Explore the city of Hurghada on a private guided tour. Visit the New Marina, Fish Market, mosque, and boat factory. Learn about the city’s culture and history and do some shopping at local bazaars.
If you looking for a Short Afternoon Tour of Hurghada? A 2-hour tour during which you can visit the new Hurghada Marina, the El Mina Mosque, the Hurghada Fish market, and the most important streets of old Hurghada, neighborhoods and squares.
Are you looking forward to taking a tour and a Real Adventure to get to know the neighborhoods of the Old City of Hurghada, such as the Dahar area, and visit the famous Sakkala Square Hurghada, in addition to walking in the new marina to watch luxury yachts, take pictures of them, and eat delicious seafood in the most Famous Restaurants on Sheraton Street.
Hurghada is the capital of the Red Sea Governorate and covers an area of 40 km. The city is surrounded by a group of small coastal cities such as Ras Ghareb from the north and Safaga from the south. It includes a group of nature reserves and islands in the waters of the Red Sea, such as Giftun Islands, Umm Qamar Island, Magawish Island and Abu Island Ramada, Abu Minqar Island, Fanadir Island, and Shadwan Island.
A city tour in Hurghada is an excellent way to experience the rich cultural and historical landmarks of this beautiful coastal city. Start your tour at the New Marina, an exciting entertainment hub where you can enjoy stunning views of the Red Sea while dining at one of the many restaurants, cafes, or bars. Next, head to the Fish Market, where locals gather to buy and sell fresh seafood caught from the Red Sea. You can witness the hustle and bustle of the market and even buy some seafood to enjoy later. The tour then takes you to the Hurghada Mosque, an impressive landmark that showcases the Islamic culture and architecture of the region. Admire the beautiful design and learn about the significance of the mosque from your guide. Afterward, visit a traditional boat factory to observe the skilled craftsmen produce wooden boats using age-old techniques. You can appreciate their craftsmanship and witness the hard work that goes into making these beautiful vessels. Finally, indulge in some retail therapy at a shopping stop in Hurghada. Browse through a variety of souvenirs, handicrafts, and local products, and haggle with vendors to score some great deals .
- Take a look around the fish market
- Take a tour of the old ship yard
- Discover Hurghada City
- Enjoy Shopping and buy Souvenirs