Hurghada has become a popular seaside resort over the last 20 years. It used to be a small fishing village, but now it has 36 km of beautiful beaches and places to do aquatic sports like windsurfing, yachting, snorkeling and scuba diving. The Red Sea has rare fish and coral reefs, making it famous worldwide for aquatic sports. You can also relax in the beautiful hotels, enjoy massages and spa facilities, and do various water sports like sailing, windsurfing, deep-sea fishing, kitesurfing, pedal boats, and water skiing. If you want to see the underwater world without getting wet, there are glass-bottomed boat trips.At night, Hurghada has a lot of entertainment with nightclubs and fun things to do in most of the hotels. There are also many beautiful traditional Arabic restaurants to try and a few familiar Western chain restaurants like the Hard Rock Café. Don't forget to explore the older parts of the city like Sakkala and Ad Dahar to see the charm and character of the city.
Hurghada is a modern and luxurious resort area with plenty of activities, entertainment, and spa options. It's an excellent place to stay if you want to explore nearby resorts such as Safaga, El Gouna, Makadi Bay, and Sahl Hasheesh, which all offer beautiful beaches, fantastic diving sites, and various activities and sights. Thanks to Hurghada International Airport's proximity, you can even fly out to Cairo to see the famous ancient sights like the Pyramids or visit Luxor with its many ancient temples. The Hurghada islands offer many exciting things to do. You can go on a trip to Giftun Island and have fun snorkeling and eating grilled fish. You can also see the Red Sea from a submarine. If you want to relax, there are nice places to stay and shops to go shopping. Nearby Gebel Abu Dukhan has old Roman buildings to see. You can also go on a camel or jeep ride to see the Red Sea Mountains. A lot of people who go to Egypt want to stay for three to five days in Hurghada which is delightful for kids and grownups all the same.