Paradise Island – Red Sea coast An unforgettable sea excursion to the Island of ‘Giftun’, called locally ‘Paradise Island’. It’s a magical place that justifies its name, Marine protectorate since 1986, borders by white sands & surrounded by a coral reef, which appeals to both divers & snorkelers; it’s a small piece of paradise just off the Hurghada coast.

Dolphin House – Red Sea Coast An amazing trip which is not to be missed. One of the most popular boat trips in Hurghada with a 90% chance to see pods of dolphins in their natural habitat. Some people are lucky enough to have dolphins swim along side them in the crystal clear waters. Truly the chance of a lifetime.

Sharm El Naga Beach Coral Reserve Sharm El Naga a heavenly beach & wonderful protected coral reef about 45km south of Hurghada. We recommend this trip to those who don’t like sailing on the sea, but desire to discover the beautiful underwater life of the Red Sea.

Quad Safari – Hurghada If you’re craving a real adventure, this two hour quad bike safari is right up your street. This is an exhilarating experience we guarantee you will love, where better to open up a quad bike than in the stunning deserts of Red Sea Coast.

Bedawia super safari – Hurghada This trip has everything – spectacular Desert scenery, a taste of Bedouin culture with quad, sand buggy, jeep, camel ride to boot.

Abydos & Dendera – Egypt  Abydos – Temple of Seti I, located 145km north of Luxor, Abydos originally was the capital of unified Egypt, it is among the major most scared places in Ancient Egypt, dedicated to the cult Osiris. Hathor’s temple at Dendera, located about 60 km north of Luxor on the west bank of the River Nile, one of the best preserved sanctuaries all over Egypt. Much of the paintwork inside is still intact, which is astounding the colours are so amazingly fresh after thousands of years.

St. Anthony & St. Paul’s Monasteries Red Sea – Egypt Discover the high & bleak mountain peaks of the Eastern Desert, here amidst the arid red Sea Hills Saint Anthony & Saint Paul cloisters can be found here. These are the oldest Catholic cloisters in Egypt – their origins trace back to the infancy of Christian monasticism, observing rituals that have scarcely changed over sixteen centuries.

Luxor Day Tour Luxor the ancient city of ‘Thebes’ visit the ‘Valley of the Kings’, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Colossi of Memnon & Famous ‘Karnak’.The groups will be small so you won’t be in an overcrowded group so the trip is a little more personal.

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