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Disfrute la aventura y descubra la belleza del desierto del Este en una atmósfera típicamente Beduina. Durante el día verán la tienda Beduina y se realizarán diversas actividades tales como montar en quad, wind surf, montar en caballos y camellos, y viaje en jeep al pueblo beduino donde por la tarde podrán disfrutar de un espectáculo oriental.

desde 64,7 €

Es una hermosa playa de arena donde usted pasará un día inolvidable haciendo esnórquel, en playas adaptadas para ello. Incluye los equipos necesarios para la actividad y el almuerzo.

Es una hermosa playa de arena donde usted pasará un día inolvidable haciendo esnórquel, en playas adaptadas para ello. Incluye los equipos necesarios para la actividad y el almuerzo.

Punto de encuentro: Hotel
Duración: Seis horas.
Hora de inicio o apertura: A las 9.00 horas.
Idiomas: Inglés, francés, italiano,alemán, polaco y holandés.


desde 94,75 €

Esta es una excursion de hora y media, navegaremos hasta el arrecife de coral, 1 hora viendo el fondo marino en el barco con el fondo de cristal y vuelta al puerto.

Can you really leave Egypt without a visit to the Pyramids? Marvel at the wonders of the ancient pharaohs on a day trip to Cairo. See the Golden treasures of Tutankhamun on display in the museum, the hustle and bustle of the streets and the eerie magic of the River Nile. A truly unforgettable experience!

desde 126,32 €

This day trip captures the essence of one of the world’s most treasure-laden cities - Cairo - with a visit to the Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx and Cairo Museum. It all starts with a flight to Egypt’s capital, where your experienced guide will lead you around this chaotic, colourful metropolis, pointing out its other landmarks en route. Topping everything is Giza with its famous Pyramids. Feast your eyes on these colossal tombs, the last remaining wonders of the Ancient World, and capture them on camera. You’ll get to go inside one, too, before gazing at the great guardian of the complex, the Sphinx. There’s another showstopper, too - the Egyptian Museum. This atmospheric place houses the world’s biggest collection of Egyptian antiquities. Wander spellbound around its main areas, inspecting everything from the golden treasures of Tutankhamun to eons-old mummies, sculptures and more. Your day in this remarkable city includes lunch and if you wish, you can book an VIP upgrade featuring private transfers and your own chauffeured Cairo car and personal guide.

Up for a magical history tour? Then this great value trip takes you by road to Luxor for the most enthralling history lesson ever. The temples, tombs and monuments here date back a whopping 4,000 years or so, when ancient Thebes, Egypt’s Pharaoh capital, was in its prime. You’ll kick off at the spine-tingling Valley of Kings, the last resting place of the Pharaohs. Here, the limestone hills house 62 maze-like tombs, each built to see their revered inhabitants safely into the afterlife. While you’re here, you’ll also see the humungous twin statues of the Colossi of Memnon, built to guard the necropolis, and the stunning Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. This three-tiered mortuary sits beneath a 300-foot rock and is fronted by incredible colonnades. Then after a tasty lunch, get your cameras ready for Karnak. Just outside the city, this jaw-dropping temple is crammed full of skyscraping pillars, chapels and statues. After collecting your jaw from the floor, it’s time to reboard your coach for your journey back. Oh, and if you fancy doing things style, how about a VIP package? This includes your own chauffeured car, driver and personal guide in Luxor.

Join us on this relaxed adult-only cruise on the beautiful Red Sea. You'll take in the sights of the underwater world as you snorkel along some of the most impressive coral reefs in the Red Sea. And with the guidance of qualified snorkel guides, you'll have an 80 percent chance of getting up close and personal with dolphins in their natural habitat. Everything will be taken care of during your day, with lunch and all inclusive soft drinks included, along with your snorkelling equipment.

Luxor has so many awe-inspiring sights that it more than warrants this two-day trip. It’s a fantastic opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the city’s 4,000-year old history. Travelling by road, your adventure starts at Karnak Temple. All soaring pillars, this Nile-side wonder was ancient Egypt’s most important religious site. After lunch, take a look around Luxor Museum - it’s packed with eerie mummies and glittering antiquities.

