Cairo Top Tours Travel guide will be your best option to wander all over the Red Sea cities, and to enjoy the natural beauty of this picturesque area of Egypt, which is one of the well-preserved spots in the country, explore all the breathtaking landscapes, and the lively marine mysteries, as well as the entertaining places where you can have a beautiful spa session, and other places to relax, in addition to the very thrilling water activities on the beaches of the Red Sea in Egypt. These can be operated into or combined with our Hurghada Day Tours, Marsa Alam Day Tours, and also in the Sinai peninsula like Sharm El Sheikh Excursions, Egypt Day tours in Dahab, as well as Egypt Day tours from Taba! Do not wait longer to visit the most beautiful and natural place in Egypt and enjoy the sunny weather and the mountain view with the sea underneath in a very unique view, Place your reservations now after the Coronavirus crisis and we note that all the needed medical precautions are taken.

Don't miss the Red Sea while planning any tours in Egypt. It is a must when you prepare your long-term Egypt Luxury Tours, Egypt Travel Packages, or even during your Egypt Day Tours and Cairo Day Tours.

Browse our wide variety of the things to do in Sharm El-Sheikh, Hurghada excursions, and many more through these Egypt tours and activities:

Cairo day tours by Air from Sharm El Sheikh
Tiran Island Snorkeling Trip from Sharm El Sheikh
Day Tour to Luxor by Air from Sharm El Sheikh
Quad Bike and Camel Safari in Sharm El Sheikh
Nile Cruise from Sharm El Sheikh
Ras Mohamed by boat from Sharm El Sheikh Tours
Quad Bike Trip in Sharm El Sheikh
Glass Boat Trip in Sharm El Sheikh
Mount Sinai and St. Catherine's Monastery Tour from Sharm El Sheikh
Colored Canyon and Mount Sinai Safari Trip from Sharm El Sheikh
Semi Submarine Trip from Sharm El Sheikh
Petra Tour from Sharm El Sheikh
4 Days Nile Cruise from Sharm El-Sheikh
Hurghada Grand Aquarium Tour
Luxor Day Tours from Hurghada
Cairo Day Tours from Hurghada by Air
Giftun Island Snorkeling Trip in Hurghada
Hurghada Bedouin Desert Safari by Jeep
Snorkeling trip to Mahmya Island in Hurghada by boat
Sindbad Submarine Trip in Hurghada
2 Days Trip to Luxor from Hurghada
Luxor to Aswan Nile Cruise from Hurghada
Cairo Day Tours from Dahab By Air
Tours to St. Catherine Monastery from Dahab
Petra Tour from Dahab
Luxor Day Trip from Dahab by Flight
Dahab Desert Safari, Blue Hole Snorkeling, Quad Biking, and Camel Safari
Cairo Day Tours from Taba By Air
Tours to St. Catherine Monastery from Taba
Petra Tours from Taba
Luxor Day Trip from Taba by Flight
Cairo Day Tours from Marsa Alam
Overnight Cairo Tours from Marsa Alam
Luxor Tour from Marsa Alam
Snorkeling Trip at Port Ghalib from Marsa Alam
Sunset Desert Safari Trip By ATV Quad
Snorkeling Trip at Hamata Islands from Marsa Alam

Egypt welcomes you with its mighty Nile along the Nile valley as you will be exploring the Luxor east and west bank tour. and marvelous monuments with Cairo Top Tours which is ready to offer our guests, the best trips in Egypt and Egypt itineraries to discover most of the important things to do in Cairo, Most visitors will make a beeline straight to the most famous sightseeing the Great Pyramid of Khufu, Adventurers, backpackers, and travel bloggers could join one of our Egypt budget tours traversing the Sahara Desert, like Siwa tours from Cairo for instance or preferably the White Desert tours Egypt

Sharm El-Sheikh | Things to do in Sharm El-Sheikh

Sharm El-Sheikh

Sharm el Sheikh began as a Bedouin fishing village in the Sinai Peninsula, but it only began to develop at the end of the 17th century, becoming a highly prestigious tourist destination in a short period of time. It offers a wide range of activities that appeal to visitors, including snorkelling and diving, camel trekking in the desert, and excursions to the interior to visit historically significant sites.

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Hurghada Egypt Things to Do


Hurghada, located on the Red Sea's coast, is a coastal destination with crystal clear waters and a colourful seabed ideal for diving, making it one of Egypt's most important tourist cities.

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Sinai Peninsula | South Sinai | Mount Sinai

Sinai Peninsula

Arish, the capital of North Sinai, is Sinai's largest city, with a population of around 160,000 people. On the southern coast, other larger settlements include Sharm el-Sheikh and El-Tor. Inland Sinai is arid (effectively a desert), mountainous, and sparsely populated, with Saint Catherine and Nekhel serving as the largest settlements.

