Things to Do in Hurghada
Spy fish in the Aquarium
Wander through under water tunnels, observing gigantic mantas and sea turtles, sharks and different fishes. Discover the rain forest - the Earth's oldest living ecosystem - with its evergreen trees, plants, springs and a lazy river and a mini zoo featuring different kinds of birds and wild animals.
Check out the Coptic Monastery
Hidden deep in the Red Sea Mountains, St Anthony’s Monastery is the largest and oldest Coptic monastery in Egypt. A self-contained village with gardens, a mill, a bakery and five churches, the best of which is St. Antony's Church. There is also a library with over 1,700 handwritten manuscripts.
See Egypt in Minature
The (new) Miniature Museum includes a collection consisting of 60 works of art by well selected artists.
Behind every piece of art is a story of how it came to be part of Mini Egypt's collection that is now housed in one place at Mini Egypt Park.
Whistle Stop Tour of Luxor
Luxor is known as the world’s greatest open-air museum. Built along the Nile, on the site of ancient Thebes, it’s the address of must-see sights like the Temple of Karnak – the largest religious site in the world. It’s also home to the Valley of the Kings, where Tutankhamun’s tomb was discovered.
Take a trip on a glass bottomed boat
The Red Sea has amazing marine life. you’ll find the fire engine-red Hurghada Star, the polka-dotted coral grouper and the egg yolk-yellow thorny seahorse. Ancient-looking giant turtles and moray eels cruise waters, too. For a close-up view without the snorkel, a glass-bottomed boat is the answer.
Have Fun in an Aqua Park
Featuring 35 water slides, 14 outdoor swimming pools, a heated pool, water lakes, poolside umbrellas and sun beds plus a fantastic range of sports and social activities for people of all ages. Enjoy all this with a full day admission ticket.
Check out Hurghada Museum
Museum is home to over 1,500 artifacts which are exhibited according to various themes such as daily life, sports, royal imagery in ancient Egypt. Also, more distinct items are exhibited, such as Coptic icons, a decorated case which encases the Torah scrolls, oil painting portraits, and a unique bust statue of queen Meritamun.