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About Hurghada

Hurghada is a city located on the Red Sea coast in Red Sea Governorate of Egypt, with around 40 kilometers of coastline on the Red Sea. The resort city is the second largest city on the Red Sea coast in Egypt and one of the fastest evolving tourism spot in the country of Egypt. With its dramatic landscape, year-round dry and temperate climate and long stretches of natural beaches, tourism is the major industry in the city of Hurghada and in the recent times the city has seen plenty of luxury and deluxe hotels and resorts.
The town of Hurghada is mainly famous for its breathtaking natural beaches and wide variety of water sports activities that can be performed here from windsurfing, sailing, deep-sea fishing, swimming, andjetskis, but, above all, snorkeling and diving. The unique underwater gardens offshore are some of the finest in the world, justifiably famous amongst divers. The coastal town is also a popular for its nightlife and also sometimes known as the party town particularly among Europeans.

Hurghada as Honeymoon Destination (Romantic Getaway)

Honeymoon in Hurghada is all about beaches, water sports activities, exotic marine life sights and exciting nightlife. It is an ideal destination for those newlywed couples who want to spend their honeymoon around some exotic and breathtaking beaches with plenty of water sports activities options. Hurghada honeymoon is not much about travelling from one place to another as there are not much sightseeing options but it is about spending some quality romantic time with your beloved partner exploring the breathtaking natural beaches and make your honeymoon even more exciting by indulging in some of the most adventurous and exciting water sports activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing etc.
There are plenty of beautiful and secluded islands near Hurghada which offer all kinds of fun and excitement such as a day trip to Giftun Island for snorkeling and a fish barbecue, or view the Red Sea from a submarine is an enjoyable experience while on your honeymoon in Hurghada. When you’re not in the sea you can shop in the boutiques, relax in the luxury holiday villages or visit the Roman Mons Porphyrites (mountain of porphyry) remains at nearby Gebel Abu Dukhan (Father of Smoke). Day-trips or safaris to explore the Red Sea Mountains by camel or jeep are also available. The town of Hurghada is also known for its exciting nightlife and there are plenty of clubs, bars and discs where you can just hang around with your partner and experience the beach nightlife.


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