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Dahab Activities | Dahab NightLife | Dahab Camping


Dahab is an Egyptian resort city in the South Sinai governorate that is located on the Gulf of Aqaba, about 100 kilometres from Sharm El-Sheikh and 87 kilometres from Nuweiba. It got its name from the colour of its golden sand. The city is well-known for its beautiful beaches and natural diving spots rich in coral reefs.

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Taba | Things to do in Taba


Taba is a border city with tourist centres that surround the mountains; its coastal strip is the most beautiful at the level of the peninsula and consists of a series of bays, lakes, a strait, and an island; one of the most beautiful views of this island is the Salah al-Din fort, which was restored by the Egyptian Antiquities Organization; and it is distinguished by the presence of archaeological sites dati

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Nuweiba Activities | Things to do in Nuweiba


Nuweiba is an Egyptian coastal city on the Sinai Peninsula with a view of the Red Sea. The Nuweiba port is well-known in the city. And, because it is an important Egyptian port in the Gulf of Aqaba, it is a tourist-agricultural-commercial area with many water wells, in addition to flood waters and nearby springs.

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Safaga | Safaga Port | Safaga Travel Information


Safaga is a Red Sea coast Egyptian city located 53 kilometres south of Hurghada. It is a small port with many tourist villages; it specialises in diving courses and fishing competitions, and it is home to many world-famous fish restaurants; and its waters are specialised in black sand with special properties that are used medically in some cases. Its distinct beaches make it a popular tourist destination.

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Marsa Alam Activities | Marsa Alam Resorts

Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam is a popular safari destination and one of Egypt's and the world's most beautiful diving areas. Typically, Marsa Alam city tours begin with a visit to Wadi El-Gamal Reserve, Egypt's most beautiful nature reserve, which includes a large area of Marsa Alam city beaches and the so-called meteorite lake, which many countries from around the world come to see and enjoy.

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Tiran Island Sharm El Sheikh | Tiran Island Diving

Tiran Island

The island is distinguished by many features, including small islands and coral reefs that float on the surface of its water, as well as the presence of many water trips on beautiful yachts, as it is regarded as one of the places that swimming and diving enthusiasts can visit due to the clarity and freshness of its waters. This island is notable for its strategic location, as it is considered to be

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Ras Muhammad National Park

Ras Muhammad National Park

The Ras Muhammed Reserve is one of the most beautiful and wonderful places on the planet, and it has been dubbed "God's Paradise on Earth" due to its impressive natural landscapes and remarkable diversity of plant, animal, and marine life, as well as fossils dating back more than 75 million years. Beautiful coral reefs and islands abound.

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El Gouna | El Gouna Nightlife

El Gouna

El Gouna, located in Hurghada, is one of the most well-known resorts on the Red Sea coast. It is notable for being a diving and water sports destination, as well as having an 18-hole golf course for golf enthusiasts.

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Ain Sokhna | Ain Sokhna Activities

Ain Sokhna

Ain Sokhna was regarded as one of the most beautiful Red Sea cities, as well as the closest to Cairo. It is a summer and winter destination, and its beaches have some of the most beautiful sands in the world and are suitable for camping. It's also a great spot for water sports, fishing, and underwater photography.

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Mountain of Sinai | Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai

It is also known as the Mountain of Moses, a mountain on Egypt's Sinai Peninsula that the Abrahamic religion considers to be a holy place. Mount Sinai is mentioned numerous times in the Book of Exodus, as well as other books of the Bible and the Koran. The Biblical Mount Sinai was where Moses received the Ten Commandments, according to Jewish, Christian, and Islamic tradition.

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Saint Catherine Monastery

Saint Catherine Monastery

Mount Sinai is located in the place where God appeared to Moses in the Burning Bush, below the Mount of the Decalogue. In the providence of God, it is also on this site where the holy relics of Saint Catherine are consecrated. This is the oldest inhabited Christian monastery, with a history dating back seventeen centuries.

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Sharm AL Sheikh International Airport

Sharm AL Sheikh International Airport

It is a large tourist airport located 23 kilometres from Sharm El-Sheikh. It was previously known as Afira International Airport. It was given to the Ministry of Civil Aviation after the rest of the occupied lands of Sinai were liberated, and it had a simple pre-equipped building divided into a travel and arrival hall, each with a capacity of 150 passengers.

