Tickets en Marsa Alam- Qusseir

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Visite una típica aldea beduina, pruebe té beduino y un recorrido por las carpas, disfrute de un paseo en camello y el quads, observará el atardecer desde la cima de la montaña, seguido de una cena-fiesta beduina y la posibilidad de ver estrellas.

Disfrute de un día inolvidable para descubrir la naturaleza virgen del Parque Nacional Hamata. Auténtico paraíso para los buceadores y los amantes del mar, el sol y la naturaleza con nuestra excursión de 1 día en la que podrá bucear alrededor de las 3 Islas Vírgenes.

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.

Don’t fancy wriggling into a wetsuit? Then here’s a way to see the underwater life of the Red Sea without getting wet. You’ll climb on board a comfy Seascope - an ingenious glass-sided boat with a really deep hull - and be whisked three metres under the surface right into the middle of the aquatic action. Then it’s just a matter of sitting in the observation deck and gazing through the panoramic windows onto the sea-life show. Gawp at tropically hued clownfish, batfish and triggerfish. Look out for slinky eels and rays. And check out swaying sea grass, starfish and rainbow-bright reefs. It’s like looking into a stunning aquarium - but it’s the real deal. You’ll have around an hour and a half on board all told, and you can take videos or photos through the windows, too. Oh, and the kids are welcome as well, making it a fun family trip.

Some of Egypt’s most amazing sights combine on this overnight tour to Aswan, a city on the Nile south of Luxor. For starters, it’s home to a bit of an engineering feat, the Aswan High Dam which was built in 1960 to stem the floodwaters of the Nile. You’ll also get to visit Philae Temple, a massive island temple dedicated to the goddess Isis. Another treat is Edfu, a stunning collection of colonnades, friezes and statues carved in the spooky image of the falcon-headed god, Horus. But the star attraction is Abu Simbel. Built in the 13th century BC, its Great Temple will leave you totally humbled. Gaze wide-eyed at the four colossal statues of Ramses II at its entrance. Tiptoe around its pillared halls. And check out the intricate hieroglyphs telling stories from long-ago times. You’ll soon see why archaeologists are calling it the Eighth Wonder of the Ancient World.

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. Then, after checking into your 4-star hotel, take the chance to watch the evening Sound & Light Show at Karnak. Combining dazzling illuminations, commentary and music, it brings this stunning temple back to awesome life. After breakfast the next morning, you’ll cross the Nile to see the Valley of the Kings. This desert valley is honeycombed with 62 warren-like tombs, which served as the final resting place of the Pharaohs, including Tutankhamun. You’ll also clap eyes on the Colossi of Memnon, the giant statues guarding the valley and the nearby Temple of Queen Hatshepsut -a vision in colonnaded stone. Then enjoy a motorboat ride along the Nile before tucking into a delicious lunch in readiness for your journey back.

This trip teams snorkelling and swimming with the chance to spot pods of playful dolphins. Your boat will take you out to a coral reef, where you can pull on a mask and snorkel and join the colourful Red Sea residents underwater. After an hour or so it’s time for lunch on board, as we sail to our next snorkelling stop. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins as we glide along – they’ll often jump and flip over the waves. Another hour of snorkelling is up next, before we cruise back towards the marina at Marsa Alam.

This 2-hour quad bike tour will give you an overview of Marsa Alam’s mysterious desert landscape, with stop-offs that include an ancient Egyptian temple and a Bedouin village. First off, you’ll partner up with a quad bike, before setting out with a guide who’ll lead you along the dusty paths that wind through the desert and mountains surrounding Marsa Alam. After an hour’s drive, the group will take a break at a Bedouin village. Here, you’ll find out about their nomadic lives and try a cup of traditional hibiscus tea. There will also be time for a quick look at the sandy Karnak temples complex. The return journey is just as head-turning – it shows off dune-heaped desert and rusty mountains on all sides.

Swimming with dolphins in their natural environment is a truly unforgettable experience. With Dolphin Swims, you will interact with these playful and curious mammals in a safe, responsible and ecologically sensitive way. To participate you need to be of an average level of fitness to swim and to get on and off boats into the water. Life jackets are provided.

This trip teams snorkeling and swimming with the chance to spot pods of playful dolphins. Your boat will take you out to a coral reef, where you can pull on a mask and snorkel and join the colorful Red Sea residents underwater. After an hour or so it’s time for lunch on board, as we sail to our next snorkeling stop. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins as we glide along – they’ll often jump and flip over the waves. Another hour of snorkeling is up next, before we cruise back towards the marina at Marsa Alam.

We will pick you up from your hotel in Marsa Alam and transfer to Hamta Marina, south of Marsa Alam. Completely untouched by tourists, these tiny, deserted islands are havens for wildlife, both on land and sea. Things kick off with a drive to Ras Qulan, where tangled mangroves reach down to the waves and provide a home for loads of exotic flora and desert animals - bring your camera and click away. Then board a boat to chug around three of the islands, stopping for snorkeling sessions before docking at one for a closer look. Keep your camera at the ready - It won’t be long before you spot plodding turtles and armies of colorful birds.

Hamata is an area under development, with very few hotels, eco-lodges and snorkeling centers already operating. Most of its coastal area belongs to the Wadi el Gemal National Park, where only eco-lodges are allowed to be built. The few snorkeling centers present at the moment offer reliable and professional services.

For the non-licensed diving enthusiasts, the centers offer free of charge pool intro’s, where visitors can experience the thrill of snorkeling on a one-to-one basis with a snorkeling instructor in the hotel’s swimming pool. The Hamata also offer experience programmers, where the visitor can try actual dives in the sea straight away, under the strict supervision of a snorkeling professional.

desde 92,11 €

Discover the Coral Reef & the highly colored Fishes through Panoramic Glass Windows. You’ll climb on board a comfy Seascape - an ingenious glass-sided boat with a really deep hull - and be whisked three meters under the surface right into the middle of the aquatic action.

Drive to the Port Ghalip marina. Sail by the Submarine for an hour and Half to an unrivaled underwater. Experience through the panoramic windows. Brightly colored fishes. Plentiful marine life through the glass bottom boat. Back by the Submarine to marina. Transfer back to hotel.

desde 59,22 €

Marsa Alam is a town in south-eastern Egypt, located on the western shore of the Red Sea. It is currently seeing fast increasing popularity as a tourist destination and development following the opening of Marsa Alam International Airport in 2003. Among the most famous beaches around Marsa Alam is the Abu Dabab beach.

In Abu Dabab, turtles are a common sight and it is nearly guaranteed that when diving, one will see at least one turtle. For tourists who seek to see something less typical, there is marine wildlife like, crocodile fish and octopuses. Marsa Alam also has some inland attractions, such as the Emerald Mines and the Temple of Seti I at Khanais.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 6 personas

desde 26,31 €

Pick up the clients from hotel (according to the given pick up time list) drive to sharm el loli beach ( nearly 130 KM ), snorkeling activity for about an hour, moving toward awlad baraka beach ( 85 KM ) from madina coraya, enjoying the nature of sandy beach and plenty types of corals, lunch.

desde 72,37 €

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