Hurghada is one of the most popular Egyptian resorts on the Red Sea. The city has a large number of exclusive five-star hotels where you can book all-inclusive packages. The city exudes Arab style despite new buildings and has an old town where you can see the traditional way of life. There are many bazaars of various leather goods and you can negotiate the price. There is also a large number of night clubs that guarantee a good time and local travel agencies that can arrange some of the popular local trips. Local transport is affordable and takes place in mini-vans and taxis.
The mountains Safaga, are between Luxor and Hurghada. It is a very arid area, where temperatures are soaring. I took a series of photographs. I went by road, the plane was an option but to see the country the airport is not the most appropriate place. I have not regretted. Otherwise, Iwould not have had this opportunity. Very hot in May.
Paradise Island or, as the Egyptians say, Giftun Island, is located in the Red Sea near the tourist city of Hurghada. This desert isle is surrounded by the azure waters of the Red Sea and has beautiful sandy beaches with the crystal-clear water. It's a paradise for diving in coral reefs around the island. All in all, you will be very satisfied with your visit to this pearl of the Red Sea.
Fascinating desert landscape and burning Saharan sun with temperatures of around 50 degrees Celsius. Driving off-road Jeeps through the desert dunes at full speed is an adrenaline rush, but marke sure to bring plenty of water and bright reflective clothing, and wrap a scarf over your face to protect from sand and wind. The combination of the Sahara, the sun and the beautiful Red Sea will leave a lasting impression on you. The desert dunes ending at the emerald sea scene is a memorable and breathtaking sight.
Recommendation from the heart to visit the Sahara...