad bike safari? From a designated meeting point in the desert, you will first drive by Jeep to a Bedouin village where you can learn about their customs and traditions, and try an excellent tea carefully prepared according to an ancestral recipe. You will continue your journey – part of it by quad bike and possibly by camel if you wish – to a desert camp, where you will have a barbecue dinner accompanied by traditional dances and songs, before driving back to your hotel under the starry night sky...
This tour includes transfers to and from your hotel, the services of a guide, entrance fees, quad biking (40 minutes), a camel ride, a visit to the Bedouin village, tea and dinner with a selection of soft drinks.
Sataya is a coral reef stretching for over 5 kilometres along the southern coast of the Red Sea, which forms a calm, shallow turquoise lagoon.
At 10am, you will be served a welcome drink at Hamata Marina. After a short briefing, you will set sail for about an hour and a half to reach the first snorkelling spot. Once there, you will have about an hour to explore the seabed and if you’re lucky, you may even get to swim with the dolphins!
After this first diving session, you will have a 45 minute lunch break before heading to the second diving site, which is located in the huge Sataya reef.
You will return to Hamata Marina at 15:30.
The trip includes hotel transfer, the services of a guide, soft drinks, snacks, and lunch. Snorkelling equipment is not included.
For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.
- During Ramadan, the Muslim fasting period, some restaurants and bars in the hotels may remain closed and the entertainment programme may be limited.
- For the coral reefs, the use of plastic shoes for swimming is recommended. Direct access to the sea may be limited to a restricted area and may also be via a walkway.
- In all the hotels, proper attire is required for dinner (long trousers for gentlemen).