Hurghada has everything the heart and soul seek. The Red Sea is full of enchantment and wonders, capable of providing the perfect tropical holiday, and Hurghada is the best resort in Egypt, offering a genuine doorway to everything that makes a trip in Egypt seem like being in paradise. Every moment spent in this magical spot is pure delight and joy, certain to leave you smiling for the rest of your life.
Hurghada is one of Egypt’s most popular tourist destinations since there is no better spot than this magnificent resort to properly appreciate the grandeur of the Red Sea. It runs 36 kilometers (22 miles) along the coast, but is too deep into the desert, and serves as a resort for Egyptians from all over the nation, as well as foreign visitors. The city is divided into the contemporary section of the city, El Kawsar, El Ahia, and El Helal in the northern half, Sekalla in the city center, El Dahar a.k.a Downtown and El Memsha in the southern part, and a village pedestrian path reaching over 4 kilometers.
History of Hurghada
Hurghada’s history dates back to 1905 when this heavenly resort was nothing more than a simple fishing village. However, in 1913, everything changed when the Egyptian government and various foreign international companies invested in Hurghada in the late 1950s, transforming the entire city into a true international tropical attraction that showcases the most majestic underwater life of beautiful coral reefs and won numerous awards.
Climate in Hurghada
Hurghada’s climate is tropical, with temperatures ranging from 30 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit for the majority of the year, with the exception of the summer months, when temperatures can reach 40 degrees Fahrenheit (104 F). The city is divided into four sections: the contemporary portion, El Kawsar, El Ahia, and El Helal in the northern half, Sekalla in the city center, El Dahar a.k.a. Downtown, and El Memsha, a village pedestrian path reaching over four kilometers.
Hurghada’s Activities and Attractions
Hurghada is home to the world’s rarest and largest marine life, as well as the world’s largest number of coral reefs and colorful fish, as well as the world’s largest collection of water sports, with a massive number of sports centers for diving, snorkeling, wind and kite surfing, and the opportunity to ride a quad through the desert. Hurghada International Airport serves the city and has direct flights to a number of European destinations. It is well-known for its abundance of diving schools and stores. In the contemporary Sekalla sector of the resort, there are several pubs and nightclubs. A typical Bazaar, coffee shops, and souks may all be found in Dahar. A spectacular safari over the wonderful eastern Sahara to the essence of the warm and hospitable character of Bedouin settlements beneath the magical skies is also available.
Hurghada’s Private Beaches and Resorts
Schedule Island, Dishes El-Dhaba, Abu Minqar Island, Marsa Abu Galawa “Carless Reef,” El Fanus “Dolphin Reef,” Turtle Bay, Gota Abu Ramada a.k.a. “The Aquarium,” Oberoi House Reef, Gota Abu Makadi, Gifton Island, and other inner resorts surrounding Hurghada include the Sahl Hasheesh, Makadi Bay, El Quseir, So If you’re in Hurghada for a nice holiday and want to do some amazing things, check out our Hurghada excursions and pick the one that’s right for you, or even design your ideal vacation to Egypt.