Hurghada is Egypt most popular and oldest resort. Offshore is the colorful and wonderful Red Sea world of coral and fish life that first brought Hurghada to international focus, while back on the strong ground, the once little fishing settlement has mushroomed into a resort city catering openly to tourism. Here are some of the best attractions of the Hurghada:
The Giftun islands are one of Hurghada most popular boat excursions, with prime swath of white sand to soak up the rays, and snorkeling chances galore on offer. For those who are not scuba diving lovers, the simply accessed coral reefs surrounding the island shore are an amazing taster of the Red Sea beauty. Snorkeling or even just padding near to shore, you can spot lots of fish life fitting through the clear water.
Hurghada Marine is a rather swish and new addition to the central area of Sigala and the towns big dining place. At sunset, this is the location to promenade while soaking up the last of the evening night before going to one of the many restaurants and cafes. Dining with views over the boating yachts and the Red Sea spreading to the horizon cannot be beaten.
The Hurghada flights from Cairo distance is 400 kilometers.
The average Cairo to Hurghada flight time is an hour and four minutes.
There are thirty-eight direct flights from Cairo to Hurghada.
Egypt air offers 76 percent of the non-stop Cairo to Hurghada flights.
Generally the top time to book Cairo to Hurghada flights is 2 months in advance. And the affordable days to fly are Wednesday, Tuesday, and Saturday. Sunday is the most costly.
• Cairo is 251 miles from Hurghada.
• There are seven daily flights from Cairo to Hurgahda.
• There are fourteen weekly cheapest flights Cairo to Hurghada.
• Ten non-stop flights are operating from Cairo to Hurgahda.
• Egyptair has the most non-stop flights between Hurgahda and Cairo.
• Istanbul -Istanbul is the most famous link for one stop flights between Hurgahda and Cairo.