The Turkish Bath had a bit of a rebirth in Victorian times, although the idea actually came from the ancient Greeks. You’ll get to experience one for yourself on this tour. It all begins in what’s known as the relaxation room, which is heated by a flow of hot, dry air. After a few minutes you’ll be transferred to an even warmer room, known as the ‘hot room’. This is where you’ll get a bit of a sweat on, before being hosed down with cold water from head to toe. Unwinding gets easier after this – you’ll be treated to a body scrub and then a massage with essential oils. Finally, you can enjoy a nice long soak in a bubbling hot tub.

The Turkish Bath had a bit of a rebirth in Victorian times, although the idea actually came from the ancient Greeks. You’ll get to experience one for yourself on this tour. It all begins in what’s known as the relaxation room, which is heated by a flow of hot, dry air. After a few minutes you’ll be transferred to an even warmer room, known as the ‘hot room’. This is where you’ll get a bit of a sweat on, before being hosed down with cold water from head to toe. Unwinding gets easier after this – you’ll be treated to a moisturising body peel and a soothing back massage with essential oils. You’ll then have some time to soak in the hot tub, before having a face mask applied and gearing up for the grand finale – an all-over aromatherapy body massage.

This action-packed trip takes you into the Hurghada desert on just about every type of transport available – from camel to quad bike. Your guides will start the afternoon with a health and safety briefing and a quick quad bike driving test, before leading you out into the desert. This changeable countryside covers pancake-flat desert, rocky roads and rolling hills. Back at the quad station, you’ll get a drink before climbing into a spider car – a skeletal-looking 4-wheel drive. After 20 minutes or so you’ll switch to double and triple-wheeled tank cars. Horse and camel riding comes next – a traditional mode of travel that’ll get you in the mood for the upcoming buffet dinner and live show. Grilled meats, kofta and rice dominate the food spread, while entertainment comes in the shape of traditional dance troupes. A spot of stargazing rounds the night off.

This family-friendly boat cruise shows off some of the best snorkelling spots in Hurghada. Reefs and shipwrecks decorate this part of the Red Sea, making it a honeypot for everything from stripy angel fish and rays to sea turtles and pods of playful dolphins. And thanks to the crystal-clear waters, visibility is great – usually up to an impressive 50 metres. Swimming and snorkelling aside, you can spend the day relaxing on deck or fishing. There’s no need to invest in your own gear, either – fishing tackle and snorkelling equipment come part and parcel.

To get off the beaten track, jump onboard this half-day tour of the Hurghada desert. Everything kicks off in the late afternoon, when the desert goes into cool-down mode. Your guides will give you a health and safety briefing and a quick driving test before leading you into the desert. The changeable landscape covers pancake-flat sands, bone-jangling rocky roads and sharp-toothed hills. A couple of photo stops are thrown in for good measure, so you get the chance to pause and admire this otherworldly landscape.

This trip will take you to Makadi Water World – Egypt’s biggest waterpark. It’s packed with 50 family-friendly slides, including adrenalin-pumpers like the Twister, Space Boat, Wave Slide and Turbo Tunnel. From the top of the tallest slides, you get 360-degree desert and sea views. You can also expect classics like multi-racers and the plunging Kamikaze. On top of all that, there’s a separate area for children who prefer arm bands to fast rides – a giant pirate ship sprouting slides and water fountains steals the show. Lunch is served at the snack bar, where pizzas, pasta, ice cream and waffles are on the menu.

Just so you know, the Space Hole has a height restriction of 160cm, and 17 of the bigger adults slides have a height restriction of 120cm. The mini-slides and water features have an age restriction of either 4 or 7 years, and some plays areas have no age restriction at all. Children must have an adult with them.

Makadi Water World is Egypt’s biggest waterpark. It’s packed with 50 family-friendly slides, including adrenalin-pumpers like the Twister, Space Boat, Wave Slide and Turbo Tunnel. From the top of the tallest slides, you get 360-degree desert and sea views. You can also expect classics like multi-racers and the plunging Kamikaze. On top of all that, there’s a separate area for children who prefer arm bands to fast rides – a giant pirate ship sprouting slides and water fountains steals the show. Lunch is served at the snack bar, where pizzas, pasta, ice cream and waffles are on the menu.

Just so you know, the Space Hole has a height restriction of 160cm, and 17 of the bigger adults slides have a height restriction of 120cm. The mini-slides and water features have an age restriction of either 4 or 7 years, and some play areas have no age restriction at all. Children must have an adult with them.

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