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Abu Dabbab Beach Trip SafagaSale! $75,00 – $170,00If you're looking for a heavenly experience, you must take a sea trip from Safaga to Abu Dabab Beach. The golden sands are the perfect spot to soak up the sun and capture stunning photos. What's more, you'll have the chance to swim alongside the turtles - a truly magical experience! And when it comes to lunchtime, the beach restaurant has a diverse menu that will tantalize your taste buds. You'll be treated to a delicious open buffet lunch, leaving you feeling satisfied. The excursion to the Turtles of Abu Dabbab from Safaga is a must-do. This bay is also known as "Turtle Bay", and it's one of the most famous spots in the area. You'll be swept away by the beauty of Abu Dabbab's gently sloping sandy beach, and you'll get to watch the giant tortoises living there in their natural habitat. And the best part? You'll enjoy a complimentary stay with snorkelling and swimming on the beach of Abu Dabbab. Don't forget to bring your swimming suit, towel, sunglasses, and sun cream! It's a unique opportunity to witness the turtles living in freedom, and the crystal-clear waters of Abu Dabbab Bay are simply breathtaking. Our transfer will pick you up from Safaga and take you to Abu Dabbab. It's a three-hour drive, but trust us - it's worth it! Abu Dabbab is one of the most famous dive sites in the Red Sea, and it's one of the few places in the world where you can dive with the very rare and endangered dugong and the sea cow. The beach is soft and inviting, and the sea is home to countless species of fish and corals with dazzling colours. You might even spot a live manatee (Dugong) or a guitar ray with some luck. The slowly sloping bay is perfect for snorkelling, and of course, you can recharge your batteries with lunch at the buffet. Abu Dabbab is a place where you can lose yourself in the world's natural beauty and connect with the ocean and all its wonders. It's a place that will capture your heart and leave you with memories to cherish forever.Select options
Sharm El Naga Private Trip SafagaSale! $40,00 – $100,00For five hours, indulge in your favourite activities at the stunning Sharm El-Naga beach. It's the perfect spot to soak up the sun, swim, and snorkel. Take a snorkelling trip from Safaga to Sharm El Naga and marvel at the breathtaking coral reefs and crystal-clear waters. Spend a day relishing the beautiful beach, diverse sea life, and magnificent coral reefs. The trip cost covers lunch and beverages.Select options
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Safaga Beach Trips are these excursions that head to the Safaga coast of the Red Sea without using a vehicle like a boat.
Hurghada is a resort town stretching 40 Km of pristine shoreline on the beautiful Red Sea coast. So, it’s rich in a lot of beaches. Some of them are famous for the corals and different fish species, where you can enjoy Snorkeling and diving. Furthermore, Hurghada City is one of the international centres for watersports lovers, from diving to windsurfing.
The Red Sea Governorate offers some public beaches for residents who can’t pay high fees, so there are some beaches with low prices but others with high costs, called private beaches.
That’s why, in Hurghada, there are Public and private beaches to satisfy all tourists, guests and residents who visit or live in Hurghada.
As for Hurghada weather, it’s warm all year. Especially during the summer, the warmest month is August. It’s sunny and warm in the winter, but it’s slightly cold at night.
So, all year from everywhere tourists come to enjoy the clear water of the sea, the sun and the weather.
Hurghada offers its guests and residents an attractive community with year-round sunshine and turquoise beaches and is a short flight from Europe, making Hurghada the ultimate paradise escape.
Hurghada is a highly sought-after beach resort in Egypt, with Sharm el-Sheikh being its only rival. However, unlike Sharm, the beaches in Hurghada are primarily sandy with a flat bottom and a gentle approach, making it an ideal destination for families with children or anyone looking for a relaxing beach vacation. While snorkelling and diving are not as prevalent here, the beaches are perfect for swimming and sunbathing. All the beaches in Hurghada, as well as other Egyptian resorts, are categorized into three types.
Public Beaches in Hurghada
Red Sea governorate offers its residents public beaches with reasonable fees, and the entrance ticket varies from 300 L.E to 500 L.E, depending on their locations and possibilities. The price includes the umbrella and the chaise lounge.
Some beaches are clean and sandy, some are rocky and trashy, some have shallow water, some are far from the city, some are near, some are with jetty, and some are without.
On some beaches, you can bring your food and drink. Other beaches don’t permit it because they have restaurants and bars on the beaches. All beaches are open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Among the public beaches in Hurghada, Public Beach Number #9, Public Beach Number #4, public beach Number #5 Called El Fayrouz Beach, El Sawaky Beach, Social Club Beach, Rome beach club, Shellghada Beach, Sheraton Beach, Public Beach El Fayrouz, Da Vinci Beach in Al Ahyaa, Solano beach and others.
Private Beaches in Hurghada
There are private beaches that belong exclusively to hotels and are not accessible to outsiders. There are more than 15 private beaches in Hurghada. The secluded beaches have the same rules; they open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. But the entrance ticket is a little bit expensive. It rates between 300 L.E till 500 L.E per person per day. But their locations are the best with a high quality of service. Restaurants and bars also provide them.
El Gouna, Soma Bay, Mahmya, Makadi Bay, Sahl Hasheesh and Safaga are the best beaches. All these beaches are sandy and clean with clear water.
The well-known private beaches in Hurghada are Old Vic Beach, Orange Beach, Marina Beach, Roma Beach, Elysees Dream Beach Hurghada, Coral Beach, Nagwa Resort – Al Ahyiaa, The Smokery Beach of El Gouna, Zaytouna Beach of El Gouna, Il Gusto beach of Sahl Hasheesh and others are among these private beaches.
Day-use Beach Hurghada
Hotel beaches can only be used for hotel guests or for day use only by customers. Some beaches are inside resorts that permit people to use the beach and have lunch; that is called day use. These beaches are white sandy, spotless, clear water and comfortable with views of the red sea.
Such hotel beaches exist in Sunrise Garden Beach Resort, Marriott Beach Resort, Arabia Azur Resort, Dana Beach Resort Albatros, Coral Beach Hurghada Hotel, Steigenberger Al Dau Beach Hotel, Palm Beach Resort, Hurghada Long Beach Resort, the Oberoi Beach Resort – Sahl hasheesh, Serenity Makadi Beach, White Beach resort, Adan Beach resort, Stella di mare Beach resort & spa – Makadi bay, Siva Grand Beach Hotel, Sunrise Holidays resort, the Beach resort & aqua park, Sindbad Club, Seagull Beach resort, Orange beach, the three Corners Sunny Beach resort, Fort Arabesque resort, spa & villas, Pyramisa Beach resort – Sahl Hasheesh and others.
In Sharm El Naqa resort, you can also enjoy your accommodation. It’s a protected house reef, best known for Snorkeling and diving. Furthermore, there is a swimming pool. It’s also well known for beautiful coral reefs, sandy beaches and crystal-clear water. It features all facilities, including unlimited shore dives. It’s a nice place to spend a relaxing holiday.
It’s an island – a tropical paradise – surrounded by blue water and a white sandy beach. It offers fine food, music, and all facilities for snorkelling and diving.
There’s also day use in Mahmya Beach, a tropical paradise. Paradise Island is an excellent beach for snorkelling, and diving, with blue water and white sand beaches. It offers a good variety of food and drinks.
Finally, in Hurghada, there are many beaches with different facilities to satisfy all categories of residents and guests of the city.
Free Hurghada Beaches
In Hurghada, there are no equipped free beaches available anymore since the last one closed down in 2022. Unfortunately, even locals have to pay to access the beaches, just like tourists. However, some free beaches are still available in Hurghada, but they are wild and unequipped.