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Hurgadah International Airport

Hurgadah International Airport

Hurghada International Airport has a VIP lounge. This is a service that must be reserved ahead of time. The VIP room's interior design is light and welcoming. There are free sandwiches and international magazines available.

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El Ain Al Sokhna Port

Ain Sokhna Port

The development began at the port of Sokhna, which became Egypt's first fully mechanised port and was recognised in Egypt for the collaboration between the public and private sectors. A large refinery for refining sugar and vegetable fuel, as well as the production of ammonia, is located near the port.

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Safaga Port

Safaga Port

The port of Safaga is located on the Red Sea coast, south of Safaga, 65 kilometres from Hurghada, and is distinguished by a year-round stable dry climate that does not interfere with shipping and other activities.

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Suez Canal

Suez Canal | Artificial Waterway of Egypt

The Suez Canal, which connects the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, is Egypt's fastest double-pass man-made waterway. Its construction was finished in 1869 AD.

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Monasteries of the Red Sea | Red Sea Egypt Monasteries

Monasteries of the Red Sea | Red Sea Monasteries

The Red Sea city includes important archaeological monasteries, as it is the source of Coptic Orthodox monasticism, and monasticism in Egypt began at the hand of Anba Antonius, the world's first monk, who gave its name to the Monastery of Saint Anthony in the Red Sea, which is the first monastery to be established in the world.

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Hurghada Grand Aquarium |Grand Aquarium Hurghada Ticket

Hurghada Grand Aquarium

Visit the Grand Aquarium in Hurghada with ten million litres and discover one of the world's largest aquariums, where the Grand Aquarium Hurghada is home to thousands of species of marine creatures and 400 sharks and rises, as well as the world's largest group of sharks.

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Moses Mount | Mount of Moses in Sinai

Moses Mount in Sinai | Mountain of Moses

Moses Mount, also known as Mount Tur Sinai, is one of the most well-known mountains in Sinai, rising 2,285 metres above sea level. It is surrounded by multicoloured mountains, and the mountain is considered one of the most beautiful natural scenery, and adventurers flock to it to climb mountains because it is the best place for mountain safaris.

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Colored Canyon in Sinai, Egypt | Colored Canyon in Nuweiba

The Colored Canyon in Sinai, Egypt

The Colored Canyon is considered one of the natural wonders of Taba, Sinai, and the valley is a labyrinth of sandy rocks in yellow, purple, red, and gold colors, reaching a height in some places of 40 meters, and capturing the heart of its visitors with their beauty and danger too.

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Mahmya Island in Hurghada

Explore Mahmya Island in Hurghada | Best Snorkeling Spots in Hurghada

Enjoy a good lunch on the beautiful white sand beaches of Mahmeya Island in Hurghada, and relax in a peaceful musical atmosphere where you can sunbathe, swim and dive all day in the crystal clear waters of the Island.

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Port Ghalib in Marsa Alam

Port Ghalib in Marsa Alam

The most striking aspect is the extensive greening of the area, which transforms the resort into an oasis in this barren desert on one of the Red Sea's most beautiful beaches. Hurghada is 250 kilometres away, Quseir is 150 kilometres away, and Marsa Alam is 70 kilometres away.

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Monastery of Saint Anthony

Monastery of Saint Anthony

It is Egypt's oldest Coptic monastery, and it marks the beginning of the country's monastic tradition. Antonio (4th century), orphaned at the age of 18, retired to the mountains in solitude to serve God, according to legend. Cairo Top Tours will show you more!

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Monastery of Saint Paul

Monastery of Saint Paul

The St. Paul Monastery (Deir Amba Bula) is regarded as one of the most significant archaeological sites in the Red Sea region. It was constructed by Anba Antonio's students and is located southeast of the Monastery of Saint Anthony, the world's oldest Byzantine monastery.

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Sharm El-Sheikh International Museum of Antiquities

Sharm El-Sheikh International Museum of Antiquities

The museum occupies 200,000 square metres, with a total construction area of 25709 square metres. Over 2,000 men, architects, and technicians worked on the project for two years to bring Sharm el-long-awaited Sheikh's dream to fruition.

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Salah El-Din Castle Taba

Salah al-Din Castle in Taba draws travellers from all over the world as well as Egyptians. It is located at the far north end of the Gulf of Aquaaba, on the outskirts of the Israeli port of Eilat and the Jordanian port, and is bordered by four countries: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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Burning bush st catherine's monastery

Burning bush st catherine's monastery in Sinai

The Original Burning Bush, which is situated near Moses Peak at the monastery of Saint Catherine in the Sinai Peninsula, is known as the Burning Bush in monastic tradition. Initially, the Christian hermit on Mount Serbian said it was the Biblical Mount Sinai.

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